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Is Gordon Strachan off his rocker?

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"We can still get there"

World champions Germany won 3-2 at Hampden on Monday to leave the Scots fourth in Group D - four points behind third-placed Republic of Ireland.

The top two in the nine groups and best third-placed team qualify; the other eight in third face a two-leg play-off.
"We are still in this," said Strachan, whose side host Poland and visit Gibraltar in their final two games.

Unlike group leaders Germany, Poland and Republic of Ireland, Scotland cannot now claim one of the two automatic qualification spots.

Waddle pleased at North East Club for using fundraising App first

Chris Waddle joins Football Bingo team

Chris Waddle is delighted the first club to kick off FootballBuster is from the North East. Horden CW AFC have been the first off the mark to take advantage of the new FootballBuster Fundraising App. The Horden football club based near Peterlee, County Durham, England, were formed in 1908 and joined the North Eastern League in 1935. They reached the 2nd round of the FA Cup in the 1938–39 season. Ryan Cuthbert has been the proactive force getting the supporters to join in the newly created game using the website and new App.

Ex-England Football star Chris Waddle involved in ground breaking grassroots football fundraising initiative.

Buster Games take technological step to bridge the grassroots fundraising gap.


Mark Robson's Norwich City Contract terminated

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Following Saturdays 2-1 loss to Nottingham Forest, Norwich City has fired its first-team coach Mark Robson.
Robson joined Norwich City back in October 2013, when he was appointed coach of the Norwich City under-21 development squad. When Neil Adams took over the management of the Canaries, Robson was appointed assistant first team coach, but a month later the team was relegated from the Premier League, and are currently tenth in the Championship with just one in win in eight games.

Nottingham Forest end winless run with victory over Norwich City

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After nine consecutive league games without a win, The Reds manager, Stuart Pearce, finally saw his side pick up three
points from Saturday's 2-1 win over Norwich City. Although Norwich midfielder Jonny Howson put the Canaries ahead with his first goal of the season in the 16th minute of the game, Forest manged to come from behind, equalizing five minutes to the end of official time, before Michail Antonio powered in the winning goal in stoppage time.

Neil Redfearn finally secures Leeds United win.


After a winless eight game run, Leeds United finally secured a win on Saturday when they beat Blackpool 3-1 at Elland Road. It was also The Peacocks first win under new head coach Neil Redfearn, who took over the reins from Darko Milanic who was sacked last month after failing to secure a win in any of the six games he controlled.

Scott Fenwick signs deal with Hartlepool United

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After an impressive week long trial with Hartlepool, in which he scored both goals in the Monkey Hangers Reserves 2-1 win over Gateshead on Wednesday, Dunston UTS striker Scott Fenwick, has signed an eighteen-month contract with Paul Murray's side.

Hartlepool United are currently at the bottom of the League Two table, and Murray is clearly hoping his latest signing can change that position as he made clear on the club website saying; "I've worked closely with him in training and the thing I have noticed is that he very rarely misses so I'm delighted to have him here."

Brian Lenihan signs one month loan deal with Blackpool

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Hull City defender Brian Lenihan has become new Blackpool manager Lee Clark's fourth signing, after joining the Seasiders on a one-month loan deal.Lenihan, joined the Tigers back in August, but hasn't yet made a first team appearance for the club.He is expected to make his debut against Leeds on Saturday, and his new manager, Lee Clark, is hoping he can help fill the gap left by Pool Captain Tony McMahon who was suspended during Wednesday's 2-2 draw at Fulham when he kicked out at Fulham's Hugo Rodallega.

Simon Funnell leaving Grinstead Town.

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Ryman League Division One South club East Grinstead Town manager Simon Funnell has left the club after three years at its helm.Although Funnell led The Wasps to their best finish ever last season, when the club came second in the Sussex County League and earned promotion to the Ryman League, they are currently among the last three on the table.

Chairman Richard Tramontin revealed that it is this poor position that led to the mutual decision by both Funnell and
Grinstead Town's board for him to leave his position, saying; "The committee spoke at great length with Simon before

Stuart Pearce speaks out on Nottingham Forest's "bad run".

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Nottingham Forest's winless run was extended to ten matches on Wednesday when The Reds lost 3-1 to Brentford at the City Ground. The loss saw Forest drop to the eleventh position on the League Table, while Brentford advanced to ninth and within two points of the Championship play-off places.

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