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Football News Roundup – January 17, 2013

  • Derby announce £8m losses
    Derby CEO Sam Rush insists the club are heading in the right direction, despite announcing a marginally increased loss of almost £8million for the last financial year.
  • Loan move for Derby keepers
    Derby goalkeepers Ross Atkins and Saul Deeney are to be made available for loan.
  • Rams boss defends O'Driscoll
    Derby boss Nigel Clough feels former Nottingham Forest manager Sean O'Driscoll was harshly treated by the club.
  • No Brayford approach - Clough
    Derby have not been approached by Cardiff about signing right-back John Brayford, according to Rams boss Nigel Clough.
  • Tranmere slip up at Coventry
    Coventry condemned table-topping Tranmere to only their fifth defeat of the season as Leon Clarke's goal secured a 1-0 win for City.
  • Birmingham eye Slovak keeper
    Sky Sports understands Championship club Birmingham City are interested in signing former Celtic keeper Lubos Kamenar.
  • Milwall set to sign Tyson
    Millwall are set to sign Derby County striker Nathan Tyson on loan until the end of the season.
  • Forest seal Al-Rashidi deal
    Kuwait international Khalid Al-Rashidi has been granted a work permit, clearing him to link up with Nottingham Forest.
  • Clarke hopeful as stars return
    West Brom boss Steve Clarke says he expects the Baggies fortunes to take a turn for the better as key players return from injury.
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