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Port Vale complete signing of former Newcastle United defender

Port Vale have confirmed the signing of former Newcastle United defender Remi Streete.

The 20 year old has joined the club on a two year deal following his release from the Premier League side at the end of the season. 141 more words

Newcastle United

The Offside Rule (We Get It!) Podcast 35: Were Chelsea worthy champions? Plus former Manchester United star's greatest moments

Hayley McQueen, Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay bring you episode 35 of The Offside Rule (We Get It!) despite experiencing techical difficulties, as one of the ladies forgot the microphone – but the good old iPhone came to our rescue! 116 more words

Premier League

Crewe Alexandra Season Review 2014/15

So the season has come to a close and I’d just like to go through everything that’s gone on this season. The ups, the downs and the even further downs. 1,750 more words


VIDEO: MK Dons celebrate promotion after confirming automatic spot

MK Dons players were in buoyant mood as they celebrated their promotion to the Championship.

The Dons ended a 7 year spell in League One by moving into the second tier, which will be for the first time since the team’s rebrand in 2004. 39 more words


Weekend Bets - Arsenal v Chelsea goalfest, while Liverpool bounce back, and Plymouth pile on the misery

Liam Smith gives his tips on a selection of games from the Premier League, Championship, and Leagues One and Two.

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Arsenal v Chelsea – over 2.5 goals… 452 more words

Premier League

One change for MK Dons ahead of Leyton Orient test as Dean Bowditch recalled

MK Dons have made one alteration for their starting 11 ahead of their clash with Leyton Orient, with Dean Bowditch recalled to the starting line-up. 104 more words


MK Dons secure play-off spot but automatic promotion dream further fades

MK Dons have sealed a play-off spot after a goalless draw with Port Vale, but failed to shrink the gap on second place Preston.

The Dons’ 0-0 draw at Vale Park took them up to 76 points from 41 played. 230 more words