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Tag Archives: Relegation

Newcastle United Need a Miracle to Stay in the EPL

Posted on by David Schiavone

After another defeat, Newcastle United look destined for the Championship. Alan Shearer’s men have three games to save their season, but it appears too little too late, and although it is not mathematically certain they will go down, performances on … Continue reading

Who Will Go Down?

Posted on by Michael Scallon

With West Brom’s unfortunate defeat at White Hart Lane yesterday, the Baggies are all but relegated with 28 points from 35 games leaving them 6 points behind Hull City – with the Yorkshiremen having a game in hand. Barring a miracle, … 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

The Relegation Rumble: Can Gareth Southgate Save Middlesbrough From Relegation?

Posted on by tyduffy

Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate has the “it” quality as a manager. Not “it” in the genius sense like Arsene Wenger or Sir Alex Ferguson. Southgate has it in the Raymond Domenech sense where he could strip naked, smear himself with … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Will Alan Shearer’s Newcastle Be Relegated?

Posted on by tyduffy

Newcastle has been in a rudderless malaise for most of the season. Kevin Keegan resigned and nearly every potential replacement rejected the offer. The club pulled backdated Joe Kinnear out of retirement, gave him the full time job and then … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Will Blackburn Rovers Go Down?

Posted on by tyduffy

Buoyed by Mark Hughes’ overachievement and shrewd signings, Blackburn had been living in a fantasyland of consistent contention for Europe.  Paul Ince transported them rudely back to small city reality.  Blackburn took an admirable risk, hiring the Premier League’s first … Continue reading

Who Will Feel The Pain Of Relegation?

Posted on by Shakira Graham

The season is almost over and other then Charlton Athletic, the final relegation spots are still up for grabs by two unlucky clubs. While it has not been made official, it is only a matter of a couple more matches … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Stoke City

Posted on by tyduffy

Stoke City are a newly promoted side from the Championship, and they certainly play like one. The operating procedure has been physicality, holding the line at home and hoping for some magic from Rory Delap’s wicked throw-ins. It has worked … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Portsmouth

Posted on by tyduffy

Until late October, Portsmouth seemed destined for a mid-table season. After a rough August start against Chelsea and Man United, the trophy-winning club won four out of seven matches, looking frisky once again. Then Harry Redknapp left for the Tottenham … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Sunderland

Posted on by tyduffy

Sunderland rose to the Premier League two seasons ago with Roy Keane’s magnetism, and it was the same presence that kept them afloat last season.  The reform movement lost steam when Keane left, and Sunderland have been rudderless since Ricky … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Hull City

Posted on by tyduffy

This is the second in a series of relegation assessments.  For a similar look at Bolton Wanderers.  Check here. Hull City surprised everyone at the start of the season, winning six of their first nine, knocking off an over-confident Arsenal. … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Bolton Wanderers

Posted on by tyduffy

With Aston Villa’s demise the top of the league once again appears calcified, so, like Kim Kardashian crammed into a designer dress, the bulk of the tension will be at the bottom.  Here is the first of a series of … Continue reading

Do or die for West Brom

Posted on by Randy Capps

With 24 more points available in the 2008-2009 season, I hesitate to say that next weekend’s match with Stoke City is a must-win for West Bromwich Albion for its hopes for avoiding the drop. But it really is. The Baggies are … Continue reading

Who Would You Rather See Relegated: Tottenham or Newcastle?

Posted on by tyduffy

It’s two-thirds of the way through the season, and purported big clubs Newcastle and Tottenham remain entrenched in the relegation rumble. Newcastle sputtered amid boardroom confusion, after the departure of manager Kevin Keegan.  Tottenham played woefully under Juande Ramos and … Continue reading

Wolves Keep The Title Challenge On, Charlton Slip Closer to Relegation

Posted on by Shakira Graham

Table topping Wolves keep up thier assult on the Coca-Cola Championship with a draw at Bristol City. Wolves went up 2-0 thanks to goals by Collins and Jarvis but after the break Bristol City pulled even with Adebola and former … Continue reading

Which Premier League Teams Will Get Relegated?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

With almost 20% of the season completed, we already have a good idea of which clubs will shine and underwhelm this 2008/2009 Premier League season, as well as which ones are destined for mid-table mediocrity. Sure, we still have 80% … Continue reading

Welcome and Goodbye to the Championship

Posted on by Shakira Graham

The playoffs are almost done and only two more teams will be vying for promotion to League One, Rochdale and Stockport. What is known after today are what teams will be leaving and coming into the Championship for next season. Gaining … Continue reading

Relegation Rumble

Posted on by tyduffy

It’s squeaky bum time in the Premier League, with two matches left to play.  There is the ever exciting battle between underwhelming uberclubs for the title.  Yawn.  The second tier battle to see which club can send itself careening down … Continue reading