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Author Archives: Rob McCluskey

Welsh Dragons Bellamy and Speed Look To Shake Up The Championship

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It’s a good week for Welsh football, as not only has one of the greatest ever Welsh players produced become manager of Sheffield United, but a Welsh striker of top Premier League quality has joined the Bluebirds. Gary Speed is … Continue reading

Great Football Debate: #1 “Have You Heard That Footballer Is Gay?!”

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

As well as writing about the Championship (which ruined my accumulator at the weekend as I incorrectly predicted four results and got none of them right. Yes I’ve thought about writing up a letter of resignation) I thought I’d write … Continue reading

Leicester City Bought By Asian Consortium

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Good God. The Premier League may be starting this weekend but the Championship is doing its hardest to get all the attention. It may be bad news for Bristol City today, but it’s potentially good news for Leicester City who … Continue reading

Steve Coppell Leaves Bristol City. Wait, What?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Well while many Bristol City fans felt that they had one of their best squads in years a few weeks ago, Steve Coppell has dampened hopes of promotion slightly by announcing his resignation today after only two competitive games in … Continue reading

QPR Fan Loses His Cool After League Cup Exit To Port Vale

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

When you go to watch your team you often meet characters like this, but it isn’t too often you get to capture it on film. A sneaky QPR fan turned his attention away from the 3-1 defeat to League Two … Continue reading

Does Marlon King Deserve Another Chance In Football?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Striker Marlon King has recently been released from prison and after his freedom he conducted an interview with Sky Sports where many thought he came across as quite genuine, although others saw him as a wolf in sheep’s clothing. King … Continue reading

Npower Championship Season 2010/11 Preview

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It all kicks off tomorrow night, as Championship new boys Norwich play host to Watford in the first game of the football league season on a Friday night. This will be the first live game of the English season and … Continue reading

5 Players To Watch In Championship 2010/11 Season

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

The start of the newly named Npower football league is almost upon us and it all gets under way on Friday night at Carrow Road when Norwich take on Watford. As well as a preview I will be writing on … Continue reading

David James Signs For Bristol City – Eyes Promotion

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

He may turn 40 tomorrow, but that hasn’t stopped Bristol City from snapping up England goalkeeper David James on a free transfer, after the player was unable to agree a deal with former employers Portsmouth. James had bigger offers from … Continue reading

Leeds United: Marching On With Caution

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It’s hard to deny that Leeds United fans have had to suffer for the past half a decade. It was always one of England’s biggest teams, in the 60′s and 70′s Leeds were in the same mould as what the … Continue reading

Can Kris Boyd Prove Himself Across The Border?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Amazing isn’t it. At one time, the top goal scorer in the SPL was Henrik Larsson and he left Celtic to go to Barcelona. Now, his record has been beaten and due to Glasgow Ranger’s financial woes, they have been … Continue reading

How Appointing Pearson Changes Hull’s Fortunes

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Not too long ago, I wrote a blog regarding the six new teams that would be playing in the Championship next season via relegation and promotion. One of these teams is Hull City, a side that has had an adventurous … Continue reading

Can QPR Finally Fulfil Promises Of Promotion?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Back in 2007, when Flavio Briatore and his consortium took control of Queens Park Rangers, there were hopes from fans and promises from the owners that QPR would quickly gain promotion and become an established Premier League side. The owners, … Continue reading

I’ll Hint The Championship F*xtures Your Way

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

You may have been on EPL talk this morning and read The Gaffer’s blog, which tells you that 2010 is the year that f*xture lists have become a commodity. It seems that now the Bundesliga has taken over the Premiership as … Continue reading

And Back To Domestic Football – Championship News

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It’s almost as if international football is all that exists when the World Cup is on, La Liga, The Premiership, Serie A and The Bundesliga don’t even get commonly mentioned too much due to the importance and focus on the … Continue reading

The Palace Saved From Falling – But Will Future Clubs Be As Lucky?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

I’ve covered Crystal Palace a lot recently, they seem to be involved in every big Championship news story lately, and it’s surprising that a club that was minutes away from liquidation wasn’t covered in greater detail by Sky Sports who … Continue reading

Congratulations/Commiserations – You’ll Be Playing In The Championship Next Season

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It certainly doesn’t feel like every season we see six different teams in the Championship, and depending what way you enter the league can often dictate expectations for a club. After the weekend’s League One Playoff final, we now know … Continue reading

The Playoff Final – Great Occasion Or The Greatest Occasion In English Football?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Excuse the Stephen Colbert reference above (I wish he would return to UK TV screens!). Saturday signals a great day for football with the Champions League final taking place, but before that there is a game that is worth even … Continue reading