Birmingham City boss hits back at Sheffield Wednesday's Garry Monk, Lee Bowyer makes fan demand ahead of Owls clash - Championship gossip

Sheffield Wednesday are back in Championship action this weekend, and they take on struggling Charlton Athletic at The Valley. Garry Monk’s side are also in a bad patch of form, but will be hopeful of claiming a solid result on the road against the newly promoted club.

Friday, 29th November 2019, 7:11 am

In the meantime, here’s all the latest news and gossip from the Championship...

Tottenham Hotspur are the bookies' favourites to sign Hull City star Jarrod Bowen in the transfer window, but Newcastle United and Aston Villa are also among the runners and riders. (Sky Bet)

Birmingham City boss Pep Clotet has claimed that Garry Monk made him leave Leeds United against his will during their time at Elland Road, in the latest exchange between the two former colleagues. (Birmingham Mail)

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Nottingham Forest are set to go all guns blazing to secure Newcastle United striker Dwight Gayle in January, as they hope to get the Championship goal machine to work his magic again. (Football League World)

Newcastle United are said to be readying a summer move for Leeds United loanee Ben White, who has excelled in the second tier since joining on loan from Brighton. (Chronicle)

Swansea City boss Steve Cooper has revealed he's hopeful of Mike van der Hoorn recovering from injury in time to play Fulham this weekend, as they look to end a run of three games without a win. (Wales Online)

Liverpool pundit Theo Squires has claimed that Rhian Brewster would be better off in the Championship playing his trade on loan with Leeds United, but did admit that Swansea could also be a good option. (Liverpool Echo)

Bristol City manager Lee Johnson has revealed he's unsure when star defender Tomas Kalas will return from injury, suggesting he could be out for as long as three weeks. (Bristol Post)

QPR boss Mark Warburton branded the referee's decision not to send Nottingham Forest's Danny Cash off for a wild challenge on Ryan Manning as shocking, following their 4-0 hammering at Loftus Road. (HITC)

Charlton Athletic's Lee Bowyer has issued a rallying cry to Addicks fans ahead of Saturday's clash against SheffieldWednesday, urging them to get behind the side without a win in six games. (South London Press)