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Football News Roundup – January 13, 2014

  • Davies holds Hobbs hope
    Billy Davies remains hopeful that Hull City will keep their word and give Nottingham Forest first refusal on Jack Hobbs.
  • Lambert appeals to Villa fans
    Paul Lambert has urged Aston Villa's fans to help his side through a difficult spell as they prepare to face title chasing Arsenal.
  • Late twist frustrates Pressley
    Steven Pressley was disappointed that Coventry failed to earn three points as two late goals saw Crawley earn a 2-2 draw.
  • Reds earn dramatic late point
    Two goals in the final seven minutes earned Crawley a dramatic 2-2 draw against Coventry City at Sixfields on Sunday.
  • Vydra: Time tight for new man
    West Brom striker Matej Vydra believes new boss Pepe Mel will have to hit the ground running when he takes the team for the first time against Everton next week.
  • Johnston: No Boyd approach
    Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston hopes Kris Boyd stays at the club after confirming there has been no approach from Nottingham Forest.
  • Villa boss fears the sack
    Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert says he "never stops worrying" about getting the sack.
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