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Where Are They Now? Port Vale Fourth Div promotion winners 1985/86

by Neil Fissler PHIL Sproson admits that he had a lot to live up to when he carried on a proud tradition of pulling on a Port Vale shirt. He was the nephew of …

Good, Bad & Ugly: Football League legend Steve Howard

by Chris Dunlavy AS a teenager, Steve Howard helped to build houses for a living. Now 39 and a successful property developer, he owns more than 400 of them. …

Dunlavy column: ‘Hughton restores dignity in the way fans feel about their club’

by Chris Dunlavy WHEN Chris Hughton was shabbily shown the door by Mike Ashley in 2010, former Toon chairman Freddie Shepherd piped up to defend his successor. …

Profile: Hartlepool United manager Craig Hignett

by Chris Dunlavy IN the autumn of 1995, Bryan Robson informed a dismayed Craig Hignett that his days at Middlesbrough were drawing to a close. A brand new …

I’m eager to get Notts untangled and climbing the ladder, says Cooper

Former Swindon Town boss Mark Cooper on getting to work with the right people at Meadow

Trailer and poster revealed for upcoming football film called ‘Bobby’

WITH England celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1966 World Cup win, Entertainment One (eOne) announces the release of BOBBY – the revealing story of …

Where Are They Now? Preston’s Division 3 Champions 1970/71

by Neil Fissler ALAN BALL Snr proved that persistence finally pays off when he made Bobby Ham the final piece of his promotion-winning jigsaw at Deepdale. …

Onuoha: Club’s problems are behind us, says R’s defender

by Chris Dunlavy WE all know why QPR aren’t going up. Too many egos. Too many big earners dividing the dressing room. Too many mercenaries eking out their …

Dunlavy column: Footballers controversy at Cheltenham was a Mary Whitehouse moment

Samir Carruthers and James Collins were crucified by the media in a growing trend of society becoming eager to be

Where Are They Now? Burnley Division Two Champions 1972/73

by Neil Fissler PAUL FLETCHER says Burnley were confident they could book a quick return to the First Division, where they had spent 25 of the previous 26 …

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