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Felix Magath: Fulham’s worst manager in history or doomed to fail?

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By Charles Jones Ask any Fulham fan who the worst manager in the club’s history is and 99% will say Felix Magath. Felix Magath took charge of Fulham on Valentines day in 2014 but his relationship with fans was anything but a loving one.   “The Cat” arrived in West London filling the entire fan base with optimism, a manager […]

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Stockton Town FC’s Historic Road to Wembley

Stockton Town FC’s Historic Road to Wembley

By Thomas Reyer It has been quite the season so far for Stockton Town Football Club. They began their campaign in quite disastrous fashion, losing nine games consecutively in their first nine league matches. However, fortunes have changed drastically for the Anchors recently. It was Saturday March 25 that saw the club book their place at the national stadium to […]

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Leeds Trinity Point Guard set to return from injury but is he still first choice?

Leeds Trinity Point Guard set to return from injury but is he still first choice?

Leeds Trinity Point Guard set to return from injury but is he still first choice?   By Charles Jones   Leeds Trinity’s men’s basketball team is set to receive a boost as point guard Will Thomas has declared himself fit and available for selection ahead of the upcoming season. The 22-year-old failed to make an appearance this season as a […]

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ROVERS AT WEMBLEY: 10 YEARS ON

ROVERS AT WEMBLEY: 10 YEARS ON

By Alex Gibbings May 25 2008. A day that will live long in the memory for all connected with Doncaster Rovers. Almost 10 years ago, Rovers defied the odds and defeated the famous Leeds United at the new Wembley Stadium, sealing promotion to the second tier of English football for the first time in 50 years. Just 20 days earlier, […]

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ROVERS LAYING FOUNDATIONS FOR SUCCESS

ROVERS LAYING FOUNDATIONS FOR SUCCESS

By Alex Gibbings Doncaster Rovers are putting the foundations in place as they look to develop their young players into first team regulars. Rovers re-entered a side into the Central League North this season, following a season-long absence following their first team’s relegation to League Two in 2016. However, following promotion back to League One at the first attempt last […]

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Team England Girls are World Champions

Team England Girls are World Champions

2 and a half minutes and 24 women have worked their way to the top spot. By Millie Horne Lets talk about our English team that are world champions. English team that are world champions you say? Who? Team England Cheer and if you didn’t know. You are about to know. Team England All Girl Elite team beat 13 other […]

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Leeds Trinity University’s first ever Varsity

Leeds Trinity University’s first ever Varsity

By Millie Horne The 21st March 2018 saw Leeds Trinity University take part in it’s very first Varsity. York St Johns joined them to create a busy day, filled full of sport. Wins included Men’s Basketball and Badminton. Followed by some close losses for teams such as Netball; who finished a nail biting 10 points behind York to make the […]

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Yorkshire International Football Association aiming for nationwide reach in summer

Yorkshire International Football Association aiming for nationwide reach in summer

By Jonny Whitfield Yorkshire is home to some of the biggest football clubs in the country – Leeds United and Sheffield United are just two. And while any number of people in Yorkshire adore their football, what do you think they would give to represent their region on the national stage? Meet the county’s latest brainwave, Yorkshire’s International Football Association […]

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Rotherham United: The club that nearly died

Rotherham United: The club that nearly died

By George Sanders It is almost a decade ago that Rotherham United Football Club had no other choice but to leave Millmoor, their home ground that the club had been situated at for over 100 years. Since then the club have moved to the brand new AESSEAL New York Stadium and have even enjoyed Championship football in the town. However […]

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From League Two to Wembley, Bradford’s ten years of success.

From League Two to Wembley, Bradford’s ten years of success.

By Ben Emmott 28th April 2007, the day Bradford City got relegated to the depths of League Two. A 3-0 defeat away at Chesterfield secured the Bantams place in the division for the first time in 25 years, and resulted in Stuart McCall becoming Manager. Fast forward ten years and Stuart McCall was stood in the dugout for his second […]

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