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Paolo’s ban on ketchup was too saucy

I HATE to see a manager sacked but I wasn’t surprised to see Paolo Di Canio leave Sunderland. Everywhere I’ve been, I’ve always felt the key to success …

Feeder clubs? Try a taste of Italy

SIENA is a beautiful town. Terracotta tiles, winding cobbled streets and a big church tower with spectacular views across the Tuscan countryside. It would, I …

Let’s take the pain out of blood injury

ONE of the most frustrating things in football is the way in which we handle blood injuries. The circumstances of the blood injury are irrelevant. I do not …

Hearn keeps nerve and Orient prosper

DOWN at Leyton Orient, Russell Slade is going through the kind of period every manager dreams of – a genuine once in a lifetime purple patch. Win, after win, …

Give Rhodes more help and watch him fire

BLACKBURN boss Gary Bowyer took a thinly-veiled swipe at Scotland manager Gordon Strachan after Jordan Rhodes’ late leveller salvaged a point at Burnley last …

Graham Westley: Going back to Preston was no big deal

As a manager, returning to a former club is a strange experience. In the last 12 months I have returned to Stevenage as Preston manager and yesterday I …

Greg will be relieved at getting the sack

IT didn’t surprise me to see Greg Abbott sacked by Carlisle. And I’m sure it didn’t surprise him either.  When you get battered four in your first three …

Alex proof that Dyke is right

SWINDON have a cracking player in winger Alex Pritchard. Against MK Dons last weekend, he made a wily old pro in Dean Lewington look like a park player after a …

My 7-point plan to answer Dyke

Everybody in the world of football has expressed a view on the ‘answer’ that Greg Dyke is seeking to find. The new FA chairman has been clever. He has …

Tom would be mad to walk out on dad

WHAT a surprise to see Blackpool going so well. With their budget and such a thin squad, nobody would have expected them to be top of the table at the end of …

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