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20 October 2014
League Two Preview: York 'will improve' with Wilcox
York City coach Russ Wilcox vowed that his side will entertain fans, but called for patience ahead of Tuesday's visit of Morecambe.
17 October 2014
League Two Preview: New eras at Tranmere, York
Tranmere Rovers and York City will hope that the appointment of new managers will prompt a revival in their League Two fortunes on Saturday.
11 October 2014
League Two Wrap: Cambridge thrash Oxford
Cambridge United put Oxford United to the sword on Saturday, while Wycombe Wanderers went top of League Two.
10 October 2014
League Two Preview: Brown future in doubt
Southend United head into Saturday's trip to Luton Town in high spirits but with lingering doubts over manager Phil Brown's future.
7 October 2014
Ten managerial reigns to rival Billy McKinlay's eight days at Watford
Nick Harper looks back at some of the shortest managerial reigns (or 'quickest sackings', if you're feeling cruel) in the history of English (and Welsh) football...
3 October 2014
League Two Wrap: Burton stunned by Cambridge
Burton Albion failed to extend their lead atop League Two after they crashed to a 3-1 defeat at home to Cambridge United on Friday.
1 October 2014
League Two Preview: Debt-free Pompey play York
Portsmouth will hope to celebrate clearing their debts by extending their unbeaten League Two run to four when they visit York City.
27 September 2014
League Two Wrap: Win at last for Carlisle
Keith Curle masterminded Carlisle United's first win of the League Two season as they recorded a 1-0 victory over Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
26 September 2014
The inverted Vardy: Ten players who got to the very top and worked their way down
With the football world going giddy for the story of Manchester United-bashing Leicester hero Jamie Vardy, who has risen six divisions in four years, Charles Ducksbury recalls some big names who went the other way...
20 September 2014
League Two Wrap: Stanley win nine-goal thriller
John Coleman's return to Accrington Stanley began with a spectacular nine-goal thriller as they edged Northampton Town 5-4 at Sixfields.