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Football News Roundup – January 2, 2013

  • Prem clubs tracking Pritchard
    Sky Sports understands Charlton midfielder Bradley Pritchard is being tracked by Aston Villa, Fulham and Reading.
  • Cook critical of Spireites
    Paul Cook was left to rue missed chances after watching Chesterfield go down 1-0 to former club Accrington.
  • Plymouth's Young turning heads
    Sky Sports understands a number of clubs are chasing highly-rated Plymouth youngster Luke Young.
  • Smith lauds prodigious Paterson
    Jamie Paterson came in for special praise after his super strike at the Banks's Stadium gave Walsall their third win in four games.
  • Curle seeking home comforts
    Keith Curle was left ruing several missed chances against MK Dons after another home defeat for Notts County.
  • Burton boss curses slow start
    Burton manager Gary Rowett was disappointed with his side's performance after they slumped to yet another away defeat.
  • McLeish calls for new stars
    New Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish expressed a strong desire for buying new players after a 3-0 defeat at Blackburn.
  • Robins left scratching his head
    Mark Robins felt Coventry had created enough chances to win "four or five games" after seeing them go down 1-0 at home to Shrewsbury.
  • Clough wants to keep players
    Derby manager Nigel Clough has made it clear he does not want to lose any of his players during the January transfer window.
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