Archived content: Rewind 21 years Steve Claridge's shin helps Steve Claridge score the equalising goal in the First Division play-off Final as he lets the ball sail past Nigel Martyn and into the goal. He will never forget May 27, 1996....
Archived content: No one can argue racism in football and say, “More needs to be done.” At Kick It Out, they are working tirelessly to eliminate long-lasting stains on the beautiful game. They made their education and equality work even better than...
Archived content: Kit gave. Shinpads were applied. Prior to him stood a powerful, imposing figure. Rooney also. He was about to make his Premier League debut and the more high-profile moment was the match against Manchester United. Seeing them all standing...
Archived content: Young players tend to be criticised for being overrated. The wages of some first-team hopefuls are being hotly discussed. But what if they weren't getting paid for a long period of time? When Leyton Orient's massive tax debts forced them to...
Archived content: Since 2008, Manchester City has experienced a Gold Rush-like financial expansion. The first investors came in with literal gold and superstar athletes. Then came silver, in the shape of the League and FA Cup trophies. Gems are finally...
Archived content: Palace U18's Paddy McCarthy cheered his players on to a 2-1 victory over Coventry City, which included applauding 15-year-old Crystal Palace scholar Jude Russell. This mature performance from an extremely young Palace side put an end to the Sky...
Archived content: The talented but troubled Crystal Palace U18s put in their best performance of the season in a comprehensive 3-0 win over Hull City. Despite the young team having no hope of closing in on first place or second place,...
Archived content: Chelsea's U21s had an exhausting shoot-out victory over League One Oxford United in the Checkatrade Trophy on Thursday night – in which 34 spot kicks were taken altogether. Even though Oxford United's Wes Thomas had already missed two penalties...
Archived content: Nicky Butt, the U23s' interim manager, led Manchester United's U23s to a 3-1 defeat against Brentford B as Chris Mepham scored twice. Mepham, who celebrated his 19th birthday on Saturday, netted a first-half wonder strike in the Griffin Park...

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