Posts Tagged "Peterborough United"

Would Peterborough Benefit From Stepping Off The Rollercoaster?

Would Peterborough Benefit From Stepping Off The Rollercoaster?

By on Apr 7, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 6 comments

The phrase goes, “Marry in haste, repent at leisure”, but supporters of Peterborough United may be wondering this week whether this caveat also applies to divorce. The rise of the Cambridgeshire club from League Two to the Championship had been one of the more understated surprises of the previous couple of years, but this season, in the harsh glare of...

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Keith Alexander: 1956-2010

Keith Alexander: 1956-2010

By on Mar 3, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 2 comments

At the time of writing, England are about to kick off against Egypt in their first friendly match of 2010. This is football as a peculiar mix of Hollywood and pantomime, a story that often seems to have very little to do with what goes on during the matches themselves. It’s a world that frequently feels alien. Away from this, however, there is a whole other...

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Match Of The Week: Peterborough United 4-4 Cardiff City

Match Of The Week: Peterborough United 4-4 Cardiff City

By on Dec 29, 2009 in English League Football, Latest | 6 comments

Being bottom of the table going into the new year is, unsurprisingly, held by most to be a somewhat negative omen. In a division of twenty-four teams in which three have to be relegated at the end of each season, that the one that is in the very bottom position should normally be one of those to fall through the trapdoor shouldn’t really come as a surprise,...

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United Sack Ferguson & May Repent At Leisure

By on Nov 11, 2009 in English League Football, Latest | 8 comments

It has been one of the quieter football revolutions of the last decade – Peterborough United have, over the last couple of years, gone from being also-rans in League Two to being back in the Championship for the first time (if we gloss over the various name changes) for the first time since 1994. There is little doubt that much of this sudden rise has been...

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