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Milton Keynes Dons (Postponed because of a Covid outbreak at Rochdale) Shrewsbury v. Crewe (Postponed because of a Covid outbreak at Shrewsbury) Swindon v. Wigan (Postponed because of a frozen pitch) Wimbledon 1-2 Lincoln CityLeague Two Barrow v. Exeter (Postponed because of a frozen pitch) Bolton 0-1 Crawley Town Bradford v. Morecambe (Postponed because of a Covid outbreak at Morecambe) Colchester v. Tranmere (Postponed because of Covid outbreaks at both clubs) Forest Green 1-1 Oldham (Abandoned because of fog)Grimsby 1-2 Cambridge Utd Harrogate Town v. Cheltenham (Postponed because of a frozen pitch)Leyton Orient 1-0 Salford City Mansfield 4-0 Port Vale Newport County v. Southend (Postponed because of a frozen pitch)Stevenage 3-1 Scunthorpe Walsall 0-2 CarlisleScottish PremiershipAberdeen 0-0 Dundee Utd Hamilton 3-0 Motherwell Hibernian 0-3 Livingston Kilmarnock 1-1 St MirrenRoss County 1-1 St JohnstoneFinal score: Crystal Palace 2-0 Sheffield UnitedIt’s all over at Selhurst Park, and it’s a 20th match without a league win for Sheffield United! Palace’s first deflected in off a defender, their second was a wondergoal in which no defender played any part at all.
Even so, it is great to see Benteke looking confident again, and Palace appear to have impressively put that tonking by Liverpool firmly behind them. ” That is about the sum of it. A goal in one of today’s two Scottish Premiership bottom-of-the-table six-pointers, as Ross Draper gives Ross County a 1-0 lead against St Johnstone. That is a very Ross-heavy scoreflash, and a second goal of the season for the 32-year-old midfielder, one of five players called Ross in the Ross County squad. Watford take the lead at Swansea, Tom Cleverley rifling in a low shot from 20 yards! Tom Cleverley of Watford scores their team’s first goal. Photograph: Harry Trump/Getty ImagesAdam Armstrong is at it again, the Blackburn striker grabbing his 16th goal of the season - he’s level with Ivan Toney at the top of the Championship charts now - after being played through on the left at Birmingham, running into the area, opening up his body and sidefooting in at the far post.
Much more here:“A great point for Dundee United at Pittodrie as Micky Mellon reaffirms his credentials as the anti-Bielsa with yet another 0-0, ” reports Simon McMahon, the Guardian’s voluntary occasional part-time Scottish football correspondent. “Who wants goals anyway? ” Well indeed. Crystal Palace vault up to 12th with the three points they banked this afternoon. As for Sheffield United, the good news is that the season is nearly half over. Pos Team P GD Pts 16 Burnley 15 -11 17 Brighton -7 13 18 Fulham -10 11 19 West Brom -24 8 20 Sheff Utd -21 2 It is full time everywhere, and here’s a full full-timely scorecheck:Premier LeagueCrystal Palace 2-0 Sheffield UnitedChampionshipBirmingham 0-2 Blackburn Brentford v. Bristol City (Postponed because of a Covid outbreak at Bristol City) Huddersfield 1-2 Reading Luton v.
“Afternoon Simon, and Happy New Year to you and all clockwatchers, ” writes Simon McMahon, the Guardian’s voluntary occasional part-time Scottish football correspondent. “ Of course after the starter at Ibrox earlier, the main course in the SPFL today is Dundee United’s visit to Aberdeen [still goalless - ed]. In the Scottish Championship struggling Dundee are at home to leaders Hearts later. There are a few games off in the lower leagues, so best check the fixtures if you’re planning on heading out to a game. I’m looking at you, George Galloway. ”Crystal Palace’s goalscorer hasn’t made it to half-time - Jeff Schlupp is limping from the field, and Eberechi Eze coming on. Watford continue to lead Swansea 1-0, thanks to Ben Foster’s excellent save from Ayew, tipping the ball over the bar as it flew towards the roof of the net (pretty close to him, it must be said, but still - reflexes).
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Middlesbrough are now beating Wycombe, Marcus Tavernier cutting in from the right, ghosting past a couple of half-hearted challenges and then scoring with a beautifully-struck left-footed shot from the edge of the area. It’s 1-2 there now. Gymnastic celebration of the day:Hakeeb Adelakun of Hull City celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Charlton Athletic. Photograph: Greig Cowie/BPI/REX/ShutterstockHakeeb Adelakun of Hull City celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Charlton Athletic. Photograph: Richard Sellers/PABurton Albion, bottom of League One, look like they’re on their way to a fifth successive defeat, being as they are 3-0 down at home to Oxford United after a little more than half an hour, Olamide Shodipo with the third (and, a little earlier, the second). Middlesbrough have equalised against Wycombe, Marcus Browne heading in a corner from about five yards out despite some very close attention from a defender or two.
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Very fine, full-confidence finishing there, but the defending was shockingly poor. League One leaders Lincoln City have taken the lead at Wimbledon, Tayo Edun shooting through a crowded penalty area after a corner. Paris St-Germain have announced that Mauricio Pochettino is their new manager:Wycombe have taken an early lead against Middlesbrough, the team with the division’s worst defence playing the one with the third-best defence, and it was very lovely from Uche Ikpeazu, who cuts in from the right before curling a left-footer in at the far post! GOAL! Crystal Palace 1-0 Sheffield United (Schlupp, 4 mins)Zaha gets down the left before pulling back to Benteke, whose lovely first-time touch finds Schlupp bursting into the area, and he sidefoots it in! 11 - Crystal Palace have netted 11 first-half goals in the Premier League this season, one more than they netted before half-time in the whole of 2019-20.
