AS Rickie Lambert rose to power home a header on his England debut, Grant Holt was sat on his sofa, […]
HARRY Redknapp put QPR’s plight last season down to a “culture of decay” in a squad filled with too many […]
MARK VENUS has taken temporary charge of Middlesbrough following the departure of Tony Mowbray.
We are aware that some people are experiencing problems accessing the digital edition of The Football League Paper since updating […]
IT was May 2003 when Keith Andrews won promotion to the Premier League. Little did he realise it would be […]
TRUTH is, Steve McClaren may never shake off the stigma of England failure. Of being the Wally with the Brolly, […]
NIKO Kranjcar is still some way short of his best but the Croatia international says he already feels at home […]
WAYNE HENNESSEY’S hunt for first-team football has remarkably taken him up a league and the on-loan Yeovil keeper is hoping […]
JAMES Vaughan could have been a sprinter. As a 13-year-old, he clocked 11.5 seconds for the 100 metres, the third […]
WHEN someone describes themselves as a “wee sh*te from Northern Ireland”, it’s fair to assume he isn’t a big time […]
HE was picked up for nothing but Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy reckons midfielder Cole Skuse could be the signing of the summer.
IT is 2pm the day before Ipswich travel to QPR and Mick McCarthy has just been asked how he feels about his opponents boasting a former England manager on the coaching staff.
The Sheffield Wednesday midfielder takes us through his pet hates that he wants thrown into the infamous Room 101.
REMEMBER when Arsene Wenger walked into Highbury in 1996? Angular, debonair, and utterly unheralded, it seemed the Gunners had lost the plot.
OWEN Coyle was 19 the first and only time he tasted alcohol. A rising star with Dumbarton, he had been […]