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Reading v Blackpool Preview
Saturday's game is as much about two managers under pressure as it is about two teams desperate for three points. Both managers have their excuses but in the cut throat world of football only results could save them. Whilst Riga will point to a bad summer, a bad Chairman and a bad start, Adkins will play the injury card in his defence. He's had a number of key players missing which could be the reason for their recent form which has seen them without a win in six games.

Norwich v. Leeds Picture gallery
Leeds United
A bumper set of pictures from Tuesday night's game at Norwich City

Tom Kennedy.....he's a bucket again
Dale left back Tom Kennedy has left the club on loan to sign for League Two side Bury, with a view to a permanent deal being made in January.

Fair Play To Garry Monk For Standing Firm, There Is A Simple Solution !
If there is one thing that most football fans would like to see wiped out of the game it is the players constant throwing themselves to the ground if an opponent accidentally brushes past them.

Title chasing Villa held by Howe's resurgent Rangers - history
Queens Park Rangers
Ahead of the home game with Aston Villa on Monday evening, LFW looks back at a meeting between these two from 1990 when Rangers were climbing the table under new boss Don Howe, while the visitors were chasing a league title.

Adehli Belly – Podcast
Queens Park Rangers
Prolific lower-league marksman, and long-time QPR fan Sam Parkin, is the special guest on this week’s podcast, discussing the Liverpool heartbreak and the Adel Taarabt v Harry Redknapp row.

Play-off final referee returns for Villa crunch – referee
Queens Park Rangers
Lee Mason, the man who sent off Gary O’Neil at Wembley and Shaun Derry at Old Trafford, is the referee in charge of Monday night’s crucial home game with Aston Villa.

Bill's Take: These Are The Times We Should Enjoy!
Derby County
The lot of a football fan is not generally a happy one. In addition to all of the physical discomforts of following the lads, the best we can generally hope for is that the club – any club – will not mess things up too badly, and will keep the calamities that befall us to manageable proportions.

Pelle Up There With The Best Ever Goalscoring Starts To A Saints career
Graziano Pelle's explosive start to the season has seen his goals per game tally up there with the best ever Post war starts to a season to a Saints player career with the club.
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