 On 28 April 2019, it was confirmed that Wilder had led the Blades to the Premier League following nearest rival Leeds' 1–1 draw at home.  This ensured his second promotion in just three years at the club. This achievement earned him the LMA Manager of the Year award.  In July 2019, Wilder signed a new three-year contract with the club.
“I’m as neutral as neutral can be when it comes to Sheffield United, ” writes Kari Tulinius. “I should be indifferent to their plight, but it’s become so painful to watch them lose and lose again, week after week. I just can’t watch their games anymore. I can only imagine what it feels like to be a fan of the Blades. ” I’m with you. I don’t mind if they get relegated - though I’m old enough to feel that there really should be a team from Sheffield in the top flight - but two points in January is just cruelty. “About that Palace goal, I cannot help but just think about how football really is a game of inches, ” writes Adam Kline-Schoder. “If Egan (I think) hadn’t made that little step up to give Zaha time, if whoever tried to intercept Benteke’s layoff had made full contact and hadn’t inadvertently deflected it to put it on a plate for Schlupp... Sheffield United are not having things fall for them at all, and - I feel - have again been desperately unlucky.
Neil Lennon and his Celtic players offered little complaint as Bobby Madden issued a red card. It was hard to avoid the sense that, there and then, Celtic’s dreams of title retention had been dashed. Much more here:A couple of match reports for you to read before the big kick-offs. First, here’s David Hytner on Tottenham’s rather fortunate win over Leeds: José Mourinho has been a little grouchy of late, moaning about the inability of his Tottenham players to follow on-field orders and railing at the perceived failings of authority, namely the late decision to postpone Wednesday’s game against Fulham. The last thing he needed was for news to break on the eve of Leeds’s visit that three of his players had flouted coronavirus rules by attending a Christmas party.
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Still, victory for Steven Gerrard’s team here – assisted in no small part by the sending off of Nir Bitton – surely eliminates any lingering Celtic hope of a 10th title in a row. Celtic hold three games in hand but they need snookers now; or, more specifically, an unlikely Rangers implosion. Celtic were the better team before Bitton’s moment of rashness, which arrived just after the hour mark. With the hitherto ineffectual Alfredo Morelos running to chase a long ball, just outside the angle of the penalty area, the Israeli hauled him to the ground.
 Oxford's chairman Kelvin Thomas gave Wilder his backing, meaning he would remain manager for the 2012–13 season.  Despite failing to achieve a play-off place again in Oxford's third season back in the League, and intense speculation about his future at the club, Wilder was offered and accepted a further one-year contract for the 2013–14 season.  On 26 January 2014 he resigned as Oxford manager with the intention of joining League Two rivals Northampton Town as their manager.  Northampton Town On 27 January 2014, Wilder was appointed manager of Northampton Town, signing a three-and-a-half year contract.
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Photograph: Catherine Ivill/AFP/Getty ImagesFive minutes of Schlupp-related stoppage time at Selhurst Park, where Crystal Palace continue to lead Sheffield United by one goal to no goals. I can report that the Blades have had a shot in that game. Swansea equalise against Watford! Jamal Lowe curls a 20-yarder perfectly past Foster and in off the far post. It has been coming.
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Halifax Town Wilder returned to Halifax Town as manager on 2 July 2002.  He replaced caretaker manager Neil Redfearn, who had in turn replaced Alan Little (who left on 8 April after falling ill with appendicitis in March). Halifax had been relegated to the Conference at the end of the season. Wilder was in charge at Halifax for more than 300 games until the club went into liquidation on 30 June 2008, and he decided to join former Halifax defender Alan Knill, as the assistant manager of Bury.
 After an unbeaten month which saw Boro win four out of their five matches, Wilder was awarded the EFL Championship Manager of the Month award for December 2021 with his wing-back Isaiah Jones winning the Player of the Month award.  Wilder was sacked on 3 October 2022 with the club in the bottom three of the Championship. They had won only two of 11 league games played in the 2022–23 season.  Career statistics Source: Appearances and goals by club, season and competition Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total Division Goals 1986–87 Second Division 0 14 1987–88 25 1[a] 28 1988–89 Third Division 29 5 1[b] 38 1989–90 8 1990–91 First Division 1[c] 19 1991–92 7 9 112 Walsall (loan) 2[b] Charlton Athletic (loan) Leyton Orient (loan) 17 1992–93 32 1993–94 37 43 1994–95 45 3[b] 53 1995–96 18 24 158 1996–97 44 1997–98 35 1[d] 1998–99 Northampton Town (loan) Lincoln City (loan) 1999–2000 13 31 2000–01 20 23 58 Career total 484 15 Managerial statistics As of match played 1 October 2022 Managerial record by team and tenure From To Record P W D L Win% 2 July 2002 30 June 2008 312 120 77 115 038.
Traps. #CRYSHU— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 2, 2021 Crystal Palace’s Jeffrey Schlupp scores their first goal. Photograph: Catherine Ivill/ReutersMansfield score the league’s earliest goal, Ollie Clarke giving them a first-minute lead over Port Vale. I may be a little distracted by goings-on at the Liberty Stadium, where Watford play Swansea in the Championship’s match of the day. The Swans have been forced into a last-minute team tweak, after Joel Latibeaudiere got injured in the warm-up. Ryan Manning comes in. Bong! The clock strikes three, and we are off! Here’s Ewan Murray on Rangers’ victory in the Old Firm derby: It seems odd to point towards January defining moments in a title race where, even before kick-off in this Old Firm game, Rangers held a 16-point lead.