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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Paul Clement sacked as manager at Derby County

Paul Clement is no longer in charge at Derby County.

Paul Clement has been sacked as head coach at Derby County, the Championship club have announced.

The Rams announced on Monday evening that Clement, who was appointed to the role last summer, had been relieved of his duties, with academy director Darren Wassall taking over until the end of the season.

Derby are without a win in their last seven league games and lie fifth in the Championship table.

The midlands outfit -- eighth last season under Steve McClaren -- are currently five points behind...

Alex hoping to Revell in the limelight by starting against Middlesbrough

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Alex Revell will look to make his MK Dons debut as they welcome Middlesbrough in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday.

The 32-year-old striker was unable to play against his former club Cardiff on Saturday but is expected to be in Karl Robinson's team for this midweek clash.

Robinson has no fresh injury or suspension worries but Carl Baker, Ben Reeves and Matt Upson are still unavailable through injury.

The Dons sit just two points above the relegation zone and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, who joined the club...

Burnley beat Hull to open up Championship title race, Boro draw

Sam Vokes
Sam Vokes celebrates his goal.

Only one point separates the top three teams in the Championship after Burnley's 1-0 victory over Hull left the title race wide open.

Steve Bruce's Tigers remain top of the table on goal difference but their six-match winning run in all competitions was ended when Sam Vokes broke the deadlock at Turf Moor.

Vokes netted a predatory winner in the 77th minute for his third goal in four games as Burnley extended their unbeaten league run to seven matches.

A win would have taken Middlesbrough top but...

Lee Tomlin penalty earns Bristol City win in front of new boss Lee Johnson

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Lee Johnson watched from the stands as his new club Bristol City beat fellow Championship strugglers Charlton 1-0 thanks to a Lee Tomlin penalty at a blustery Valley.

On Saturday, Johnson was named as Steve Cotterill's replacement - after the former boss left the Robins last month - and will keep John Pemberton as his head coach after the stand-in boss guided City out of the bottom three in his last game in charge.

The away side went ahead from the penalty spot after 20 minutes when Bournemouth loanee...

Super Hooper's double puts Sheffield Wednesday in the play-off picture

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Gary Hooper spearheaded Sheffield Wednesday's revival with two goals in three minutes to enable the Owls to boost their promotion aspirations with an impressive 2-1 Sky Bet Championship win over Birmingham at St. Andrew's.

Birmingham, who suffered their first defeat in seven games, had led with a Clayton Donaldson goal after 39 minutes.

Wednesday's revival was impressive as Birmingham appeared comfortable in the lead, to buckle faced by Hooper's confident goalscoring ability as he took his tally to...