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Tom Bradshaw is the latest Millwall player to join a mounting injury list after the striker missed last night’s draw with Reading. (London Online)

Thursday, 26th November 2020, 9:55 am
Updated Thursday, 26th November 2020, 10:08 am
Martyn Waghorn was injured during Derby's defeat at Middlesborough. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Martyn Waghorn took a knock to his back during Derby County's 3-0 defeat by Middlesbrough and was replaced at half-time. (Various)

Tottenham striker Troy Parrott made his first start for loan club Millwall in the Championship last night. (Various)

Aitor Karanka revealed Alen Halilovic rejected ‘an easy life’ to come to Birmingham City to prove himself. Earlier this week the Croatia international signed a short-term deal until the end of the season following his release from AC Milan. (Various)

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Steve Cooper revealed he spoke to the Football Association about the appointment of referee Andy Woolmer before the 1-1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday which ended in controversy following a disallowed Swansea goal. (Sports Mole)

Coventry City were dealt yet another injury blow to put a dampener on a brilliant victory over Cardiff City. Manager Mark Robins admits he's going to try to get emergency loan cover in after Sky Blues stopper Marko Marosi suffered a fractured cheekbone in the 1-0 St Andrew's win. (Various)

Sheffield Wednesday are ‘lining up a move’ for former Stoke City target and Nigerian star Ahmed Musa. (Football Insider)

Ex-Sheffield Wednesday loanee Jacob Murphy is set to be handed a new contract to fend off interest from other clubs. (Football Insider)

Carlos Corberan has delivered a detailed explanation as to why he opted to leave Leeds United and join Huddersfield Town in the summer. "We had made it back into the Premier League. I was working alongside a coach like Marcelo and for a club with fans like Leeds. So why change?" Corberan told Coaches Voice. "I always wanted to be a coach. You also understand that, if you want to keep growing, every stage has to come to an end at some point.”