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How Peterborough United are a selling club.

Over the years, Peterborough has been known for shipping players off for astonishing profits. With some ex-players being sold directly to Premier League clubs, Peterborough United are definitely doing something right in their coaching ranks. I look at some of the top Peterborough United starlets who have moved on to play for some top clubs.  Read More »

FA Cup story so far: Lincoln City & Sutton United

The two lowest ranked teams still left in this year’s FA Cup; Lincoln city and Sutton United. Both the Vanarama Conference teams have battled it through at least 4 games so far in this competition, earning a replay in the third round. With two very winnable replays for both sides, I have a look at their FA Cup run so far. Read More »

Book Review – Coventry City: A Club Without A Home

Coventry City famously left their Highfield Road home in 2005 to play at the purpose built Ricoh Arena, but for a dark period of 18 months they moved out of nirvana to play at Sixfields Stadium, this is the full story behind what happened to the former Premier League mainstays. Read More »

Bury FC- Where has it all gone wrong?

The League One side were sitting pretty in a promotion spot at the start of October, but since then they’ve gone twelve games without a victory. That has cost one manager his job, and the club must get their next appointment right if they want to get back to winning ways quickly. Read More »

The EFL Cup Third Round Reactions

The third-round draw has been made for what used to be known as the League Cup, and whilst this competition isn’t the be all and end all of English football it certainly offers plenty excitement with this round of games. Read More »

Five lesser known youngsters to watch this season

Up and down the country, young footballers feel this is their year to finally break into the first team set-up. Marcus Rashford and Kelechi Iheanacho have shown that this is possible last season and many will want to be following in their footsteps. The following five are youngsters are those already around the first team as well as the ones ... Read More »

The Giant is awake and it’s Massive

Football has changed a lot since the last time Sheffield Wednesday were at Wembley. The game is more of a business, the wages are astronomical, the sponsorship deals huge and the winnings for reaching the promised land of the Premier League are now simply phenomenal. Read More »

Are Plymouth Argyle on the verge of a resurgence?

The final games of the Football League season are coming up this weekend, and while many clubs will be worrying about where their fate lies going into the last day, Plymouth Argyle F.C know that they will be facing Portsmouth in the League Two play-offs. Read More »

5 Pointers for this weekend’s Football League action

As we lurch into the final throes of the Football League, there’s plenty at stake for teams up and down the country and we’ve picked out five pointers if you’re thinking of having a bet this weekend. Read More »

Burton Albion Look Ready To Mix It With The Big Boys

Every year Burton host neighbours Derby County in a pre-season friendly. Just 11 miles separate the two sides and Burton usually provide County with a stern test, whilst also making money from the large crowd. Much to the disbelief of Rams fans and the delight of Burton fans, the fixture could well take place in the Championship next season. Read More »

Sowerby, Morris & The Lack of Room Service at ‘Hotel Fleetwood’

Fleetwood Town have yet to find their Decimus Burton in the dugout it would appear. There are few flashes of genius emanating from the management team and even fewer coherent after-match sentences which might gee up the Cod Army faithful. Read More »

Five Months After the Fleetwood Cull

Everything points to the 6th May when Fleetwood Town released a staggering 14 players. It may not feel like it given the less than stellar performances of some on the list or the inconsequentialness of others, but a mood, a group of players was broken up. Read More »

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