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County forget money blues by stifling Wigan

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Robinho singled out as key to club's success as new manager echoes targets set by Hughes and attitude of Eriksson

Eriksson on verge of Notts County walkout

Sven-Goran Eriksson is close to walking away from Notts County as further turmoil engulfed the club today.

Backe takes over at Notts County

Notts County have confirmed the appointment of Hans Backe as their new manager.

Eriksson has Backe in frame for Magpies post

Sven Goran Eriksson's former assistant Hans Backe will have talks with Notts County regarding the vacant managerial post at the League Two club. Eriksson, director of football at Meadow Lane, is leading the search for Ian McParland's successor after the Scot was sacked. Backe has won four Danish titles with FC Copenhagen and Aalborg.

Eriksson rules himself out of Sweden running

Sven-Goran Eriksson has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant Sweden coaching role, the Swedish FA announced today.

Notts County tip Eriksson to stay

Notts County executive chairman Peter Trembling believes Sven-Goran Eriksson will continue as director of football rather than become manager of Sweden.

Eriksson front-runner for Sweden post

Sven-Goran Eriksson could be installed as Sweden manager by the end of the month after he today emerged as the front-runner to replace Lars Lagerback.

Ferdinand goes back to basics after Capello's sharp reminder

Defender makes amends for his error in Ukraine by responding well to manager's public broadside. Mark Fleming reports

Notts County won't rush manager search

Notts County have stressed they will not be rushed into the appointment of a new manager following the departure of Ian McParland.

Magpies sack McParland

The club have sacked manager Ian McParland. The Scot has been relieved of his duties four days before what would have been his second anniversary in charge of the League Two club.

Swedish FA play down Eriksson link

The Swedish Football Association has played down reports linking Notts County director of football Sven-Goran Eriksson with the national team.

Notts County sack manager McParland

Notts County have sacked manager Ian McParland.

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