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Yorkshire’s dreams of playing in football World Cup nearing fruition

Yorkshire’s dreams of playing in football World Cup nearing fruition

By Simon Crowe THE PEOPLE of Yorkshire could soon see their own county playing on the international stage.

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Slutsky faces another tough test with job on the line at Hull City

Slutsky faces another tough test with job on the line at Hull City

By Dominic Medcalf Leonid Slutsky’s Hull City are in a terrible run of form at the moment, losing three consecutive matches. This has seen them slip down to 20th. Ipswich meanwhile, have been one of the surprise packages of the season, starting well under Mick Mccarthy. They are sitting eighth in the table and only two points from the play-off […]

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Sammy Ameobi to continue Bolton goalscoring form at Preston?

Sammy Ameobi to continue Bolton goalscoring form at Preston?

By Jonny Whitfield Bolton Wanderers midfielder Sammy Ameobi will be looking to add to his recent goal tally when the club face local rivals Preston North End at Deepdale on Friday. Former Newcastle United man Ameobi has scored three goals in his last five games for the Trotters, while striker Gary Madine has netted twice in the same period. Madine […]

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Halifax Town and Sutton United face off in first ever meeting

Halifax Town and Sutton United face off in first ever meeting

By Jack Cousin Halifax Town take on Sutton United at the Knights Community Stadium in what will be the first ever game between the two sides. The Shaymen travel seeking their first win in eight games. United meanwhile have risen to fourth in the National League thanks to an unbeaten run stretching back eight league games. Town goalkeeper Sam Johnson […]

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Wagner optimistic Terriers can find scoring boots on the road again

Wagner optimistic Terriers can find scoring boots on the road again

By Kane Styles David Wagner will take charge of The Terriers for the 100th time when his side travel to the Vitality Stadium to face Bournemouth on Saturday. Both sides will be coming into the game off the back of 1-0 victories. Eddie Howe’s side secured three points at Newcastle courtesy of an injury-time winner from defender Steve Cook, in […]

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Italians in Leeds welcome football manager’s departure after World Cup catastrophe

Italians in Leeds welcome football manager’s departure after World Cup catastrophe

By Ian Molyneaux ITALIANS living in Leeds say it is right that the manager of their national team has left his post after the side failed to reach the World Cup finals for the first time since 1958.

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Italian football boss calls for crisis meeting after World Cup failure

Italian football boss calls for crisis meeting after World Cup failure

By Ian Molyneaux ITALY FAILED to qualify for the World Cup final for the first time since 1958.   In a goalless draw with Sweden at the San Siro last night (Monday) the Italian team were unable to offer a reply to their 1-0 loss at the first leg in Stockholm. 

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Ashton United on seven game unbeaten streak against Warrington Town

Ashton United on seven game unbeaten streak against Warrington Town

By Thomas Reyer Both Ashton United and Warrington Town are having excellent seasons so far in the Evo-Stik Premier Division. They face off in an FA Trophy replay on Tuesday after a 1-1 draw at Hurst Cross. Ashton currently sit fifth in the league, three points behind second-placed Warrington. However, the previous tie was the third game the two sides […]

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Cray Wanderers hoping to cash in with visit to Moneyfields

Cray Wanderers hoping to cash in with visit to Moneyfields

By Josh Chittenden After the original tie was postponed, Cray Wanderers travel to Moneyfields in the FA Trophy second qualifying round on Tuesday, with the winners facing a tough trip to Braintree Town. Both sides are doing well in their respective divisions, with Cray Wanderers currently fourth in the Bostik South. They are unbeaten in 13 games, having played their […]

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Second round of the FA Cup beckons as Guiseley face Accrington

Second round of the FA Cup beckons as Guiseley face Accrington

By Jordan Young After a 0-0 draw in their first match, Guiseley manager Paul Cox is determined that the FA Cup pressure will not be too much for them going into the replay against League Two Accrington Stanley on Tuesday.

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