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The Wales international is keen to move to the Bernabeu

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The former Bolton manager has been out of work since last year

Gus Poyet has been linked with the role

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Dave Whelan claims to have received 30 applications already

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Current contract expires in the summer

Oldham celebrate their FA Cup victory over Liverpool

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Paul Ince says club boards should come out more in support of their managers; otherwise 'it creates an atmosphere that affects the crowd'

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Peter Crouch

Peter Crouch and Christopher Samba on QPR's radar

The Premier League's bottom side are looking to make more additions

The Sports Matrix: Monday 28 January 2013

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