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Luton striker Jack Marriott apologises after being sent off for a gesture towards away fans in the win over Leyton Orient.
Bradley Johnson gets in a muddle during a hastily arranged interview after his deadline day move to Derby County, referring to them as Derby City.
West Bromwich Albion will hold talks with frustrated striker Saido Berahino after Tottenham's failed deadline-day bid to sign him.
Andrew Robertson says Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Georgia in Tiblisi has a 'must win' feel about it.
Nottingham Forest expect to make three more signings despite the transfer window being closed, says chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi.
Former Tottenham and Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov signs a one-year contract with PAOK of Greece.
BBC Sport rounds up the summer's biggest transfer moves, after the transfer window closed until January 1 2016.
Football Focus looks at the saga of goalkeeper David De Gea's proposed move from Manchester United to Real Madrid, which collapsed late on Monday.
Who bought early, who scrambled at the last minute, and who sat the whole thing out? Phil McNulty on where the transfer window leaves the key contenders.
Arsenal refuse to pay £50m for Edinson Cavani, Villa miss out on Adebayor and Berbatov, Walters stuck at Stoke, plus more.
The summer transfer window proves the richest ever at £870m as total spending for the calendar year reaches £1bn for the first time.
Wales will "kick Cyprus back" if they target Gareth Bale in Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifier, says midfielder Andy King.
Linfield, Glentoran and Crusaders progress to the League Cup third round with Portadown also through after extra-time.
Football Focus pundits Danny Murphy, Henry Winter and Martin Keown discuss Arsenal's transfer policy with Dan Walker on transfer deadline day.
Napoli sign Chelsea midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah on loan for the season, making him the 33rd Blues player currently out on loan.
BBC Sport takes a look at the story of the summer transfer window and retells it, with the help of social media, in road signs.
Scottish referees say the recent and "ongoing trend of personal and unjust criticism" towards top officials is "unacceptable."
Swansea release Netherlands international defender Dwight Tiendalli by mutual consent.
Former Nigeria international Segun Odegbami announces his intention to become the next Fifa president.
David De Gea's 11th hour Real Madrid woe and signing a £36m teenager, BBC Sport unravels a frantic transfer window at Man Utd.