Darrell Clarke delighted with Bristol Rovers character

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke felt his team had to overcome a first-half injustice before storming to three well deserved points.The hosts trailed at the interval thanks to a controversial 38th-minute penalty from Charlie Wyke, awarded against Ollie Clarke, who stumbled inside the box and inadvertently kicked the ball against his hand as he looked to break his fall.Manager Clarke said: &...Full Story »

Cooper urges Grubb to maintain high standards

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Forest Green manager Mark Cooper has told former PE teacher Dayle Grubb he needs to keep his standards high after scoring twice in the 5-2 win over Cambridge.The 26-year-old, who signed from non-league Weston-super-Mare earlier this month, netted in each half as his side clinched a crucial victory in the relegation battle.Cambridge took the lead through George Maris only for Forest Green’s...Full Story »

Celtic’s Moussa Dembele ‘not the same’ player as transfer speculation continues

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers concedes that speculation around Moussa Dembele’s future has got to the striker.The Northern Irishman confirmed that there have been “a couple of enquiries” for the 21-year-old French forward, who sat on the bench for Hoops’ 5-0 William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round win at home to Ladbrokes Championship bottom side Brechin.Goals from wingers J...Full Story »

Robbie Neilson: MK Dons battling for League One position

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

MK Dons manager Robbie Neilson admits his side are in a relegation battle after their 2-1 defeat to Northampton on Saturday left them in the League One bottom four. Dons, who targeted promotion at the start of the campaign, were beaten by two first-half goals after John-Joe O’Toole put the Cobblers ahead before Alex Gilbey quickly levelled, only for Chris Long to restore the home side&rsqu...Full Story »

Coventry boss Mark Robins hails Maxime Biamou after victory over Swindon

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Coventry boss Mark Robins compared Maxime Biamou to the late Cyrille Regis after his side saw off Swindon 3-1.Biamou found the net with a great strike in the first half, before Marc McNulty’s brace wrapped up a seventh straight unbeaten home game for the hosts.Ollie Banks pulled a consolation goal back for the visitors as their three-game winning run came to an end.Regis, who died this wee...Full Story »

Chesterfield boss Jack Lester hails Kristian Dennis

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Jack Lester hailed Chesterfield top scorer Kristian Dennis after the striker came off the bench to score a 93rd-minute winner in a 2-1 victory at Yeovil.The three points moved the struggling Spireites to within a point of their hosts in the Sky Bet League Two standings as they followed up the win against leaders Luton to move further away from the relegation zone.“He’s been a big goa...Full Story »

Top scorer Madine going nowhere, insists Bolton boss Parkinson

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Phil Parkinson says it would be “madness” to allow top scorer Gary Madine to leave Bolton during the transfer window.Madine took his tally to 10 league goals this term with a 53rd-minute opener in Wanderers’ 1-1 Skybet Championship draw against Ipswich.Madine and substitute Felipe Morais went close to doubling the hosts’ lead before Joe Garner fired in an 82nd-minute...Full Story »

League One leaders Raith stunned by Stranraer

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Angus Beith continued his rich scoring form with the only goal of the game as Stranraer shocked League One leaders Raith at Stair Park.On-loan Hearts midfielder Beith recorded his sixth goal in 10 games when he fired home from inside the area in the ninth minute.That strike saw mid-table Stranraer inflict only a third league defeat of the season on Raith, who would have moved four points cl...Full Story »

Four-goal Aberdeen show delights boss Derek McInnes

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018 by PA

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was impressed as his side reached the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 4-1 win over St Mirren at Pittodrie.The Dons were 3-1 up at the break thanks to an Adam Rooney penalty and a double from Ryan Christie, with Gavin Reilly having replied for the visitors.Gary Mackay-Steven settled any nerves with his side’s fourth goal early in the second...Full Story »

Christie at the double as Aberdeen cruise to Scottish Cup win over St Mirren

Posted Saturday, January 20, 2018 by PA

Aberdeen made light work of William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round opponents St Mirren as Ryan Christie scored twice in a 4-1 victory.An early Adam Rooney penalty nudged the Dons ahead before Christie netted either side of Gavin Reilly’s strike for the visitors.Gary Mackay-Steven added a fourth after the interval for Aberdeen as their top-flight class told against the Buddies.The home side...Full Story »

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