Sport Djamel Abdoun of Nottingham Forest, centre, takes on Paul Gallagher, left, and David Buchanan of Preston North End

Nottingham Forest may have swept aside Sam Allardyce’s beleaguered West Ham to claim a Premier League scalp in the third round but Preston of League One proved an altogether tougher nut to crack in last night’s FA Cup fourth-round tie her.

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The League One side left the Ricoh Arena after a lengthy row over rent

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Would you travel 34 miles for a home game? Coventry City fans may have to get used to the drive to Northampton

Football League look set to make a decision on ground-share agreement that will see Coventry play their home games at Northampton Town's Sixfields

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Group purchases Coventry City FC, but doubts linger about where team will play

Sky Blues remain in administration and fans face baffling business complexities as uncertainties remain

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Play up and play the game, chaps... and push over anyone in the way: Sheffield school teams prepare to play football according to the 1858 rules

The match is taking place at Hallam FC’s Sandygate Road ground – reputed to be the oldest in the world – to celebrate its history in the local community

Swansea celebrate with the club's first ever major trophy

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Exeter City to face QPR

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Ricoh Arena offered to Coventry rent-free

A row over the stadium has been going on for months

Community invests to save Aldershot Town football club

Fan power kicks-off a share offer to steer Aldershot Town out of receivership.

Sign of the chimes: Portsmouth supporters

Portsmouth exit administration after fans take over at Fratton Park

Portsmouth have moved out of administration and are now officially owned by the Pompey Supporters' Trust (PST), administrators BDO confirmed on Friday.

28 charged over football 'disorder' after fighting at Shrewsbury last October

Timing follows violence over weekend at Wembley and Newcastle

Former owner Balram Chainrai was seldom seen at matches

Ian Burrell: Now Portsmouth will finally be run by people who care

Today I’m looking forward to my first game as an owner of my football club. Not just me – thousands of other fans have forked out money for a share of Portsmouth FC and saved it from going to the wall.

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Coventry promotion hopes ended after 10 point deduction

The Sky Blues were 10th in npower League One but drop to 14th

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The Calvin Report on Portsmouth 2 Coventry City 0: Pompey win debtors' derby while both teams await higher judgment

The courts will soon decide the future of Portsmouth and Coventry, rivals joined in uncertainty

Northern Ireland's qualifier against Russia put on ice once again

Northern Ireland's World Cup Group F qualifier against Russia was postponed for the second time in 24 hours as the Windsor Park pitch in Belfast was again judged unplayable yesterday. The match was the highest-profile victim as bad weather hit football across the country with four games in League One and six in League Two also called off.

Even the arrival of the Olympics does not bring much financial cheer as the club does not own the Ricoh

High Court to look into Coventry City finances

A High Court judge is next week due to analyse the finances of Coventry City after the owner of the stadium where the League One football club plays said it was owed rent.

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