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Friends, footballers and countrymen

JASON SCOTLAND and Kelvin Jack helped each other through the trauma of a mid-air scare as they battled their way back from international duty for Trinidad and Tobago.

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The BIG Interview - Stern John

The Rams loan striker on coming to Derby and the chance of playing in the World Cup finals.

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Shaka sharpens up

GOALKEEPER Shaka Hislop made his claret and blue comeback in the 4-0 Reserve win over Ipswich Town, and produced the type of match-winning performance that made him Hammer of the Year back in 1999.

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Yorke's goal and assist goes unrewarded

Dwight Yorke did everything possible to get Sydney FC over the line but the home side was undone at the other end of the park as fortune favoured the Central Coast Mariners in a five-goal thriller at a rainswept Aussie Stadium last night.

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Wise nets in German Cup

German-based professional Evans Wise scored his first goal a couple weeks ago since joining Third Division club Waldhof  Mannheim.

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A Stern word

Stern John is looking forward to enjoying his football again and banging in the goals that will take Derby up the Championship table.

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Jason Norville scores his first goals for Barnet

Barnet 3 Colchester United 1 (HT: 2-0)

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Carlos settles in at Luton

Luton manager Mike Newell was composed as he faced questions on his Trinidad and Tobago signing, Carlos Edwards, on Tuesday night after Luton's 1-0 League Championship loss at Queen's Park Rangers.

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Northampton Town lines up Rougier

TONY ROUGIER could become the latest addition to the Cobblers squad after it was confirmed he is training with the club.

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