Dunlavy: Charlton – out of the frying pan and into the fire

By Chris Dunlavy Charlton Athletic are rarely far from a crisis. Never, though, has optimism dissolved into despair so rapidly. Hailed as saviours when they …

What’s in Sunday’s Football League Paper?

Here’s what features in FLP #440… FULLY FOCUSED: Highly-rated midfielder Kalvin Phillips won’t allow England speculation to deflect his attention away …

Dunlavy Column: Rickety Royals are sheep among Wolves

Chris Dunlavy looks at Reading's transfer policy and decision to appoint Mark Bowen as manager.

Dunlavy Column: Tykes’ naive strategy put Stendel in dock

Chris Dunlavy criticises the decision of Barnsley to sack Daniel

Dunlavy Column: Keogh counts cost of lapse of judgement

Chris Dunlavy outlines the challenge facing Richard Keogh when he returns from his season ending

Dunlavy Column: Head man Bauer is a tower for Lilywhites

Chris Dunlavy assesses Patrick Bauer's impressive introduction to the

Dunlavy Column: Oh Fernando, where did it all go wrong?

There was a time, not so long ago, when a six-game ban for Fernando Forestieri would have spelled disaster for Sheffield Wednesday. Now? The Italian won’t …

Dunlavy: Mooy is up there with the very best

(Picture: Action Images) By Chris Dunlavy FRANZ Beckenbauer once remarked that Zinedine Zidane was more like a dancer than a footballer. Alfredo di Stefano, …

Dunlavy column: Down time on Turkey farm works a treat for Boro’s Ayala

by Chris Dunlavy IN the blistering heat of a Seville summer, Daniel Ayala mucked out the turkey stalls and tried to sweat away the painful memories of his …

Dunlavy column: Hiring Ling took huge bravery and ultimately paid off for Swindon

by Chris Dunlavy WHEN Martin Ling sat before the Press at the County Ground at his unveiling in November, he admitted Swindon had taken a risk. Treated for …

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