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Refwatch: Barrow v Rochdale
Declan Bourne will referee Dale’s first league game at Barrow for over 50 years on Saturday.
Watford Will Be Without Match Turning Forward Against Southampton
Josh King got all the headlines last weekend as Watford turned around a 2-1 deficit in the final 12 minutes at Goodison Park to win 5-2 but the architect of that destruction will miss the game against Saints at Vicarage Road after picking up a yellow card.
Lee Trundle scores for Swansea City as the referee adds on an extra four minutes of injury time
A look back now to one of the most dramatic games between Swansea City and Peterborough United in recent times. This game ended 2-2 after a second half that was as exciting as it was controversial. We are going back to 2009.
Swansea Independent : Our journey continues to be endorsed
Once again our fledgling website Swansea Independent has proven to be the source of not only national media reporting but local news sources as well. It was heartening yesterday that seven news agencies worldwide covered our stories on Russell Martin and Jay Fulton’s future at Swansea City.
Paint by numbers - Report
Queens Park Rangers
A combination of poor finishing, woeful penalties, and one of the worst refereeing errors you'll ever see, saw QPR crash out of the League Cup against Sunderland at Loftus Road on Tuesday.
Queens Park Rangers 0 - 0 Sunderland - Photo Gallery
Queens Park Rangers
Pictures from Action Images at Loftus Road where QPR suffered a heartbreaking and controversial defeat on penalties in the League Cup against Sunderland.
Jay Fulton is high on Steve Cooper’s January shopping list, but why ?
It was only back in January of this year that at Steve Cooper’s insistence Jay Fulton signed a new Swansea City contract. At the time Cooper was riding high with the swans and Jay Fulton was seemingly one of the main reasons for the swans success to date. Jay signed his contract keeping him at Swansea until 2024. That could now backfire on Cooper.
Leeds out of the Carabao Cup after disappointing second half
Leeds had the better of the game in the first half, but it was a different story when Arsenal woke up after the break, and a couple of goals from individual errors were enough to see the Gunners go through to the quarter-finals at our expense.
Two Big Decisions For Ralph Hasenhuttl Ahead Of The Trip To Watford
Ralph Hasenhuttl has a few selection decisions to make when he takes his Southampton team up to Watford on Saturday, the biggest two being who plays in goal and the centre of defence.