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Football News Roundup – January 6, 2013

  • Saunders to speak with Wolves
    League One Doncaster have confirmed that they have given Dean Saunders permission to speak to Wolves about their managerial vacancy.
  • Saunders heads Molineux list
    Wolves manager Stale Solbakken has been fired following their 1-0 FA Cup loss at Luton - and Sky Sports understands Doncaster boss Dean Saunders tops the shortlist of those in the running to succeed him.
  • Clough hails Bennett strike
    Derby manager Nigel Clough singled out Mason Bennett's goal as the highlight of the 5-0 defeat of Tranmere in the FA Cup third-round tie at Pride Park.
  • Keen disappointed at QPR draw
    Kevin Keen admitted his disappointment after West Brom let their 1-0 lead slip in the dying stages of the FA Cup third round tie with QPR.
  • Cook slams weak performance
    Paul Cook pulled no punches after Chesterfield's 2-1 defeat at Wycombe, labelling his spineless side "soft and weak".
  • Appleton hopes duo will stay
    Blackpool boss Michael Appleton hopes Tom Ince and Alex Baptiste will stay at the club after starting in the 1-1 FA Cup third round draw with Fulham on Saturday.
  • McLeish slams 'woeful' Forest
    New boss Alex McLeish was left scratching his head after Nottingham Forest were upset 3-2 by Oldham in the third round of the FA Cup.
  • Robins: Spurs made it tough
    Mark Robins admits his Coventry team faced an uphill struggle in their FA Cup clash with Tottenham from the moment the hosts' team was announced.
  • Clark upset by Packwood break
    Birmingham manager Lee Clark promised his full support to Will Packwood after the teenager broke his fibula and tibia during their 1-1 FA Cup draw with Leeds.
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