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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 …

Dunlavy column: Business sense? Yes, but avoid cheap shots

So what if Reading didn't sell out their away allocation at Elland Road? Look at the prices inflated by wage demands, writes Chris

Dunlavy column: A Thorne-y reminder of football’s fragility

Injury seems to follow ex-West Brom and Derby County midfielder George Thorne everywhere he

Dunlavy column: Chalobah cursed by fans’ preconceptions

WHEN Jordan Henderson hoisted the Champions League trophy last May, he became just the 51st man to captain a team to European football’s greatest prize. …

Connolly Column: Powder-puff Pompey need to be braver

I went to Fratton Park last weekend in anticipation of a Portsmouth victory to really kick-start their League One season but they never got going. Steve Evans …

Dunlavy Column: Rickety Royals are sheep among Wolves

Chris Dunlavy looks at Reading's transfer policy and decision to appoint Mark Bowen as manager.

Dunlavy Column: Tykes’ naive strategy put Stendel in dock

Chris Dunlavy criticises the decision of Barnsley to sack Daniel

Dunlavy Column: Keogh counts cost of lapse of judgement

Chris Dunlavy outlines the challenge facing Richard Keogh when he returns from his season ending

Virgo Column: Clever Cowleys can make terriers bark

Adam Virgo assesses the Cowleys potential at Huddersfield

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