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Football News Roundup – February 13, 2013



  • Ridgewell praises cool Clarke
    West Brom defender Liam Ridgewell has praised manager Steve Clarke for remaining cool during the Baggies' recent rough patch.
  • Lambert welcomes Villa break
    Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has welcomed the club's two-week break from matches as a chance to get some of his key players fit to help in the club's relegation battle.
  • Reid wants Lukaku to stay
    Steven Reid is hoping West Brom can keep on-loan Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku for another season.
  • Clough rues luck after loss
    Derby boss Nigel Cough felt his side were unlucky to lose as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at high-flying Hull City on Tuesday evening.
  • Pearson rues missed chances
    Leicester manager Nigel Pearson felt his side were lacking at both ends of the pitch during their 2-1 FA Cup fourth round replay loss at home to Huddersfield.
  • Hull move into second position
    Ahmed Elmohamady snatched a dramatic late winner as Hull City beat Derby 2-1 at home and fired them into second place in the Championship.
  • Wigan next for Huddersfield
    Huddersfield booked an FA Cup fifth-round date at home to Premier League Wigan after seeing off Leicester 2-1 in their replay at the King Power Stadium.
  • Huddersfield in Robins talks
    Coventry boss Mark Robins has been given permission to talk to Huddersfield about their vacant managerial position.
  • Foster: Best of my career
    West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster claims that his performance during Monday's victory over Liverpool at Anfield was 'the best of my career'.
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