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While Swans fans trust their chairman, few would support becoming a stepping stone for Giggs’ ultimate return to Manchester United
Secretary of state Sajid Javid has announced he will not be calling in planning application for the Dons’ new stadium
The Roma stalwart has his critics, and could have won more trophies elsewhere, but his appeal is in his simplicity
The National League South club are finding a new way to change ownership models within football
The cups presented for many modern competitions often lack the appeal of their predecessors
The Sky Blues are without a win in the league, their Ricoh Arena rental deal is due to expire and the category two status of their academy is under threat
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- Clubs and other sports
- High times at Huddersfield
- World Cup boycott begins
- Dalian Atkinson tribute
- Non-League in Hertfordshire
- YouTube football at Wembley
Burnden Park, former home of Bolton Wanderers. The ground was opened in 1895 and eventually closed in 1997, before being demolished in 1999.