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And finally… Kenilworth woes

The football season is back underway and with it the same old brouhaha as Luton and Boro proved at Kenilworth Rd. Penalty given for a dive outside the box? Check! Penalty ballooned into the stand? Check! Fans goading penalty taker with a “waaaay!” Check! Good to be back.

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And finally… fairytale town

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And finally… Wayward heath

Hayward Heath stuffed Crawley Town 3-1 in the Sussex Senior Cup this week after being sent on their way by this simply astonishing own goal from Town defender Germain Dua, channeling his inner Jamie Pollock.

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