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PFA yet to instigate review promised by chief executive Gordon Taylor

The Professional Footballers’ Association has still not made a formal approach to Sport Resolutions to lead an independent review of its organisation almost three months after chief executive Gordon Taylor made that recommendation.
Published last Saturday at 08:26 pm on Telegraph

L1: Luton maintain promotion charge

James Collins scored his 19th goal of the season as League One leaders Luton equalled a 50-year-old club record with a 3-0 win over Wycombe at Kenilworth Road.
Published Saturday at 06:26 pm on SkySports

England Women to play four home friendlies in build-up to World Cup

England Women will play four home friendlies between April and June as they ramp up their preparations for the World Cup in France this summer.
Published Tuesday at 02:36 pm on Telegraph

L1: Luton extend lead over Pompey

James Collins scored twice as Luton won 3-0 at Shrewsbury to extend their lead at the top of Sky Bet League One to six points.
Published Saturday at 06:21 pm on SkySports

EFL promotion races live on Sky

The Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two all feature during a busy month of football on Sky Sports, with 12 EFL fixtures announced across March.
Published Friday at 04:06 pm on SkySports

Chambers: Ex-Players Should Be Fast-Tracked into Refereeing

Blues skipper Luke Chambers believes ex-players should be fast-tracked into refereeing at the end of their careers.
Published Friday at 12:26 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Cattery owner, tube worker and 'I'm A Celebrity'... What happened to Millwall's FA Cup heroes of 2004?

Nearly 15 years on, the memories remain vivid for Millwall’s class of 2004, a group of players who set a new benchmark in the FA Cup for one of English football’s most notoriously unfashionable clubs.
Published Friday at 11:56 am on Telegraph

Merse: Joke if Leeds are docked points

Paul Merson says it would be a "joke" if the EFL decided to deduct points off Leeds, after they admitted to spying at opposition training grounds.  
Published 1 month ago on SkySports

Phil Masinga may not have played often for Leeds but his skill, heart and tenacity made a lasting impression

Philomen Masinga, who died of cancer at the age of 49 on Sunday, was not a Leeds United “cult hero” in the standard sense, though that designation was the most commonly applied one because it is difficult to find the right kind of label newspapers insist on having for a player who scored 11 goals in 39 appearances.
Published 1 month ago on Telegraph

Rob BagchiPhil Masinga may not have played often for Leeds but his skill, heart and tenacity made a lasting impression

Philomen Masinga, who died of cancer at the age of 49 on Sunday, was not a Leeds United “cult hero” in the standard sense, though that designation was the most commonly applied one because it is difficult to find the right kind of label newspapers insist on having for a player who scored 11 goals in 39 appearances.
Published 1 month ago on Telegraph


Walsall's Results
Feb 16Coventry City0 - 3A
Feb 12AFC Wimbledon0 - 1H
Feb 9Blackpool0 - 2A
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Walsall's Fixtures
Feb 23Bradford CityH
Mar 2Burton AlbionA
Mar 9Fleetwood TownH
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League One Table
PosTeamPldGDPts
16Plymouth33-1338
17Gillingham33-1336
18Walsall33-1935
19Bristol R32-434
20Rochdale33-2634
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