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RUMOUR MILL: Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone’s representatives contact Everton to express his interest in vacant manager’s position | Liverpool contact PSG over loan move for Julian Draxler | Arsenal could snap up Inter Milan’s Joao Mario for £26m

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone’s representatives have contacted Everton to express his interest in the vacant manager’s position and the rest of today’s gossip.

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David Haule

Moles and Harlow set to do it all over again with Dulwich awaiting the winners in FA Trophy

Aylesbury FC face a home tie against Dulwich Hamlet in the second qualifying round of the FA Trophy if they manage to overcome Harlow Town in tonight’s replay.

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Harry Scott brilliantly finds the top corner for one of his two goals in Monday's game at Beaconsfield. Pictures: Marc Keinch

Hartley and Beaconsfield blown away as resurgent Moles go marching up the table

Aylesbury FC’s recent resurgence gathered pace on Saturday when they pulled off the upset of the day by beating high-flying Hartley Wintney 2-0 – and that was immediately followed by another terrific victory on Monday, this time 3-0 at Beaconsfield.

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Richard Lee

Former Watford footballer and Aylesbury Grammar School pupil Richard Lee launches new book

Former Aylesbury Grammar School pupil and Watford goalkeeper Richard Lee has released his second book.

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Ty Deacon. Picture by Marc Keinch

Moles made to work hard before sealing FA Trophy progress

Aylesbury FC survived a frantic finish to book their place in round one of this season’s FA Trophy, eventually fending off Molesey 4-3 at the weekend.

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Tyriq Hunte scored a second-half brace. Pictures: Mike Snell

Wolves come calling for teenage star Jamie as Ducks face FA Trophy replay after late drama

An injury-time equaliser for AFC Sudbury prevented Aylesbury United from progressing in the FA Trophy, meaning the sides will do it all again after a 2-2 draw at in Saturday’s preliminary round at the King’s Marsh Stadium.

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Chiltern Railways cancel trains to Wembley on October 5, affecting England vs Slovenia travel

Chiltern Railways cancel trains to Wembley on October 5, affecting England vs Slovenia travel

Chiltern Railways will not be stopping any trains at Wembley Stadium on Thursday evening for fans travelling to the England v Slovenia football match because of the impact of a Tube strike.

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Paul McCarthy can't reach Almond's free-kick. Picture by Marc Keinch

Moles stop the rot after back-to-back wins lift them away from early trouble

Two league wins in a week have finally got Aylesbury FC’s season going as they jumped from 21st to 17th in Southern League East Division.

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Goalkeepers star as Hogg’s late show rescues a point for Ducks

Goalkeepers star as Hogg’s late show rescues a point for Ducks

Ollie Hogg’s late goal earned Aylesbury United a point from Saturday’s home clash with Fleet Town after a game that just about had it all.

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Ty Deacon goes close. Picture by Marc Keinch

Sixth straight defeat leaves Moles in the bottom two

A sixth successive league defeat dropped Aylesbury FC into the bottom two of the Southern League East Division as they were beaten 2-0 away at Ashford Town on Saturday.

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Preston North End, 1888-89

QUIZ: A slice of football history

It was 129 years ago today, the first-ever series of fixtures was played in the English Football League.

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Jonny Montgomery scores for FC. Picture by Marc Keinch

Plucky Moles edged out by ruthless Leiston in FA Cup

Aylesbury FC waved goodbye to the FA Cup for another year having gone down to a 3-1 defeat to Leiston at the weekend.

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Tyriq Hunte's 54th minute goal sparks jubilant celebrations among the Aylesbury contingent. Picture: Mike Snell

Ducks given trip to Baldock after winning through in FA Cup

Aylesbury United will make the trip to Baldock Town for the second qualifying round of the FA Cup following Saturday’s success at Tilbury.

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Hilarious Thames Valley Police transfer deadline day tweet goes viral

Hilarious Thames Valley Police transfer deadline day tweet goes viral

Thursday is transfer deadline day in the world of football and Thames Valley Police saw it as the perfect opportunity to drive home a message to motorists.

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Jack Wood scores the winning goal as Aylesbury United beat Aylesbury FC 1-0 in 'El Quackico' on Bank Holiday Monday

MATCH REPORT: Ducks get off the mark for the season with victory in Aylesbury derby

Aylesbury United continued their good recent run of form against their rivals when they triumphed 1-0 against Aylesbury FC in the first derby of the season on Bank Holiday Monday.

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Harry Scott. Pictures: Jake McNulty

Report and pictures: Moles given a home tie after easing past Cirencester in FA Cup

Aylesbury FC have been given a home tie in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup having progressed through with a 2-1 win over Cirencester Town at the weekend.

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Jamie Jellis scoring his debut goal. Picture by Mike Snell

Ducks get second bite at the cherry after Cam saves the day

Aylesbury United face an FA Cup replay on Wednesday evening after substitute Reece Cameron spared their blushes in Saturday’s preliminary round tie at Leverstock Green as he netted a late equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw.

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Gavin Hinds-Cadette. Picture by Mike Snell

Ducks drowned out in sobering start to new season

Excitement for the new football season quickly turned to disappointment for fans of Aylesbury United when their opening day encounter with Beaconsfield Town ended in a heavy 4-1 home defeat.

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Aylesbury celebrate Propser's equaliser. Picture by Mark Keinch

Moles up and running with opening day draw at Hayes & Yeading

Aylesbury FC got the new Southern League season up and running with a creditable 1-1 away draw at Hayes & Yeading United on Saturday.

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The English Premier League is experiencing a textbook case of hyperinflation

The English Premier League is experiencing a textbook case of hyperinflation

The big summer transfer headline belongs to Neymar and his record-breaking £198m move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain. But, by anyone’s standards, the spending across English Premier League football clubs has been similarly jaw-dropping. With £40m fees now commonplace, last year’s record-breaking spend of £1.165 billion is almost certain to be smashed again before the transfer window closes on August 31.

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