Preston North End’s Championship clash with Blackpool has been moved because of a Conservative Party conference.
The fixture was scheduled for March 19 but has been moved to April 5 due to the Conservatives’ Spring Conference concluding in Blackpool.
The new date coincides with the centenary of the birth of Sir Tom Finney.
Here are the best of today’s Championship rumours...
5. Former Tigers great Taylor back in the dugout
Former Hull City manager Peter Taylor is the new manager of National League South side Welling United. The Wings become the 23rd side (including international and caretaker roles) that the 68-year old has taken charge of.
Photo: Mike Hewitt
6. Sunderland turned down Championship bid for Stewart
Sunderland manager Lee Johnson has revealed he club turned down an offer from an unnamed Championship club in the summer for striker Ross Stewart who has scored seven goals in nine league games so far this season (The 72)
Photo: Stu Forster
7. Campbell turned down by multiple Championship clubs
Former England and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell has revealed that he has applied for, and been turned down by, a number of Championship sides who have been looking for new managers over the past year. The 47-year old claims he was knocked back by Bristol City, Ipswich Town, Preston North End and Swansea City (FLW)
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8. Hill set for number two role at Hartlepool
Former QPR defender Clint Hill is set to become the assistant manager to Dave Challinor at League 2 side Hartlepool United (Hartlepool Mail)
Photo: Steve Bardens