Tag: EFL

England January Round Up

It’s officially down time for international football, with no games scheduled until March. As a result news to discuss is thin on the ground at England Football.org Towers. So here’s a quick round-up of the January England news. Southgate in demand? It was revealed in the Daily Telegraph that Gareth Southgate is on Manchester United’s

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From West Yorkshire to San Francisco Bay…

Here’s the thing about supporting teams in 2 teams different sports located at opposite ends of the globe-¬†you don’t expect their worlds will collide! This morning I awoke to find they had, with the announcement the San Francisco 49ers had entered a ‘strategic partnership’ with Leeds United, buying a 10% share of the Championship club.

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EFL Cup Final Reaction: Is it finally over for Arsene Wenger?

So it’s congratulations to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, less than a week after the quadruple dream came to an unexpected end at Wigan the first leg of a possible treble and very likely double was completed at Wembley. City were not at their best in the final, particularly in the first half but it simply

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Leeds at the crossroads

Yesterday saw Paul Heckingbottom confirmed as the new Head Coach of Leeds United. In doing so he became Leeds’ 18th manager since the summer of 2002 when David O’Leary’s departure marked the beginning of the clubs decline from European powerhouse to Football League also ran. Last summer marked a new dawn for the club after

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