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The Arsenal match against Coventry will be played on the Friday night

Alan Pardew's Newcastle suffered a 2-1 defeat by Cardiff in the FA Cup third round
Paul Lambert says he still has confidence in his players despite a fourth straight defeat which saw them get booed off after the 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace

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Neil Warnock once joked that he would take over Wednesday and try to get them relegated

Neil Warnock rules himself out of the running for vacant Sheffield Wednesday job

The former Blades boss admits taking over the Owls would be too divisive and that it's time to 'put myself to bed'

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Neil Warnock once joked that he would take over Wednesday and try to get them relegated

'Blade' Neil Warnock in running to rescue Sheffield Wednesday

Neil Warnock once joked if he ever became Sheffield Wednesday manager he would do his best to get them relegated, instead he may become the man tasked with keeping the Championship club up.

Clint Hill's determination has prolonged his career beyond what many thought possible

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Arsene Wenger said he thought the English game was '99.9 per cent' clean but said the threat was there

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Sean O'Driscoll sacked by Bristol City after just 10 months in charge

O'Driscoll oversaw relegation from League One and the Robins have struggled in League Two since

The Crawley Town manager Richie Barker is just 38 but has a catalogue of qualifications

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It is often said a manager learns more in the bad times than the good, in which case Crawley Town’s Richie Barker is currently receiving a fast-track education.

Nigel Clough has been announced as the new manager of Sheffield United

Nigel Clough confirmed as new manager of Sheffield United

Former Derby County boss drops down to League One after signing a two-and-a-half-year deal

Andros Townsend celebrates with Kyle Walker after the former scored on his England debut

England v Poland: Andros Townsend backed to light up 2014 World Cup if picked says Tottenham team-mate Kyle Walker

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