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Birchall's away day spoils party mood

Martin Foyle had just finished a radio interview when he turned a corridor and stumbled on Chris Birchall talking about his next game.

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Falkirk snap up Theobold

Twenty-three-year-old Trinidad and Tobago central midfielder Densill Theobold is set to become the latest addition to the growing list of British-based footballers after Scottish Premier League (SPL) club Falkirk declared their interest to sign him yesterday evening.

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Why Marvin Andrews believes he is walking proof that miracles happen

THE statement that follows will probably require a second reading, but stick with it because it presages an extraordinary story: Rangers won the Bank of Scotland Premier League last season because God was on their side.

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Latapy lights up Falkirk's season

WITH dreadlocks tucked into a leather flat cap, Russell Latapy has the look of a celebrity as he takes a seat inside the Stirling University complex that has become Falkirk's temporary training facility. But like a typical footballer, he then places car keys and a mobile phone in front of him. Before, atypically, a pack of 20 Marlboro Lights follows suit.

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Sancho scores his first goal for Gillingham

Gills central defender Brent Sancho opened his account for the club with the winner against Chesterfield.

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Derby County manager backs himself and Stern

Derby manager Phil Brown defended himself and striker Stern John after they both came under attack from angry fans at Pride Park during the 1-1 draw with Leicester.

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Teammate urges refs to protect Dwight

SYDNEY FC midfield star Steve Corica has called on league referees to protect marquee man Dwight Yorke from the trophy-hunting defenders.

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Lay off Dwight: Littbarski

SYDNEY FC coach Pierre Littbarski has accused A-League henchmen of using strong-arm tactics to "smash" star import Dwight Yorke.

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Jason Scotland just glad to be 'home' again

THE strange case of Jason Scotland seems to have been resolved. In the past few months the Trinidad and Tobago striker has plumbed the depths of despair, endured sleepless nights and been wracked by self-doubt, and though he seems to be putting all that behind him , he remains a little baffled.

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