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Archives: championship talk blog

Watford Beat Leicester In Another Incredible Championship Match To Reach Final [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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It was another incredible day in the Championship today as Watford beat Leicester City to reach the Championship Playoff final. Just two weeks ago, there was an unbelievable ending to the final day of the 2012-13 Championship season when Hull … Continue reading

Championship Game of the Week – Portsmouth v Doncaster

Posted on by Kristian Downer

Reading and Norwich traded blows to draw 3 – 3, whilst Burnley overcame Watford in a thrilling in a game where the lead changed hands 3 times. However the game this week that left pulses racing featured a club that is no stranger to the ups and downs of football in recent times, Portsmouth FC.

They lost 3-2 to Doncaster Rovers in a thrilling encounter! Continue reading

Pompey’s Freefall to Continue?

Posted on by Paul Scanling

Recently relegated Portsmouth’s troubles are not over.  Far from it.  They may have just begun.  As someone who has followed the whole sordid affair since the first signs of trouble in the summer of 2008, I can tell you it’s … Continue reading

Can QPR Cope With The Captain Curse?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Several teams have managed to put together some pretty decent runs in the Championship this season. All of them, though, are susceptible to poor form and bad results. This is partly because this is a tight league with little difference … Continue reading

Hughton’s Appointment Is Great News For Rest Of The Championship

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

It’s difficult to argue too much with Newcastle’s recent decision to appoint Chris Hughton as their permanent manager. After all, Newcastle are two points clear at the top of the table, averaging two points per game and are undefeated at … Continue reading

Are The Cracks Showing For Blackwell Once More?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

It is probably against all the rules of a blog to direct the reader away in the first paragraph, but I think it’s worth it. Before you read this little ramble, have a listen to the BBC interview with Kevin … Continue reading

Will Southgate Last The Season?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Newcastle and Middlesbrough entered the Championship from the wrong direction yet still boasted two of the most talented squads in the history of the division. With Newcastle’s off-field dramas threatening to do serious damage, many expected Middlesbrough, with their more … Continue reading

Championship Animals: Newcastle Will Fail And Other Predictions

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Less than two weeks to go until the new Championship season. Squads are coming together. Some managers are content, others are panicking. Fans are enjoying a final fortnight of optimism before reality sets in. With this in mind, here are … Continue reading

Magilton Leads The Championship Sack Race

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Of the 24 teams that kicked off the Championship just under a year ago, eleven now have new managers. In the majority of cases, the manager was removed due to perceived failings. Being a Championship manager is like being a … Continue reading

Boro On Right Track For Immediate Return

Posted on by Chris Rivers

Things at the Riverside Stadium were always going to be overshadowed somewhat by events further north at St James Park. While the Toon are still figuring out who is going to be in charge at the start of next season … Continue reading

New Newcastle Football Shirt Sums Up Clubs Plight

Posted on by footballnewsblog

Newcastle United yesterday unveiled their new away football kit for the 2009-10 Championship season. In what can only be described as a truly awful effort – arguably one of the worst football shirts of the 21st century – it is yet … Continue reading

Newcastle The New Leeds? Eight Reasons The Championship Will Not Be A Walk In St James’ Park

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Newcastle fans must have watched Leeds United’s loss to Millwall in the League One play-offs and shuddered. It was like watching The Ghost of Football’s Future. Two clubs of similar size with similarly raucous fans, they are teams that by … Continue reading

How the mighty have fallen as former Premier League sides face the abyss

Posted on by Chris Rivers

There was once a time when Charlton, Norwich and Southampton all graced the Premier League and enjoyed some form of success. Whether that was a top half finish or even challenging for the Premier League title in Norwich’s case back … Continue reading

Southampton and Charlton’s Demise Is Nothing New

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Sheffield Wednesday, QPR, Manchester City, Wimbledon (aka MK Dons), Leeds, Oldham, Nottingham Forest, Swindon, Leicester, Barnsley, Bradford. Soon to be joined by another two and probably three in Charlton, Southampton and Norwich. All these clubs have tasted the sweet nectar … Continue reading

What On Earth Is Happening At QPR?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Supporting QPR requires a person to be able to switch emotions between exasperation, anger, incredulity, despair and, on rare occasions, joy on an almost daily basis. 1st September 2007. I stood outside Loftus Road looking in silence at the memorial … Continue reading

How Should Cardiff Be Punished For Coin-Throwing Incident?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

There were some tremendous games at all levels of British football on Sunday. Cardiff and Swansea battled out a thrilling 2-2 draw. Luton gave the Football League a poke in the eye by winning a wonderful Johnstone Paint Trophy Final … Continue reading

Football League award winners have familiar theme

Posted on by Chris Rivers

First and foremost congratulations must go to Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Matty Fryatt and Grant Holt for winning their player of the year awards in their respective leagues. But those of you who know anything about life outside the Premier League will … Continue reading

McCarthy’s No Genius, So How Come Wolves Are Going Up?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

If I asked 23 fans who individually supported all the teams of the Championship except Wolves whether they would welcome Mick McCarthy with a smile as their new manager, I suspect I could count the number of affirmative answers on … Continue reading