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Saturday Sundae: Steve McClaren; tweet news; and England’s in-form striker

Also featuring: Diego Costa; Huddersfield’s goal of the day; and mixed fortunes for the Ameobis
Published 13 hours ago on Guardian

Football League: your thoughts | Les Roopanarine

Hull leapfrogged Middlesbrough to go top of the Championship, Walsall lost ground in the chase for League One promotion, and Northampton continue to sweep all before them in League Two
Published 17 hours ago on Guardian

Championship round-up: Hull return to top, Brighton win fourth consecutive match, Lee Johnson's Bristol City beat Ipswich

Two goals in ten minutes during the second half sent Hull back to the top of the league, with a 2-0 win at Blackburn. Abel Hernandez scored his 16th goal of the campaign after 53 minutes, before Momo Diame doubled their lead with a tap in from close range. Sheffield Wednesday bolstered their play-off hopes with a 4-0 victory over ten-man Brentford. The Bees’ Yoann Barbet was dismissed after just five minutes for a challenge on Gary Hooper.
Published 19 hours ago on TalkSport

Premier League, Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao and more: clockwatch – live!

Rolling report: Follow the action from the five 3pm Premier League kick-offs and beyond with Barry Glendenning
Published 22 hours ago on Guardian

Sam Allardyce clings to hope amid desperate circumstances at Sunderland | Louise Taylor

Sunderland are second-bottom in the league and have just sacked their best player, leaving ‘Fireman’ Sam’s record of never having been relegated under threat
Published yesterday at 10:35 pm on Guardian

Shola Ameobi signs for League One Fleetwood Town until end of season

The former Newcastle United striker Shola Ameobi has signed for League One Fleetwood Town until the end of the season
Published yesterday at 01:10 pm on Guardian

Former Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi joins Fleetwood Town after leaving Bolton

Fleetwood Town have completed the shock signing of former Newcastle stalwart Shola Ameobi. The 34-year-old, who played 312 league games for Newcastle, has been without a club since leaving Bolton. And now the League One club have confirmed that Ameobi has agreed a deal with them until the end of the season. Fleetwood Manager Steven Pressley told the club's official website: "In January we signed a number of younger players and it was vital to the group that we brought in a player with experience.
Published last Friday at 11:00 am on TalkSport

COLUMN | Murray's Musings

Former keeper on the latest at Molineux and beyond
Published last Friday at 10:40 am on Wolves.co.uk

'Canelo Alvarez fight is a bigger challenge than Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao', Amir Khan tells talkSPORT

Amir Khan believes his fight with Canelo Alvarez on May 7 is a more dangerous contest than any potential bout with Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao would have been. The 29-year-old is moving up from lightweight to challenge for Alvarez’s WBC middleweight belt and because of the weight difference, Khan said it is a riskier route. “Canelo is known as a very dangerous guy that not a lot of people want to fight and a lot of people avoid so I’m the one guy that said ‘I’ll fight him’,” the Bolton-born boxer told Kick Off.
Published last Friday at 10:15 am on TalkSport

KENNY | Pressing Against Preston

Gaffer expecting tough test
Published last Friday at 09:15 am on Wolves.co.uk

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Bolton Wanderers's Results
Feb 13Brighton and Hove Albion2 - 3A
Feb 6Rotherham United2 - 1H
Feb 2Wolverhampton Wanderers2 - 2A
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Feb 20Queens Park RangersH
Feb 23Birmingham CityA
Feb 27BurnleyH
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20MK Dons31-1731
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23Charlton31-3025
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