Tommy Lee : West Ham United

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Born: Unknown

Signed: 1907

Position: Inside Forward

Appearances: 6

Goals: 0

Left: 1908

Internation Caps:

Died: Unknown

Tommy Lee played six games for Woolwich Arsenal in the Southern League before joining West Ham United at the beginning of the 1907-8 season. He made his first-team debut against Crystal Palace on 21st September 1907. He played on only five more games before moving to Coventry City.

Canning Town

Canning Town is a district in East London, England. It has formed part of the London Borough of Newham since 1965. It is located in the area of the former Royal Docks on the north side of the River Thames, and is the location of Rathbone Market. Canning Town was part of the ancient parish of West Ham in the county of Essex. It was transferred to Greater London in 1965.

The area is undergoing significant regeneration as of 2012. According to Newham Council: "The Canning Town and Custom House Regeneration Programme includes the building of up to 10,000 new homes, creation of thousands of new jobs and two improved town centres. This £3.7 billion project aims to transform the area physically, socially and economically." [2]

Manchester City v West Ham United

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“If he spends it wisely” – Exclusive: Ex-Hammer makes big West Ham prediction

After finishing 3rd in the 1985/1986 season, we followed it up with a 15th place finish. We were relegated the season after finishing 7th in 2001/2002 and we stumbled to 11th the year after 2015/2016, when we were just four points off a top-four finish.

So there is some nervousness that we might witness a similar campaign next term, having just finished sixth and qualified for the Europa League group stages.

David Moyes has done a wonderful job so far, taking us from relegation candidates to European hopefuls in just 18 months, but we all know that any chance of him building on his success so far rests on building squad depth this summer.

Had we had a bit more depth in 2020/2021, it wouldn’t be outrageous to suggest we would’ve finished in the top four, having struggled in periods when either Michail Antonio or Declan Rice were injured. We just didn’t have strong enough backup players for either.

However, ex-Hammer Rob Lee believes Moyes can replicate another great season for the Hammers in 2021/2022 if he’s backed in the summer window, but insists he does need to add to his squad if he is going to manage both a good domestic campaign and a competitive run in the Europa League.

“We know what the Premier League is like anyway, it’s fast and furious, and when you have all these Europa League games coming up on a Thursday and you’re playing again on a Sunday you need a big squad. You need to be able to rotate players.

“And that’s what West Ham haven’t got. They’ve got a good team but I think he’ll [David Moyes] be looking for a couple of additions, like a centre-forward to come straight into the team.

“But then he’ll be looking for players to come in, do well and challenge other players when they’re not playing well.

“If they [Gold & Sullivan] give him money to spend and he spends it wisely then I see them being up there again next year.”

Back-to-back successful seasons are something of an alien concept to most West Ham fans but it’s hard to disagree with Lee here.

Moyes has got the trust of the fans when it comes to bringing in the right players to fit nicely into his system and philosophy, it’s just whether the owners are willing to back him and bring in the players he needs.

It’s a big call to make given our history, but it’s one that isn’t entirely unrealistic with David Moyes at the helm.

Loan watch: Man of the Match Cullen helps Charlton to Wembley

Josh Cullen will return to Wembley after helping Charlton Athletic secure their place in the EFL League One Play-Off final.

The on-loan West Ham United midfielder played the full 120 minutes before netting from the spot as the Addicks secured a thrilling shootout victory over Doncaster Rovers, earning the Man of the Match award.

Lee Bowyer’s Charlton kicked-off leading 2-1 from the first leg and extended their lead when Cullen’s second-minute free-kick was headed home by Krystian Bielik to make it 3-1 on aggregate. However, the Yorkshire side levelled on the night through Tommy Rowe before forcing extra time when captain Andy Butler headed in with just two minutes remaining.

Doncaster went ahead on aggregate for the first time when John Marquis headed in, before Darren Pratley made it 4-4 after a slip by Rovers goalkeeper Marko Marosi.

