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Football: Chester face FA inquiry

CHESTER FACE an inquiry by the Football Association after Chris Foy, a Merseyside referee, was attacked by an irate supporter during their 2-0 home defeat against Rochdale yesterday. Foy was attacked minutes after sending off the Chester defender Darren Moss for a second bookable offence.

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SECOND ROUND DRAW

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Football: Megson's Stoke off the mark

STOKE CITY won their first league game under manager Gary Megson yesterday as they overcame Millwall 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium, sending the Londoners into the bottom four of the Second Division.

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WALES HOPE to name their new manager early next week after interviews being held in the next 48 hours.

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Simon Turnbull finds a shrewd man behind a small club's rise

FootbalL: Gent Gould goes gracefully

AS MIGHT have been expected from Bobby Gould, he fell on his sword smiling. There was no bitterness, no regrets, although there ought to have been a few. The last time he handed in his notice, when manager of Coventry, it was in the gent's loo at Loftus Road. This time, as manager of Wales, it was in the doping room at Stadio Dall'Ara, but on neither occasion were urine samples necessary for his teams: Gould knew it was he himself who had tested positive for failure.

Obituary: Albert Fearnley

ALBERT FEARNLEY was a rugged and effective Yorkshire forward who went on to become one of the most charismatic and influential of coaches.

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Name: Captain Gas.

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Football: Deadline day transfers

TRANSFERS

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Preston back on the pace

PRESTON, WHO lost 2-1 at Reading on Saturday, put their Second Division promotion challenge back in gear with a 5-0 thrashing of Lincoln City at Deepdale last night.
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