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Bristol City’s quiet boss has the right ethics

AS a player at Fulham, Sean O’Driscoll was given the nickname Noisy. As manager of Bournemouth, it was Mr Happy. As you’ve probably guessed, both were …

Clint Hill: “QPR players were not pulling their weight”

HARRY Redknapp put QPR’s plight last season down to a “culture of decay” in a squad filled with too many Jose Bosingwas and not enough Clint Hills. Hill …

Middlesbrough Sack Tony Mowbray

MARK VENUS has taken temporary charge of Middlesbrough following the departure of Tony

A tale of two strikers as Paul Hayes starts afresh at Plymouth Argyle

NOT so long ago, Paul Hayes was the experienced old hand and Gary Hooper was the green kid fresh out of Southend reserves. Paired up front for Nigel Adkins’ …

Bradford City slicker bags eclectic hat-trick

THINGS are going well for Kyel Reid right now. On the pitch he’s in the form of his Bradford City career – his goal at Walsall last weekend is proof of …

Accessing The Digital Edition Post IoS7 Update

We are aware that some people are experiencing problems accessing the digital edition of The Football League Paper since updating to IoS7. Please follow these …

Battle’s on with my old pal Ince

IT was May 2003 when Keith Andrews won promotion to the Premier League. Little did he realise it would be five years before he played in it. Mind you, he …

I take risks. That’s why I sometimes fall flat on my face

TRUTH is, Steve McClaren may never shake off the stigma of England failure. Of being the Wally with the Brolly, sheltering miserably with a cup of coffee while …

Kranjcar: Watch me go when I’m fit

NIKO Kranjcar is still some way short of his best but the Croatia international says he already feels at home at QPR. The 29-year-old made his home debut in …

I needed a rocket to make me good

MANSFIELD boss Paul Cox says his failure as a player means he will never allow any of his Stags youngsters to knock off like he did. Despite winning promotion …

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