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Charlton Athletic sign striker Novak

Lee Novak scored 14 goals in League One for Chesterfield last season League One side Charlton Athletic have signed Lee Novak following the striker’s departure from Birmingham. The 27-year-old spent last season on loan at Chesterfield, scoring 15 goals in 38 appearances for the Spireites. Novak has agreed a three-year contract at The Valley and

Ranieri named manager of the year

Ranieri had never won a league title in his career ahead of 2015-16 Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has been named manager of the year by the League Managers’ Association. The 64-year-old Italian was honoured after leading the Foxes to their maiden top-flight title in his first season with the club. Ranieri also received the Premier

Karanka out to keep Boro in top flight

Middlesbrough are back in the Premier League for the first time since 2009 Middlesbrough head coach Aitor Karanka has set his sights on emulating Bournemouth and Watford following his side’s return to the Premier League. Boro sealed their return to the top flight after a seven-year absence on goal difference after Saturday’s draw with promotion

Nottingham Forest 1-1 Wolves

Gary Gardner’s free-kick meant Wolves have now drawn six of their last nine matches Gary Gardner’s second-half free-kick earned Nottingham Forest a point as they were held at home by Wolves. Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme produced a superb double save just before half-time to keep the game goalless. After a quiet first half, Joe Mason

Rotherham United 0-1 Blackburn Rovers

Paul Lambert has been linked with the managerial vacancy at his former club Celtic Blackburn beat Rotherham in their first game since manager Paul Lambert’s end-of-season exit was announced. The loss ended a run of 11 league games unbeaten for Rotherham, who secured Championship safety seven days earlier. Shane Duffy headed Rovers’ winner from Matt

Now or never for the title – Ranieri

Media playback is not supported on this device Now or never for the title – Ranieri Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri believes it is “now or never” for the Foxes to win the Premier League title. Leicester have enjoyed a remarkable campaign and are five points clear of Tottenham at the top of the table