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Football News Roundup – March 26, 2013

  • Henry up for relegation battle
    Wolves skipper Karl Henry insists relegation is "unthinkable" and believes the club will be a different animal next season after boss Dean Saunders stamps his mark in the summer.
  • Rowett runs rule over trialists
    Burton Albion boss Gary Rowett has revealed he is casting his eye over some trialists this week.
  • Gregory backing Benteke coup
    Ex-Aston Villa boss John Gregory believes Christian Benteke's arrival should keep Paul Lambert in the job for another two seasons.
  • Butler commits to Saddlers
    Walsall skipper Andy Butler has penned a new one-year contract at the Banks's Stadium.
  • Yacob happy at West Brom
    Claudio Yacob has expressed his pride at playing an important role for West Bromwich Albion in his first season in the Premier League.
  • Coventry hopeful of Ricoh deal
    Coventry say they are hopeful their remaining League One home games this season will be at the Ricoh Arena.
  • Spireites v Argyle rescheduled
    Plymouth Argyle's match at Chesterfield, which was postponed on Saturday following a heavy snowfall, has been rescheduled.
  • Kiwomya set for Magpies hotseat
    Chris Kiwomya is in "pole position" to be named the next permanent manager of Notts County.
  • Saunders cools Ikeme incident
    Wolves manager Dean Saunders has played down the incident which led to goalkeeper Carl Ikeme breaking his hand.
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