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Sheffield United to extend Paddy McCarthy loan deal

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Crystal Palace club captain Paddy McCarthy, who has been on loan with Sheffield United since 3rd October, when he joined The Blades on an initial one month loan deal, looks set to remain at Bramall Lane until at least the end of December on a loan extension deal.

Blackpool sign up Jamie O'Hara

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Former Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara has signed a new deal with Blackpool that is slated to run until 4th January 2015.Twenty eight year old O'Hara who has been without a club since he left Molineux in August, and who only made two short substitute appearances last season, expressed his delight at the deal on the Pool's website, saying; "I'm delighted this opportunity came along, Lee Clark gave me a call and I jumped at the opportunity," adding, "I'm desperate to get back on the football pitch."

Mick Wadsworth resigns from Sheffield FC

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Sheffield FC has announced the departure of Mick Wadsworth, who resigned his position as manager on Monday after under six months at the helm of The Club. Wadsworth's resignation comes on the heels of The Club's 1-0 FA Trophy exit against Witton Albion at Dronfield on Saturday, but Sheffield chairman Richard Tims, was quick to say Wadsworth's decision was based on personal reasons as he explained saying; "Mick has resigned for personal reasons. We didn’t want him to go and tried to see if there was anything we could do."

Fleetwood Town Striker David Ball out for four months out

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Fleetwood Town striker David Ball, who suffered a nasty gash in The Cod Army loss to MK Dons at stadium:mk last month, has been ruled out of action for the next three to four months after a scan revealed that the 24-year-old had sustained a fracture on his leg.
Fleetwood boss Graham Alexander, made the disturbing revelation on the team's official website, saying; "Following on from the injury Bally sustained at MK Dons, he has had a scan which has revealed he has got a fracture in the side of his leg. He is currently in a medical boot and he will be out for between three and four months."

Sami Hyypia delighted by Brighton win

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Brighton & Hove Albion finally managed to secure three points with a 1-0 win over Wigan Athletic on Tuesday at the Amex Stadium.The lone goal of the match was scored in the first minute of the game by midfielder Gary Gardner, who is on loan
with the Seagulls from Aston Villa.

Jacob Murphy joins Blackpool on loan

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Norwich City winger Jacob Murphy has become Lee Clark's first signing at Blackpool.The 19-year-old, has joined the Seasiders on a three month loan, after previous loan deals with Swindon and Southend, only having made one appearance for the Canaries this season.

Middlesbrough give Reach new four year deal

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Middlesbrough winger Adam Reach, who joined the Riverside club academy back in 2011, has signed a new four-year contract with the Boro.Under head coach Aitor Karanka, Reach has featured regularly in the club's first team this season, and is expected to start in the Boro's match against Norwich City this evening.

Wolverhampton Wanderers sign up Tomasz Kuszczak

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Former Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak, has been signed up with the Wolverhampton Wanderers until January. After being released by Brighton in June, the 32 year old was a free agent who has been on trial at Molineux. He has eleven international caps, and is expected to play in the Wolves squad against Ipswich Town on Tuesday.

Karl Robinson praises his side over Swindon win

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Milton Keynes Dons moved up to the third position on the League One table on Saturday after defeating Swindon Town 2-1 at stadiummk.The result saw the Robins drop to fifth on the table, and it was a result that clearly thrilled The Dons manager Karl Robinson.

While remarking on the game, he said; "We worked so hard on the tactics, I think you could see. We didn't give them an inch all 90 minutes.The disappointing thing for me was to concede, I thought it was against the run of play."

Preston's winning streak comes to an end


After an eight game straight winning run, Preston lost to Rochdale on Saturday at Spotland in a game that ended 3-0.

Although Simon Grayson, the Lilywhites manager admitted that the team couldn't be expected to win every game they play, he confessed that he expected more from his team saying; "You're never going to win every game but you do want your players to win individual battles and try to come out on top. Nine or ten of their players were better than ours."

The result has propelled Rochdale to fourth on the table, and left Preston five points shy of league leaders Bristol City.

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