Dunlavy column: The political game is bias in its double standards

Chris Dunlavy on EFL club being at the mercy of the UK government and Premier

Dunlavy column: The Premier League and its sorry cases of wasting money and talent

Chris Dunlavy looks at the track record of Premier League recruiting strikers from the EFL and the outlays leading to

Dunlavy column: An iron first is needed to halt all the verbals

With crowd noise absent, the barrage of abuse officials absorb by players is evermore

Grayson column: Hughton’s track record bodes well for Nottingham Forest

Experienced EFL manager Simon Grayson offers his view on Chris Hughton's arrival at the City

Dunlavy column: Gerhard Struber was a victim of stagnant aims

Chris Dunlavy says there was little reasoning to persuade Struber to stay in west

Allardyce column: Dugout? It’s much easier to evaluate from the stands as a coach

Sam Allardyce relives his own experience of having to operate as a manager when detached from the team environment, a la Neil Warnock and David

Dunlavy column: Why it all went wrong for Joao Carvalho at Forest

Joao Carvalho showed his class under Aitor Karanka, but managerial upheaval at Nottingham Forest has dislodged the

Dunlavy column: Trust in Michael O’Neill to put Stoke on charge

Optimism is coursing through the Potters – and for good reason, writes Chris

Salako: Mark Robins – the quiet assassin – isn’t getting enough credit

By John Salako I came up against Mark Robins several times in my playing days, and I always remember him as the quiet assassin. He never really said much, got …

Dunlavy: Charlton – out of the frying pan and into the fire

By Chris Dunlavy Charlton Athletic are rarely far from a crisis. Never, though, has optimism dissolved into despair so rapidly. Hailed as saviours when they …

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