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Football News Roundup – March 1, 2013

  • The FF Show webchat
    Have YOUR say on Benitez's outburst, Wenger's future and the other Premier League managers.
  • Chelsea too soon for Clarke
    West Brom head coach Steve Clarke has played down his chances of replacing Rafael Benitez as Chelsea manager in the summer.
  • Clay injury blow for Spireites
    Chesterfield will be without Craig Clay for around a month after he was diagnosed with a double hernia.
  • Foster ends England exile
    West Brom manager Steve Clarke has confirmed that Baggies goalkeeper Ben Foster is available again for England selection.
  • Wolves v Watford preview
    Stephen Hunt comes into contention for his first league start of the season on Friday night as struggling Wolves play host to promotion-chasing Watford.
  • CS: Town result was a one-off
    Leicester's previous league meeting with Ipswich will have little bearing when the Foxes travel to Suffolk for the reverse fixture, according to City assistant manager Craig Shakespeare.
  • McParland returns to Forest
    Ian McParland has returned to Nottingham Forest as the club's new Under-21 coach.
  • Clough won't rush Hughes back
    Derby manager Nigel Clough has no intention of playing Will Hughes until he has fully recovered from a groin strain.
  • Spireites assess five trialists
    Chesterfield have welcomed five players to the club on trial and have already put them through their paces in midweek.
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