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Blatant cheating in half-time fan race goes viral: 'We hope you enjoyed the 'trip'

One fan thought his luck was in when he took part in the half-time entertainment, but he ended up being cheated out of glory.

Imagine being a Plymouth Argyle fan and making the arduous 800-mile round trip to Sunderland only to watch your side lose 2-0.

Now, imagine you're the same Plymouth fan who made the same trek to watch the same result but also had the misfortune of taking part in the half-time entertainment at the Stadium of Light.

Tasked with racing from the halfway line to the penalty spot and scoring into an empty net, the travelling Argyle supporter in question fell victim to a bit of blatant cynicism from his...

Rochdale midfielder Joe Thompson - who beat cancer twice - forced to retire at 29

Joe Thompson in action for Rochdale during a League One clash with Northampton
Joe Thompson in action for Rochdale during a League One clash with Northampton in 2016.

Joe Thompson, the Rochdale midfielder who has beaten cancer twice in the past six years, has been forced to retire at the age of 29 after admitting that he has pushed his body to the "absolute limit."

The former Manchester United trainee has announced his decision after being unable to overcome a hamstring injury sustained on the opening day of the League One season against Burton Albion in August.

"My decision to retire has been one of the hardest I've ever had to make," Thompson said. "After...

Darren Ferguson appointed Peterborough United manager until end of season

Darren Ferguson
Darren Ferguson managed at Doncaster Rovers last season.

Sir Alex Ferguson's son Darren Ferguson has been hired to manage Peterborough United until the end of the season, the club announced on Saturday.

Ferguson, 46, will oversee the League One side's final 17 games.

"With 17 games to go in the Sky Bet League One season, it was important that an appointment of a new manager was done swiftly and with somebody that has knowledge of the football club and has managed in this division," read a statement on the club's website.

"Everybody at Peterborough...

U.S. youth Charlie Kelman scores from own half in pro debut in England

United States youth international Charlie Kelman scored from inside his own half on his professional debut in England.

Playing for Southend in the third-tier League One, Kelman lobbed the Plymouth goalkeeper in the second minute of stoppage time. But it wasn't enough to prevent Southend losing 3-2 on Saturday.

Manager Chris Powell says Kelman "was a real livewire for us and obviously he's scored a wonderful goal."

It evoked memories of David Beckham's strike for Manchester United from the halfway...

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,...