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Man City v Southampton, Everton v Watford: Carabao Cup – live!

Updates from Tuesday’s fourth-round tiesLive scoreboard: the latest from Tuesday’s matchesAnd you can email Simon here or tweet him here 7.25pm GMT Finally, here are the teams from Oxford where both teams make five changes:Oxford Utd: Eastwood, Long, D…

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The standout young players in League One and League Two this season

Fans at Ipswich, Fleetwood, Swindon, Crawley and Colchester are witnessing some special performances this season By Martin Laurence for WhoScoredThe top two divisions in England have taken a break for the international fixtures, but the action has not …

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Carabao Cup roundup: Norwich are dumped out by League Two Crawley

• Crystal Palace lose to Colchester after penalty shootout• Sheffield United, Brighton, Watford and Southampton winNorwich were dumped out of the Carabao Cup by League Two Crawley as Bez Lubala’s deflected first-half strike was enough to secure a 1-0 w…

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League Two 2019-20 season preview

Scunthorpe and Plymouth should be contenders after their relegation to a division in which Stevenage could be dark horsesThere is a vast pool of exciting 40-something coaches determined to make a splash as managers, some of whom are taking their first …

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Che Adams nets hat-trick for Birmingham in win over Crawley

• Harry Redknapp’s team bounce back from first-day defeat with cup win
• Accrington surprise Preston as Billy Kee snatches winner in dramatic finale

After losing their opening match in the Championship Birmingham City, who narrowly avoided relegation last season, needed a quick pick-me-up and the League Cup provided the perfect opportunity which they seized with alacrity by beating League Two Crawley Town 5-1 at St Andrew’s.

The hero of the hour for Harry Redknapp’s side was Che Adams who scored a hat-trick, with David Davis and substitute Robert Tesche also on target before Panutche Camara replied late on for Harry Kewell’s side.

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Che Adams nets hat-trick for Birmingham in win over Crawley

• Harry Redknapp’s team bounce back from first-day defeat with cup win
• Accrington surprise Preston as Billy Kee snatches winner in dramatic finale

After losing their opening match in the Championship Birmingham City, who narrowly avoided relegation last season, needed a quick pick-me-up and the League Cup provided the perfect opportunity which they seized with alacrity by beating League Two Crawley Town 5-1 at St Andrew’s.

The hero of the hour for Harry Redknapp’s side was Che Adams who scored a hat-trick, with David Davis and substitute Robert Tesche also on target before Panutche Camara replied late on for Harry Kewell’s side.

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Harry Kewell: ‘I want to bring something different to the game’ | John Davidson

The former Socceroo made history as an Australian player in the UK and now he wants to do the same as a manager with League Two side Crawley Town

Broadfield Stadium is so nondescript you almost miss it on arrival. Tucked deep in West Sussex suburbia, among green parks and house developments, is the home of Crawley Town. Small, unfashionable but friendly, for most of their 121-year history the club was a non-league entity of little renown. Crawley only climbed into the Football Conference in 2004 and six years ago they reached their highest level ever in League One.

Today they sit in League Two after narrowly avoiding the drop last season. It remains, perhaps, an odd destination for a player who won the Champions League, FA Cup, Uefa Super Cup, a PFA young player of the year award and an FA Youth Cup winners medal during his stellar Premier League career to make his first step into senior management. But Harry Kewell, a son of Smithfield in western Sydney, doesn’t see it that way.

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League One and League Two: a fan from each club previews the 2017–18 season

If the fans who spoke to us are right, Bradford City, Bristol Rovers, Bury, Charlton and Southend United – and a few other clubs – will be in the play-offs

• Championship: fans preview the season

It would be nice to stay clear of relegation and have a comfortable season with a few big wins to keep us going. I’d like a number of our younger players to establish themselves here rather than being bought by Premier League clubs.

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Football League transfers: who has done the best business so far?

