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The Midweek Player Focus #59: Nathan Doyle

The final Midweek Player Focus of 2013/14 sees Katie Whyatt look at the future of Nathan Doyle.

ROTHERHAM: 11th March, 2014: Amidst the green-veined foliage, backing upon to the snaking river, the sun set behind the grey hulk of the self-proclaimed ‘Mini Emirates’, and the shadows of recent history cut an imposing silhouette against the darkening amber sky. 1,531 more words

Phil Parkinson

The Midweek Player Focus #58: Aaron Mclean

By Alex Scott

There are good reasons why we have waited until the penultimate Midweek Player Focus article of the season to talk about Aaron Mclean, and moving into this important summer, the forward from East London may be the most pivotal. 2,597 more words

Phil Parkinson

The Midweek Player Focus #57: Jason Kennedy / Matty Dolan

By Jason McKeown

One of the key lessons taken from the 2013/14 season is that a football club’s continued progression is not simply dependent upon keeping hold of the best players, but on adequately replacing them when their time comes. 1,733 more words

James Hanson

The Midweek Player Focus #56: Kyle Bennett

By Jason McKeown

After a dismal performance in which all 11 starters were culpable, it was curious to see Kyle Bennett singled out by many for… 1,585 more words

Kyel Reid

The Midweek Player Focus #55: Adam Reach

By Jason McKeown

For Adam Reach read ‘Example A’. He is not only a hugely promising young player, in the midst of a crucial stage of his career development, but a perfect case study of the theory behind the football loan system. 1,942 more words

Phil Parkinson

The Midweek Player Focus #54: Andrew Davies

By Alex Scott

I wonder if you ever get used to it. That feeling. The powerlessness of everything. Knowing that with every return to the field you are only restarting the clock. 2,244 more words

Phil Parkinson

The Midweek Player Focus #53: Carl McHugh

By Andrew Baxter

Tuesday 8 January, 2013, on a cold night at Valley Parade. It’s nearing the end of the game, and Bradford City are two minutes away from pulling off one of the greatest cup wins in recent memory. 764 more words

Phil Parkinson