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Bristol Rovers beat Grimsby on penalties to return to Football League

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Lee Mansell celebrates after scoring the winning penalty for Bristol Rovers.

Lee Mansell kept his cool to score the winning penalty as Bristol Rovers sealed an immediate return to the Football League with a 5-3 shootout victory over Grimsby in the Conference playoff final.

Rovers manager Darrell Clarke took the bold move of replacing goalkeeper Will Puddy with Steve Mildenhall at the end of extra time but the former Mariners stopper was not needed as Jon-Paul Pittman blazed his penalty over.

With every other penalty put away after the sides could not be separated following...

Man United splinter club FC United claim fourth promotion in 10 years

FC United, the club formed by disenchanted Manchester United fans, have clinched their fourth promotion in 10 years.

The splinter club, created by supporters who were upset by the Glazers' takeover at Old Trafford in 2005, will play in the Conference North -- English football's sixth tier -- next season.

The team ensured they will go up from the Evo-Stik Premier League by beating Stourbridge 1-0 on Tuesday night with a goal from Greg Daniels in front of a crowd of 3,588, although their average attendance...

 By PA Sport

Lower leagues get at least £1 billion share of Premier League TV money

Richard Scudamore has been promoted from Premier League chief executive to executive chairman.

Premier League clubs have pledged to share at least £1 billion of TV money outside of the top flight from next year.

The sum -- 20 per cent of their income from the astonishing £5.1 billion domestics rights package announced last month -- will go to grassroots football, solidarity payments to lower league clubs, participation and education and disadvantaged groups.

The 20 top-flight clubs have also agreed they will all pay all full-time staff the "living wage" as the bottom line rather...

Manchester United hand two-week trial to Southport's Andrew Lewis

Manchester United manager Loius van Gaal spoke about Rooney's future as the England captain continues to be played in a central midfield position.

Manchester United have taken Southport forward Andrew Lewis on trial, sources have told ESPN FC.

Lewis, who was on the books at Tranmere Rovers until the age of 14, has impressed for the Conference club's reserve team this season.

The 19-year-old has scored 38 goals, and his record has alerted a host of sides higher up the football pyramid.

Everton, Burnley and Blackburn have all cast an eye over Lewis and were keen to take the 6ft 1in player on trial in order to have a closer look at him.

However,...