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1 September 2014
Facey charged as part of match-fixing probe
Delroy Facey has been charged with conspiracy to commit bribery as part of an ongoing investigation into match-fixing in English football.
8 August 2014
Inherited messes, abusive owners & political unrest: this season's toughest gigs
It's supposed to be the time of year for high hopes and unrealistic expectations – but not for this lot, says
19 July 2014
Returning Fletcher nets twice in Sunderland romp
Steven Fletcher marked his return from injury with two goals as Sunderland recorded a 5-1 win in their pre-season opener at Darlington 1883.
19 July 2014
Substitutes help Arsenal win at Boreham Wood
Arsenal opened their pre-season schedule with a hard-fought 2-0 win at Boreham Wood on Saturday.
20 June 2014
Three jailed over match-fixing involvment
Three men have been jailed for their involvement in a plot to fix a football match in England.
19 June 2014
Leeds bring in Hockaday as new head coach
Leeds United have appointed Dave Hockaday as head coach in a move that is likely to rile supporters of the Championship club.
17 June 2014
Three found guilty of match-fixing plot
Two businessmen and a footballer have been found guilty for their involvement in a plot to fix a football match in England.
27 May 2014
Bristol Rovers eye relegation reprieve
Bristol Rovers hope to save their League Two status at the expense of Wycombe Wanderers due to a controversy over third-party ownership.
21 May 2014
Worldwide betting ban for players in England
Players in the top eight tiers of English football will be subject to a blanket ban on betting on the sport from next season.
18 May 2014
Cambridge end nine-year Football League absence
Cambridge United have been promoted back to League Two after winning the Conference Premier play-off final 2-1 against Gateshead.