Harry Winks wins it at the death for Leicester City (1:05)
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English clubs failing to meet diversity targets - FA

English football clubs have collectively failed to hit annual targets to improve their ethnic and gender diversity, the Football Association (FA) said on Wednesday in a report on the Football Leadership Diversity Code for the 2022-23 season.

Georginio Rutter taps in the deflection for a Leeds goal (0:58)
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Rooney on Birmingham boos: Not an issue for me

Birmingham City boss Wayne Rooney has said he is not concerned after his side were booed off following a 2-0 defeat to Hull City on Wednesday.

Rooney delighted to work with 'ambitious' Tom Brady at Birmingham (1:15)
Is Wayne Rooney ready for another managerial role in England? (1:17)
Stuart Armstrong scores a brilliant free-kick goal for Southampton (0:30)
Leicester return to the top of the Championship with win vs. Blackburn (2:28)
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USMNT defender Cannon joins England's QPR

United States international Reggie Cannon has joined English second-tier team Queens Park Rangers on a four-year contract, the club said Tuesday.

Blackburn score great goal after brilliant keepy-uppy-esque flicks (0:38)
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USMNT's Sargent suffers 'serious' ankle injury

U.S international Josh Sargent injured an ankle while scoring in Norwich's 4-0 victory over Huddersfield in England's second-tier Championship on Saturday.

Josh Sargent's header gives Norwich City a 2-0 lead (0:47)
Wright slams home his first Coventry goal in big win (0:37)
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Watt welcomes English football rivalry with Brady

New Burnley minority owner J.J. Watt has welcomed Tom Brady's investment in English football, saying the two will push each other to lift their clubs to new heights.

Can Tom Brady help bring success to Birmingham City? (2:50)
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Wales' Ramsey rejoins boyhood club Cardiff

Wales captain Aaron Ramsey is returning to his boyhood club Cardiff City on a two-year contract, the Championship side said on Saturday.

LC Standings

Leicester City191513+2246
Ipswich Town191432+1645
Leeds United191153+1438
West Bromwich Albion19955+1132
Hull City19865+530
Blackburn Rovers19919+128
Preston North End19847-828
Cardiff City19838+427
Norwich City19829-226
Bristol City19748-125
Birmingham City19658-423
Plymouth Argyle19649+222
Coventry City19577+122
Swansea City19568-121
Stoke City196310-821
Huddersfield Town19487-1320
Queens Park Rangers194411-1316
Rotherham United192710-2013
Sheffield Wednesday192413-1910