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Steve Carley

Skipper Alastair Cook and Stuart Broad celebrate England's Ashes win.

England's cricketers seemed too relaxed in final Ashes Test against Australia at The Oval

Usain Bolt beat twice-banned Justin Gatlin in Beijing on Sunday.

Justin Gatlin represents everything wrong with athletics

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe.

Chaos of off-side decisions here to stay after Christian Benteke’s controversial winner in Liverpool’s 1-0 victory over Bournemouth

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Worcestershire all-rounder Moeen Ali.

Worcestershire Rapids' NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final Duckworth-Lewis defeat was an anti-climax

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Worcester City joint manager Carl Heeley.

Worcester City will struggle this campaign if they keep up current level of indiscipline

Adil Rashid.

Adil Rashid option for England's final Ashes Test against Australia is an interesting one

Director of cricket Steve Rhodes.

Worcestershire Rapids' NatWest T20 Blast clash with Hampshire has not exactly come at right time

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.

Jose Mourinho's outburst at Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro and head physio Jon Fearn was a step too far

Current allegations are being made against Alberto Salazar (centre), the coach of Mo Farah (right).

Sport drug cheats are no laughing matter

Arsene Wenger.

Premier League is compelling but Arsene Wenger's refusal to shake Jose Mourinho's hand was pathetic

Worcester City joint manager Carl Heeley.

Worcester City are all set to prove bookies wrong in Vanarama National League North

You have to admire optimism of Worcestershire County Cricket Club supporters

You have to admire optimism of Worcestershire County Cricket Club supporters

Worcester City striker Daniel Nti and joint-manager Carl Heeley.

The new-look Worcestershire FA Senior Cup competition is the right move

England manager Roy Hodgson.

Some big European football nations could miss out on place at 2018 World Cup

Chris Froome.

To see Chris Froome abused by spectators in his Tour de France triumph was utterly despicable

JACOB ROWE: Has performed admirably when called on.

Worcester City ready to rebuild in bid to reach next season's play-offs

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IMPACT: Worcester’s Sean Geddes, pictured here scoring his second goal against Coventry City in the FA Cup, is my choice for player of the season.

Geddes is my choice for City’s player of season

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FLASHBACK: Defender George Williams (left) playing for Worcester City against Rugby Town in the FA Cup before his five-figure transfer to Barnsley.

There’s feeling of what might have been for City

Geography doesn’t add up for the likes of Worcester City

Geography doesn’t add up for the likes of Worcester City

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ROB ELVINS: The big central defender is keen to pick up where he left off since returning to Worcester City after moving to Solihull Moors in 2013.

Rob Elvins eager to extend his run of Worcester City matches

TYLER WEIR: Keen to prove his return to fitness after being ruled out with a broken bone in his foot suffered against Bradford PA back in January.

Tyler Weir determined to win back Worcester City starting spot

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Worcester City's stability hampered by their defensive changes

Worcester City's stability hampered by their defensive changes

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ON TARGET: Tristian Dunkley scored for Worcester City last weekend.

City are enjoying a healthy campaign

Staying at Aggborough may be best bet for City

Staying at Aggborough may be best bet for City

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STAR SHOWING: Sean Geddes, whose rabona goal became an internet hit, scored both goals in Worcester City’s FA Cup victory at Coventry City.

City season in spotlight will take some beating

RYAN BOOT: The goalkeeper is still to be involved in a losing Worcester City team after seven matches.

City long overdue for trophy success

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NO GO: The match between Worcester City and Gloucester in the Vanarama Conference North was postponed on Saturday because of a frozen pitch.

Too many opinions can leave supporters cold

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SHABIR KHAN.

City hoping youth scheme will continue to flourish

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INVASION: Fans run onto the pitch after City’s FA Cup second round match at Scunthorpe United.

City handed ticking-off for FA Cup fans trouble

GEORGE WILLIAMS: The sale of the impressive full-back to League One Barnsley provided City with a windfall to go along with their FA Cup cash.

City dilemma — splash the cash or prudence?

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EYE ON THE BALL: Right-back Kyle Haynes in action on his debut for Worcester City against Bradford Park Avenue.

Haynes determined to make big impact at City

PITCH BATTLE: The Aggborough playing surface has come in for some criticism from both fans and teams.

Grounds for concern at Aggborough conditions

2014 was a year to remember for long-suffering Worcester City supporters

2014 was a year to remember for long-suffering Worcester City supporters

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SEAN GEDDES: Scored both goals as Worcester City defeated Coventry City 2-1 in the FA Cup first round.

City must take the positives from poor third round draw

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CUP FEVER: Worcester City’s Ellis Deeney applauds the travelling fans at Coventry City.

City are emulating their best ever run

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DANIEL KEIR: Living a football dream after arriving in this country from Canada and linking up with City via the University of Worcester.

Goalkeeper Keir riding crest of FA Cup wave at Worcester

JORDAN MURPHY: The 18-year-old attacking midfielder from League One Walsall is in the middle of his second month on lone with Worcester City.

Murphy makes most of his loan spell with City

UP FOR THE CUP: Worcester City’s assistant manager Matt Gardiner (left) with captain Ellis Deeney and manager Carl Heeley with the FA Cup.

Homework pays off as City seal epic cup win

CUP CAPTAIN: Ellis Deeney.

Deeney and Co looking to enjoy their big game

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GEORGE WILLIAMS: The impressive Worcester City defender (left) is studying sports science and management at Loughborough University.

Williams is quietly confident for cup test

ON THE BALL: City midfielder Danny Jackman (left) is relishing the prospect of an extended FA Cup campaign.

Jackman urging City to avoid cup complacency

LEADING BY EXAMPLE: Centre-half Wayne Thomas believes Worcester City’s younger players have to make the most of their FA Cup success.

City have to make the most of FA Cup chance

MAKING A MARK: Sean Geddes has shone since signing for Worcester City.

Geddes is having a significant impact

Shabir on his way back after injury nightmare

Shabir on his way back after injury nightmare

Cup run would help to solve financial burden

Cup run would help to solve financial burden

Expectations growing as City make progress

Expectations growing as City make progress

ACTION MAN: Worcester midfielder Connor Gater (left) pictured during his side’s 2-1 Vanarama Conference North victory over Lowestoft Town at Aggborough.

Gater has new lease of football life with City

JACOB ROWE: Looking for the best of both worlds in football and a career as an investment banker.

Rowe battling to balance his double career

LOOKING FOR GOALS: Striker Nick Wright (left) is happy to be back in Worcestershire with Worcester City after leaving Kidderminster Harriers in 2012.

Time Wright for Nick’s return to Aggborough

ON TARGET: Nick Wright (left) found the net twice in the 2-2 draw with Stalybridge Celtic but City have since lost their goal-scoring touch, drawing a blank against both Oxford City and Guiseley.

First win will make all the difference to City

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