Leyton Orient's New Year's Day match against Bristol City is postponed because of structural damage at Brisbane Road.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and former England captain David Beckham are overlooked in the New Year's Honours list.
Rangers return to winning ways by rounding off 2013 with a straightforward victory over second-placed Dunfermline
Long-serving Dungannon Swifts official Joe McAree is awarded an MBE in the Queen's New Year Honours List.
Fulham appoint former manager Ray Wilkins as assistant head coach to Rene Meulensteen at Craven Cottage.
West Brom caretaker manager Keith Downing says striker Nicolas Anelka meant no offence by the "quenelle" gesture he made after scoring against West Ham.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers defends striker Luis Suarez, saying he is an "easy target" for criticism.
Newport County keeper Lenny Pidgeley will play against Oxford United on Wednesday despite fracturing his thumb.
Leeds boss Brian McDermott any deal for St Etienne winger Max Gradel will only happen if it is right for the club.
St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin is given a two-match ban for striking Dundee United's Stuart Armstrong with his forearm.
Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric will give caretaker Stuart Gray another week with the team.
West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka tells West Brom he will not repeat his use of the "quenelle" gesture to celebrate goals.
Sunderland complete a deal to sign Fiorentina's ex-Bolton defender Marcos Alonso on loan for the rest of the season.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino claims officials treat his side unfairly due to their "young, friendly" image.
Plymouth teenager Ben Purrington earns praise from manager John Sheridan - and his uncle, England rugby legend Richard Hill.
Bury boss David Flitcroft likens some of the football in League Two to rugby - but says his team will play "the right way".
Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade says striker Shaun Batt could be out for up to four months with a hamstring injury.
Antrim GAA player Kevin Niblock agrees a one-year contract with Irish Premiership champions Cliftonville.
Brazilian football is bracing itself for a battle in the courts following the relegation of Sao Paulo club Portuguesa.
Ben Turner says Cardiff's players will put ex-boss Malky Mackay's sacking behind them and focus on staying up.