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https://plus.google.com/100936814274971907480 Sports News from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy suggests Jonathan Parr will take Tyrone Mings's Ipswich Town spot http://dlvr.it/BN22B5...
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Mick McCarthy suggests Jonathan Parr will take Tyrone Mings's Ipswich Town spot - Sports Mole
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hints that Jonathan Parr will be the man to step up at left-back after the sale of Tyrone Mings to Bournemouth.
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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hints that Jonathan Parr will be the man to step up at left-back ...
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hints that Jonathan Parr will be the man to step up at left-back after the sale of Tyrone Mings to Bournemouth. #IpswichTown #Football #Championship
Mick McCarthy suggests Jonathan Parr will take Tyrone Mings's Ipswich Town spot - Sports Mole
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy hints that Jonathan Parr will be the man to step up at left-back after the sale of Tyrone Mings to Bournemouth.
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West Brom comment: Wolves went for a sexy signing and Albion went under the radar

IN the summer of 2011 Albion and Wolves were both desperate for a centre-back. Roy Hodgson’s Albion had finished a comfortable mid-table having beaten Villa to secure safety four games from the end of the season. They headed into a derby at Molineux with their proverbial slippers on, with Abdoulaye Meite doing his best to serve three points on a platter. West Bromwich Albion defender Jonas Olsson Jonas Olsson was still at the club but so too was Gabriel Tamas and Pablo Ibanez. Hodgson only managed 12 games that season after leaving Liverpool, he had to wait until the 11th for his first clean sheet. Plugging that defence was a priority. He turned to a 31-year-old in the Championship who had never played in the top flight. Meanwhile, Mick McCarthy’s Wolves stayed up by the skin of their teeth. With three minutes of the season remaining they were down, until Stephen Hunt scored against Blackburn to reduce a 3-1 deficit. Jody Craddock, a fine servant, spent too long on the treatment table, Steven Mouyokolo was loaned to Sochaux and the brunt of the defensive duties were left to Richard Stearman and Christophe Berra. Sam Bagnall/AMA, Matthew Ashton/AMA Roger Johnson of Wolverhampton Wanderers McCarthy waited until he finally got his man in mid-July with a signing that excited the fans – Roger Johnson sealing a £4 million move from Blues on a wapping great salary. Johnson took Karl Henry’s captaincy and forged a friendship with the newly acquired Jamie O’Hara, also on mega-bucks following a £5 million move from Spurs. Meanwhile, back at Albion a day after a 3-3 draw at Newcastle where Albion’s problems were again plain to see, they pounced on Ipswich Town with a signing that raised few eyebrows. In came Gareth McAuley whose stock was very much under the radar after a career spent previously at Lincoln and Leicester. Alex Livesey/Getty Images Liverpool v West Brom, February 2013: Gareth McAuley heads Albion into the lead Hodgson said at the time: “We believe the time is right for him to embark on a career in the Premier League after doing so well in the Championship and for his country. “We are very happy, in the face of lots of competition, to have acquired his services and persuaded him to join us. “He is the Northern Ireland captain who knows British football and he will be a very valuable addition to our squad next year.” How right he was. The players Albion fans want at The Hawthorns VIEW GALLERY Finally Jonas Olsson had the weight taken off his shoulders and the pair were terrific together during 2011/12 right the way through to this season. Their first pairing? Six games into the 2011/12 season when McAuley replaced Tamas against Fulham. A clean-sheet the outcome. Others followed against Wolves, Manchester City, Sunderland and Chelsea where McAuley got the winner – his second of two goals that season. Gareth McAuley scores the winner for West Brom against Chelsea in 2012 With McAuley at the heart of their defence Albion were able to build a foundation from which they are still benefitting now. Alan Irvine might look back now and question just why he left him on the sidelines last season until December. Perhaps had he called for him sooner – his first game saw a Man of the Match performance at Hull on a goalless darw – then he would not have been axed quite so soon. Never the quickest but brave and resolute. A model professional off the park. No wonder Leicester and the three promoted clubs wanted him. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images) Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
West Brom comment: Wolves went for a sexy signing and Albion went under the radar

