JAMES HARDING was Yate Town's FA Cup goal hero as the Southern Premier South Bluebells upset National League Dover Athletic 1-0 at Lodge Road last night.

Harding's 75th minute winner - a back post tap-in - ensures another home payday for Paul Michael's mid-table SPS side as they now host Darren Sarll's Yeovil Town in the first round over the weekend of November 6/7.


RYAN LOWE Table-topping Argyle "different class"

Ryan Lowe praised his League One leaders for makingryan lowe it three wins on the spin with a 3-0 home win over Bolton in ever-worsening wet conditions.

Lowe said: “Any wins on the spin – especially with the games coming thick and fast – are great but there’s very little time and we are on the road to Morecambe on Friday for Saturday. There’s no let-up and we just have to keep recovering the right way, and working hard to keep the winning streak going.”


BRISTOL ROVERS confirm Joey Barton appointment

BRFC 120As anticipated League One Bristol Rovers today confirmed Joey Barton as their new first team manager.

Barton, 38, takes over 19th placed Rovers ahead of tomorrow's home game against second from bottom Wigan Athletic (1900ko).


ARGYLE boss Ryan Lowe "We are on our way back"

Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe praised his side as they hit the top of League One with a 2-1 home win over Burton.

Lowe said: “It feels good to be top of the league whether it’s for the short term or the long term, a month, a week, two weeks whatever.”


WOMENS FOOTBALL England call-up for City ace Salmon

Free scoring Bristol City Women's ace Ebony Salmon is set to team up with the England senior women's squad for the first time tomorrow.

Salmon joins Hege Riise's first 21-player England Women's squad when they meet at St George's Park ahead of next Tuesday's televised home friendly against Northern Ireland (1230) at the team’s national training base.


BRISTOL CITY appoint Nigel Pearson until end of season

Bristol City LogoBristol City have unveiled former Leicester City, Derby County and Watford boss Nigel Pearson as their new manager until the end of the season.

The Nottingham-born former Shrewsbury and Sheffield Wednesday central defender will be an observer as City visit another of his former clubs, Middlesbrough, tonight (1900ko).


BRISTOL CITY Holden departs after sixth loss on spin

Bristol City LogoBristol City head coach Dean Holden has been relieved of his duties with immediate effect following six successive defeats.

City confirmed Holden's depature following a 2-0 home league defeat by fifth placed Reading coming swiftly after Saturday's 6-0 setback at third placed Watford.


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