Daniel Pratt shares his thoughts on whether or not Football League clubs can continue to develop players in the wake of the Elite Player Performance Plan.
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Michael Creane looks at the impact that the Elite Player Performance Plan will have on clubs outside of England’s top flight.
Adam Lord gives us an update on the much maligned Crawley Town who have been using their war chest to great effect.
Many miles away from the glitz and glamour of the Premier League, clubs in League One continue to make strides to keep fans coming through the gates.
It’s more than two decades since Wimbledon caused one of the greatest shocks in FA Cup history, and Josh Clarke looks at what’s happened the club since.
Manchester City return to Wembley on Saturday for the first time since their epic Division 2 Playoff win over Gillingham in 1999, and Samuel Luckhurst takes us on a trip down memory lane.
In anticipation of the new npower Championship season, David Hall is previewing every club. We have moved swiflty down the alphabet to M and we will resume with Middlesbrough.
In the second part of David’s preview of the npower Championship, he looks at Derby County, Hull City, Doncaster Rovers, Ipswich, Leeds and Leicester.
The Football League has enjoyed another successful season with attendances topping the 17 million mark for the first time in 50 years. With 17.1 million spectators attending 1,656 league matches played during 2009/10, the Football League has continued to prosper. The increase of 4.4% on last season gave the leagues the highest aggregate crowd figure […]
Football is predominantly a results game, with the possible exception of a kick around in the park, which is why Newcastle United found themselves in the Championship this season, and Burnley, Wolves and Birmingham all competed in the Premier League. Nevertheless, there is more to the game than 3 points: look at the current Barcelona […]