Millwall manager Neil Harris was ‘disappointed’ and frustrated after seeing his side held to a 1-1 draw at home to nine-man Hull in the Sky Bet Championship.
Pep Clotet hopes the biggest day of Jude Bellingham’s fledgling career is just the first of many.
Darren Ferguson watched Marcus Maddison help Peterborough earn a convincing 3-0 win against nine-man Sunderland, then quipped he was nervous the visitors might try to sign him.
Nigel Clough said he was “unbelievably pleased” with his Burton side’s resilience and solid defending as they hit Bristol Rovers with a late two-goal salvo to record a first home league win of the season.
Sheffield Wednesday caretaker boss Lee Bullen acknowledged how poor his side were in their 2-1 defeat against QPR at Hillsborough.
One person was stabbed to death and nine others injured by a knifeman outside a station near the French city of Lyon, before police managed to detain him.
Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe admitted his side were not themselves in their 3-1 defeat at Northampton.
Steven Pressley believes Carlisle have “got a monkey off our back” after grinding out a 1-0 victory at struggling Scunthorpe.
Swansea head coach Steve Cooper is refusing to get carried away despite seeing his side beat Leeds and move two points clear at the top of the Championship.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes enjoyed how his side reacted to a disappointing performance against Kilmarnock by bouncing back to thrash Ross County 3-0.