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Journeyman striker Andy Delort finally on track?
12:00 Thursday 22nd August 2019

Not many footballers turn down a move to one of Europe’s top clubs when they are 17, but that’s what Andy Delort did. As an ambitious and impressionable teenager, the French-Algerian was linked with the likes of Bordeaux and Borussia…

League One
Will Grigg Relights the Fire
17:00 Thursday 7th February 2019

The famous song goes, Will Grigg’s on fire, your defence is terrified… but recently… not so much. It has been embers at best. Why? It’s evident he’s dreaming of third-tier football where he flourished, yet…

World Cup
Roberto Martinez proving tactical flexibility in Russia
09:30 Monday 9th July 2018

Whether or not Belgium crash to France in Tuesday's World Cup semifinal, Roberto Martinez has achieved a personal mission. Criticised for being tactically naive, the Spaniard has shown guts and bravery with his strategies. …

Fa Cup
FA Cup preview: Who is heading to Wembley?
13:30 Friday 16th March 2018

With the dust settling after the storm of the Champions League, attentions turn to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. A competition that has, for some, lost its seductive appeal; the magic has gone, they lament. While the playing fields have…

League One
The five most expensive League One transfers in history
09:00 Thursday 1st March 2018

League One is becoming an increasingly competitive league, with some huge clubs playing their football in English football's third tier over recent years; including Leicester City, Wolves, Sheffield United, Southampton and Norwich…

Opinion
Anthony Martial - no improvement is the reason for his absence
19:37 Tuesday 21st February 2017

Anthony Martial was once known as the golden boy, the best in the U21 radar and who qualified for the award in Europe. 2017 hasn't been very kind to Martial, who has been left out of Jose's stratagem time and time again, but why? The answer…

League One
Why have Scunthorpe United become a joy to watch this season?
10:00 Saturday 21st January 2017

With the most amount of goals, the fewest defeats and the second highest points in League One, Graham Alexander has made Scunthorpe United one of the most impressive outfits in the Football League.

Championship
Championship Power Rankings - November 2016
15:25 Thursday 10th November 2016

With the International break here once again, it seems like the perfect time to take stock of the Championship ahead of the upcoming hectic Christmas schedule. While many people will say that the table doesn't lie, this isn't always the case.…

Championship
Watford Stop Leicester From Reaching 10 Wins In A Row
11:56 Tuesday 11th February 2014

James Dean reviews an action packed week in the Championship where Leicester drop two points and Burnley start to close the gap on the league leaders. After nine straight league wins, table toppers Leicester hosted Watford at the King Power…

Championship
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…

Opinion
Wigan, Leeds and Wolves Feature in Weekend Treble
14:33 Thursday 21st November 2013

Mick Bates goes in search of a winning weekend with Wigan, Leeds and Wolves tipped to bring home the bacon...There is a full round of Premier League and Football League fixtures to look forward to this weekend following the International break…

Opinion
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…

Football
Match Report: Arsenal 1-2 Wigan (Arsenal Fan's Perspective)
12:35 Tuesday 17th April 2012

Wigan Athletic continued their remarkable run as they pulled off one of the shocks of the season, beating in-form Arsenal at Emirates Stadium.The Gunners couldn't recover from two early goals from the visitors, giving Wigan some breathing space…

Football
The Home Straight
23:08 Wednesday 28th March 2012

So here we are, at the business end of the season with the majority of clubs having just eight games left to play. This will be make or break for a few clubs, especially those at the foot of the table.It's only a two-horse race for the title…

Football
Turquoise Boots and "All That Passing Business"
11:04 Thursday 15th March 2012

At halftime on Sunday, as I stood in the warm spring sunshine with my sunglasses on (through necessity, honest!), my thoughts pin-balled between two nagging, inescapable facts.Fact 1. Norwich had started brightly and taken the lead fairly early…