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Walsall player 253. Jordan Alan Cook

Jordan Alan Cook (born 20 March 1990) is an English professional footballer, who plays as a striker for Walsall. Having previously been part of the Sunderland reserves and youth team, joined League Two side Darlington on loan in August 2009. 164 more words

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Walsall player 251. Billy Clifford

Billy Clifford (born 18 October 1992) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder and is currently unattached.
Born in Slough, Clifford came through the Chelsea academy, having been homeless since his pre-teens. 501 more words

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The Sports Archives - Trading Standards Called In Over Manchester United Tickets!

When it comes to football, many people love the sense of tradition more than they love the modern game. There are a number of people who claim to have fallen out of love with the modern game but even in the era of multi-million deals and TV contracts that run so long they can be confused for telephone numbers there are ways that people still feel connected to the game. 790 more words

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Walsall player 231. Joseph Reginald (Joe) Broad

Joseph Reginald Broad (born 24 August 1982 in Bristol) is an English professional footballer. He is currently a free agent after leaving Southern League club Truro City. 333 more words

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Walsall player 229. Martin Brittain

Martin Brittain (born 29 December 1984) is an English footballer, who plays for Bedlington Terriers.
Born in Cramlington, Northumberland, Brittain started his career at Newcastle United as a youngster. 472 more words

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Yeovil sack manager Johnson

Yeovil Town have sacked manager Gary Johnson, the club have announced.

In a statement on the clubs official website chairman John Fry said: “The decision to relieve Gary of his management duties is the hardest I have been involved in during my 23 years at Huish Park… 212 more words

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A Most Difficult February

In most other circumstances, a point at home against a high-flying Rochdale side would have been perfectly acceptable. In fact, the two goals from new signings Dominic Samuel and Sanmi Odelusi would have had many optimistic that a corner could be turned.  2,221 more words

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