After extra time; Score at 90min, 1-1
Many regard January as the cruellest month when careers can end and problems start
Rochdale registered one of the shocks of the FA Cup third round yesterday as the League Two side sent Leeds United crashing out with a 2-0 win at Spotland. Goals towards the end of each half from Scott Hogan and Ian Henderson secured a place in the fourth round and Brian McDermott's in-form Championship team could have few complaints after a poor display. The hosts took a deserved lead at the end of the first half when Hogan drifted between Marius Zaliukas and Jason Pearce to meet Peter Vincenti's cross and send a looping header over Paddy Kenny for his 11th goal of the season. The result was sealed in the 83rd minute when Graham Cummins picked out Henderson who volleyed into the top corner.
Essien's agent claims he could move to several European teams that are interested following his lack of first team appearances this season
Now the word is out Poland will be studying videos of him all weekend
The O Zone: Behind the scenes at Leyton Orient
The incident occurred while the 29-year-old was a Sunderland player
Strikers suspended, on loan or returning to haunt former clubs dominated the Saturday agenda
The Wales international is keen to move to the Bernabeu
The former Bolton manager has been out of work since last year
Dave Whelan claims to have received 30 applications already
A look ahead to tonight’s FA Cup fixture at Goodison Park
Oldham take on Everton in the FA Cup after beating Liverpool in the last round
Blackpool were thought to be closing in on the appointment of Paul Ince as manager.
The Premier League's bottom side are looking to make more additions
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