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LT Journalism’s Yorkshire team of the season

By Louis Hobbs Football in Yorkshire has been played to a spectacular standard this season. Sheffield United being named League One champions, Doncaster have won promotion from the League Two with the possibility of still winning the league and three Yorkshire teams are battling for playoff spots in the championship. With that in mind, here…

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HARRY MAGUIRE: ENGLAND CALL-UP?

By Josh Chittenden Harry Maguire could be in-line for an England call up next month. The young centre-back has been a shining light for Hull City this season, with the performances of the 24 year-old not going unnoticed, at club and also international level. With England’s next set of fixtures to take place in just over…

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BARNSLEY SET FOR BUSY TRANSFER WINDOW

By Jack Cousin Barnsley are set for another busy transfer window having lost stars Sam Winnall, James Bree and Connor Hourihane in January. Josh Scowen, Marley Watkins and Aidan White are all out of contract and look set for moves away. Loan players Saidy Janko, Callum Elder, Ryan Kent, Gethin Jones, Adam Armstrong and Matty…

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FORMER LEEDS MAN BROWN TAKES VALE JOB PERMANENTLY

By Billy Stephenson Former Sheffield United and Leeds midfielder Michael Brown has been given the permanent job at Port Vale despite the club’s relegation from League One on Sunday. Brown has been Vale’s manager since December after taking over from Bruno Ribeiro. The decision was made by new chairman Tony Fradley who was also appointed…

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LEEDS TRAVEL TO WIGAN WITH PLAY-OFF HOPES DASHED

By Kane Styles Already-relegated Wigan Athletic play host to Leeds United, with both sides playing for a matter of pride, with both of their fates effectively sealed. After Leeds United dropped points at home to Norwich last Saturday, drawing 3-3, it left them three points adrift of Fulham with a significantly lower goal difference, condemning…

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BANTAMS START PLAY-OFF BID TONIGHT

By Tanaka Mvere Bradford City take on Fleetwood Town at Valley Parade in tonight’s first leg of the Sky Bet League One 2016/17 play-offs. The Bantams finished in fifth place in the League One, three points behind Fleetwood in fourth. Town only just missed out on a third place finish on goal difference to Scunthorpe…

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