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Football News Roundup – January 30, 2013

  • Summerfield smells team spirit
    Burton assistant boss Kevin Summerfield saluted his team for their spirit as they came from a goal down to draw 1-1 at Oxford.
  • Birmingham reject Wolves bids
    Birmingham City have confirmed that they have rejected bids from Wolves for Curtis Davies and Marlon King.
  • Marshall excited about run-in
    There is a buzz in the Leicester camp as the npower Championship promotion race begins to hot up, according to Foxes winger Ben Marshall.
  • Troisi attracting interest
    Sky Sports understands that West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United are interested in signing James Troisi from Atalanta.
  • Hutton eyeing permanent move
    On-loan Real Mallorca right-back Alan Hutton says he would relish an extended stay at the Spanish club after completing his move from Aston Villa.
  • Clarke upbeat on Gera injury
    West Brom manager Steve Clarke is optimistic Zoltan Gera will be back for the start of pre-season training after knee surgery.
  • Premier League preview
    Liverpool will be keen to bounce back from FA Cup embarrassment when they take on Arsenal, while Manchester United entertain Southampton.
  • Lambert positive despite loss
    Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert thought his side deserved something for their efforts after losing 2-1 to Newcastle at Villa Park.
  • Magpies pour misery on Pompey
    Jeff Hughes and Francois Zoko netted late goals to earn 10-man Notts County a battling 2-0 victory away to struggling Portsmouth on Tuesday.
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