PAUNOVIC SALUTES ‘FANTASTIC' JOAO
VELJKO Paunovic is de-lighted that Reading are starting to change their mentality after a win at Huddersfield.
STANISLAS CHEER FOR THE CHERRIES
Late goal sees off Potters
SAM'S THE MAN AS ROVERS SINK POOL
PAUL Tisdale sang the praises of Sam Nicholson after the midfielder's sublime first-half volley had proved the winner in an entertaining clash.
Maturing maestro realises his potential
MICHAEL O’Neill, the manager of Stoke City, claimed recently that he was “squeezing everything” out of Nick Powell.
JIMMY IS BACK AT BREWERS
Hasselbaink’s huge challenge
LOWE STINGS THE HORNETS
Converted forward is lauded by Cooper
HANDS OFF OUR EMI, RAPS FARKE
DANIEL Farke backed Emi Buendia to stay at Nor-wich after watching him produce a brilliant winner to see off Barnsley.
FRANCOMB WARMS UP FOR LEEDS..
GEORGE Francomb fired Crawley Town into the play-off spots to leave boss John Yems hailing his side’s mentality.
ELIJAH'S HUNGRY TO AD TO HIS HAUL
ELIJAH Adebayo has already matched last season’s goal tally but the Walsall hitman still feels ‘annoyed’ about the ones that got away.
COVID-HIT DONS DID ME PROUD – HODGES
GLYN Hodges says AFC Wimbledon should not blame Covid-19 for their defeat to leaders Lincoln City, despite asking the EFL to postpone the game.
TIGERS HAND TOP SPOT TO POMPEY
KENNY Jackett wants Portsmouth to take inspiration from being top of the table after replacing Hull with victory at the KCOM Stadium.
POWELL NICKS IT AS CITY DIG DEEP
O’Neill’s delight at rearguard display
PAUNOVIC RAPS ‘HORRENDOUS' ROYALS SHOW
STRAIGHT-talking Veljko Paunovic labelled his Reading side’s first half “horrendous” after losing to promotion rivals Brentford.
MIGHTY MIGHTEN RESCUES FOREST
CHRIS Hughton was delighted to see Alex Mighten come alive when it really mattered after the teenager’s first senior goal earned a draw for Nottingham Forest at Millwall.
Holden keeps his cool at ref ‘gaffe'
DEAN Holden refused to blame his Bristol City side’s defeat on referee Geoff Eltringham, who admitted he may have got the decision wrong for Preston’s decisive penalty.
Lowe keeps Swans flying high
STEVE Cooper was delighted to see his Swansea side return to winning ways against Barnsley.
JEVANI'S GIFT OF GOALS
Hard-grafting striker bids to deliver again
DABO'S SMASH HIT WITH THE FANS
Defender on song
BOTTOMS UP! INSWORTH IS AIMING HIGH
GARETH Ainsworth backed his Wycombe side to avoid relegation, despite seeing them slip to the bottom of the table.
Aerial king so crucial if Bluebirds are to soar
DEFEAT to Swansea in the south Wales derby was a bitter – but fleeting – blow to Cardiff manager Neil Harris.
WELLENS' ACES ARE ON A ROLL
BOSS Richie Wellens believes momentum is building at Salford as the Ammies saw off in-form Walsall to move back into the play-off places.
NOVAK HAS TRUEMAN ON A ROLL
BRADFORD City won for the third time in a row under caretaker manager Mark Trueman as they beat Tranmere at Prenton Park.
MUNOZ OFF TO PERFECT START
XISCO Munoz celebrat-ed victory in his first match as Watford boss after Ismaila Sarr’s first-half goal was enough to earn the points at home to leaders Norwich.
MISFIRING POTTERS FAIL TO HIT THE MARK
STOKE manager Michael O’Neill believes an easing injury list will make his Potters stronger in 2021 after their scoring struggles continued with a draw at Coventry.
HILL FUMES AFTER TRAWLERMEN TOIL
ASSISTANT boss Clint Hill hit out at the performance of referee Tom Nield after his Fleetwood side were held at Gresty Road by a disputed goal.
HELIK STRIKES AT THE DEATH TO SINK TOWN
Defender’s double breaks Terriers’ hearts
GRECIANS FAIL TO IND MATT A FINISH
FRUSTRATED Matt Taylor felt his Exeter side did enough to beat Forest Green Rovers, but a failure to take their chances meant the top-of-the-table clash finished all square.
CARLOS IS KING OF THE SHRIMPS
DEREK Adams ad-mitted to be-ing thrilled after Carlos Mendes Gomes inspired his Morecambe side to a come-from-behind triumph over a spirited Grimsby.
Buzzing Bees have New Year's wish...
IF THE 2019-20 season ultimately ended in heartbreak for Brentford, it seems this current campaign may finally give them a happy ending.
The Royals Are Back In Command!
Reading boss Veljko Paunovic felt his team reproduced their rampant early-season form – at least in the first half – as they secured a hard-fought triumph over Luton Town.