Cullen was one of four Charlton players to score from the penalty spot, while former West Ham youngster Kieran Sadlier was on target for Doncaster, before Rowe fired wide to send the south London side to Wembley. There, they will take on Sunderland, who they famously defeated 7-6 on penalties following a 4-4 draw in the 1998 Division One Play-Off final.

“We didn’t do it the easy way,” Cullen, who has been included in the Republic of Ireland squad for UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers with Denmark and Gibraltar in June, told the South London Press. “We did it the hard way but we’re there and that’s all that matters.

“If you’d said to us at the start of the night that we’d win on penalties and go through we would have said: ‘Yup, we’ll take that.’ It wasn’t our best performance, it wasn’t pretty. But we’re there and you’ve got to be in it to win it.

“Sunderland are a good side and they’ve got the quality to beat you. I expect it to be a tough game but we’ll be more than ready to perform.”

Elsewhere, Reece Oxford had a day to forget as Augsburg were thrashed 8-1 by Wolfsburg in their final Bundesliga fixture.
Augsburg finished the season 15th in the 18-team table, one place above the relegation play-off place, which was filled by Stuttgart. Oxford, who joined the Bavarian club in January, ended the campaign with eight Bundesliga appearances to his name.

In Norway, Martin Samuelsen started and played the full 90 minutes as Haugesund were held to a goalless draw at home by Kristiansund in Eliteserien. After nine games, Samuelsen’s hometown club sit eighth in the 16-team table.

In Italy, Edimilson Fernandes was an unused substitute for Fiorentina in their 1-0 Serie A defeat at Parma, while Toni Martinez was not involved in Lugo’s 1-0 win over Deportivo in Spain’s Segunda Division.

Finally, Sead Haksabanovic’s Norrkoping host Sundsvall in the Swedish Allsvenskan on Monday evening.

Walsall Football Club

With 20 League draws and a decent defensive record which belied our position, we were certainly an organised and difficult side to beat in 2011/12, qualities that we hope to take into the new season.

There was another influx of new players arriving during the summer of 2012 as Dean Smith and Richard O'Kelly looked to build a squad worthy of making a challenge at the right end of the League One table.

The likes of Nicky Featherstone, Febian Brandy, Connor Taylor, Paul Downing and James Baxendale were all young and hungry players keen to make their mark, whilst Dean Holden, Ben Purkiss, Andy Taylor, James Chambers and later, Craig Westcarr, offered a bit more experience.

We started with a Capital One Cup victory over Brentford before our League campaign got underway with a 3-0 home defeat at the hands of newly-relegated Doncaster Rovers in a game where we played much better than the scoreline suggested.

There were some encouraging results in the early months of the campaign as we took our place in the top ten before a stuttering autumn saw us go 16 games without a win and included Johnstone's Paint Trophy and FA Cup exits at the hands of Port Vale and Lincoln City respectively.

An excellent victory over MK Dons on Boxing Day proved to be the catalyst for an excellent second half of the season.

Whilst the quality of our football had remained high throughout our poor run, it started to get the results it deserved as we went 21 games from New Year's Day to the end of the season with just two defeats.

There were some fantastic results and performances along the way and even though we used five different goalkeepers during the campaign, it failed to halt our flow.

Having found ourselves just outside the relegation zone at Christmas, we took our quest to reach the play-offs until the penultimate game of the season as we finish ninth, just six points off the play-off places.

Player of the Year, Will Grigg became the first Walsall player for 12 years to reach 20 goals, whilst the likes of Jamie Paterson - who won the Young Player of the Season prize, Adam Chambers, Andy Butler and Febian Brandy really shone.

April 6th 2013 saw us celebrate our 125th Birthday with a home game against Sheffield United and it was the start of 12 months of events to mark what is significant landmark for the club.

The footballing philosophy that had been implemented at all levels throughout the club during the previous summer was already proving successful as we made great forward strides in 2012/13.

Despite losing Will Grigg to Brentford, Jamie Paterson to Nottingham Forest and Febian Brandy to Sheffield United, this continued during the course of 2013/14 as the team found itself challenging for a place in the top six for much of the campaign.

