MidlandsFootball.co.uk Your source for footy in the Midlands! Derby, Forest, Wolves, Villa, etc…


Football News Roundup – January 14, 2013

  • Ipswich weigh up move for Camp
    Sky Sports understands Ipswich have held talks with Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp over a possible move to Portman Road.
  • Doris trial impresses Clark
    Birmingham manager Lee Clark says he has been impressed by Arbroath man Steven Doris after the striker spent time on trial at St Andrew's.
  • McLoughlin makes Walsall switch
    MK Dons goalkeeper Ian McLoughlin has joined League One rivals Walsall on a short-term loan.
  • Smith: Saddlers were fantastic
    Walsall manager Dean Smith insists the Saddlers would have been a match for anyone after they claimed a third straight win.
  • Robins slams below-par City
    Coventry boss Mark Robins lamented a below-par showing as his side's record run of six away wins in a row was ended by Carlisle.
  • Lukaku wants West Brom stay
    Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is keen to open talks with West Brom about extending his stay for another season.
  • Slick Saddlers scoop the points
    First-half goals from Febian Brandy and Paul Downing set Walsall on their way to a third straight win - 3-1 at Preston.
  • Robson heads Carlisle to victory
    A second-minute goal from Matty Robson was enough for Carlisle to beat Coventry 1-0 at a snowy Brunton Park on Sunday.
Filed under: News Roundup Comments Off