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Profile: Exeter City and former Birmingham striker Clinton Morrison

by Chris Dunlavy WHEN Clinton Morrison was 18, he walked into the Crystal Palace dressing room for the first time and spread his arms wide. “Don’t worry, …

Big Interview: Samir Carruthers settled under Robinson at Stadium:mk

MK Dons midfielder Carruthers gives an honest assessment of life at Aston Villa before forming a creative partnership with Dele Alli last

Ex-Football League defender Paul Bignot: Never give up is my motto!

FROM the age of nine, I wanted to become only one thing and that was a footballer. I made my debut at the age of 18 for Crewe Alexandra in the Carling Cup and …

Where Are They Now? Cambridge United’s Div 3 Champions 1990/91

by Neil Fissler RICHARD WILKINS believes that John Beck’s Cambridge United don’t get the credit their achievements deserved. Beck led the club to …

Dunlavy column: Unlucky Fernando victim of his own reputation

by Chris Dunlavy In 2002, a cadre of 38 English referees took part in an experiment that Sheffield Wednesday’s Fernando Forestieri may wish to study during …

Good, Bad & Ugly: Former Millwall defender Matt Lawrence

by Chris Dunlavy TWENTY years ago, Matt Lawrence stepped off a plane from New York doubtful he’d ever forge a career in the game. “I’d just graduated …

Gabbidon column: At this rate Cobblers could be end at the end of the month

CONFIDENCE is a big thing in football. Without it, you tend to overthink things. You make mistakes. Every game is like climbing a mountain. But when you’re …

Where Are They Now? European Cup quarter-finalists 1980/81

STEVE LOWNDES laughs when he recalls the trip Newport made behind the Iron Curtain to play Carl Zeiss Jena in the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners’ Cup. …

Profile: Derby County head coach Darren Wassall

BACK in the 1980s, ‘You’ll Never beat Des Walker’ would echo round the City Ground in tribute to Forest and England’s most rapid centre-half. Yet there …

Good, Bad & Ugly: Chesterfield midfielder and Hartlepool legend Ritchie Humphreys

by Chris Dunlavy AS a teenager at Sheffield Wednesday, Ritchie Humphreys was famously labelled “the next Marco van Basten” by an admiring Johan Cruyff. A …

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