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Derby County, who play Carlisle United at Brunton Park this weekend, have signed free agent Ryan Nyambe.

The former Blackburn Rovers and Wigan Athletic player has signed a contract extension until January 2024.

Nyambe, 25, of Namibia, could be involved at Carlisle. “He’ll join in with the group on Thursday and hopefully play a part this weekend,” RamsTV manager Paul Warne said.


Exeter City suffered their joint-worst home defeat in EFL Trophy history on Tuesday night, losing 9-0 to Reading.

The Grecians are second in League One, but the Royals destroyed a young side.

“While we played a younger team, it was nowhere near good enough,” Caldwell told DevonLive. “It’s a harsh lesson, but it’s one they must take on the chin and emerge stronger from.”

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Cheltenham Town’s quest for a league goal continues with a 3-0 loss at Peterborough United.

The Robins have not scored in eight games and are at the bottom of the table.

In the face of rising criticism, manager Wade Elliott told GloucestershireLive: “We can make reactionary, short-term decisions, but do I genuinely believe I am the best person for the job, to build this club, and to keep it moving forward in the long term?” Yes.”


Arsenal are keeping tabs on two Reading players, according to reports.

The Gunners have been checking out defender Tyler Bindon and forward Caylan Vickers.

The Express report that the Premier League club sent a scout to monitor both teenagers in Reading’s 9-0 EFL Trophy win at Reading.


More speculation at Reading, where owner Dai Yongge’s running of the club has been chequered to say the least.

The club recently deducted a point amid financial troubles are now said to be in the sights of businessman William Storey.

The Rich Energy CEO, linked in the past with failed Sunderland and Coventry City bids, has reportedly met members of the Royals hierarchy.


FC Halifax Town have hit back at comments from Port Vale after the Valiants signed defender Jesse Debrah.

Vale director of football David Flitcroft said Debrah had returned from a “poor rehabilitation programme” following injury.

Halifax boss Chris Millington responded by telling the Halifax Courier: “I felt that was really poor and maybe there’s an agenda behind that type of announcement. I thought it showed a bit of a lack of class.”


Michael Kelly, the former Carlisle United keeper who recently joined MK Dons, has been speaking about his move.

The Irish gloveman made his debut and kept a clean sheet in MK’s EFL Trophy win over Oxford United.

Speaking to MK Citizen, Kelly said of his time after being released by Carlisle: “It’s really difficult, waiting. If anyone told you otherwise, they’re lying. It’s like pulling the rug from under you tomorrow – you’ve got no job and you’re not guaranteed to have one again ever in this line of work.”


Young Fleetwood Town goalkeeper Billy Hartley has made a dream move to Manchester United.

The 12-year-old was signed in “an agreement with a significant training compensation fee,” according to Fleetwood.

“We are thrilled that Billy has joined Manchester United. It’s a great accomplishment for him to be joining one of the world’s most exclusive clubs. “It demonstrates our academy’s progression yet again,” Fleetwood academy manager Jack Higgins remarked.


Charlie Wyke, ex-Carlisle United striker, says the League One player of the month title means everything to him

Wyke has started the season well as he continues his comeback from a cardiac arrest in November 2021 that almost lost him his life.

“I’m overjoyed with everything that’s happened since last year, and to come here and have a full pre-season and hit the ground running is incredible for me,” Wyke told MailOnline. “It has given me a lot of confidence in the future.”

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