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.
Birmingham City supporters haven’t had very much to celebrate over the course of this season, but one of the club’s directors, Peter Pannu, has had an excellent season. Well, for himself, at least.
After several seasons of success, will a change of name bring an increase in crowds to match the club’s ambition?