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Hawkins – You can’t beat the goal buzz

By Charlie Bennett Oliver Hawkins knows he can do a job for Portsmouth as a defender in League One, but admits the thrill of scoring goals is too strong. …

Brown’s set for a spring to the finish

By Chris Dunlavy Phil Brown insists Swindon can still snatch an automatic promotion spot – despite lying nine points adrift with just nine games to play. …

Bassett: AFC Wimbledon can plough pathway to a big future

By John Lyons Dave Bassett and Ian Cooke are confident AFC Wimbledon will go from strength to strength when they move into their new stadium at Plough Lane. …

Bettinelli enjoying Fulham challenge

By James Andrew Marcus Bettinelli reckons playing in goal for Fulham is one of the toughest challenges you can face, but he wouldn’t have it any other way. …

Reading appoint Paul Clement as new manager

Reading have moved swiftly to replace Jaap Stam by appointing former Swansea boss Paul Clement as their new manager. The 46-year-old has been out of work since …

Stack column: Bees have still got a chance to find sting

By Graham Stack HAVING made nearly 150 appearances for Barnet, I fear The Hive is losing its buzz. I am sad to see the club in the League Two relegation places …

Terry Westley: The Second Chance Scheme is giving youngsters the chance to continue their education on and off the pitch

Today everyone at the Club will pay their respects once again to the late, great Bobby Moore after the 25th anniversary of his death. And the former Hammers …

Virgo column: My aim is to let kids play football with a real smile

Adam Virgo discusses the aims of his recently-established football academy for talented

Big Interview: I’m grateful for every day I live, says Barnsley boss Jose Morais

The new man in the dugout at Oakwell talks to Chris Dunlavy about the stroke he suffered when manager at Turkish side

Virgo column: My aim is to let kids play football with a smile

Adam Virgo on his newly-created football academy for 5-16 year

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