There were some notable performances, such as our home game against Peterborough United in which we played an exciting brand of football in front of the live television cameras and our away game at Notts County where we totally dominated our hosts to run out 5-1 winners - and some notable results, such as the deserved 1-0 win at Wolves and a fantastic 3-1 triumph at Swindon where we took apart our hosts, who were previously unbeaten on home soil.

We benefitted from a solid spine to the team. Goalkeeper, Richard O'Donnell completed his first season with the club ever-present to provide a reliable last line of defence, skipper, Andy Butler enjoyed another consistent campaign, in the heart of the team, Adam Chambers and Sam Mantom excelled, whilst Craig Westcarr finished top scorer.

There were loan contributions from Milan Lalkovic, who ended up staying the whole season on loan from Chelsea, and Febian Brandy, who returned to the club from Sheffield United to make an impact.

Our play-off challenge started to faulted in the latter stages of the season and having never previously been out of the top half of the table, our final day home defeat at the hands of Colchester United meant that we ended up in 13th place - the lowest position that we had been in all season.

Nevertheless, there was plenty of reason to be cheerful as we looked ahead to what the new season held in store.

The 2014/15 campaign saw the likes of James O'Connor, Tom Bradshaw, Jordan Cook and Anthony Forde added to the squad.

Our early progress was halted by a series of injuries to key players and this was reflected in our early results as we found ourselves in the lower reaches of the table during the opening months of the season.

We had managed to pull ourselves up into mid-table at the halfway point of the season whilst also making great strides in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

The turn of 2015 heralded an historic moment for the club when we confirmed our first-ever appearance at Wembley following an aggregate victory over Preston North End in the Area Final of the JPT.

It stimulated a real sense of pride and captured the imagination of the whole town. In the end we sold just over 29,000 tickets, a remarkable achievement, and whilst the Final itself didn't go according to the script as we lost 2-0 to Bristol City, it was a memorable occasion for everyone involved.

Our League form suffered, even though defensively we remained solid with one of the best defensive records in the League. It was at the other end of the field where we found goals hard to come by even though Tom Bradshaw managed to reach the 20-goal mark.

Going into the final month of the campaign, we were still battling to get clear of the relegation zone but following a run of seven games unbeaten, by the end of it we could have found ourselves in the top ten, such was the tightness of the League One table.

In the end, a heavy final day defeat at Champions, Bristol City, saw us finish 14th - one place below the previous campaign but a point better off.

Goalkeeper, Richard O'Donnell, took the Player of the Season honours, whilst Rico Henry, one of a number of rising stars in the squad, claimed the Young Player of the Season prize. There were also notable contributions from skipper, Adam Chambers, plus loanees Michael Cain (from Leicester City) and Jordy Hiwula (from Manchester City).

Highly rated West Ham teenager among 14 new call-ups to Crawford's U21 squad

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND U21s manager Jim Crawford has included 14 uncapped players in his 22-man squad for next week’s friendly against Wales, including West Ham’s highly rated 18-year-old striker Ademipo Odubeko.

There are first-time call-ups to Crawford’s squad for Mason O’Malley, Conor Grant, Dawson Devoy, Shane Flynn, Alex Gilbert, Oisin McEntee, Conor Noss, Andrew Omobamidele, Lewis Richards, Dan Rose, Louis Watson and Tyreik Wright.

Bohemians pair Devoy and Andy Lyons, the latter of whom was called up to the home-based squad in 2019 but remains uncapped, join Bray Wanderers’ Brian Maher as the three players selected from the League of Ireland.

Crawford’s squad will meet up in the UK next week for a four-day training camp and the Wales friendly at Colliers Park in Wrexham next Friday. Irish fans will be able to view the game on the Football Association of Wales’ social media channels (kick-off 1pm).

Mipo Odubeko endured a difficult substitute appearance against Manchester United in the FA Cup earlier this season. Source: PA

“This is an exciting group and myself and the coaching staff are really looking forward to working with them,” said manager Crawford.

“It’s an opportunity for those coming into the U21s for the first time to see what it means to compete at this level and the standards that are required.