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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale ...
The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad. #TransferTalk #IpswichTown #Football #Championship
Ipswich Town to "reinvest" Tyrone Mings money - Sports Mole
The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad.
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The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad. #TransferTalk #IpswichTown #Football
Ipswich Town to "reinvest" Tyrone Mings money - Sports Mole
The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad.
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The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad. #TransferTalk #IpswichTown #Football
Ipswich Town to "reinvest" Tyrone Mings money - Sports Mole
The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad.
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The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad. #TransferTalk #IpswichTown #Football
Ipswich Town to "reinvest" Tyrone Mings money - Sports Mole
The managing director of Ipswich Town says that Mick McCarthy will be given the money from the sale of Tyrone Mings to strengthen his squad.
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The Forgettables: Four Planks From Sunderland's Past
Here is a chilling look at the kind of names from Sunderland's Championship past we somehow manage to escape going back to every year.
The dust is starting to settle on yet another relegation-escape-job campaign, leaving us with the yearly summer reflection of our season disappointments.
However, optimism is once again filling the air after Mrs. Advocaat let her man come out to play for another season, leaving us discussing what the Little General's plans are for next season.
So, as Championship football beckoned as we approached the tail end of the season and looked a serious possibility, it got us thinking; just how bad would it have been to drop back down to the second-tier of English football?
In a light-hearted 'thank f**k we're not doomed for another season of lower league football' weekly feature, we'll take a look at some of the most obscure and forgotten players to be on the Black Cats' books at that level - and any level for that matter. We'll also throw in a few of the notable lads just for sanity reasons.
Simon Johnson
Remember this guy? Signed on-loan from Leeds United by Mick McCarthy, Johnson, an attacking winger/striker, joined the club on an initial one-month deal.
After impressing, the club extended the deal for an extra month, which left the Englishman, starved at opportunities at Elland Road, calling the move a rejuvenation of his career after signing:
"I've said before that I might have been going a bit stale at Leeds and the change of scenery has been good for me.
"You can stay at one club for too long and the loan to Sunderland has really kick-started things for me".
However, it wasn't. Johnson only managed to represent the club five times, four of which were substitution appearances.
From then on, the resurrected career saw him plummet down the leagues, representing both Darlington and Hereford United.
He was promoted to League One with The Bulls in the 2007/08 season, appearing for the club 33 times and scoring five times.
Where is he now? Well, I couldn't tell you. The 32-year-old most recently represented Hinckley AFC in 2014 and now appears to be a free agent.
Mark Lynch
Hooray for another Mick McCarthy special!
The right back was signed by the Irish manager in the summer of 2004, joining the club from Manchester United, for whom he only appeared once for - against Deportivo La Coruna in the Champions League when he scored a comical own goal.
He lasted just one season with club, amassing just 13 appearances.
After leaving and joining Hull City, his career reached new heights. On his debut, the Manchester-born defender suffered an injury within the first minute of the game before recovering and seeing the red card in his returning match. Like at Sunderland, he was released after only one season at the Tigers.
After spiraling down the league ladder, representing Yeovil Town, Rotherham United and Stockport County, Lynch's career came to a close in 2012 after his release from Altrincham.
Alan Quinn
Sunderland signed the Republic of Ireland international from Sheffield Wednesday on a three-month loan deal back in 2003, with Michael Reddy going in the other direction.
A fans-favourite at Hillsbrough, the midfielder joined the Black Cats to revive his faltering international career.
However, Quinn failed to impress - guess who? - Mick McCarthy, and only made six appearances during his time on Wearside.
After leaving Sunderland, unlike much of the others, he enjoyed relative success.
Following his release from Wednesday, he made the switch to rivals Sheffield United, where he would go on to represent the club in the Premier League, making 19 appearances.
After relegation, he failed to hold down a first team spot and joined Ipswich, initially on load.
Where is he now? At the grand-age of 35, the former Irish international now dons the amber colours of Handsworth Parramore in the Northern Counties East Premier Division.
Andy Marriott

After an impressive spell at Wrexham, where he made 255 appearances, Peter Reid swooped to bring the goalkeeper to the Stadium of Light in £200,000 deal.
However, the former Arsenal and Nottingham Forest man failed to oust Thomas Sorensen from the starting birth, and only made five appearances for the lads, three of which came in the cup.
After living on the bench during his three years at the club, he moved on to Oakwell, joining Barnsley on a free transfer.
Leaving the Yorkshire club in 2003, he would join five clubs before 2005. His most famous moment came in his only appearance for Birmingham City, where Robbie Keane snuck up behind him, stealing the ball away from his feet and tapping it into the net.
He continued his journey around English league clubs, representing Torquay United, Boston United and Exeter City, with the St James Park club becoming the 17th of his career.
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The Forgettables: Four Planks From Sunderland's Past - NewZwolf.com
Here is a chilling look at the kind of names from Sunderland's Championship past we somehow manage to escape going back to every year. The dust is starting to settle on yet another relegation-escape-job campaign, leaving us with the yearly summer reflection of our season disappointments. However, optimism is once again filling the air after Mrs. Advocaat let her man come out to play for another season, leaving us discussing what the Little Gener...
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Championship transfer rumour round-up: QPR to compete with big bucks; Dembele to Genoa? Weimann to Rams...
Championship transfer rumour round-up: QPR to compete with big bucks; Dembele to Genoa? Weimann to Rams?

