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Book Review: Rovers Revolution
19:00 Friday 14th February 2020

It’s easy to forget that when Blackburn Rovers won the Premier League in 1995, the campaign is one of the most impressive in English football history. The Lancashire club rose from a precarious existence in the second tier to Premier…

Premier League
Can Sheffield United finish in the Premier League top four?
08:00 Wednesday 12th February 2020

If the previous campaign still isn’t considered distant memory for you, it’s because you haven’t analysed Sheffield United. In 2018/19, the questions being asked of the Blades bordered on whether they could finally end their…

League One
Little old Shrewsbury Town - Dominating League One
15:30 Monday 18th September 2017

Last season in League One, Shrewsbury Town finished in a measly 18th place.  Seven games into their 2017-18 campaign and everything has gone to plan so far. Paul Hurst's side have managed to win seven and draw one game. The Shrews are unbeaten…

Transfers That Nearly Happened (But Didn't)
13:30 Saturday 24th June 2017

An open transfer window generally means three things are guaranteed to happen: players will move from one club to another, the media will have a field day linking some clubs to every player in the world and some players will use the speculation…

Championship: Five managerial candidates for Norwich City job
18:03 Monday 20th March 2017

Following the sacking of Alex Neil earlier this month, Norwich City are searching for a new man in charge and It's Round and It's White have identified five managers who may be tempted to make the move to East Anglia. Nigel Pearson

Goals Galore in a Frantic Championship Weekend
11:24 Wednesday 5th February 2014

The top six remains unchanged in the SkyBet Championship with league leaders Leicester City unbeaten in their last 10 games, James Dean reviews the action across the Championship from the weekend. In the Championship's televised, Saturday lunchtime…

Championship season preview
10:15 Wednesday 31st July 2013

As the 2013/14 Championship season draws ever closer,  Mark Lawrence takes a look at each of the teams to see who he thinks is a serious contention for a chance at the big time. Barnsley A good run of form toward the end of last season saw…

Match Report: Blackburn 2-0 Sunderland (Sunderland Fan's Perspective)
19:16 Sunday 25th March 2012

Sunderland arrived at Ewood Park with a sense that the club had arrived at a crossroad in their season. Clearly, FA Cup the priority, but there was still a genuine opportunity for the Black Cats to catapult themselves further up the Premier…

Weekend Review: Ten Talking Points (10th - 11th March)
16:34 Monday 12th March 2012

1)  Dubious decisions help Bolton over the line. Ivan Klasnic's late goal gave Bolton three precious points over QPR but Mark Hughes and Rangers were left seething by a goal that was never given. The victory for Bolton, their first win in five,…

The Relegation Run In Prediction
22:49 Friday 9th March 2012
By Vikram

The relegation dogfight is hotting up with just ten games remaining in the Premier League.  Five points now separate the bottom five clubs. Judging on their varying form throughout the season any three of those five could potentially face the…

Premier League - Half Season Report Card
18:16 Sunday 15th January 2012

At one stage looked invincible, victories at White Hart Lane 1-5 and at Old Trafford 1-6 appeared to underline this the year that the ‘other' Manchester club won the league.African Nations will strip them of marauding midfield general Yaya…

Predictions for 2012 - Part 1
02:52 Wednesday 4th January 2012

January/February – After naming Steven Gerrard man of the match against Newcastle despite only playing 30 minutes, Sky Sports confirm their undying love of Gerrard by declaring that 2012 will be known as the 'Year of the Gerrard'. Every man…

Match Report: Sunderland 2-1 Blackburn Rovers (Blackburn fan's perspective)
17:48 Sunday 11th December 2011

It may have been a defeat for the team I've supported since birth, but it was a victory for football as Seb Larsson's free kick ensured that Blackburn got exactly what they deserved. The second half performance was the most painfully negative…