International week, so all be a bit quiet, no? Oh.
A big evening at Liverpool where Hicks and Gillette seem to be trying to block the sale of the club to New England Sports Ventures (owners of the Red Sox). Can see it running for a couple of days, but it's bound to go through soon enough - the banks'll force their hand.
Dundee are the latest club to stare down administration after failing to pay the players and staff. Allegedly their tax debt stands at £350,000 and no doubt there'll be all the usual stuff owed to schools and charities in the woodwork. Half wages are due to be paid today.
The FA will "consider" Newcastle's request to have De Jong's tackle looked at. And then almost certainly ignore it.
Henry apologises to Gomez for his tackle at the weekend.
A match fixing trial involving four men and over 30 matches is due to start today. Overall 300 matches from the Champions League down are said to be affected by the ring in all.
The only league football yesterday was in the Paint Pot Trophy, where Charlton knock out MK Dons, Crewe manage a 4-2 away win at Macclesfield and Bury go through on sudden death.
AFC Wimbledon remain in touch at the top of the Conference with a 5-2 win over Mansfield while Cambridge United continue their torrid season with a 2-0 defeat at Hayes and Yeading to drop into the relegation zone.