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Sharp New Move Followed Failed Rhodes Approach Claim Sun 30th Oct 2011 21:30
Town’s reported renewed move for Doncaster Rovers frontman Billy Sharp came after the Blues failed with an approach for ex-striker Jordan Rhodes, according to one of Sunday’s tabloids.
Jewell on Goals on Sunday Sun 30th Oct 2011 09:27
Town boss Paul Jewell is one of the guests on this morning’s Goals on Sunday (Sky Sports One/HD1 11am).
Griffiths Sees Red as Plymouth Lose Sat 29th Oct 2011 19:40
On-loan midfielder Jamie Griffiths picked up the first red card of his career five minutes from the end of Plymouth’s 2-1 defeat at Cheltenham this afternoon. The 19-year-old, in his second month with the now-out-of-administration Pilgrims, caught Robins defender Luke Garbutt with a late tackle and was shown a straight red by referee Jon Moss.
Jewell: Too Susceptible to Counter-Attacks Sat 29th Oct 2011 17:56
Boss Paul Jewell bemoaned his side’s susceptibility on the counter-attack after losing 4-1 at Millwall. The Blues manager hit out at some of his players for failing to do their jobs.
Millwall 4-1 Town Sat 29th Oct 2011 17:08
Jimmy Bullard netted a superb first goal of the season but Town fell to a deserved 4-1 defeat to Millwall at the Den. The home side were on top from the off, going two in front via Jay Simpson and Darius Henderson early on. Bullard pulled a goal back for the Blues after the break but Simpson’s second and the Lions' fourth from Liam Feeney soon after sealed a comfortable victory for Kenny Jackett’s men.
Jewell: Evans Supportive of Me, Chopra and the Club Sat 29th Oct 2011 09:46
Boss Paul Jewell has revealed that Town owner Marcus Evans has been involved in the moves to help striker Michael Chopra overcome his gambling addiction. The Blues manager says he’s happy with life working under Evans, given the lack of patience at certain other clubs.
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