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Tag Archives: Relegation

Five Things To Note From Serie A This Weekend

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Serie A is becoming more and more interesting, and with Lazio continuing their winning streak, could we see a surprise winner for the scudetto? Lazio are currently first in the table with a four point lead on second placed Inter … Continue reading

Is Relegation A Certainty For Pompey This Year?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

A massive apology for a lack of articles lately, I have recently started a master’s degree at University and I have also fractured my ankle (playing 5-a-side) as well as a number of other things that have been happening. But, … Continue reading

Why Roberto Martinez Must Change His Ways Despite Tottenham Win

Posted on by James Beckett

While Chelsea managed continue their 100% start to the season, and Sunderland shocked Manchester City, the performance of the weekend has to go Wigan Athletic who bounced back from a disastrous opening two games to record a surprise win at … 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

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

Mihajlovic pulls Catania out of Relegation reach

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Catania has always had to battle relegation, some years they went down, some they stayed up. When their wonder-coach Walter Zenga left them for Palermo after saving them last season, Catania were left with a large hole to fill. While … Continue reading

Wednesday And Palace Set For Big Relegation Showdown – A Must See

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Football can be cruel some times and that will be all the more apparent this Sunday when one of the biggest and most important last day games in English football history takes place as, Sheffield Wednesday take on Crystal Palace … Continue reading

Recap Of Saturday's Action In The EPL

Posted on by John Boschini

Jermain Defoe puts Tottenham ahead With only three weeks to go until the final Saturday of competition the key races in the Premier League are heating up. Two key derbys, one in Manchester and the other in London, threw the … Continue reading

Breaking News: Gold And Sullivan Reveal West Ham's True Debt

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In a refreshing change of events, former Birmingham City owners, David Gold and David Sullivan took control of the Hammers and admitted straightaway the mess that West Ham United have been battling with. Since the crashing collapse of the Icelandic … Continue reading

The Damned (Scunny) United: Clough On Watch, But Why?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

In a weekend hit by weather misery here in the UK thanks to the government’s clear lack of contingency, Derby did manage to get their game against Scunthorpe United kicked off but in hindsight would rather they’d followed the lead of … Continue reading

7 Reasons Why Newcastle United Fans Dislike Mike Ashley

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Since his takeover of Newcastle United in 2007, Mike Ashley has had a turbulent tenure as owner of the Toon Army. Ever since I left the North East to attend university in Leeds, I get asked quite a lot what … 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

The Premier League Relegation Battle: Life And Death At The Bottom

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

The weekend promised excitement, drama and last-minute heartache with several sides still fighting for survival at the season’s very end. Sunderland, Hull, Newcastle and Middlesbrough were all on the edge of the cliff. Some already hanging off the side. Others … Continue reading

Premiership Final Day Preview

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So, how’s your nerves? Sky Sports News have today been running an article about stress relief for fans for Sunday. Tips included having a hot bath, avoiding alcohol and meditating to stay relaxed in the build up to the final … Continue reading

Without Keane, Sunderland Flirt With Relegation

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Is Roy Keane smirking right now? Is he rolling his eyes? Both? For two years Sunderland was Roy Keane’s baby. He took the struggling side, nurtured it back to health and delivered it from the relegation zone of the Championship … Continue reading

Newcastle Provides Bigger Headlines than Man United as Season Ends

Posted on by Richard Whittall

It says a lot, for better or for worse, that Manchester United’s eighteenth championship sent barely a ripple through the footballing press.  Most headlines read, “Man United 0 – Arsenal 0,” with United’s Premier League-winning feat mentioned in the sub … Continue reading

Torino look to spirit of I Caduti in battle for survival

Posted on by Kris Voakes

The story has been told a million times before. The greatest team in football, on their flight home from an exhibition game in Lisbon, meet with a premature end when their G-212  plane smashes into the Basilica di Superga. All … Continue reading