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Football News Roundup – January 27, 2013

  • Odemwingie in fresh outburst
    Peter Odemwingie has accused West Bromwich Albion of 'stealing' his loyalty and says he should have handed in a transfer request 12 months ago.
  • Robins rues missed chances
    Coventry boss Mark Robins wants the Sky Blues to be more clinical and believes striker Leon Clarke can be the cure.
  • Smith targets another run
    Walsall boss Dean Smith said he was proud of his players after a 2-0 defeat at Colchester, who ended their nine-game losing run.
  • Saunders feeling 'pressure'
    Dean Saunders admitted feeling pressure after Wolves had thrown away an early lead to lose 2-1 at home to Blackpool.
  • Curle upbeat despite defeat
    Keith Curle paid tribute to his Notts County players after their 22-game unbeaten away run in the league was ended at Leyton Orient.
  • Proud Clark not concerned
    Birmingham boss Lee Clark says he is proud to be manager of "a massive football club" and is not discouraged by the possible sale of key players this month.
  • Rowett praises Brewers pair
    Burton boss Gary Rowett singled out Ian Sharps and Stuart Tomlinson after Albion secured a scrappy 1-0 win against Barnet.
  • McLeish: We were brain dead
    Nottingham Forest manager Alex McLeish slammed his defence following the 3-0 home defeat to Watford.
  • Cook left to rue late defeat
    Chesterfield manager Paul Cook felt his team were unlucky to lose 1-0 at home to Southend.
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