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Football News Roundup – January 3, 2013

  • Jones can't understand boos
    Billy Jones has admitted he was shocked to hear the fans' reaction to Chris Brunt during West Bromwich Albion's home defeat against Fulham.
  • Wolves players support boss
    Wolves boss Stale Solbakken has received the backing of his players, despite them dropping to 18th in the Championship.
  • McLeish reunion for Grant
    New Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish has restructured his backroom staff, less than a week after taking over at the City Ground.
  • Boucaud targets Magpies return
    Andre Boucaud hopes to return to Notts County after his loan spell with the League One club ended.
  • Lambert: The future is bright
    Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has predicted a bright future for his young side, despite their lowly league position.
  • Curle hopeful of Judge stay
    Notts County manager Keith Curle insists the club are determined to hang on to their talismanic midfield star Alan Judge, despite interest from a number of Championship clubs.
  • O'Connor set for Albion stay
    Burton Albion are set to extend defender Anthony O'Connor's loan stay at the Pirelli Stadium until the end of the season.
  • Cod Army recruit veteran Lucas
    Fleetwood have added Birmingham goalkeeper David Lucas to their staff as a player/coach.
  • Wood thrilled with debut game
    Leicester's new £2million striker Chris Wood believes his two-goal display against Huddersfield was probably the best debut he has ever enjoyed.
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