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Is Dan the man to keep Orient’s Football League status alive?

(Picture: TGS Photo) By John Lyons AS LEYTON Orient slipped to a 1-0 home defeat against Morecambe in midweek, Danny Webb learned another lesson about the …

Big Interview – Steven Taylor: I think I’ve had a happy landing here with Mick

(Picture: Ipswich Town FC / Steven Gardiner) By Chris Dunlavy MOST Ipswich players would be cock-a-hoop if skinflint chairman Marcus Evans offered to fly them …

Dunlavy column: Shape up, Mitrovic, or you will reflect Toon’s grim recent past

By Chris Dunlavy THE Mannequin Challenge has, mercifully, fallen out of fashion. Unfortunately, nobody appears to have informed Aleksandar Mitrovic. Not since …

After raising £420,000 last time, Jeff Stelling is back ready to march for Prostate Cancer UK

By Soccer Saturday presenter and Prostate Cancer UK ambassador Jeff Stelling AGONY is a familiar feeling to every football fan – and I’m going to …

Where Are They Now? Walsall’s Division Four runners-up 1979-80

By Neil Fissler DON PENN believes Walsall shot themselves in the foot when they bounced straight back to the Third Division a season after being relegated. The …

Profile: Leyton Orient manager Danny Webb – is this the chance to put Dad in the shade?

(Picture: TGSPhoto) By Chris Dunlavy DANNY Webb had one major drawback as a player – he spent the vast majority of his career in the wrong position. Fans of …

Big Interview: new Southend United signing Theo Robinson

(Picture: Nicky Hayes/Camera Sport) By Chris Dunlavy ON SATURDAY week, Theo Robinson will settle in front of the TV to watch Lincoln City battle Burnley for a …

20 years on – Fans United: When football came together to help save Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton & Hove Albion came within a whisker of extinction 20 years ago this year, but with the help of football fans around the World, survived. We tell the …

Profile – the career of Nottingham Forest caretaker-manager Gary Brazil

(Photo: Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy GOOD player. Bad timing. Those four words will probably be etched on Gary Brazil’s gravestone. For all the goals, …

Dunlavy column: Give Lee Johnson a chance to hit the heights again

By Chris Dunlavy MIDGET Out. The badly-painted flag strung up at Ashton Gate may be crude, but Bristol City and their vertically challenged manager Lee Johnson …

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