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Football News Roundup – September 1, 2013

  • Vale derby ends in violence
    Staffordshire Police arrested 23 people after trouble broke out following the League One clash between Port Vale and Wolves on Saturday.
  • Jackett hails solid performance
    Kenny Jackett has heaped praise on his Wolves side after they claimed a fourth straight victory, beating Port Vale 3-1.
  • Summerfield happy with late win
    Burton assistant manager Kevin Summerfield admitted the game could have gone either way after Albion's 1-0 win at Accrington.
  • Kiwomya keeps it in perspective
    Chris Kiwomya insists he is not under pressure despite seeing his Notts County side slip to a fourth league defeat of the season.
  • Pressley rues missed chances
    Coventry boss Steven Pressley believes his side dropped two points following their 1-1 draw with Shrewsbury at Greenhouse Meadow.
  • Pearson upset with officials
    Leicester boss Nigel Pearson was upset with the officials as he watched his side slip to a 2-1 defeat against Charlton, whose boss Chris Powell was pleased.
  • Coyle pleased with response
    Owen Coyle believes Wigan were good value for their 2-1 win over Nottingham Forest, whose boss Billy Davies bemoaned their first-half performance.
  • Smith accepts changes backfired
    Walsall boss Dean Smith admitted his team selection could have played a part in the first home defeat of the season to Preston.
  • Dyche hails Burnley strikers
    Burnley manager Sean Dyche saluted his strike force after they helped his side to a convincing 3-0 win that maintained the club's impressive record against Derby, whose boss Nigel Clough was disappointed.
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