QPR: QPR’s Championship transfer fund will be boosted by the news that they have received £64.9million income from the Premier League despite being relegated last season. Rangers earned the least from the league followed by Burnley (£65.4m), Hull (£66.6m), Aston Villa (£68.6m) and Sunderland (£69.9m). Birmingham City: Reported Birmingham City target Paul Anderson is determined to remain in Suffolk despite being released by Ipswich Town. The winger is out of contract having helped the Portman Road outfit reach the play-offs but wants to remain in the area having settled in Ipswich. Tractor Boys manager Mick McCarthy has not closed the door on Anderson and said the situation may be reviewed later in the summer. Fulham: Genoa are taking a look at Fulham whizz-kid Moussa Dembele. The 18-year-old joined Fulham from Paris St-Germain in 2012 and played a key role as the club’s U18 team won the Premier Academy League. However, Sky Italia are warning the Cottagers to expect a bid from the Serie A side in the coming weeks. Derby County: Aston Villa striker Andreas Weimann has emerged as one of Derby County’s transfer targets. The 23-year-old is out of favour under Tim Sherwood and big changes are expected at Villa Park this summer after their relegation battle. Reports in the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph claim County could offer the forward a £2million escape route. Brighton & Hove Albion: Brighton & Hove Albion are planning for the future after confirming the signing of teenage winger Joe Ward from Chelmsford City this morning. The Seagulls’ have plucked the 19-year-old from non-league football and Ward will link up with the club’s development squad as he tries to break into the first-team setup. New contracts Bristol City: Free-scoring defender Aden Flint has committed his future to Bristol City as prepare for next season in the Championship. The centre-back who bagged an incredible 15 goals last season will now stay at Ashton Gate until 2019. "I’m delighted to sign an extension," Flint told the club’s official website. "I’m tied down until 2019 and looking forward to the years ahead as a Bristol City player.” Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
Championship transfer rumour round-up: QPR to compete with big bucks; Dembele to Genoa? Weimann to Rams?

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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Mick McCarthy will not leave Ipswich Town this summer, according to the club's managing director Ian...
Mick McCarthy will not leave Ipswich Town this summer, according to the club's managing director Ian Milne. #IpswichTown #Fulham #Football #Championship
Ian Milne: 'Mick McCarthy not leaving Ipswich Town' - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy will not leave Ipswich Town this summer, according to the club's managing director Ian Milne.
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Mick McCarthy will not leave Ipswich Town this summer, according to the club's managing director Ian Milne. #IpswichTown #Fulham #Football
Ian Milne: 'Mick McCarthy not leaving Ipswich Town' - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy will not leave Ipswich Town this summer, according to the club's managing director Ian Milne.
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Mick McCarthy will not leave Ipswich Town this summer, according to the club's managing director Ian Milne. #IpswichTown #Fulham #Football
Ian Milne: 'Mick McCarthy not leaving Ipswich Town' - Sports Mole
Mick McCarthy will not leave Ipswich Town this summer, according to the club's managing director Ian Milne.
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https://plus.google.com/103962698437660100877 League Two news from Sports Mole : Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship...
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship manager of the year award. #Bournemouth #BristolCity #WycombeWanderers #BradfordCity #Football
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe named Championship manager of the year - Sports Mole
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship manager of the year award.
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https://plus.google.com/117756354950859674330 League One news from Sports Mole : Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship...
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship manager of the year award. #Bournemouth #BristolCity #WycombeWanderers #BradfordCity #Football
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe named Championship manager of the year - Sports Mole
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship manager of the year award.
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https://plus.google.com/110868475641444639162 Championship news from Sports Mole : Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship...
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship manager of the year award. #Bournemouth #BristolCity #WycombeWanderers #Football #Championship
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe named Championship manager of the year - Sports Mole
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe beats Mick McCarthy, Slavisa Jokanovic, and Mark Warburton to the Championship manager of the year award.
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