“I’ve no doubt the players who have already been in with us will welcome the new faces. Many would have played together for Ireland at younger age groups and this helps their transition to U21s international football.”

Next Friday’s friendly will offer a first glimpse of Crawford’s new-look side ahead of a possible summer tournament and September’s Euro qualifiers away to Bosnia & Herzegovina and Luxembourg.

He added: “I’m expecting the Wales game to be a tough test against a talented side.

“It’s our aim to qualify for the European Championships. We want to qualify in style by playing an attractive brand of football that we can all be proud of. Next week we go to work to achieve that.”

Republic of Ireland U21 squad

Goalkeepers: Brian Maher (Bray Wanderers), Dan Rose (Schalke 04)

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Defenders: Shane Flynn (Leicester City), Andy Lyons (Bohemians), Mark McGuinness (Ipswich Town on loan from Arsenal), Oisin McEntee (Newcastle United), Andrew Omobamidele (Norwich City), Lee O’Connor (Tranmere Rovers on loan from Celtic), Mason O’Malley (Scunthorpe United), Lewis Richards (Wolves).

Midfielders: Conor Coventry (West Ham United), Conor Grant (Rochdale), Dawson Devoy (Bohemians), Alex Gilbert (Brentford), Conor Noss (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Louis Watson (Derby County).

Forwards: Jonathan Afolabi (Dundee on loan from Celtic), Will Ferry (Southampton), Gavin Kilkenny (Bournemouth), Joshua ‘JJ’ Kayode (Carlisle United on loan from Rotherham United) Ademipo Odubeko (West Ham United), Tyreik Wright (Walsall on loan from Aston Villa).

Murray Kinsella, Bernard Jackman and Gavan Casey preview Ireland’s game against England and try to figure out where this team is going under Andy Farrell, if anywhere:

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James Olayinka and Zech Medley added to Arsenal’s growing injury list on their respective loan spells in the last few days.

James Olayinka of Southend in action during Sky Bet League Two match between Southend and Barrow AFC at Roots Hall in Southend, UK – 9th January 2021. Copyright: Holly Allison / TPI / Shutterstock

James Olayinka only recently returned from ankle ligament damage for Southend United, but he’s already back on the treatment table after picking up a groin issue.

Olayinka missed Southend’s match against Carlisle United at the weekend, and his manager Mark Molesley confirmed he’s returned to Arsenal for further examination.

“James Olayinka has gone back to Arsenal and had a scan,” said Molesley. “Unfortunately he’s picked up a bit of a groin problem and it’s been an ongoing problem for him all season really.

“He had injections before he came back to us but it flared up again on Thursday which is disappointing. But we’ll find out more about that over the coming days.”

Meanwhile, Zech Medley had to come off early in his appearance for Kilmarnock after a clash of heads. There’s not only the risk of concussion, but the player also required an x-ray after the game.

“Zech Medley’s a concern,” Kilmarnock manager Tommy Wright said after the game. “He had suspected concussion and he’s also getting an x-ray on his cheekbone.”

For both players, we’re going to have to wait for the results of their tests to find out exactly how serious the problems are. It’s certainly a shame, as the two of them are playing regularly during their current loan spells when they are fit.

Olayinka has scored some key goals for Southend in their fight against relegation, whilst Medley is receiving positive reviews from the Kilmarnock supporters. We can only hope they’re back on the pitch as soon as possible now.

Huddersfield Town

In: Tommy Elphick (AFC Bournemouth), Aaron Tshibola (Reading), Pierluigi Gollini (Hellas Verona), Ross McCormack (Fulham), Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace), Ritchie De Laet (Leicester City) Jonathan Kodjia (Bristol City), Albert Adomah (Middlesbrough)

