Poll: Which Championship Team Do You Want to See Promoted Alongside Cardiff and Hull City?

Now that Cardiff City and Hull City have been promoted from the Championship to the Premier League, which of the remaining four teams in the Championship do you want to see win their play-off matches and go all the way to Wembley to win the Championship play-off final, to reach the promised land?

Do you want to see:

Watford — managed by Gianfranco Zola,

Brighton and Hove Albion — managed by Gus Poyet,

Crystal Palace — managed by Ian Holloway, or

Leicester City — managed by Nigel Pearson?

Vote now and share your comments below.

20 thoughts on “Poll: Which Championship Team Do You Want to See Promoted Alongside Cardiff and Hull City?”

  1. Brighton play the most attractive football of the bunch so I’d like to see them play in the EPl next season. The playoffs will be very exciting.

    1. As much as I like Holloway and understand why he left Blackpool I don’t want to see him go up so soon after leaving them. Brighton gets my vote.

  2. I’d like to see Brighton although I’ve always liked Zola. I think its funny Gus Poyet was rumored for the Reading job in that bizarre period after they sacked McDermott and before they got around to actually replacing him. Turned out well for him.

  3. Watford or Palace. I’d like to see Zola’s receptions at Upton Park and The Bridge (I assume they’d be very opposite receptions) and I’d like the keep the London Derby count high so Palace would also keep that in place. Plus, I love Ian Holloway’s media statements.

  4. I studied for a term in Leicester and went to a couple of their matches (when I wasn’t busy taking the train down to London to see Spurs), so definitely them.

    1. beIN SPORT — as long as the games don’t conflict with La Liga or Serie A matches. Fingers crossed they’ll make them accessible live for beIN subscribers.

      The Gaffer

      1. As for now, it appears beIN will show the first playoff matches. However, the second games of the aggregate are not currently scheduled. For instance, the second Leicester-Watford match–which is scheduled for Sunday, May 12 is not on beIN’s schedule: http://www.beinsport.tv/tv-guide

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