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Nurse wins it for Newport as Flynn celebrates new deal

Posted Sunday, October 06, 2019 by PA26 hits

Newport helped Michael Flynn celebrate his new contract with a win as George Nurse scored deep into stoppage time against Carlisle.Flynn signed an extension through to 2022 on Thursday and after a tense clash at Rodney Parade, late substitute Nurse scored the only goal five minutes into time added on.Nurse had only come on in the 87th minute as a replacement for Matt Dolan and his wonder strike ...Full Story »

Kristian Dennis denies Dover at the death

Posted Sunday, October 06, 2019 by PA42 hits

Substitute Kristian Dennis scored a last-gasp equaliser as Notts County salvaged a 2-2 draw at Dover, whose home frustrations increased at the Crabble Athletic Ground.Dover had won just one of their seven home league matches this season, compared to winning six of seven on their travels, and that form continued as they were twice pegged back by County.The hosts took the lead 10 minutes...Full Story »

McDaid double for Dundee downs Abroath

Posted Sunday, October 06, 2019 by PA37 hits

Declan McDaid struck twice as Dundee ensured Arbroath’s first league game against their neighbours in over 40 years ended in a 2-0 defeat.McDaid opened the scoring in the 38th minute with his first goal for the club, the summer signing from Ayr firing in off the post from 25 yards out.The 23-year-old then doubled the lead, and his Dundee account, just before the hour with a rising sho...Full Story »

Lang nets winner as Shrewsbury defeat 10-man Tranmere

Posted Sunday, October 06, 2019 by PA37 hits

Callum Lang’s second goal of the season was enough for Shrewsbury to edge 10-man Tranmere 1-0.Lang’s first-half effort proved the difference between the two sides, with the hosts forced to battle the second half with a man less after Connor Jennings was sent off for a second yellow card.Having been booked early in the action Jennings was then dismissed by referee Craig Hicks in first...Full Story »

Colchester hit back to sink bottom side Stevenage

Posted Sunday, October 06, 2019 by PA34 hits

Colchester came from behind to beat bottom club Stevenage 3-1 and extend their unbeaten Sky Bet League Two run to four matches.Stevenage went close early on through Ben Kennedy’s 40-yard effort before the visitors took a 17th-minute lead when Jason Cowley’s shot from the edge of the area deflected off Luke Prosser and wrong-footed keeper Dean Gerken before flying in.Frank Nouble miss...Full Story »

McAlister rescues added-time point for Morton against Dunfermline

Posted Sunday, October 06, 2019 by PA43 hits

Jim McAlister rescued Morton from a first home defeat of the Ladbrokes Premiership by forcing a 1-1 draw with Dunfermline with almost the last kick of the game.The only highlight in the first half was a goal-line clearance from Tom Beadling, whose last-ditch slide kept out Morton’s Chris Millar.Dunfermline keeper Cammy Gill palmed out Aidan Nesbitt’s attempt after the break before Sa...Full Story »

Lawrence remains in spotlight by helping Derby beat Luton

Posted Sunday, October 06, 2019 by PA49 hits

Tom Lawrence was again in the spotlight as he scored Derby’s second goal in a 2-0 win over Luton on a dreadful afternoon for goalkeeper Simon Sluga.The Croatian stopper gifted Derby both goals, completely missing a Matty Pearson back pass before he was beaten at his near post by a Lawrence cross in the second half.Lawrence, who started his second game following a drink-drive charge, was bo...Full Story »

England pay for missed chances as poor run continues with Brazil defeat

Posted Saturday, October 05, 2019 by PA67 hits

England Women’s World Cup hangover continued as two second-half goals from Brazil striker Debora consigned them to another defeat at a sold-out Riverside Stadium.The Lionesses paid for missed opportunities in a dominant first half and despite an 80th-minute header from Beth England, Phil Neville’s side went down 2-1 – their fifth game without a win.Neville had stressed the impo...Full Story »

One of the troublemaking Club Brugge fans in Madrid has been identified as a police officer

Posted Saturday, October 05, 2019 by Marca.com124 hits

One of the Club Brugge fans that caused trouble at Plaza Mayor in midweek has been identified as a Belgian police officer. The supporters were in Madrid to see their side play Real Madrid at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night. Several fans were captured refusing to pay for beer on La Sexta's cameras and one tried to take the headscarf off a woman who was either asking for spare c...Full Story »

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