Out: Charles N'Zogbia (released), Kieran Richardson (released), Callum Robinson (Preston North End), Ricardo Calder (Doncaster Rovers, loan), Carles Gill (Deportivo La Coruna, loan), Lewis Kinsella (Colchester United), Brad Guzan (Middlesbrough), Idrissa Gueye (Everton), Ciaran Clark (Newcastle United), Easah Suliman (Cheltenham Town, loan), Janoi Donacien (Accrington Stanley), Niall Mason (Doncaster Rovers, loan), Scott Sinclair (Celtic), Carlos Sanchez (Fiorentina, loan), Jordan Veretout (Saint-Etienne, loan), Henry Cowans (Stevenage, loan), Kevin Toner (Walsall, loan), Joe Bennett (Cardiff City), Joleon Lescott (AEK Athens), Harry McKirdy (Stevenage, loan), Adama Traore (Middlesbrough)

In: Kayden Jackson (Wrexham), Stefan Payne (Dover Athletic), Andy Yiadom (Barnet), George Moncur (Colchester United), Elliot Lee (West Ham United), Tom Bradshaw (Walsall), Ryan Kent (Liverpool, loan), Angus MacDonald (Torquay United), Sessi D'Almeida (Paris St-Germain), Julio Rodriquez (Real Sporting de Gijon), Saidy Janko (Celtic, loan), Sam Morsy (Wigan, loan), Cole Kpekawa (QPR), Adam Armstrong (Newcastle United, loan), Adam Jackson (Middlesbrough)

Out: Jak McCourt (Northampton Town), George Maris (Cambridge United), Harry White (Solihull Moors), Paul Digby (Ipswich Town), George Williams (Milton Keynes Dons), Otis Khan (Yeovil Town), Kayden Jackson (Grimsby Town, loan), Lewin Nyatanga (Northampton Town, loan), Alfie Mawson (Swansea), George Moncur (Peterborough, loan)



In: Anthony Stokes (Celtic), Stephen Hendrie (West Ham United, loan), Danny Graham (Sunderland), Liam Feeney (Bolton Wanderers), Jack Byrne (Manchester City, loan), Gordon Greer (Brighton & Hove Albion), Sam Gallagher (Southampton, loan), Marvin Emnes (Swansea, loan), Charlie Mulgrew (Celtic), Tommie Hoban (Watford, loan), Derrick Williams (Bristol City), Martin Samuelsen (West Ham, loan)

Out: Tommy Spurr (Preston North End), Matt Kilgallon (Bradford City), Chris Taylor (Bolton Wanderers), Chris Brown (Bury), Lee Williamson (Burton Albion), Nathan Delfouneso (Swindon Town), Simon Eastwood (Oxford United), Simeon Jackson (Walsall), Anton Forrester (Port Vale), Grant Hanley (Newcastle United), Luke Wall (Accrington Stanley), John O'Sullivan (Accrington Stanley, loan), Shane Duffy (Brighton & HA)


In: Josh Brownhill (Preston North End), Jonny Smith (Wrexham), Gary O'Neil (Norwich City), Lee Tomlin (Bournemouth), Hordur Magnusson (Juventus), Callum O'Dowda (Oxford United), Ivan Lucic (Bayern Munich), Adam Matthews (Sunderland, loan), Tammy Abraham (Chelsea, loan), Diego De Girolamo (Sheffield United), Taylor Moore (Lens), Jamie Paterson (Nottingham Forest), Gustav Engvall (IFK Gothenburg)

Out: Karleigh Osborne (Plymouth Argyle), Scott Wagstaff (Gillingham), Wes Burns (Aberdeen, loan), Adam El-Abd (Shrewsbury Town), Luke Ayling (Leeds United), Kieran Agard (Milton Keynes Dons), Jonny Smith (Cheltenham Town, loan), Jake Challis (Birmingham City), Derrick Williams (Blackburn Rovers), Jonathan Kodjia (Aston Villa), Arnold Garita (Plymouth, loan), Zak Vyner (Accrington Stanley, loan)

In: Ben Turner (Cardiff City), Kyle McFadzean (Sheffield United), Jackson Irvine (Ross County), Chris O'Grady (Brighton & Hove Albion, loan), Lee Williamson (Blackburn Rovers), Lloyd Dyer (Burnley), Ryan Delaney (Wexford), Hamza Choudhury (Leicester City, loan), John Brayford (Sheffield United, loan), Shaun Barker (Derby County), Will Miller (Tottenham Hotspur, loan), Harry Campbell (Bolton Wanderers), Jamie Ward (Nottingham Forest, loan)

