March 7 2014 Latest news:
Championship preview: Derby v Millwall (iPro Stadium, March 8, 3pm)
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has promised that the club’s owners are committed to staying at the Championship outfit for the long term despite announcing the biggest losses by any English club last season.
QPR’s debt has rocketed to £177million after the club lost £65.4million last season, when it was relegated from the Premier League.
Harry Redknapp will learn on Thursday night whether he is the winner of an award for his contribution to West Ham – but the QPR boss says his days at Upton Park “will never come again”.
International Friendly: Australia 3 Ecuador 4
West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison has talked up the Championship and says he is not expecting an easy ride during his loan spell at QPR.
It’s not difficult to find reasons to be cynical about Roland Duchatelet’s takeover at Charlton, writes Addicks blogger Kyle Andrews.
England Under-21s boss Gareth Southgate is more than happy to have lost the services of Luke Shaw and Raheem Sterling to the senior squad - and is not discounting the possibility of some of his current Young Lions making the step up in time for this summer’s World Cup.
Defender Richard Wood has urged Charlton to turn their focus to next weekend’s FA Cup quarter-final against Sheffield United after their 3-0 loss to Championship leaders Leicester.
Millwall goalkeeper David Forde believes that referees’ decisions are influenced before they even get to The Den after the Lions were on the receiving end of another harsh decision.
Manager Chris Powell says more should be done to help Charlton supporters planning to make the journey north for next Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final at Sheffield United.
Millwall manager Ian Holloway was unhappy after referee Geoff Eltringham after he awarded Brighton a controversial penalty in the Lions’
Charlton manager Chris Powell was disappointed by his side’s heavy defeat to Championship leaders Leicester but felt Jamie Vardy’s early opener should have been ruled out for offside.
Championship: Millwall 0 Brighton 1