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Sol Campbell appointed manager of Macclesfield Town on 18-month deal

Former Arsenal and England defender Sol Campbell has been appointed manager of League Two side Macclesfield Town on an 18-month contract.

Campbell joins with the side sitting bottom of the table having picked up 10 points from 19 games, and seven points from safety.

The club, promoted back into the Football League last season, has been without a manager since Mark Yates was sacked on Oct 8 after failing to win any of their first 12 league games.

Since retiring from playing in 2012, Campbell has been...

EFL signs new five-year TV deal with Sky Sports worth £595 million

The English Football League (EFL), which includes the second-tier Championship and two lower divisions, has signed a new five-year broadcasting rights deal with Sky Sports worth £595 million ($765m), the organisation said on Monday.

There were media reports that some Championship clubs were against the deal and Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani had talked of a possible breakaway 'Premier League 2', but after a board meeting on Monday the EFL decided to accept the package from Sky Sports,...

Harry Kewell sacked by League Two side Notts County

Harry Kewell
Harry Kewell has been fired from Notts County after just 14 games in charge.

Former Australia international Harry Kewell has been sacked as manager of English fourth tier side Notts County.

The ex-Leeds and Liverpool forward, who was only appointed at County on Aug. 31 following an impressive stint at Crawley, was axed on Tuesday with his side sitting just outside the League Two relegation zone.

The 40-year-old, who had signed a three-year contract to replace Kevin Nolan at Meadow Lane, won just three of his 14 matches in charge and departs the club along with assistant...

Harry Kewell appointed manager of Notts County

Former Australia international Harry Kewell has left Crawley Town to become manager of Notts County.

The ex-Liverpool winger replaces Kevin Nolan at Meadow Lane after he was sacked last week.

Notts County lie at the foot of the Football League after picking up one point from their opening five games.

They reached the League Two playoffs last season, but were knocked out by eventual winners Coventry City.

Kewell joins from Crawley Town, his first job in senior management, having guided them to a...

Kevin Nolan sacked as Notts County manager after four straight defeats

Neil Etheridge came up big for Cardiff as he denied Newcastle's Kenedy in the last minute of stoppage time to secure a point in Wales.

Former West Ham and Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan has been sacked as manager of Notts County with the club bottom of League Two.

Nolan initially joined as player-manager in January 2017, but a 3-1 loss to Lincoln on Saturday signals the end of his career at the Magpies.

A statement from Notts County confirmed Nolan, as well as assistant manager Richard Thomas, had been dismissed.

"This is a decision we've made with the best interests of Notts County at heart," owner and chairman Alan Hardy said....