Out: Robbie Weir (Leyton Orient), Shane Cansdell-Sherriff (Manly United), Timmy Thiele (released), Dean Lyness (released), Darius Charles (AFC Wimbledon), George Taft (Mansfield Town), Sam Austin (released), Mark Shelton (released), Anthony O'Connor (Aberdeen), Nathan Ferguson (Port Vale), Phil Edwards (Oxford United, loan)


In: James Wilson (Manchester United, loan), Ikechi Anya (Watford), Chris Weale (unattached), Matej Vydra (Watford)

Out: Stephen Warnock (Wigan Athletic), Conor Sammon (Hearts), Ryan Shotton (Birmingham City), Raul Albentosa (Deportivo), Jake Buxton (Wigan Athletic), Kelle Roos (Bristol Rovers, loan) Chris Martin (Fulham, loan), Lee Grant (Stoke City, loan), Jeff Hendrick (Burnley)

Out: Kostas Mitroglou (Benfica), Dan Burn (Wigan Athletic), Alexander Kacaniklic (Nantes), Shaun Hutchinson (Millwall), Jamie O'Hara (Gillingham), Andy Lonergan (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Emerson Hyndman (AFC Bournemouth), Moussa Dembele (Celtic), Maarten Stekelenburg (Everton), Ben Pringle (Preston North End), Cameron Burgess (Oldham Athletic, loan), Jazz Richards (Cardiff City), George Williams (MK Dons, loan), Ross McCormack (Aston Villa), Liam Donnelly (Hartlepool United), Richard Stearman (Wolves, loan), Jack Grimmer (Shrewsbury, loan), Larnell Cole (Inverness, loan), Nikolay Bodurov (released), Sakari Mattila (SønderjyskE), Fernando Amorebieta (Real Sporting de Gijon)

In: Rajiv van La Parra (Wolves), Michael Hefele (Dynamo Dresden), Chris Löwe (1. FC Kaiserslautern), Luke Coddington (Middlesbrough), Joel Coleman (Oldham Athletic), Ivan Paurevic (FC Ufa), Jack Payne (Southend United), Elias Kachunga (FC Ingolstadt 04, loan), Christopher Schindler (TSV 1860 Munich), Jon Gorenc Stankovic (Borussia Dortmund), Aaron Mooy (Manchester City, loan), Danny Ward (Liverpool, loan), Kasey Palmer (Chelsea, loan), Tareiq Holmes-Dennis (Charlton)

Out: Karim Matmour (1860 Munich), Ishmael Miller (released), James Vaughan (Birmingham City), Duane Holmes (Scunthorpe United), Lloyd Allinson (Chesterfield), Joe Wilkinson (released), Joe Wright (Doncaster Rovers), William Boyle (Kilmarnock, loan), Flo Bojaj (Kilmarnock, loan), Joel Lynch (Queens Park Rangers), Jordy Hiwula (Bradford City, loan), Jason Davidson (FC Groningen, loan), Jack Senior (Luton), Jake Charles (Barnsley)

Out: Jay Tabb (released), Matt Clarke (Portsmouth), Josh Yorwerth (Crawley Town), Kevin Foley (Charlton Athletic), Cameron Stewart (released), Piotr Malarczyk (released), Daryl Murphy (Newcastle United), Joe Robinson (Boston, loan)


In: Matz Sels (Gent), Dwight Gayle (Crystal Palace), Matt Ritchie (Bournemouth), Jesus Gamez (Athletico Madrid), Isaac Hayden (Arsenal), Grant Hanley (Blackburn Rovers), Mohamed Diame (Hull City), Ciaran Clark (Aston Villa), Christian Atsu (Chelsea, loan), Otto Huutanen (FC Ilves), Achraf Lazaar (Palermo), Daryl Murphy (Ipswich Town), DeAndre Yedlin (Tottenham Hotspur),

