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Football News Roundup – April 18, 2014

  • Villa v Southampton preview
    Aston Villa will aim to buck a run of four consecutive Premier League defeats when they host Southampton at Villa Park.
  • Russell: We can get promotion
    Johnny Russell feels Derby County have what it takes to catch Burnley, starting with their next game against Doncaster.
  • Parker says Birmingham ready
    Birmingham City Ladies manager David Parker admits his side have a "mountain to climb" if they are to overcome Tyreso FF when the sides meet in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final this weekend.
  • Up for the fight
    Shaun Derry says his experience of fighting relegation as a player can help him lead Notts County to safety.
  • Lambert looks to Villa future
    Paul Lambert insists he wants to stay on at Aston Villa and is targeting summer signings to fire the club up the Premier League.
  • Cohen looking to prove worth
    Chris Cohen believes he, and every other member of the Nottingham Forest squad, must prove themselves to incoming boss Stuart Pearce.
  • Sako hints at Wolves stay
    Bakary Sako has hinted that he will still be a Wolverhampton Wanderers player next season, with it his intention to honour his contract.
  • James: Tough to snub United
    Matty James found it 'difficult' to turn down a new deal at Manchester United, but has seen that decision justified at Leicester City.
  • Lambert silent on coaching duo
    Paul Lambert has refused to discuss the situation surrounding backroom duo Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa following the pair's suspension pending an internal investigation.
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Football News Roundup – April 17, 2014

  • Westwood: Villa are focused
    Aston Villa midfielder Ashley Westwood says the players' focus is on their next game against Southampton, despite the problems at the club.
  • Lerner comes out fighting
    Aston Villa chairman Randy Lerner has issued a bullish statement in reaction to the suspension of two of his coaching staff, stressing the importance of "loyalty and commitment" to the club's cause.
  • Vaughan making injury progress
    Nottingham Forest midfielder David Vaughan has stepped up his comeback from injury by playing 45 minutes for the Under-21s.
  • Jackett: Wolves have moved on
    Kenny Jackett is not expecting to welcome many of those currently out on loan back into his ranks at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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Football News Roundup – April 16, 2014

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Football News Roundup – April 15, 2014

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Football News Roundup – April 14, 2014

  • Ridgewell: Row rallied WBA
    Liam Ridgewell believes a recent dressing room row has helped to rally West Brom's players in the battle for Premier League survival.
  • Berahino reprimanded by Albion
    West Brom have taken action against Saido Berahino after the striker was videoed inhaling nitrous oxide in his car after Albion's 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United last month.
  • Reid:We have to take positives
    Steven Reid admits his teammates were disappointed not to hold on for victory against Tottenham on Saturday but feels the draw against Tim Sherwood's men could be an important point gained by his side.
  • Pearson: Let's finish the job
    Leicester manager Nigel Pearson has urged his side to be professional and finish what they started by winning the Sky Bet Championship, beginning with victory at Reading on Monday night.
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Football News Roundup – April 13, 2014

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Football News Roundup – April 12, 2014

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Football News Roundup – April 11, 2014

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Football News Roundup – April 10, 2014

  • Baker form pleases Lambert
    Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has hailed the form of Nathan Baker despite his defence shipping 10 goals in their last three games.
  • Ups and downs
    Tuesday night’s match with Brighton was supposed to be a celebration for Leicester - but instead it was disappointing to say the least.
  • Lambert makes Weimann point
    Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says Andreas Weimann needs to be given time after failing to hit the goalscoring highs of last year.
  • Togwell back, Bennett goes
    Chesterfield have recalled Sam Togwell from his loan at Wycombe, while on-loan striker Mason Bennett has returned to parent club Derby.
  • Villa's Bennett targets more
    Joe Bennett insists there is 'much, much more' to come as he seeks to establish himself as the regular left-back in Aston Villa's side.
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Football News Roundup – April 9, 2014

  • Celtic pair looking to future
    Celtic youngsters Dylan McGeouch and Jackson Irvine hope they have got futures with the club when they return to Parkhead in the summer.
  • Aurier: Arsenal are a dream
    Toulouse full-back Serge Aurier has told Foot Mercato that he would not be able to reject a move to Arsenal after outlining a desire to play in the Premier League.
  • Gray frustrated by Owls slip
    Stuart Gray was left frustrated as he saw his Sheffield Wednesday side throw away a two-goal lead as they drew 3-3 at 10-man Nottingham Forest.
  • Ferguson laments same old woes
    Blackpool caretaker boss Barry Ferguson remains confident his side are good enough to avoid relegation despite their miserable form continuing with a 3-1 defeat to Derby.
  • Pearson disappointed in defeat
    Leicester manager Nigel Pearson described his side's performance in the 4-1 defeat by Brighton at the King Power Stadium as "very poor, lacklustre and disappointing."
  • Karanka bans play-off talk
    Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka has banned all talk of the play-offs despite watching his nine-man team emerge as 3-1 victors from a "crazy game" with Birmingham at the Riverside Stadium.
  • Forest fight back to earn draw
    Jamie Paterson rescued a point for 10-man Nottingham Forest as they fought back from two goals down to snatch a 3-3 draw with Sheffield Wednesday and wreck Stuart Gray's return to the City Ground.
  • Boro win to keep hopes alive
    Middlesbrough could still gatecrash the Sky Bet Championship play-off places after nine men claimed a 3-1 victory over Birmingham at the Riverside Stadium.
  • Derby pile misery on Blackpool
    An inspired display from Craig Bryson helped Derby strengthen their grip on a Championship play-off place with a 3-1 victory over struggling Blackpool.
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