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The birth of the Championship playoffs

On Saturday 28th May, Sheffield Wednesday and Hull will do battle in arguably the biggest domestic game of English football and the richest in world sport; the Championship play-off final. Read More »

Orient’s Great Start Is No Fluke

Bruce Halling gives his thoughts on Leyton Orient’s stunning start to the season, stating his belief that Orient’s emergence at the top of the League One table is anything but a fluke. Read More »

Watford Demonstrate Killer Instinct

Bruce Halling looks back at last weekend’s Football League action and picks up on some of the things that should be noted from the weekend’s results. Read More »

The Value Of Reputation

Bruce Halling explores the issue of reputation in football, looking at what can happen when a player falls foul of their own name. Read More »

Looking Ahead: Brazil Should Not Host 2014 World Cup

This week, Bruce Halling looks ahead to next year’s World Cup and, given the events of the Confederations Cup, gives his thoughts about Brazil’s capabilities of hosting the tournament. Read More »

Looking Ahead: Goal-Line Technology

This week, Bruce Halling looks ahead to next season and gives his thoughts on the impending introduction of goal-line technology. Read More »

Who’ll Be The Next Bloke For Stoke?

This week, Bruce Halling offers his thoughts over possible contenders for the Stoke managerial vacancy following the departure of Tony Pulis. Read More »

The Battle Is On For Remaining League One and Two Promotion Places

It is that time of year again as four teams prepare for this weekend’s League One and League Two play-off finals at Wembley. After a long and gruelling season of 46 league matches plus two legs of the play off semi finals, it all comes down to one final match, which will end in ecstasy for the winners and absolute ... Read More »

Is Any Man Bigger Than The Team?

In the aftermath of the final day of the League One season, Bruce Halling asks whether one man should ever be considered bigger than the team. Read More »

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