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A look ahead to tonight’s Capital One Cup second round fixture at Brisbane Road
Continuing our weekly column uncovering the reality of football down in the lower leagues
The new Manchester United manager has deep-seated Christian beliefs
The League One side fear for their existence
London derby at the Emirates over Christmas to be axed
West Ham United named the "first-ranked bidder", although they may have to wait awhile
With West Ham due next week to be named as preferred bidders, Robin Scott-Elliot answers the key questions
Fulham left-back Matthew Briggs has joined Bristol City in a one-month loan deal.
Everton 5 Leyton Orient 0
Everton assistant manager Steve Round is adamant Leighton Baines will not leave the club during this transfer window.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has warned London's Olympic Stadium could become a "white elephant" if his side are not allowed to relocate there.
A Formula One race could be staged in and around the Olympic Stadium after it was reported a bid for future use of the venue included such plans for the showpiece arena of the London 2012 Games.
Arsenal yesterday became the first London club to signal their home Boxing Day fixture was under threat from proposed industrial action that would hit Tube services in the capital. The club said that they were "monitoring the situation" regarding the proposed London Underground strike which could affect their game against Wolves on Monday.
The Olympic Stadium could have retractable seating installed over the running track after the London 2012 Games to make it more attractive to football fans, it can be disclosed.
Blue Square Conference leaders Wrexham led the giantkilling in yesterday's FA Cup Second Round, Jamie Tolley's goal just after the half-hour enough to beat League One Brentford 1-0 at Griffin Park and earn the Red Dragons a place in this afternoon's Third Round draw, with its tantalising potential for a tie at Old Trafford, Anfield or the Emirates.
You would have thought a man who lost £40m in less than a year in football would have had his fill, but Mark Goldberg's passion for the game is as strong as ever.