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Council give green light to Brentford stadium move

BRENTFORD have been given the provisional go-ahead for a new 20,000-seater stadium. The Bees were granted planning permission for the Lionel Road development …

Blades ties see Warnock avoid Sheffield Wednesday job

NEIL WARNOCK has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant managerial role at Sheffield

Peter Taylor’s best ever phone call…

IT doesn’t matter what Peter Taylor achieves at Gillingham. It doesn’t matter how many medals he won as a player, or how many promotions as a manager. …

Crawley Town unveil John Gregory

JOHN GREGORY has returned to football management as new boss of League One club Crawley Town. The six-time England midfielder has a lengthy managerial CV but …

Tykes loan Jennings to MK Dons

MK DONS have signed Barnsley midfielder Dale Jennings on loan until January 5, 2014. Jennings spent time with with Liverpool as a youngster but his career …

O’Driscoll gets the boot at Bristol City

BRISTOL CITY have axed head coach Sean O’Driscoll. The 56-year-old took over at Ashton Gate in January this year with the club at the bottom of the …

Nigel Clough Named Sheffield United Boss

SHEFFIELD UNITED have appointed Nigel Clough as their new first team

Bristol City’s quiet boss has the right ethics

AS a player at Fulham, Sean O’Driscoll was given the nickname Noisy. As manager of Bournemouth, it was Mr Happy. As you’ve probably guessed, both were …

Bradford City slicker bags eclectic hat-trick

THINGS are going well for Kyel Reid right now. On the pitch he’s in the form of his Bradford City career – his goal at Walsall last weekend is proof of …

Jukebox: I could play with the Stones

YOU DON’T get many League One footballers outlining a future that involves playing part-time for Maidstone United, but Crawley Town’s Andy Drury has got it …

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