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League One strugglers Scunthorpe United have brought in former boss Brian Laws to replace sacked manager Alan Knill. The 48-year-old Knill took over at Glanford Park in March 2011 but was unable to save them from relegation from the Championship.
Caption competition News in pictures Sport blogs This year's Olympics have the potential to be the best ever for women's sport, with more female comp... by Sue Tibballs 03 August 2012 02:37 PM The bookies might be finding it hard to find a favourite
showing off the shiny parts of Scunthorpe The relay will avoid the loan and pawn outlets in the centre of town, and the gash where the old leisure centre used to be Benjamin Perkins A retail park has sprung up around Scunthorpe United's Glanford Park
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This is the same group of players who have failed to beat anyone of note all year. On the face of things the only thing that seems predictable about Peterborough's games is that they ... In a week in which Roberto Mancini has, in his own
Members only The Full Members Trophy has had many sponsors Auto Windscreens, LDV Vans, Johnstone's Paint but the constant is Carlisle United. They have reached the final a record six times, winning twice. Foreign currency Two foreign former Premier
and that he will make a little piece of history himself. This time last year, Blackpool came with a late run to finish sixth, qualify for the play-offs, and then won the play-off final. Instrumental to that late run was an Irishman, right-back Seamus
Baraclough confirmed his sacking to BBC Radio Humberside after clearing his desk at Glanford Park following Tuesday night's defeat. Club chairman Steve Wharton and general manager Dave Beeby refused to comment after they left the ground. Baraclough's
Ever since Brumby Hall FC played their first match at the Old Show Ground in 1899 football fans in Scunthorpe have been able to watch their team while standing on a terrace. Brumby Hall amalgamated with other clubs in the town 11 years later to form
Sunderland defender Michael Turner is relishing the prospect of biggest derby test of his career this weekend. The 26-year-old has contested local rivalries before, but admits Sunday's Tyne-Wear match between the Black Cats and Newcastle at St James'