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McKay pens Caley extension
Friday 1st June 16:58

Billy McKay has committed his future to SPL outfit Inverness for another two years, but Thomas Piermayr is poised to leave the club.

Butcher waiting for replies
Thursday 24th May 22:27

Inverness manager Terry Butcher has told his out-of-contract players to let him know by the end of the month whether they want to stay at the club.

Caley seal double swoop
Thursday 14th July 12:49

Winger Aaron Doran and former Northampton striker Billy McKay have agreed to join Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

McKay still has Cobblers role
Thursday 3rd February 13:01

Northampton manager Ian Sampson has reassured striker Billy McKay that he will play a part for the rest of the season.

League Two round-up
Saturday 8th January 16:37

On-loan striker Cody McDonald netted a hat-trick for Gillingham to help sink Stockport 5-1.

McKay hails Crosby influence
Tuesday 7th September 16:40

Northampton striker Billy McKay dedicated his goal at Aldershot to the teachings of assistant boss Malcolm Crosby.

McKay earns Cobblers deal
Wednesday 28th April 15:26

Northampton have confirmed striker Billy McKay will be handed a contract extension for next season.

McKay clinches Cobblers deal
Wednesday 22nd July 11:49

Northampton have signed Billy McKay on a one-year contract after the striker was released by Leicester.

Foxes starlet signs on
Tuesday 17th June 12:46

Leicester City striker Billy McKay has signed a one-year contract extension.

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Comment: Another win for Tim Sherwood but Tottenham need a manager of substance next season

Comment: Another win for Tim Sherwood but Tottenham need a manager of substance next season

Tottenham weren’t at their best on Saturday, but it rarely looked likely to be a problem. Christian Eriksen’s wicked dead-ball delivery did for Fulham as Spurs emerged as 3-1 winners to make it seven points from nine in April. They’ve scored 11 goals in the process too.

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