At the end of a long and tiring season in the Championship there was all to play for on the last day, but no-one could have expected the drama that unfolded across the length and breadth of the division.
Yearly Archive: 2013
The ascent of Aldershot Town ended at the end of last season in League Two with relegation and a financial collapse into administration, with boardroom bickering seemingly to blame.
This Saturday, Wembley plays host to its third cup final of the year – so far – when Spennymoor Town of the Northern League travel down to play Tunbridge Wells of the Kent League. Here’s Paul Caulfield with a little bit of background on the teams and the competition itself.
Jon Keen was at the PFA awards on Sunday night to see an unusual choice of comedian kick up a wholly predictable fuss amongst the jerking knees of English football and its media.
Both of this year’s Blue Square Bet Premier play-off final competitors, Newport County and Wrexham, provide proof that no matter how bad things might get for a football club, the possibility of turning things around is always there.
This time last year, Wolverhampton Wanders was, nominally at least, still a Premier League club. Their supporters are now having to come to terms with the prospect of League One football next season.
At the end of a difficult second season in the Football League, AFC Wimbledon managed to avoid the cut by the skin of their teeth. We take a look at a tense afternoon at the bottom of League Two.
Six years after reforming following a financial collapse, Farnborough FC have collapsed into administration.
The acquisition of a small number of shares by the club’s Supporters Trust might mean a change in fortune for fans of the struggling Championship club.
The hedge-fund’s latest round of legal action threatens opening a can of worms that could have implications for more clubs than just Coventry City.