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Hull City: From Boothferry to Wembley

To be honest the last month of the season has been an anti-climax for Hull City.

Since beating Swansea at home at the start of April, a result that meant City had 36 points, the supporters and evidently the players, have willed the Premier League to come to an end to enable us to concentrate on the club’s first ever FA Cup final. (more…)


Luton Town return is good for Football League

After a five year absence from league football,

Luton Town have secured their return after they clinched the Conference title. (more…)


When did QPR become a brand?

Last night Queens Park Rangers succumbed to another defeat, this time at the hands of Sheffield Wednesday.

Down to ten men, the R’s lost 3-0 to a mid table team on a midweek evening. (more…)


Super Swans meteoric rise

These days, Swansea City Football Club are a massive brand, known globally around the world and are competing well in the Premier League.

They are winners of major trophies, and are able to attract big names to the Liberty Stadium. It wasn’t always like that though. (more…)


Who is the No.1 team? Current state of Yorkshire football

As you may not be aware, today (August 1st) is ‘Yorkshire Day’; intended to promote the historic, and largest, county in the UK.

There are many attractions across the breadth of ‘God’s Own County’: rolling hills, stately homes, castles, museums… (more…)


Roberto Di Matteo: His journey so far

Roberto Di Matteo was born in Schaffhausen, Switzerland to Italian parents in 1970.

He has enjoyed a remarkable journey in football since first appearing for his local club, FC Schaffhausen aged 18, in 1988. (more…)


The Bluebirds on brink of top flight but Malky stays grounded

If ever there was a moment that has summed up Cardiff City’s 2012/13 season, it happened following Saturday’s 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest.

With his side now merely needing to take a single point from their remaining four npower Championship fixtures, a journalist asked manager Malky Mackay after the final whistle: “How will you keep your players grounded now that you are so close to the Premier League?” (more…)


League Two: An end of season preview

The business end of the season is upon us and with less than ten games remaining ..

It is all set to be a fascinating end to the campaign with all to play for at both ends of the League Two table. (more…)


One Knill to Torquay

League Two strugglers Torquay United yesterday announced the appointment of Alan Knill as the club’s interim manager until the end of the season.

Knill will work with assistant manager Shaun Taylor, who had taken over the first-team reigns because of Martin Ling’s illness which has kept him out of action since late January. (more…)