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Football News Roundup – March 25, 2013

  • Agbonlahor: Survival is key
    Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor insists Premier League survival is his priority, despite being just a goal away from Dwight Yorke's goal record.
  • Clarke: Coventry will play on
    Football League chairman Greg Clarke insists their priority with Coventry City is to make sure they finish the season.
  • Setbacks for key Wolves trio
    Wolverhampton Wanderers trio Carl Ikeme, Dave Edwards and Bakary Sako all face a battle to play again this season after the injuries picked up against Bristol City on 16 March.
  • Forest owner backs Davies
    Billy Davies has received the unreserved backing of Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al-Hasawi following his side's recent run of good form.
  • Keeper call tough - Ridgewell
    West Brom defender Liam Ridgewell says he does not envy England boss Roy Hodgson having to pick between Joe Hart and Ben Foster after playing alongside both goalkeepers.
  • Ritchie runs off with prize
    Bournemouth winger Matt Ritchie was rewarded with the League One Player of the Year honour after seeing off Leon Clarke and Alan Judge at the Football League Awards.
  • Vydra & Ince win top awards
    Watford striker Matej Vydra was voted the Championship Player of the Year at the Football League awards as Blackpool winger Tom Ince picked up the Young Player of the Year prize.
  • McLeish planning job search
    Alex McLeish is eager to get back into management as soon as possible, with it his intention to land a new job in the summer.
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