Out: Ben Pollock (Hartlepool United), Steven Taylor (Portland Timbers), Jamie Cobain (Kilmarnock), Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace), Fabricio Coloccini (San Lorenzo), Liam Smith (Crewe Alexandra, loan), Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool), Macaulay Gillesphey (Carlisle United, loan), Ivan Toney (Shrewsbury Town, loan), Sammy Ameobi (Bolton Wanderers, loan), Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham Hotspur), Harry Vukic (Bradford City, loan), Alex Gilliead (Luton, loan), Kyle Cameron (Newport County, loan), Emmanuel Riviere (Osasuna, loan), Jamie Sterry (Coventry, loan), Adam Armstrong (Barnsley, loan), Tom Heardman (Hartlepool United, loan), Gael Bigirimana (Coventry City, loan), Tim Krul (Ajax, loan), Daryl Janmaat (Watford), Henri Saivet (Saint-Etienne, loan), Kevin Mbambu (BSC Young Boys, loan), Siem De Jong (PSV, loan)


In: Sergi Canos (Liverpool FC), Michael McGovern (Hamilton), Alex Pritchard (Tottenham Hotspur), Paul Jones (Peterborough United), Nelson Oliviera (Benfica)

Out: Gary O'Neil (Bristol City), Jamar Loza (released), Nathan Redmond (Southampton), Remi Matthews (Hamilton, loan), Jake Kean (Sheffield Wednesday), Declan Rudd (Charlton Athletic, loan), Tony Andreu (Dundee United, loan), James Maddison (Aberdeen, loan), Harry Toffolo (Scunthorpe United, loan)


Out: Luciano Becchio (released), Adam Collins (Notts County), Frazer Richardson (released), Lewis Buxton (Bolton Wanderers), Danny Collins (released), Lloyd Doyley (released), Paddy Kenny (Northampton Town), Paul Green (Oldham Athletic), Alex Cairns (Fleetwood Town), Emmanuel Ledesma (Brentford), Jerome Thomas (Port Vale), Matt Derbyshire (Omonia Nicosia), Tom Thorpe (Bolton Wanderers, loan), Richie Smallwood (Scunthorpe, loan)


In: Steven Fletcher (Sunderland), Charlie Hayford (Tottenham Hotspur), Jake Kean (Norwich City), Daniel Pudil (Watford), Almen Abdi (Watford), Will Buckley (Sunderland, loan), David Jones (Burnley), Vincent Sassa (Braga), Adam Reach (Middlesbrough)

Out: Lewis Price (Rotherham United), Will de Havilland (Wycombe Wanderers), Cameron Dawson (Wycombe Wanderers, loan), Marnick Vermijl (Preston North End), Caolan Lavery (Sheffield United)


In: Stephen Warnock (Derby County), Alex Gilbey (Colchester United), Dan Burn (Fulham), Kyle Knoyle (West Ham, loan), Nick Powell (Manchester United), Adam Bogdan (Liverpool), Jake Buxton (Derby County), Shaun MacDonald (AFC Bournemouth), Luke Garbutt (Everton, loan), Jordi Gomez (Sunderland), Kaiyne Woolery (Bolton Wanderers), Nathan Bryne (Wolves), Adam Le Fondre (Cardiff City, loan), Reece Burke (West Ham, loan)

Out: Leon Barnett (Bury), Ryan Jennings (released), Kevin McNaughton (Inverness Caledonian Thistle), Reece Wabara (released), Grant Holt (Hibernian), Billy McKay (Oldham Athletic, loan), Danny Whitehead (Cheltenham Town, loan), Sanmi Odelusi (Rochdale, loan), Lee Nicholls (Milton Keynes Dons), Jason Pearce (Charlton Athletic), Andrew Taylor (Bolton Wanderers, loan), Emyr Huws (Cardiff City), Jack Hendry (MK Dons, loan), Sam Morsy (Barnsley, loan), Ryan Colclough (MK Dons, loan), Tim Chow (Ross County)