The last League One campaign of 2010-2011 saw the archetypal Peterborough United of the MacAnthony era: a team that scored goals for fun, slayed giants, but that also haemorrhaged defensively, on an almost weekly basis….
Final show of the season! Cheers for downloading and listening all year. It was a special day to be a Crystal Palace fan on Monday, after they sealed a long awaited return to the Premier League with that 1-0 extra time win over Watford at Wembley.
We look back on a slightly disappointing playoff final and talk Zaha, Holloway, Phillips and more celebrate with James Daly, editor of Palace fanzine ‘Five Year Plan’ – and Andy Bloss, journalist at the Croydon Guardian. We also get a Watford perspective from DC – who was also at Wembley and left reflecting on a missed opportunity.. (cont)…
Huddersfield Town manager Mark Robins faces a very stressful summer as he looks to rejig and rebuild his squad for the “difficult second season” in the Championship….
The wife of a chairman of a football club is someone who is rarely mentioned in a macho dominated world, but in this instance all praise must go to the wife of AFC Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell. It was she that convinced her husband to give Eddie Howe a ring and see if he could be persuaded to return to the south coast mid-season, with the Cherries in the middle of a relegation battle….
They say there is nowhere more painful to lose than Wembley and for Northampton Town, that old adage was excruciatingly in evidence during our horrific 3-0 play-off final defeat to Bradford City. As the Bantams charged past us and over the final furlong to promotion to League One, every Cobblers fan stood aghast as our whole season unravelled in the first 30 minutes at the national stadium….
Its been a surprising, exciting but ultimately disappointing season for Tranmere in their 2012/13 campaign. From topping the table for the best part of two thirds of the season, Rovers [...]
On the 26th of June 2012, Lee Clark was confirmed as the new manager of Birmingham City….
There may have been no accolades or trophies for David Flitcroft to celebrate come the end of the season, not even a manager of the month award to put on the mantelpiece, but ask anyone in Barnsley which manager deserves more plaudits than any this year then it would be the man known as Flicker….
It’s been a few weeks since Sheffield Wednesday secured their Championship status for another season, and it has given some time for reflection of the past nine months and where our club is heading….