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Dunlavy column: Don’t blame Ryan Sessegnon if he wants to cash in on Premier League move

Chris Dunlavy recalls two cases of gross misfortune to have struck the English game's top

Chris Dunlavy column: Powell’s on track after wrong turns – Nick has drive to succeed

By Chris Dunlavy Two incidents illustrate the infuriating enigma that is Nick Powell – and both involve a Vauxhall Corsa. In 2012, a month after joining …

Dunlavy column: Give Paul Heckingbottom the correct tools to do the job

Chris Dunlavy says it's time for Leeds director of football Victor Orta to replace the void at Elland Road left by Chris

Where Are They Now? Middlesbrough’s Second Division runners-up 1991-92

What happened in life after football for Boro's

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

The Business of Football: How the World Cup is Beneficial for the Host

This summer, football is going to be in the spotlight for at least a month: the world’s biggest football-related event, the FIFA World Cup is going to …

Strachan’s on board to take us to the next level

BOTH on and off the pitch, Gordon Strachan has enjoyed a glittering career. Not only did the fiery Scotsman play for the likes of Aberdeen, Manchester United …

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

Big Interview: Bury manager Ryan Lowe

"I've told the lads 'no more excuses'" says Shakers boss, with club 11 points adrift at the bottom of League

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