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Football News Roundup – March 14, 2013

  • Freeman receives Wales call
    Derby defender Kieron Freeman has been named in the Wales Under-21 squad for their forthcoming UEFA European Championship qualifier against Moldova.
  • King eyes on next season
    Birmingham striker Marlon King is already planning for next season after his current campaign was brought to a premature end.
  • Pearson looking for points
    Manager Nigel Pearson admits Leicester need a victory quickly in order to get their Championship promotion challenge back on track.
  • Coventry expect administration
    Chief executive Tim Fisher admits Coventry have been prepared for the possible threat of an administration order and are working with their advisers to "minimise the damage to the club".
  • West Brom freeze tickets
    West Brom have announced they will be freezing their season ticket prices for next season.
  • Ezekiel chasing dream switch
    Standard Liege striker Imoh Ezekiel has welcomed reports linking him with an imminent move to England or France.
  • Fears increase over Coventry
    Coventry face the threat of administration after stadium owners went to the High Court over a claim of £1.3m in unpaid rent.
  • Clarke set for surgery
    Coventry striker Leon Clarke will undergo surgery on his ankle on Monday and will not feature again this season.
  • Ward and Bryson set to return
    Derby have pencilled in leading scorer Jamie Ward and midfielder Craig Bryson for a return to full training on Friday ahead of the televised home clash against Leicester.
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