[The Star] - Experienced striker Andy Gray, midfielder Stephen Dawson and defender Scott Goldbourne all returned to the starting line-up, the latter having injured himself in the club's away fixture with Southampton earlier this month. Loan players Korey Smith and
[The Star] - Goalkeeper David Button, drafted in on an emergency loan, made his Tykes debut due to injuries to Luke Steele and David Preece, Stephen Dawson returned to midfield and veteran striker Andy Gray was recalled. Palace defender Paddy McCarthy and Barnsley
[Mirror.co.uk] - As we all know, the Premier League was invented by those eminent rocket scientists Richard Keys and Andy Gray, but it is still possible to survive without a satellite dish beaming football into your home AVB? Never mind the sack
[Evening Standard] - Barnsley had the better of the first half and saw Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni save well from Matt Done's shot and a header from Andy Gray. The hosts improved after the break and should have gone ahead when Glenn Murray chose to pass and not volley
[Leamington Courier] - Pupil Jacob 11 is seen at the wheel, while school friends along with Andy Gray and Dan Robinson from Codemasters watch. MHLC Codemasters MAR13 CHILDREN at Southam Primary School got close to the experience of sitting behind the wheel of a
[Evening Standard] - Former Sky Sports duo Richard Keys and Andy Gray have pushed up ratings by a quarter since joining Talksport a year ago. UTV Media slumped to a pre-tax loss of £21.7 million as it took a £45 million “non-cash” writedown on the value of its Irish radio
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[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Fellow midfielder Stephen Dawson, who started on the substitutes' bench on Saturday, gives Hill an alternative option while strikers Andy Gray and Chris Dagnall and winger David Cotterill are all pushing for recalls to the starting line-up.
[Sunday Mercury] - THIS is no disrespect to Aston Villa newboy Brett Holman – he could be a world beater – but I fear his summer free transfer move to Villa Park is a worrying sign of the times to come for Alex McLeish. The days of splashing out £15 million-plus on
[The Sport Review] - By Andy Gray 5:29pm UK, Friday 16 March, Roberto Di Matteo has had a good start to life as Chelsea manager but I certainly don't expect him to get the job on a permanent basis. I think Roman Abramovich is always going to go for a bigger name to
[Sunday Mercury] - THE England manager's job has already been given to Harry Redknapp it seems by fans and pundits around the country – but I would urge the Football Association to think outside of the box. There are some outstanding candidates in this country
[Sunday Mercury] - I know I've been singing his praises but looking ahead to today's game between Manchester United and West Brom, I'd be very surprised if Roy Hodgson was able to take his team to Old Trafford and win. And, to be honest, I think he himself would be too!
[Sunday Mercury] - I read some comments this week about Manchester United's Ashley Young having to move on from Aston Villa to further his international career and, I have to say, I didn't agree at all. You do not have to be playing for one of the five or six big clubs
[Sunday Mercury] - Wolves' Roger Johnson got himself in trouble this week for turning up to training under the influence of alcohol. With everything that's happening there – it could not have come at a worse time for fledgling manager Terry Connor.
[Sunday Mercury] - THE financial results published by Aston Villa this week and the record £54 million loss is very worrying indeed – I fear for my old club. It's very easy to blame owner Randy Lerner and some of his managerial appointments but you can't say he hasn't
[Sunday Mercury] - If you're 2-0 down 13 minutes into your first game as manager away from home in the Premier League against a team who are going really well, then you'd be worried. Full marks to Terry, he changed some little things at half-time, he had a good team-talk
[Sunday Mercury] - If he had been their first choice, then he would have had the job a week ago. I can't for the life of me understand why it has taken this long for them to make a move. It's a dangerous ploy that has jeopardised their Premier League status.
[Sunday Mercury] - CHRIS Hughton deserves all the plaudits he is getting for the job he's doing at Birmingham City – but now they are up there, right in the mix, you would have to say the club will be looking at the play-offs as a bare minimum. A 15-game unbeaten run is
[Your Local Guardian] - Apart from Done's long range efforts, the first half was uneventful, with Andy Gray the only other player to test Speroni but his glancing header went straight to the Argentine. Many found themselves looking forward to the half-time entertainment as a
[Chichester Observer] - Andy Gray joined the back row. Chichester drove with confidence but suffered from knock-ons. Tom Polhill got over the gain line but support was not close enough. Blount crashed through a gap near touch only to be poleaxed. OEs lock Shepheard went off
[Radio Today] - talkSPORT has been extending its sports focused output over the past couple of years, with Richard Keys and Andy Gray joining the station in February to take over the mid morning 10am to 1pm slot and The Sports Bar joining the schedule last