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One player West Ham United should target from each Championship club

West Ham have had reasonable success buying players from the Championship in recent times.

The likes of Michail Antonio and Aaron Cresswell still star as regulars in the West Ham line-up, while Ryan Fredericks is still finding his feet. (more…)

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Where are they now? The Premier League’s original 22 clubs – Part Two

In February 1992, a new top division in English football was formed,

After club’s in the Football League First Division decided to break away from the Football League. (more…)

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Ten things you didn’t know about the League Cup

West Ham face Arsenal in the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.

Here are 10 facts about the League Cup. (more…)

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When Yorkshire ruled over English football in the early 1990’s

The end of the 1989-90 season was one for football fans in Yorkshire to remember.

It was the time when Leeds United were promoted as Second Division champions, after an eight-year absence from the top-flight. (more…)

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The rise of Michail Antonio

Michail Antonio from non-league to national team.

When the recent England squad was announced, many expected West Ham players to star. (more…)

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Who could be the next Premier League manager to be sacked?

We have entered the time of the season when managers start to become nervous.

As chairmen across the country start to get an itchy trigger finger and ponder whether a managerial change is required to change their fortunes. (more…)

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Coffee, memories and an all-time XI; A morning with Nicky Southall

RainhamEndViews recently caught up with Gillingham legend Nicky Southall for a coffee and a chat.

Nicky attempted to put together a dream team of all the players he had the privilege of lining up alongside during his career. (more…)

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Most disappointing XI’s – Chelsea

This is not a list of Chelsea’s worst players in terms of ability.

It’s a list of the disappointing players that arrived for huge money or big expectations. (more…)

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Jack Reynolds: The Englishman behind the Ajax revolution

The world famous Ajax of Amsterdam have had many successful and well-known managers since their formation in 1900.

Recently the holders of the role have read like a who’s who of Dutch playing and coaching superstars. (more…)

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Inconsistent Bury facing key spell

Bury were installed as one of the pre-season favourites for League Two..

After putting together a squad over the summer the envy of many clubs in the division above. (more…)

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Sheffield Wednesday: Underachieving or almost there?

With just under a quarter of the Championship season already finished.

Sheffield Wednesday sit in 9th place in the table and posses the best defensive record in the league. (more…)

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Sheffield Wednesday: It’s time for the Owls to go on a run

Stevie May’s second goal for Sheffield Wednesday came just at the right time in the 2-0 away win at Birmingham City.

Missed chances against Nottingham Forest and Bolton Wanderers had left the Owls without a goal in two and a half games. (more…)

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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…)

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Vincent Tan a necessary evil or a blight for Cardiff City?

Cardiff City celebrated winning the first ever top flight Welsh derby on Sunday, beating their rivals Swansea City 1-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Steven Caulker’s second half header following a Craig Bellamy corner was the difference between the Bluebirds and the Swans. (more…)

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Loans required to end Hillsborough fear factor

Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones pointed to – but refused to hide behind – his players’ fear of playing at home, in front of the Wednesday supporters.

As the Owls drew with Yeovil Town at Hillsborough, Wednesday were unable to capitalise on Byron Webster’s first half red card. (more…)

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