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If Forest want Jay Fulton he won’t come cheap Mr Cooper
With the pending announcement of Steve Cooper taking on the Nottingham Forest managerial role this week it seems a few loaded questions got Steve Cooper talking. Sidetracked clearly by his upcoming new job, Cooper has been asked if there are any other players he admires in general conversation. It turned in to a news story.
Our third round Carabao Cup at Fulham is Tomorrow evening, with a 7.45pm kick-off. And as you probably know, Craven Cottage is by the Thames in South-West London.
Leeds rue missed chances after Newcastle draw
For much of the game at Newcastle United it looked like the fluency of the Leeds of last season had returned, but we failed to make our early dominance count and it’s frustrating that the result leaves us still looking for our first win of the season.
City's smash and grab sucker punch stuns QPR - Report
Queens Park Rangers
Former hometown favourite Nahki Wells returned to W12 with an injury time winner totally against the run of play on Saturday as QPR slipped to their second defeat in a week, this time in heartbreaking fashion against Bristol City.
Newcastle v. Leeds photo gallery
Some of the best bits of Friday night's draw with Newcastle Uunited
Nathan Jones gives his opinion on why Luton threw away a home win against Swansea City
It was a bizarre game for sure, not one for the faint hearted, and I can vouch for that. Luton Town manager Nathan Jones looked slightly shocked as well as he responded to questions as to why his side threw away a three goal lead yesterday.
Southampton At Manchester City The Verdict
This was meant to be the hardest game of the season, the free hit, the one we always get torn apart in, but from the very start there was an air of confidence about Saints, a desire and a determination to get the job done.
Swansea City show real class after an appalling start : Sunday supplement
After twenty minutes of the game at Kenilworth Road the swans were on their knees, absolutely torn apart. They looked like schoolboys trying to play against men. The worst forty five minutes of football I have seen from Swansea City in many seasons, but then, whatever Russell Martin said at half time it all came good. The most incredible turn around from one half to another in recent memory.
Another Swansea City player racially abused : This time at Luton
News reached us early this evening of yet another incident involving a Swansea City player being racially abused by an opposition fan. It’s not once or twice now these fools are being allowed to attend games and literally get away with vile and disgusting ( criminal ) comments towards players of colour. We have have decided to stick to both club statements on this matter, which we will do, and not report recent updates on this incident until Bedfordshire Police release more information,