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Big Interview: Bristol City’s Lee Tomlin

YOU know Lee Tomlin right? Fat lad, bad attitude, once skinned Vincent Kompany but blew his big chance in the Premier

The FLP talks to: Rochdale manager Keith Hill

IT is now ten years since Keith Hill first zipped up his Barbour, pulled on a flat cap and stepped into the Rochdale

Virgo: ‘Write Norwich off at your peril!’

DEMOLISHED 5-0 by Brighton. Embarrassingly beaten 4-3 late on by Newcastle. Norwich are struggling and, for the first time, there is talk of manager Alex Neil …

Dunlavy: Former Wolves boss Solbakken ‘brainless’ for slating Championship

APPARENTLY, Wolves’ relegation to League One in 2013 had nothing to do with the disastrous six-month reign of Stale

Moore column: Why the League is slowly tilting south

(Photo: Action Images) By Glenn Moore Who’s that knocking on the Football League door? It’s Forest Green Rovers, the appropriately-named, environmentally- …

Steve Evans column: My ones-to-watch in all three EFL leagues

  By former Leeds United, Rotherham United and Crawley Town boss Steve Evans I KNOW the media like to make a big fuss about managers, but the truth is the …

Dunlavy column: McClaren is back with an altogether different beast to tackle

By Chris Dunlavy WELL, who saw that coming? Tin Tin is back in town – and Derby fans must be wondering what the blistering barnacles is going on. It is 17 …

Virgo column: I wouldn’t accept a penny under £12m for Brighton’s rock Lewis Dunk

(Photo by Action Images) By Adam Virgo THIS summer, Crystal Palace tabled a £7m offer for Lewis Dunk. Brighton were having none of it and sent their great …

Dunlavy column: Cellino was spot on about the murky business of Football

(Photo by Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy FOR once, Massimo Cellino’s judgement was spot on. Football, the Leeds chairman told undercover reporters, is a …

Glenn Moore column: Only time will tell if Xia is as patient as he claims to be

By Glenn Moore Andy Hessenthaler was first, Warren Feeney next, then Tony Mowbray accepted the inevitable. That’s three Football League managers gone in a …

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