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Robertson column: Nick Powell’s rare talent is finally being fulfilled

The FLP columnist recalls tales of the forward's lack of graft – stories of the past given his correct form for

Moore column: The Premier League’s role in grassroots and how it could do so much more to reduce postponements

The Premier League pays grassroots initiatives £20m to assist pro and semi-pro clubs while the league's clubs pay £1.5bn to agents over the same

Dunlavy column: Spitting’s horrible, but ask Pedro Mendes if he’d rather be spat on than elbowed

Arthur Masuaku was widely condemned for spitting on Wigan Athletic forward Nick Powell in a recent FA Cup

Robertson column: It’s great to see the fruits of the Forest

Gregor Robertson cites the work of Paul Hart and Gary Brazil in creating a sound academy structure at the Championship

Graham Westley column: Lincoln City have a gem in Michael Bostwick

The former Stevenage manager says the Lincoln City midfielder's deserved shot at playing in the Championship is

Dunlavy column: ‘Monkbot’ has got to ditch his bad habits

Miscommunications through platitudes are holding back the former Leeds and Middlesbrough manager, writes Chris

Robertson column: Leon Clarke joins the party late to silence his critics

Gregor Robertson writes of his former team-mate's instinct for goal being clouded by mismanagement – something which hasn't befallen Chris

Dunlavy column: Sad Slutsky’s painful stumble towards the exit

'A good man ground down by a bad club', writes Chris Dunlavy of the sacked Hull City

Big Interview – Part One: Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock says that there are "too many individuals and not enough teams" in the Premier

Dunlavy column: Middlesbrough’s boy wonder must get real soon

Chris Dunlavy writes on the Boro midfielder's proneness to inconsistency and draws similarities with Adel

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