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EXCLUSIVE: Former Crewe goalkeeper says players ‘did not know’ about child abuse

Former Crewe Alexandra player and current Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose has given a robust defence of himself and other players who were at the club during the historic child abuse allegations.

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Eric Bristow, who has been dropped as a pundit by SKY, following his Twitter posts

Former Crewe goalkeeper calls for Eric Bristow to be stripped of MBE

Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose believes former darts champion-turned TV pundit Eric Bristow should have his MBE revoked for his comments on the footballer abuse revelations.

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: Starting Varney made sense and great to see effort and goals return

It was by no means the perfect display — but a bit of fight, endeavour, and goals returned to Portman Road at the weekend in the win against Queens Park Rangers.

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Needham Market manager Mark Morsley

Suffolk Premier Cup and Senior Cup draws made

Leiston will face Needham Market for the second season running in the semi-finals of the Suffolk FA Premier Cup sponsored by Omni Freight Services Ltd.

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Columnist Edward Seaman

Norwich fan Ed Seaman’s column: A head and heart situation with our manager’s future

For all the speculation surrounding the future of Alex Neil, Wednesday night’s AGM suggests the Scot will be given time to turn around the fortunes of Norwich City.

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IN THE HUNT: Diss (pictured celebrating a goal earlier this season) have, on paper at least, a run of four favourable league fixtures they will be looking to win over the coming weeks

Crucial period ahead for Diss in promotion pursuit

Diss Town boss Ross Potter believes his side are one of five teams in the Thurlow Nunn League First Division promotion hunt.

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CUP VICTORY: Nathan Russell keeps his cool to cross for Connor Delaney to score the ties opening goal

Howes the star as Harleston progress

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: Time our players took responsibility and stepped it up a gear

Mick McCarthy has been consistent in one thing during his four-year stint at Portman Road — he has always stuck by his players in the press. He’s been quite the deflector shield.

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Eye referee goes global

Eye referee goes global

Female referee Mary Harmer has just returned from her first ever international football assignment.

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Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: Time for Mick and the boys to show Owls display was no one-off

Thankfully it’s back to domestic football this weekend. I’m not sure who is with me, but I find international breaks frustrating at the best of times let alone after a good victory.

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Columnist Edward Seaman

Capital gains key to galvanising Canaries

One can only hope that Alex Neil and his Norwich City side have made the most of the extra time on the training pitch this week as they look to halt the club's slide down the table.

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HOME VICTORY: Scole launch another attack during their 3-1 triumph over Wymondham, which was achieved thanks in part to two goals from striker Will Goulding

Goulding scores a brace as Scole record comeback win

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HIGH HOPES: Harleston boss Adam Gusterson

Gusterson backs his Harleston side to go all the way

Harleston Town boss Adam Gusterson believes there is enough quality at his disposal for the club to reach the final of the Norfolk Senior Cup, writes Liam Apicella.

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GOING THROUGH: Needham Market celebrate taking the lead against AFC Sudbury last night

TUESDAY ROUND-UP: Needham Market and Newmarket Town book their places in the Suffolk Premier Cup semi-finals

Needham Market and Newmarket Town advanced to the semi-finals of the Suffolk FA Premier Cup sponsored by Omni Freight Services Ltd last night.

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NEXT ROUND: Jamie Godbold's AFC Sudbury were 4-0 winners in the FA Trophy

SATURDAY FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: Sudbury, Ely progress in FA competitions

AFC Sudbury and Ely City both recorded victories to nil, thus booking their places in the next round of The Buildbase FA Trophy and Vase respectively.

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UNDERDOGS: Debenham boss Ben Murphy

Debenham will be underdogs once again

It will be business as usual as far as Debenham LC boss Ben Murphy is concerned when his side travel to Coggeshall Town tomorrow afternoon (3pm), writes Liam Apicella.

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Columnist Edward Seaman

Norwich City fan Ed Seaman’s column: Hunger and desire needs questioning

It’s a sign of how quickly things can change in football that under four weeks ago we were lauding Norwich City for their impressive rise to the top of the Championship table.

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SEEING RED: Harleston winger James Pipe (left) was sent off during the Mummery Cup loss to Mulbarton

Much-changed Harleston lose their unbeaten record

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BIG WEEK: Diss Town boss Ross Potter

Manager relishing important spell for his Diss outfit

Ross Potter has conceded his Diss Town side are facing a pivotal few days in their quest for promotion from the Thurlow Nunn League First Division, writes Liam Apicella.

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: One win doesn’t make everything rosy — but things certainly feel more upbeat

One win doesn’t make everything rosy — but things do feel a bit more upbeat after victory on the road at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.

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