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Every year, hundreds of predictions are made about the football season ahead. Promotion and relegation candidates are pored
Many words have been used to describe the last season in English football, but one more than any other: unpredictable. A
Accrington Stanley, who are they? They're heading for promotion to League One, that's who. Often regarded as a byword for small, scabby English clubs with a ramshackle stadium, anorak-clad fans and a terminal shortage of cash (my kind of club), Stanley have had one of the most impressive seasons in their history.
Win or lose on Saturday, there is no doubt that this has been the most extraordinary season of all time for Leicester City. We're not talking the two short decades of the Premier League, we're talking 130 years of history.
As has so often been proven, making pre-season predictions about league football is the most certain way for a journalist, blogger or pundit to make an absolute fool of themselves. Placing your words and reputation on the line before a ball has been kicked is, in 90% of cases, a true recipe for disaster.
Former Burton Albion goalkeeper Stuart Tomlinson was forced to hang up his boots last summer following a serious knee ligament
The 2013/2014 football season is still in its infancy, but already things are shaping up as we might expect; Highgate's finest
Much has been said about Bradford City's fall since the heady days of Premiership football, but the struggles go back much further than that and provide more context for what Sunday's Capital One Cup Final means for the club and its fans.
Before the final whistle, a memorable fight broke out between both sets of players, which saw three sent off as Wenger and
A teenager has been arrested after Wycombe goalkeeper Jordan Archer was attacked in the closing stages of his side's 1-0