Newcastle United have not wasted any time in enlisting Premier League talent, Leeds have been busy and Charlton might just be getting their act together

Those who think Newcastle United will simply stroll back into the Premier League have not paid much attention to the Championship recently. Fortunately for the club Rafael Benítez does not appear to be among their number.

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Crawley Town appoint Dermot Drummy as head coach on two-year deal

• Drummy was Chelsea’s international head coach until January 2015
• ‘I look forward to giving fans winning football that will also entertain’

Crawley Town have hired the former Chelsea and Arsenal coach Dermot Drummy as their new head coach on a two-year contract.

The 55-year-old will replace Mark Yates, who was sacked by the League Two club this week following six successive defeats.

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Crawley Town’s Mark Yates and Jimmy Dack leave with immediate effect

• Manager and assistant depart from League Two side after six straight losses
• Recent form and performance suggests change is needed, Crawley say

Mark Yates and Jimmy Dack have left their respective roles as manager and assistant at Crawley Town with immediate effect. Crawley are 18th in League Two, 14 points above the relegation zone, and have already secured their Football League status for next season.

Related: Steven Pressley’s Fleetwood preserve hope while Blackpool all but lose theirs

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The best goals of the week: Falcao, Vibe, Sow, Cristiano, Forestieri and Popescu

Featuring a brace from India, a long-range lob from Guinea, a solo effort from the Maldives national team and lovely finishes from Brentford, Burnley and Barnet Continue reading…

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League Two 2015-16 fixtures: week-by-week list for the season

Barnet travel to relegated Leyton Orient on opening dayYeovil behind campaign with trip to Exeter8 August 2015: AFC Wimbledon v Plymouth Argyle, Accrington Stanley v Luton Town, Bristol Rovers v Northampton Town, Cambridge United v Newport County, Exet…

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Fit-again John Gregory’s heart still aches over Aston Villa’s lost FA Cup final

After surgery to replace the heart valve that forced him to leave Crawley, manager who lost the 2000 final to Chelsea hopes Tim Sherwood can go one better Continue reading…

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Fit-again John Gregory’s heart still aches over Aston Villa’s lost FA Cup final

After surgery to replace the heart valve that forced him to leave Crawley, manager who lost the 2000 final to Chelsea hopes Tim Sherwood can go one better Continue reading…

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Crawley Town appoint Mark Yates as their new manager

• Former Cheltenham manager replaces John Gregory
• Club were relegated to League Two at end of season

Crawley Town have appointed Mark Yates, formerly in charge at Cheltenham, as their new manager.

The 45-year-old replaces John Gregory, who stepped down to have heart surgery in December and then announced he would not be returning earlier this month.

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Crawley Town appoint Mark Yates as their new manager

• Former Cheltenham manager replaces John Gregory
• Club were relegated to League Two at end of season

Crawley Town have appointed Mark Yates, formerly in charge at Cheltenham, as their new manager.

The 45-year-old replaces John Gregory, who stepped down to have heart surgery in December and then announced he would not be returning earlier this month.

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Chesterfield appoint Dean Saunders after Paul Cook’s exit to Portsmouth

• Former Crawley manager Saunders joins on two-year contract
• Cook left the club on Tuesday after their play-off semi-final defeat

Chesterfield have appointed Dean Saunders as their new manager on a two-year contract following Paul Cook’s departure for Portsmouth.

Cook left the Spireites on Tuesday after guiding them to the League One play-offs, where they were beaten 4-0 on aggregate by Preston in the semi-finals.

Related: Portsmouth appoint Paul Cook after meeting Chesterfield’s release clause

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John Gregory leaves Crawley Town job five months after heart surgery

• Former Aston Villa manager leaves with immediate effect
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League One roundup: MK Dons promoted; Preston settle for play-offs

• MK Dons into Championship after 5-1 win against Yeovil
• Colchester win 1-0 to stay up and deny Preston automatic promotion
• Notts County, Crawley and Leyton Orient relegated along with Yeovil
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