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Work permit regulations have dealt a severe blow to former Staffordshire University student Prudhvi Kolaventy’s dreams of playing professional football in England.

The 18-year-old Indian youth-international from Hyderabad, impressed during trials at Brentford earlier this year.

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One of Staffordshire’s remaining World War Two heroes has relived the horror of his five years spent in a prisoner of war camp.

With Remembrance Day just around the corner, 92-year-old veteran Norman Lewis has shared the story with StaffsLive of his time in enemy hands.

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Family and friends of a young Stafford man who died in a car crash have taken part in a remebrance walk.

Danny Reynolds was a passenger in the back seat of a Ford Fiesta that lost control and crashed into a field in the early hours of November 5, 2010, on the A518 Newport Road in Haughton, Staffordshire.

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A businesswoman has launched a new perfume representing smells of Burton-upon-Trent – but Staffordshire shoppers have turned their noses up at the idea.

Victoria Brookes created the scent which aims to combine the smells of marmite, beer, branston pickle and leather.

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Burton Albion club captain Darren Moore believes all English football clubs are “united” in their attempt to kick racism out of the sport.

At the Brewers’ recent match against Bristol Rovers on October 22, both sides warmed up prior to the game in special shirts promoting the new One Game, One Community initiative.

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Port Vale will be looking to make a quick return to form when they travel to Bristol tomorrow (Tuesday 25th).

The Valiants go to The Memorial Stadium following a 4-0 defeat at home to Morecambe on Saturday, and boss Micky Adams wants the team to bounce back immediately.

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Stoke City boss Tony Pulis believes the Potters are “miles behind” Arsenal as they prepare to meet the Gunners tomorrow (October 23).
Pulis, speaking ahead of the clash at the Emirates, paid tribute to the North London club both on and off the pitch.

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Port Vale welcome fellow play-off contenders Morecambe to Vale Park, having won their last two home games without conceding a goal.
Micky Adams’ men are enjoying a rich vein of form, sitting in eighth place having not been beaten in their last four.

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