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Move could be a mistake for Ferguson

By Sam Elliott Reading and Burton Albion target Nathan Ferguson has been told that he should see out the season at Non-League Grays Athletic. The Premier …

Jervis feels at home with Plymouth

By Joshua Richards Much-travelled striker Jake Jervis had his first taste of the Devon derby on Tuesday night, but was well prepared for the occasion after a …

Barkhuizen enjoying his football again

By Jamie Holt In-form Morecambe striker Tom Barkhuizen has revealed he was so disillusioned with life at Blackpool last season that he almost retired. Having …

Helen Ward column: Title is in our sights at Royals

(Photo by Nigel Hoyle) What a whirlwind! Last weekend was probably one of the most unexpected and exciting weekends in my entire football career. I was asked …

WFW Big Interview: Frankfurt head coach Colin Bell

by Kieran Thievam FFC Frankfurt head coach Colin Bell has said retaining their Champions League title this year will be a big task due to the investment in …

Adam Virgo column: Carsley has a chance to put down marker at Brentford

Who’s to blame for Brentford changing their head coach already? It’s hard to look past the owner of the club. Matthew Benham decided to remove Marinus …

Bradford City legend Wayne Jacobs on the good and bad points of his career

The former Bantam and Hull City left-back reveals which player used to do Tommy Cooper impersonations on the football

Stuart Hammonds column: What you learn once you get to know Steve Evans

BEN SMITH remembers the night well. Tuesday, August 18, 2009. Steve Evans’ Crawley have just recorded a 1-0 win at Cambridge United, the Conference club …

Hasselbaink and Robinson have created the perfect recipe at Burton Albion

Mark Sharman speaks with the Brewers' manager and chairman as their fortunes keep getting better and

Leyton Orient U16s coach Omer Riza is aiming high

LEYTON ORIENT U16s coach Omer Riza hopes his job at Brisbane Road is the first on the way to a fruitful career in the professional

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