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21 October 2014
League One Wrap: Crewe move off the bottom
Crewe Alexandra's resurgence continued as they moved off the bottom of League One with Tuesday's 1-0 win over nine-man Peterborough United.
Preston North End
20 October 2014
League One Preview: Preston fully confident
Preston North End boss Simon Grayson says confidence is flowing through his squad ahead of their trip to Gillingham.
18 October 2014
League One Wrap: Robins unhappy with Iron draw
Mark Robins was less than impressed as Scunthorpe United could only manage a 1-1 draw with Colchester United in his first game at the helm.
17 October 2014
League One Preview: Robins 'still improving'
Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill has sent out an ominous warning to the rest of League One by insisting his side can still get better.
10 October 2014
Sol Campbell: 'I don't think people at Spurs realised how big I was going to become'
The former Tottenham, Arsenal and England star chats controversial transfers, scurrilous rumours, and his non-existent acting career with FFT's
4 October 2014
League One Wrap: Swindon beat O's to move second
Swindon Town moved second in League One as their superb run continued in a 2-1 triumph at strugglers Leyton Orient on Saturday.
2 October 2014
League One Preview: Robins face O'Donnell test
Bristol City pit League One's deadliest strike force against one of its strictest goalkeepers when they meet Walsall at the Bescot Stadium.
30 September 2014
League One: Crewe 0 Notts County 3
Jake Cassidy netted a brace as Notts County strolled to a 3-0 victory over League One basement club Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday.
27 September 2014
League One Wrap: Agard at the double for Robins
Kieran Agard scored twice as Bristol City triumphed 3-2 in their top-of-the-table clash with MK Dons at Ashton Gate 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...