AFC Wimbledon have parted company with manager Wally Downes.
Strictly fans have begged BBC bosses to make Alfonso Ribeiro a permanent part of the show.
Accrington thanked Ipswich fans after they unfurled a banner in support of Stanley striker Billy Kee.
New Orleans officials have set off several thundering explosions intended to topple two cranes that had been looming precariously over the ruins of a partially collapsed hotel, but only one crane appeared to make it to the ground.
Strictly dancer Nadiya Bychkova thanked partner David James for a “beautiful journey” as they were voted off the show.
Hundreds of thousands have thronged public squares across Lebanon in the largest protests the country has seen since 2005, unifying an often divided public against leaders who have ruled for three decades and brought the economy to the brink of disaster.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he is a fan of VAR but believes the process is failing referees and therefore the teams involved.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder believes creating a feeling of unity at the club is vital if the Blades are to survive in the Premier League.
Liverpool saw their lead at the top of the table trimmed to six points after having to come from behind to draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford.
The semi-final line-up at the Rugby World Cup has been decided following a dramatic weekend of action in Japan.