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Martinez backs Mackay decision

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Jota snatches win for Brentford in London derby over Fulham

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Spanish midfielder Jota celebrates after netting the winner.

Spanish midfielder Jota hit a stoppage-time winner to fire Brentford to a dramatic 2-1 win over west London rivals Fulham.

The Bees had totally dominated their more illustrious neighbours, but it looked as though goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli's heroics and Hugo Rodallega's eye for goal would leave them empty-handed.

However, Harlee Dean, who was at fault for Rodallega's 57th-minute opener, made amends in style with the equaliser nine minutes from time and substitute Jota, the summer signing from...

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Alex Pearce toils in Royals defeat as Cardiff make it five wins in a row

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Peter Whittingham scores from the penalty spot.

Alex Pearce's nightmare first half helped Cardiff make it five straight home wins as they saw off 10-man Reading 2-1.

The Republic of Ireland international's 45 minutes to forget began with the game's opening goal when the Reading defender diverted Peter Whittingham's inswinging corner past his own goalkeeper.

And seconds before the break the centre-back saw red when he fouled former Royal Adam Le Fondre inside the box, allowing Whittingham to fire home the second from the penalty spot.

A late mistake...

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20 hours ago

Vincent Tan slams Wigan duo Dave Whelan and Malky Mackay as 'racists'

Cardiff owner Vincent Tan has not held back in his criticism.

Cardiff owner Vincent Tan has criticised Wigan chairman Dave Whelan and the club's new manager Malky Mackay, telling the BBC: "This is a racist chairman hiring a racist manager."

Malaysian businessman Tan reacted angrily to Whelan's comments about Jewish and Chinese people in a newspaper interview with The Guardian in which he was defending his decision to hire former Cardiff boss Mackay.

Whelan has since apologised for his comments, though the Football Association says it will treat its investigation...

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FA 'very concerned' over Wigan chairman Dave Whelan's comments

Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has defended his appointment of Malky Mackay.

The Football Association is "very concerned" over the controversial comments Wigan chairman Dave Whelan made when defending the hiring of Malky Mackay as manager, and will treat their investigation as a "priority."

Whelan told the Guardian that he did not find offensive some of the text messages sent while Mackay was at Cardiff and for which he is currently under investigation by the FA.

The Wigan chief's comments were widely condemned as anti-Semitic, while he also came under fire for defending...

1 day ago

Eagles could make Seasiders bow

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New Blackpool signing Chris Eagles might make his debut against former club Bolton at Bloomfield Road.

The winger has been out of the sport since leaving Wanderers over the summer but this week agreed a two-month deal with the Seasiders.

Boss Lee Clark, still searching for his first win at the club bottom of the Sky Bet Championship, remains without skipper Tony McMahon as is suspended for another two games.

Costa Rica international Jose Cubero, central defender Gary MacKenzie and the Oriol brothers...