Paddy Madden winner keeps Scunthorpe in play-off hunt Leading marksman Paddy Madden headed Scunthorpe to a 1-0 victory against Port Vale to keep alive their hopes of gate-crashing the play-offs. He broke the deadlock in the 61st minute with his 22nd goal
Mauricio Pochettino believes he can be Tottenham’s Sir Alex Ferguson with plans to build Spurs into a force in English football. Pochettino has struck a verbal agreement over a two-year extension to his current deal, which will keep him at White Hart Lane until 2021. The Argentinian has nurtured a talented young squad this season
Ranieri added: “We believe we can do it. That doesn’t mean we will win, it just means we believe we can. “It’s been step by step. When I said 39 points at Christmas, then asked for another 40 for the rest of the season. “Then it was Europa League, OK, then Champions League, so now
Two goals from Henri Lansbury and one from Robert Tesche earned Nottingham Forest a 3-1 win at Fulham in the Sky Bet Championship at Craven Cottage on Saturday. The two struggling sides started the clash on equal points, but a number of unforced errors in the first half cost the home side.
Fulham came back
Blackburn 2-2 Bristol City Two second half goals from Jonathan Kodija and Aaron Wilbraham had looked like giving the Robins three points as they came from behind But Graham popped up with 11 minutes to go and Cardiff 2-1 Bolton The Bluebirds’ play-off hopes were handed a lifeline five minutes into added time as they