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Moore column: It’s time to defend referees from managers’ vitriol by imposing stadium bans

(Photo: Action Images) By Glenn Moore IF REFEREES ran out to backing music, like Orient’s Tijuana Taxi, Carlisle’s One Step Beyond or Charlton’s Red, Red …

Dunlavy column: How do you solve a problem like Derby County?

By Chris Dunlavy MOMENTS into his first press conference, Gary Rowett was asked what he’d said to the shower of underachievers currently masquerading as …

Where Are They Now? Sheffield Wednesday’s Division Two 1983-84 runners-up

By Neil Fissler IMRE Varadi believes Sheffield Wednesday cost themselves the Second Division title by winning promotion too early. Howard Wilkinson’s side …

Profile – the career of Grimsby Town manager Marcus Bignot

(Photo: Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy THESE days, Karen Carney is an international star of women’s football, capped more than 100 times for England with …

FLP Focus – Be wary of Fulham in the race for the play-offs

By John Lyons THERE´S often a team that comes with a late run to make the play-offs – and Fulham could be the ones to do just that in the Championship. The …

EXCLUSIVE: Given time I would have done better at Newport despite lack of resources, writes Graham Westley

By Graham Westley Whenever I have lost a football management job in the past, I have felt a sense of disappointment. In myself. In those that lost faith in me. …

FLP comment: No-nonsense Paul Warne is the most interesting manager to interview

(Photo: Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy WHY do managers insist on standing pitchside? Is it for show? To clap their hands and yell instructions? Or simply …

Dunlavy column: Why Zola has a tough task upgrading Rowett’s ‘threshing machine’

By Chris Dunlavy ONLINE chatter is a notoriously unreliable barometer of fan sentiment. It’s a forum for the extreme minority rather than the moderate …

Profile – the career of Barnet manager Kevin Nugent

(Photo: Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy KEVIN Nugent has spent a career slogging in the shadows. As a totemic centre-forward, he was always the brickie, never …

Big Interview: Rotherham United interim manager Paul Warne

By Chris Dunlavy PAUL Warne sits behind his desk at Rotherham’s Roundwood training ground and snatches up a scrap of paper. “My son’s match report,” …

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