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Chelsea's Izzy Brown joins Rotherham on loan, Blackman heads to Wycombe

Izzy Brown had a spell on loan at Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem last season.

Chelsea forward Izzy Brown has joined Rotherham on a season-long loan, while goalkeeper Jamal Blackman has moved to Wycombe Wanderers until Jan. 3.

England youth international Brown, 19, will spend the 2016-17 season at the New York Stadium, becoming Rotherham boss Alan Stubbs' 10th signing of the summer.

Brown can play as a winger or striker and could make his debut in the Millers' Championship clash at Brighton on Tuesday.

 By PA Sport

English clubs warned players must behave in new season

A guide to the new rules to be enforced in English football, in an attempt to improve player behaviour.

The Premier League, Football Association and English Football League are seeking to address indiscipline in the game by reinforcing laws.

The grassroots-to-elite initiative is unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association.

Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change in the way our participants behave and how they are seen around the world.

"This...

 By PA Sport

EFL Trophy to stand by format despite top clubs' academies pulling out

Barnsley won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last season.

The Football League is expected to keep its rejuvenation of the EFL Trophy on track by inviting other top academy sides to fill the void left by those likely to turn down the offer.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea, among others, are all reportedly planning to reject the chance to field academy sides in the EFL Trophy.

Sixteen category one clubs were invited to join the 48 clubs from League One and League Two in an attempt to spruce up the competition -- formerly known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy...

Leyton Orient president Francesco Becchetti not to be extradited - court

In June 2014, Barry Hearn sold Leyton Orient to Italian businessman Francesco Becchetti.

Leyton Orient president Francesco Becchetti will not be extradited to Albania on fraud, forgery and money laundering charges, a court has ruled.

District judge Nina Tempia, sitting at London's Westminster Magistrates' Court, said she was staying the case against Becchetti, 48, and his business associate Mauro De Renzis, 61, who was charged with the same offences.

Lawyers for the Albanian government immediately responded by saying they intend to appeal. They now have 14 days to do this.

During an...

 By PA Sport

Premier League academy sides set to reject EFL Trophy offer - reports

Barnsley won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last season.

A number of Premier League clubs have decided to opt out of entering their academy sides into the revamped English Football League Trophy, according to reports.

Sixteen top-category clubs were invited to join the 48 clubs from League One and League Two in an attempt to spruce up the competition -- formerly known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy -- starting this season.

But of those sides, PA Sport reported that London clubs Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are set to decline the offer. 

Spurs...