The Football League Paper Magazine - September 17, 2023
The Football League Paper Magazine - September 17, 2023
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In this issue
September 17, 2023
MARESCA MADE UP FOR HIS FOXES
ENZO Maresca reflected on a job well done as his Leicester City side swept Southampton aside.
MARTIN BACKS HIS SUFFERING SAINTS
RUSSELL Martin was adamant his Southampton side could have won by the same margin as Leicester had his players been more ruthless and not made as many mistakes.
EUSTACE FUMES AT REF'S CALLS
BLUES manager John Eustace, a former Watford player, could not disguise his disappointment at the manner of his side's defeat and hit out at referee Keith Stroud.
RAJOVIC SWOOPS AS BLUES SEE RED
VALERIAN Ismael believes Watford’s dramatic late victory will give his players just the lift they needed.
MUNOZ SORRY AFTER DEFEAT
Wednesday are still searching for their first league win of the season after this latest loss - and the players were booed off the pitch at the final whistle.
CHAPLIN THE JOKER IN PACK FOR KIERAN
CONOR Chaplin sunk Sheffield Wednesday to leave Ipswich manager Kieran McKenna beaming with delight.
LEE'S COD ARMY TO ATTACK...
Johnson bids to get 'em firing
POSH'S TROPHY DERBY DELIGHT
PETERBOROUGH - United took the bragging rights with a solid 2-0 victory against Cambridge United in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday night.
MUCH MORE LIES AHEAD FOR MY U'S - BONNER
UPBEAT boss Mark Bonner says he is really excited' by the potential at Cambridge United after signing a new long-term contract.
BLAME US FOR DAWES EXIT - TOM
TRANMERE captain Tom Davies has admitted that the players at Prenton Park haven't been good enough following the dismissal of manager Ian Dawes.
KENNY'S GOT HIGH HOPES AT CANARIES
KENNY McLean insists he's 'desperate' for more success with Norwich City after signing a new deal.
ACE ABO: THIS CAN BE MY MOMENT
ABO Eisa might have always regarded elder brother Mo as a role model but he's enjoying a spot of sibling rivalry this season.
THE MOORE THE MERRIER!
HAVING endured the role of back-up goalkeeper more often than he would have liked, you can understand why Stuart Moore is relishing his opportunity to seize the gloves at Morecambe.
LOWE ON HIGH!
Preston beat Argyle to go back on top
ROVERS' 5,000 IS UP IN STYLE...
JON Dahl Tomasson revelled in the celebratory atmosphere as Blackburn marked their 5,000th league game with victory against Middlesbrough.
WILLIAMS' LATE GOAL IS A KILLER FOR TOWN
Veteran Shaun nicks Gills victory
GILLIEAD HAS MARINERS' NUMBER TO EARN POINT
MARK Hughes hailed Alex Gilliead’s “versatility” after the half time substitute secured Bradford a draw against Grimsby
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN!
WHEN is a Premier League player not a Premier League player? When nobody in the Premier League will offer them a contract
ALEXANDER'S CHEER AS HIS TROOPS HOLD THE MAGPIES
GRAHAM Alexander is delighted with his MK Dons’ start to the sea son after they held on for a point against unbeaten Notts County
BROWN TO BUILD ON COD ARMY EXPERIENCE
SCOTT Brown says he will utilise the lessons he learned at Fleetwood Town in his next job in management
CALDWELL'S KIDS HANDED A LESSON BY FIRED-UP O'S
GARY Caldwell conceded his young Exeter side got what they deserved against Leyton Orient
THE WILY CATS SEARCH FOR PURR-FECT RECIPE!
SUNDERLAND have come a long way since the days when hapless CEO Martin Bain stared incredulously at a list of transfer targets that included Zlatan Ibrahimovic
'IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO BEAT THAT FEELING OF WINNING!"
GRAHAM Alexplayed ander in over a thougames sand and has managed another 450 since hanging up his boots at the age of 40
'IT'S TIME TO SORT FINANCES'
CLUBS' coalition Fair Game have welcomed the Government's commitment to introduce a new Independent Regulator for English football - but want it to have greater powers
SIZZLING SARA'S OFF TO A FLYER
IT’S only the opening stages of the season, but Norwich’s Gabriel Sara, Wigan’s Charlie Wyke and Swindon’s Jake Young have already scooped silverware
BLEND IS JUST RIGHT JAMIE
JAMIE Proctor believes Barrow have assembled a perfect blend of hungry Non-League recruits and experienced pros to mix it with League Two’s big guns this season
Barrage of goals at death add to drama
MAC DOUBLE DOWNS ACCY AS MAGPIES HIT TOP SPOT
LUKE Williams said his Notts County side left him ‘exhausted’ despite earning a two-goal victory over Accrington Stanley at Meadow Lane.
WILY LEON GETS THE LEGGE UP - IN GOAL!
FORMER Port Vale and Cambridge United defender Leon Legge had a Bank Holiday to remember after being forced to play in goal for new club Bootle.
£20M TELLA IN A FOND FAREWELL TO SAINTS
NATHAN TELLA has thanked the Southampton coaches for keeping their faith with him after he landed a £20m move to Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen.
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