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Football News Roundup – December 28, 2012

  • Forest confirm McLeish boss
    Nottingham Forest have confirmed Alex McLeish as their new manager after sacking Sean O'Driscoll earlier this week.
  • Tomlin attracting interest
    Sky Sports understands a number of clubs from League One are chasing Southend striker Gavin Tomlin.
  • Robins keen on Bailey return
    Mark Robins has signalled his desire to bring James Bailey back to Coventry either permanently or on another loan deal.
  • Bailey makes Rams return
    Derby midfielder James Bailey makes return to Pride Park following his loan spell at Coventry.
  • Guzan backs Lambert policy
    Goalkeeper Brad Guzan is backing Paul Lambert's long-term plan at Aston Villa - despite the club conceding 12 goals in their last two Premier League matches.
  • Lambert backing young squad
    Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has backed his young squad to battle back from two crushing defeats.
  • Tottenham boss backs Lambert
    Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has urged Aston Villa to stick with boss Paul Lambert despite two heavy defeats in as many matches.
  • O'Driscoll exit shocks players
    Nottingham Forest players have expressed their surprise following the departure of manager Sean O'Driscoll.
  • Clough delighted with Jacobs
    Derby manager Nigel Clough believes winger Michael Jacobs is adjusting well to life in the Championship.
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