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Toney column: Fifty years on Villa are repeating a tough history lesson

by James Toney – Journalist and Aston Villa fan The Swinging Sixties. Best, Charlton and Sir Alf’s champions of the world. Claret and Blue was the colour …

Virgo column: Sensational Seagulls deserve more credit

by Adam Virgo CAN Brighton overhaul Boro or Burnley to snatch a place in the top two? My heart says yes – but my head says play-offs. What I know for sure is …

Dunlavy column: Foreign ‘prestige’ spells no glory to England’s best managers

by Chris Dunlavy EDDIE Howe, Sean Dyche, Chris Hughton, Gary Rowett. Four names with two things in common. One, they are all exceptionally qualified English …

Bungling Becchetti needs some home truths

by Chris Dunlavy LEYTON Orient’s bungling chairman Francesco Becchetti reminds me of those British adventurers who, during the early days of Arctic …

Graham Westley column: I will get it right at Peterborough

by Peterborough United manager Graham Westley When I joined Peterborough United, I was asked how I felt about working for a chairman, Darragh MacAnthony, who …

Dunlavy column: Evans and Leeds are two strikers away from contention

by Chris Dunlavy WANT to know what working for Massimo Cellino does? Take a look at the rapidly diminishing form of Steve Evans. Since taking charge at …

Marcus Bean column: The standout players in League Two this season

by Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Marcus Bean AWARDS season is on the horizon and the PFA voting cards arrived at the training ground this week – Ricky Holmes …

Dunlavy column: Bamford is proof of the Player of the Year curse

by Chris Dunlavy AS Patrick Bamford prepares to hand back his crown as the Football League’s player of the year, his successor must be hoping to avoid what …

Dunlavy column: Current Villa team have no chance of top 6 finish

Randy Lerner's focus on selling club has cost Villa a place in the Premier League, but failure to prepare for Championship will prove a bigger aberration, …

Dunlavy column: ‘Hughton restores dignity in the way fans feel about their club’

by Chris Dunlavy WHEN Chris Hughton was shabbily shown the door by Mike Ashley in 2010, former Toon chairman Freddie Shepherd piped up to defend his successor. …

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