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How the world of transfer dealings work

By FA registered intermediary and retired pro footballer Guy Branston BY the time I became a licensed agent last year, I already knew how a transfer worked. …

Dunlavy column: League has to offer more than an MOT when vetting takeover buyers

By Chris Dunlavy SEVEN years ago, a conman named Russell King walked into Notts County promising the wealth of Croesus. Understandably, a dying club grasped in …

Virgo column: In McManaman, Carlos now has a man for top-six spot

(Photo: Action Images) By Adam Virgo WHEN Callum McManaman left Wigan to become Tony Pulis’ first signing for West Brom in 2015, he made a very big mistake. …

Moore column: Can Leeds fans see the Promised Land?

(Photo: Action Images) By Glenn Moore Dirty Leeds. The Damned United. The self-proclaimed Last Champions. There are plenty within the game who will have …

Dunlavy column: Brighton fans are right to forget Murray’s defection to arch rivals Palace

(Photo: Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy AS the fragments of burst bubble drifted into the murk over St Andrews’ on Saturday evening, a small pocket of …

Westley column: Here’s what actually happened after the game against Plymouth

(Photo: Action Images) By Newport County manager Graham Westley There was a lot of fuss made around a very mundane matter after our FA Cup second round tie …

Dunlavy column: The virus which is destroying Coventry City from within

By Chris Dunlavy WHEN American businesswoman Joy Seppala sought a name for the hedge fund she founded in 1997, her Finnish heritage clearly came to mind. In …

Angry Clarke’s battle cry needs to pay off now

(Photo by Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy DARRELL Clarke is a talented manager, but threatening his players is a very dangerous manoeuvre. “It might be …

Dunlavy column: Football must never turn a blind eye again

(Photo by Reuters) By Chris Dunlavy IN 1971, Ford unleashed its newest model on North America – a sleek three-door coupe named the Pinto. Peddled as a …

Dunlavy column: Coup on Dean Holdsworth’s stake in club which he helped in troubled times

By Chris Dunlavy YOU have to feel sorry for Dean Holdsworth. When Bolton lay like lepers at death’s door, he was the only man willing to offer salvation. …

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