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Blackpool ace set to try his hand at Premier League football with Palce

Wagstaffe: he bewildered close markers with sleight of foot and changes of direction

David Wagstaffe: Gifted Wolverhampton flankman with a distinctive dribbling style

He was a tantalising crosser who was capable of scorching bursts of acceleration

Blackpool 1 Barnsley 0 match report: Injury time own goal from Scott Wiseman sees Blackpool take late win

Defender was unlucky to deflect a last minute long throw into his own net and give Paul Ince two wins out of two

Nick Blackman slots home a penalty to give Reading a share of the points with Bolton

Bolton 1 Reading 1 match report: Promotion favourites end in draw after David Wheater handball gives Reading second-half penalty

Nick Blackman converted from the spot to cancel out Darren Pratley opener

Mounted police try to restore order at Deepdale on Monday night

The Last Word: What have football and Dr Who got in common? Crass hunger for a spectacle

Hysteria is the last thing you should give to those in or around the bear pit

Rickie Lambert was called up to the England squad on the same day that his wife gave birth

Rickie Lambert’s long and winding road to England recognition

Southampton striker caught Hodgson's attention back in his Fulham days but even the England manager thought 'can he do it on the big stage'

Blackpool midfielder Tom Ince hit with two-game ban for misconduct charge

England Under-21 star had been accused of using an offensive and/or abusive gesture towards a match offical

Roy Hodgson names Wayne Rooney in squad to face Scotland despite shoulder injury

Wayne Rooney has been named in the England squad by Roy Hodgson today, in spite of the Manchester United striker having played just one behind-closed-doors game in pre-season, missing Tuesday’s game in Stockholm with a shoulder injury.

Pitch invasions only show the passion involved in the beautiful game

The steward knocked down by a police horse last night was a sad accident - but injury or violence is not normally a part of pitch invasions at football matches

Steward trampled by police horse during Preston v Blackpool pitch invasion

Blackpool manager Paul Ince furious at pitch invasion, as match steward treated in hospital for shoulder injury

Police on foot and horse try to control the pitch invasion by fans at the final whistle of the Capital One Cup first round match between Preston North End and Blackpool

Video: Steward struck by TWO police horses amid pitch invasion after match between Preston and Blackpool

Paul Ince labelled the scenes an 'absolute joke' and fears it will take someone being stabbed before action is taken

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Doncaster 1 Blackpool 3 match report: Two goals in closing stages gives Seasiders late victory

Gary MacKenzie and Tom Ince give Blackpool victory after Rob Jones had cancelled out Steven Davies' opener

One Direction member Louis Tomlinson has signed a contract with Doncaster Rovers Football Club

One Direction, two careers: Can Louis Tomlinson be a pop star and a footballer at the same time?

Dreams. Most of us never fulfill any. But now One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has aced two of the most common boyhood desires - to be a footballer and a member of a globally successful boy band - in one fell swoop (and at the tender age of 21).

One Direction member Louis Tomlinson has signed a contract with Doncaster Rovers Football Club

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson signs for Doncaster - but don't worry 1D fans, he's sticking with the band

Publicity stunt sees the singer sign for the Championship side

Bafetimbi Gomis has been linked with a move to Newcastle

Transfer news: Newcastle pull out of the hunt for Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis

Magpies £7m bid remains on the table should the French club change their mind, but the hunt goes on for their first signing of the summer

Newcastle’s Sylvain Marveaux, left, and Bobby Grant of Blackpool, right

Newcastle United struggle to find credit from ‘Wonga derby’ against Blackpool

Friendly victory over Blackpool cannot divert bad publicity caused by controversial shirt deal

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In grandfather's footsteps

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A tale of two presidents

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The day America’s love of backyard tigers led to a horrific bloodbath

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How Samuel Beckett became a French Resistance spy

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