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Football News Roundup – August 27, 2013

  • Gera returns to full training
    Zolta Gera has returned to full training at West Bromwich Albion and is hoping to be back in action within 'three to four weeks'.
  • Clark: No more cash available
    Lee Clark has reiterated that Birmingham City will not be making any late transfer swoops as they have no money available.
  • Gerry Baker dies aged 75
    Former St Mirren, Hibernian, Manchester City and Ipswich striker Gerry Baker has died aged 75.
  • Rowett excited by home draw
    Burton boss Gary Rowett is excited by the prospect of his side's first ever home tie in the Capital One Cup.
  • Carlisle v Leicester preview
    Carlisle are likely to be without Sean O'Hanlon for Tuesday night's Capital One Cup clash with Leicester at Brunton Park.
  • Sigurdarson looks to start
    Bjorn Sigurdarson is keen to cement his place as a first-choice striker for Wolves.
  • Swansea eye Odemwingie move
    Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has admitted West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie is on his list of transfer targets.
  • O'Connor returns to Pride Park
    Derby defender James O'Connor has returned to the Midlands club after training with Bristol City last week.
  • Liverpool v Notts C preview
    Liverpool striker Fabio Borini could get a run-out in the Capital One Cup second-round clash against Notts County at Anfield on Tuesday night.
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