Adam’s latest “The Championship Corner” column. Oliver Burke scored and made two more goals in the 4-3 defeat of Burton Albion on the opening day of the season. He then netted twice as Nottingham Forest beat Wigan Athletic by the same score-line before bagging another as Leeds United were seen off 3-1. The exciting Scotsman 

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The face of football has changed so dramatically over the last 20 years, it is hard to imagine any of the new breed of top flight players learning the art of management in the perceived “doldrums” of League 2 (or Division 4 as I still like to call it). When you are taking home pay 

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1955: Hibernian v Rot Weiss Essen Edinburgh team Hibernian, known more popularly as Hibs, became the first British football club to compete in the European Cup. English sides declined to enter the inaugural contest, but there was more interest north of the border. However, reigning Scottish Champions Aberdeen did not enter. Hibs were selected partly 

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Jenkins wearily leaned in from the back-rest of his well-worn executive chair to peruse over his as-yet uncompleted team sheet for the umpteenth occasion of this long and fruitless evening. The only object in his cramped office that separated him from total darkness was a small table lamp, inscribed on the filament with the Nottingham 

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