Luton Town collapsed to a 4-3 home defeat to Carlisle United having led twice in the match, including a 3-1 lead with 25 minutes to go.
It was a topsy-turvy match with many chances and was far from a defensive masterclass from both sides as there was some very cheap goals on show.
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Luton Town kept a third consecutive clean sheet but couldn’t find the back of the net despite hitting the woodwork twice in a goalless draw at neighbours Stevenage.
Danny Green’s free-kick hit the bar and Josh McQuoid’s header resulted in the same outcome as the match boiled over in the stands after Paul Benson saw red late on.
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England and France stood firm after the attacks in Paris on Friday night to put on a match that will live long in the memory for all involved, most of which had nothing to do with what happened on the pitch.
When the friendly was announced, it immediately stood out as a great opportunity for England to test themselves against the host nation of the European Championships next summer and a team which is full of young talent. Ultimately, it was much more important than a test for England, it was a test of two nations in a fight much bigger than football.
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Luton Town got their first victory at home since September after a goal in each half secured a 2-0 win against struggling Barnet.
Josh McQuoid and Danny Green impressed throughout as McQuoid laid on both goals in a relatively assured performance by the Hatters.
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Manchester United are set the empty the contents of their wallet on Real Madrid’s President Florentino Pérez’s desk in an attempt to secure the double signing of superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale.
Since the day Ronaldo left the Premier League to become the greatest Galactico there has ever been, it’s always been clear to see he’s been missing the cold and wet weather of Manchester. Now that Rafa Benitez is in charge, he has even more reason to leave the biggest club in the world.
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