Tag Archives: Nigel Clough

Sixer’s Burton Albion Soapbox: back in the box seat despite the disappointing result

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Malcolm Dawson writes…..with a little more luck we could have had all three points but in truth we were fortunate to come away with a draw. If that sounds more than a little contradictory there’s more to come. We hit the woodwork twice, had a goal disallowed (correctly in my view), theirs came about after […]

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Welcome to Tom Flanagan

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The 4th signing of the summer revolution has been announced on the official website just as most of us were trying to decide if the result of the England – Belgium match was actually beneficial to the national side’s ambitions. Tom Flanagan comes to us from Burton Albion where he played mostly at full back […]

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Sixer’s Burton Albion Soapbox: Brewers highlight our lack of Pedigree

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There is a dark cloud over Sixsmith Towers this morning – both literally and metaphorically. The English language can be ambiguous and the e-mail which accompanied Pete Sixsmith‘s match report simply said “Well that wasn’t unexpected. Thank goodness it’s all over – possibly for good.” Now whether that last bit means things are set to […]

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Burton Albion Who are You?: Brewers’ ‘Pieman’ says we can both beat relegation

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    Dave Child* is a fan of the old school. Burton Albion through and through – ‘who are Derby County?’, he asks when pressed on the competing attractions of other local teams – he was among the 11,000 travelling fans who made Old Trafford less of a library than usual for a cup replay. And […]

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The Robson Report: Sir Alex Ferguson had millions, Clough charisma and brilliance

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NB: COMMENT ON: A technical blip prevented them until now Jeremy Robson pays a grand tribute to Brian Clough to mark the imminent 10th anniversary of his death (aged 69, on September 20 2004). Sunderland fan and top writer Jonathan Wilson’s book, Nobody Ever Says Thank You, is available at very decent prices at Salut! […]

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Derby donkeys, or is the manager an ass?

Like father, like son. Brian Clough was admired for his achievements as player and manager, but divided opinion with his plain speaking. Now Nigel, battling with the rigours of management, finds himself in hot water for intemperate comments on some of his Derby squad. Jeremy Taylor, pictured right, reports … Theo Walcott’s recent confession about […]

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Sixer’s Sub’s Doncaster Rovers Soapbox: it’s a good Friday on Wearside

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The games are coming thick and fast as we get to the fag end and business end of the season. […]

Peterborough vs Sunderland Who are You? One manager sacked (and maybe smacked) and luck running out

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Monsieur Salut writes: it is known to many of my friends, and to observant readers of Salut! Sunderland, that I […]

Peterborough United vs Sunderland: the stakes are high

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We did what was necessary against Doncaster Rovers. We are still masters of our own destiny. But that could change […]

Sixer’s Sevens: Doncaster caught out by Sunderland

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  My first thought was “don’t concede early”. And we didn’t Then I thought “get a good start”. And we […]

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Team: Doncaster Rovers

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  John McCormick writes: What size crowd will turn up on Friday? It’s on TV and we’ve just lost, which […]

Wrinkly Pete says Don’t give up. Your Sunderland needs you

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John McCormick writes: Pete Lynn, aka Wrinkly Pete, adds his words of wisdom to the piece I put up 24 […]

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