- Current club: Queens Park Rangers
- Date of Birth: 06 September 1962
- Birthplace: London, London, England
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Mark Warburton hopes Rangers legacy remembered for more than just Joey Barton spat
of an outstanding season with Burnley where he was in the Championship team of the year and won promotion to the Premier...
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Nottingham Forest are preparing to make a move for veteran Newcastle United striker Daryl Murphy. With the Championship being such a unique division, the Irish international's past experience could prove crucial throughout the gruelling campaign that lies ahead.
Burnley have had an £8 million bid for Nottingham Forest striker Britt Assombalonga rejected, with the Championship club valuing him at almost double that.
Sunday sees the final day of the 2016/17 English Championship, which will see a big name in English football drop into the third tier. Rotherham United and Wigan Athletic have already been relegated, and either Blackburn Rovers, Nottingham Forest or Birmingham City will be joining them.
Two sleeping giants of English football, Nottingham Forest and Derby County, have appointed new managers today, adding even more intrigue to this weekend's East Midlands derby, as the arch rivals face eachother in the Championship.
Dutch coach Frank De Boer has been linked with the vacant post at Glasgow Rangers. Last week, Mark Warburton was sensationally ousted from the post as manager of the club.
As Hibernian ended their 114 year wait for Scottish Cup glory at the weekend one wonders what was going through the mind of one of Scottish football's forgotten men; Scott Allan. As Rangers paraded Joey Barton yesterday it is a clear signal of intent from the Ibrox club that they mean business and on this occasion, they managed to get their man. Cast our minds back to last summer and the story was somewhat different in the case of Scott Allan.
"He is the right appointment for this size of club and what we face in terms of not only the Scottish league but Europe and the Champions League." These are the words of Ian Bankier, Celtic chairman, following the appointment of Brendan Rodgers to the Parkhead hotseat yesterday afternoon.