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Paolo Di Canio boost as Swindon fans given go-ahead to watch crunch clash

Swindon supporters will be allowed to watch their side attempt to clinch promotion at Gillingham on Saturday after a row over over policing costs was resolved.

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Cesc Fabregas ‘long ball’ jibe at Chelsea and Robin van Persie makes Barca visit

Fabregas ‘long ball’ jibe at Chelsea and Van Persie makes Barca visit. Read the headlines from the national newspapers on Wednesday, April 18.

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Reading promoted: Brian McDermott celebrates Premier League return

A jubilant Brian McDermott celebrated his ‘best moment in football’ as his Reading side sealed promotion to the Barclays Premier League with a 1-0 win over Nottingham Forest.

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Bristol City 1 West Ham United 1: Hammers held by Cole Skuse

Sam Allardyce blamed a collective loss of nerve for the result that almost certainly means the play-offs will be the only route back to the Barclay Premier League for West Ham United this season.

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Sam Allardyce says it is very difficult for West Ham United to get automatic promotion

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce cut a frustrated figure after watching West Ham United draw 1-1 at Bristol City, as he rued a host of spurned second half chances.

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Adam Le Fondre cautious despite Reading on the Premier League

Reading goal hero Adam Le Fondre is taking nothing for granted in the race to secure promotion to the Premier League, even if his side could be up by the end of Tuesday evening.

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What the back pages say on Tuesday, April 17: Muamba goes home just 30 days after collapse and Carroll claims he’s off the booze

Muamba goes home just 30 days after collapse and Carroll claims he’s off the booze. Read the headlines from the national newspapers on Tuesday April 17.

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Premier League greatest: Top 10 celebrations

To celebrate 20 years of the Premier League, a panel of experts have drawn up shortlists in several categories which commemorate the great and the good since 1991.

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West Ham United’s Ricardo Vaz Te: Pass notes

West Ham United ended their home jinx with a 6-0 win over Brighton on Saturday and one man stood out. Here are Sportsmail’s pass notes on hat-trick hero Ricardo Vaz Te.

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What the back pages say on Sunday, April 15: Liverpool into FA Cup final thanks to Andy Carroll

Liverpool’s £35million striker Andy Carroll finally repaid the faith of manager Kenny Dalglish by scoring his side’s FA Cup semi-final winner against Everton at Wembley.

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West Ham United 6 Brighton 0: Ricardo Vaz Te hat-trick settles it

Ricardo Vaz Te’s hat-trick hauled West Ham United back into the automatic promotion race in a stunning demolition of Brighton.

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What the back pages say on Saturday, April 14: Liverpool suffer Johan Cruyff blow and police to investigate Bebe transfer

Liverpool suffer Cruyff blow and police to investigate Bebe transfer. Read the headlines from the national newspapers on Saturday April 14.

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What was the greatest FA Cup semi-final for you?

It’s FA Cup semi-final weekend, but what has been best semi of all-time? Sportsmail’s team of experts give their opinion on which match sticks in the memory the most.

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Young football journalist competition – shortlist unveiled

Earlier this season, Sportsmail started the search to find Britain’s next big football writer. After receiving hundreds of entries, the extremely impressive range of candidates has now been whittled down to a shortlist of 10.

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Lewis Hamilton and Yao Ming – caption competition: April 13, 2012

Each week, Sportsmail has a caption competition for you to battle it out for a brilliant prize of a £100 Sportsbook bet with our friends at Paddy Power. This week’s picture features Lewis Hamilton and Yao Ming.

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What the back pages say on Friday, April 13 2012: Dalglish stays in charge after Comolli is sent packing

Kenny Dalglish has been told his job is safe after Damien Comolli was made a scapegoat for Liverpool’s wretched Premier League campaign. Read the headlines from the national newspapers.

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What the back pages say on Thursday April 12: Manchester United defeat throws title race open

They thought it was all over…but the race for the Barclays Premier League title was back on last night. Read the headlines from the national newspapers on Thursday April 12.

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Graham Poll: Why are referees getting it so wrong?

There is a clear and tangible issue with refereeing. It is not merely that we see more angles and replays highlighting the errors. There are not enough officials and promotion to the select group is hard.

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Oriol Romeu future uncertain as Chelsea manager’s door continues to revolve – Leo’s London

Only a few months ago, Chelsea felt compelled to make a statement insisting that Oriol Romeu was theirs for keeps rather than Barcelona’s for the taking.

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What the back pages say, Wednesday April 11: FA disciplinary system shamed

English football’s disciplinary system was shown to be a joke after Mario Balotelli escaped punishment for a horror tackle – minutes after Shaun Derry’s appeal against a controversial red card was thrown out.

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What the back pages say on Tuesday April 10: Mario Balotelli apologises but faces nine match ban

Mario Balotelli is facing a nine-game ‘totting up’ ban after his tackle on Alex Song. Read the headlines from the national newspapers on Tuesday, April 10.

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West Ham United 3 Birmingham 3: Vaz Te salvages point for Hammers as City pay penalty

A controversial late penalty helped West Ham United’s hopes of automatic promotion after they staged stirring comeback to draw 3-3 with Birmingham at Upton Park.

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What the back pages say on April 9: Mancini rues Balotelli blow and Masters finishes with late drama

Mancini rues Balotelli blow and Masters finishes with late drama. Read the headlines from the national newspapers on Monday, April 9.

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Barnsley 0 West Ham United 4: Away-day delight for Sam Allardyce

West Ham United kept their automatic promotion hopes alive with a thumping victory at Barnsley. The result never looked in doubt on a great day for Sam Allardyce’s side.

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Lee Westwood with Ant and Dec at the Masters – caption competition: April 6, 2012

Each week, Sportsmail has a caption competition for you to battle it out for a brilliant prize of a £100 Sportsbook bet with our friends at Paddy Power. This week’s picture features Lee Westwood with Ant and Dec at the Masters in Augusta.

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Sam Allardyce hits out at West Ham United fans again

Sam Allardyce has done little to improve his increasingly strained relationship with West Ham United supporters after he told them: ‘You’re talking b******s’.

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