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EFL launches financial rewards scheme to promote young English talent

The English Football League will share £2.25 million over three seasons with clubs that give young, domestic talent the chance to play in the first team.

This season, 8 percent of all appearances in the EFL have been made by English players under the age of 21, while 14 of England's Euro 2016 squad spent time in an EFL academy.

The "EFL Futures" plan will financially incentivize clubs to give even more chances to English under-21s, with Cardiff and Newport being rewarded for promoting Welsh...

Stevenage impress away at Newport County

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Stevenage continued their charge up the League Two table with a 2-0 triumph at bottom side Newport County.

Darren Sarll's side made it five away wins in a row after Newport defender Darren Jones scored an own goal and Tom Pett forced the ball in from close range.

Newport remain rooted to the foot of the table but could earn a lucrative FA Cup trip to Liverpool if they beat Plymouth at Rodney Parade next Tuesday.

The Exiles' bright start was ended abruptly after 10 minutes when winger Pett drove into...

Doncaster edge seven-goal Stevenage thriller to go top of League Two

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Three goals inside 13 first-half minutes helped Doncaster Rovers go top of League Two following a 4-3 win at Stevenage.

Andy Butler opened the scoring before further goals from Liam Mandeville and Matty Blair gave Rovers a commanding half-time lead.

Tom Pett and Fraser Franks pulled goals back for Stevenage, before Jamie Jones' own goal appeared to end their comeback hopes.

But Rowan Liburd scored the hosts' third with a minute left as Rovers desperately clung on to go one point clear at the top.

Doncaster...

Otis Khan inspires Yeovil to five-goal victory over Crawley

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A dominant display saw Yeovil run out emphatic 5-0 winners over Crawley in their League Two clash at Huish Park.

A brace from Otis Khan plus additional goals from Tom Eaves, Ryan Hedges and Francois Zoko were enough to see the Glovers move into the play-offs.

Yeovil took the lead inside 16 minutes when Alex Lawless' cross-field ball found Khan who cut inside and released a shot which was turned in by Eaves.

The home side doubled their advantage on 28 minutes. Nathan Smith's ball over the top was not...

Martin Allen leaves Barnet to manage Eastleigh

Martin Allen has left Barnet to become the new manager of National League side Eastleigh, the League Two club has announced.

The Bees revealed that Eastleigh made an approach for the 51-year-old on Wednesday following the departure of Ronnie Moore on the same day due to "personal circumstances."

Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous told the club's website: "Martin has asked to be released from his contract so he can join Eastleigh.

"The approach came out of the blue [on Wednesday] but it was quite clear...