LATEST NEWS: Barry Fry on Cooper, Maddison, Penny, Lee Tomlin and another new signing

Peterborough United’s signing of George Cooper today (January 18) does not mean the sale of star man Marcus Maddison is imminent, according to director of football Barry Fry.

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George Cooper pictured after signing for Posh. Picture: Joe Dent

BREAKING NEWS: Peterborough United sign Crewe star

Peterborough United have signed highly-rated Crewe winger George Cooper.

Jack Marriott celebrates a goal for Posh at Aston Villa.

LATEST NEWS: Marriott is now a £6 million pound man!

It would take a club record transfer bid for Posh to even contemplate selling top scorer Jack Marriott.

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Posh midfielder Michael Doughty.

PREVIEW: It’s time to start beating the lesser lights

Peterborough United have the perfect opportunity to improve their record against the lesser lights in League One

Posh fans are expected to pack out the ABAX Stadium when Leicester visit in the FA Cup.

LATEST NEWS: Peterborough United v Leicester City is now an all-ticket match

Peterborough United’s fourth round FA Cup tie with Premier League neighbours Leicester City has been made an all-ticket contest.

Conor Washington celebrates a Posh goal.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: The January transfer window is football’s biggest farce

AS a seven-days-a-week, 24-hours-a-day modern journalist with a hotline to the chattiest director of football in the sport, I really shouldn’t condemn the January transfer window.

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Adil Nabi in a rare Posh action shot.

LATEST NEWS: Frustrated Fry insists Peterborough United will add to, rather than subtract from, the squad before ‘biggest week of the season’

Director of football Barry Fry insists transfer speculation won’t be allowed to disrupt preparations for Peterborough United’s ‘biggest week of the season’.

Posh boss Grant McCann.

LATEST NEWS: McCann confident Peterborough United can test recent Premier League champions

Peterborough United will take on the Premier League champions of 2015-16 in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

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Posh left back Andrew Hughes in action.

LATEST NEWS: Peterborough United are better against the best, Oldham are owed one and a transfer snippet

Peterborough United are determined to improve their playing record against the weaker teams in League One, starting with the visit of Oldham to the ABAX Stadium on Saturday (January 20).

Junior Morias (left) receives congratulations after scoring at Southend. Idris Kanu is in the background. Photo: Nicky Hayes.

MATCH REPORT: Junior at the double, but Peterborough United are beaten

Junior Morias scored twice and Idris Kanu netted with an outstanding individual effort, but Peterborough United were still beaten in an ‘under 23’ league game in Southend today (January 16).

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Ricky Miller in action for Posh at Rochdale.

LATEST NEWS: Bottom club want Miller, League One fixture rerranged, FA Cup tickets update

Unwanted Peterborough United striker Ricky Miller is a transfer target for the bottom club in the Football League.

Netherton's Ben Daly (red) holds off a Peterborough Sports player during a tough President's Shield tie at the Grange. Photo: David Lowndes.

ROUND-UP: Netherton beat strengthened Sports, Thorney break ICA duck, Sawtry’s spotkick woe, Lions close in on top spot, Bretton make Eye blink at last

Netherton United moved into the semi-finals of the Peterborough League’s President’s Shield with a hard-fought win over a strengthened Peterborough Sports Reserves team.

Jeorgia Carr (red) scored twice for City of Peterborough Ladies against Norwich Dragons.

MATCH REPORT: City of Peterborough Ladies defeat Dragons in a fight to the death

City of Peterborough Ladies left it late before securing a vital victory at Norwich Dragons in the East Premier Division yesterday (January 13).

Craig Rook (stripes) of Peterborough Northern Star in action against Desborough Town. Photo: Chantelle McDonald. @cmcdphotos.

ROUND-UP: Cuckoos smash leaders, bad break at Holbeach, Deeping cruise, Wisbech wobble, 99th-minute winner for Pinchbeck, Peterborough Sports saved by Spalding ‘keeper, Daniels lose record in controversial fashion

Yaxley delivered a massive United Counties Premier Division statement of intent yesterday (January 13) by hammering leaders Newport Pagnell 4-0.

Wigan goalkeeper Christian Walton catches a corner under pressure from Posh substitute Junior Morias. Photo: Joe Dent/

MATCH COMMENT: WIGAN 0, POSH 0: Peterborough United are on the fringe of success

Grant McCann reckons Peterborough United were a decent haircut away from claiming a wonderful win in Wigan, which is a subtler, kinder way of discussing League One officials than one of his predecessors Darren Ferguson managed yesterday (January 13).

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Posh centre-back Ryan Tafazolli is challenged by Wigan's Dan Burn. Joe Dent/

PLAYER VERDICTS: Defenders show the way in determined fashion

Peterborough United defended with great skill and determination to ensure a decent 0-0 draw at League One leaders Wigan today (January 13).

Posh right-back Liam Shephard in action woth Michael Jacobs of Wigan. Joe Dent/

MATCH REACTION: A good point completes a great week for Peterborough United

Manager Grant McCann insists a 0-0 draw at League One leaders Wigan Athletic capped a great week for Peterborough United.

Posh debutant Joe Ward shoots at the Wigan goal in the final minute, an incident that led to a Jack Marriott 'goal' being disallowed for offside/Photo: Joe Dent/

LIVE MATCH UPDATES: WIGAN 0, PETERBOROUGH UNITED 0: Posh make their point at League One leaders

Peterborough United matched League One leaders Wigan Athletic to pick up an excellent point from a 0-0 draw at the DW Stadium today (January 13).

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Posh fans at the third FA Cup win at Aston Villa. Photo: Joe Dent/

LATEST NEWS: FA Cup tickets to go on sale

Tickets for Peterborough United’s FA Cup fourth round tie against Leicester City or Fleetwood Town go on sale tomorrow (January 13, 9am).

Action from Eye United's 4-0 win at FC Peterborough (green). Photo: David Lowndes.

ROUND-UP: Unbeaten Division Two leaders are easy on the Eye

Apart from a penalty shootout, Eye United are still to taste defeat, 16 matches and six months into the season.

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