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Tynan future settled
Tuesday 1st November 15:11

The future of Barnet goalkeeper Scott Tynan is no longer in doubt.

Rams trial Amoruso
Wednesday 21st September 13:09

Derby are looking at Italian striker Nicola Amoruso who has joined them on trial.

Fowler ends Spireites stay
Tuesday 29th March 15:03

Chesterfield will not be renewing the loan spell of Arsenal youngster Jordan Fowler.

Spireites hang on to Gunner
Monday 28th February 16:44

Chesterfield will keep Arsenal youngster Jordan Fowler for a second month.

League One round-up
Saturday 5th February 17:49

Leaders Luton Town were held to a late 1-1 draw at Huddersfield Town.

Spireites land young Gunner
Monday 24th January 13:29

Chesterfield have taken Arsenal youngster Jordan Fowler on a month's loan.

Plymouth trial two more
Wednesday 19th January 15:02

Plymouth Argyle boss Bobby Williamson has continued his search for new faces.

Features

Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

skysports.com will be getting inside the minds of the players this season.

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

And so, life without Luis Suarez begins in earnest at Anfield. Signings have been made but the early evidence of Liverpool’s opening game of the season is that the responsibility of making light of his exit will fall squarely on the coiffured head and shoulders of Raheem Sterling… And he’ll cope.

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Much of the focus this summer has been on how teams can close the gap on the Premier League champions. Chelsea have spent enough for the bookmakers to install them as favourites, while Liverpool have added the depth that some would suggest scuppered their bid last season.

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