Morecambe prove too wise for Chesterfield

FA Cup review

Decision time for League pair

FOOTBALL: ON THE MOVE

TRANSFERS

Football: Fry beaten at the youth game by his Barnet successor

THIRD DIVISION; Phil Shaw sees Posh dislodged at the top by their promotion rivals

Football: Burnley steal a march on rivals

Round-up

Football: Cup boos for Wolves

WYCOMBE WANDERERS beat Wolves 4-2 at Molineux last night to pull off the biggest upset in the first-round ties in the Worthington Cup.

Rizzo rescues lucky Palace

THE AUSTRALIAN Nicky Rizzo saved Crystal Palace's Worthington Cup blushes with a last-gasp equaliser in their first round, first leg match at Colchester last night.

Supporters hit back at `rip-off' soccer clubs

IT WAS a throwaway line from a top premier club official. It was "off the record", so neither he, nor the club, can be named. Asked why soccer's bosses objected to fans having greater involvement with their clubs, he explained it would be "an interference in their commercial freedom".

Football: The minnows to march on Downing Street

Exclusive: As game bends over backward for Man U, the little men are united. By Mark Rowe

Summer Reading: Novels by O'Brien and Okri and a life of Havel

The new millennium has created a strain of nostalgia in the books out this autumn. Almost everyone is looking back in time. J M Roberts, the author of the best-selling Penguin History of the World, has focused on the 20th century to produce the authoritative guide - The History of the World, 1901 to the Present.

Football: Mooney shows value

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