Relegation Week: Coventry City aiming to build on four draws

Andy Thorn’s Coventry City are still yet to reach double figures in terms of goals scored away from the Ricoh Arena this season, so their 2-2 draw at Cardiff in midweek must have felt like a victory. Wins remain elusive, but safety is well within reach. Neil Allison speaks to Joe Harrison about his club’s chances of staying up.


So far, the Sky Blues have spent just six weeks of

How Zorgon Five stole our most precious resource

Posted by on Mar 22, 2012 in Championship, The Seventy Two | No Comments

The churches, mosques and temples were first to go. The commanders of the invading forces of Zorgon Five were suspicious of these places of worship and their potential to mobilise large numbers of people in a short space of time. So they were obliterated.


It didn’t take long. Neither did much of the destruction of Earth, in fairness. After all, they had invaded on a Thursday. The nerds that control …

Relegation Week: Will the Robins rise away from the relegation zone?

Before Bristol City’s 2-0 defeat to a David James-inspired Watford on Tuesday, Joe Harrison spoke to Paul Binning of The Exiled Robin about his side’s hopes of steering clear of League One.


What were expectations at Ashton Gate at the start of the season? After a 15th place finish in 2010-11, were there fears of a relegation battle this time out or were fans predicting pushing higher up the table

How Aidy Boothroyd beat the Burton curse to boost the Cobblers

Aidy Boothroyd could be forgiven for casting a wistful eye towards the likes of Swansea City’s Brendan Rodgers and Paul Lambert of Norwich City – two young managers who are the flavour of the season following their successful adaptation to the Premier League. It could have been him.


Or could it have? When Watford were promoted under his charge, everything seemed rosy. But Boothroyd soon forged a reputation for workmanlike, …

Relegation Week: Can Millwall stay clear of the maelstrom?

Millwall are keeping their heads above water at present, but is there a danger they could still be sucked into the whirlpool of relegation to League One? Lions fan Kate Murray speaks to Joe Harrison about her side’s chances of avoiding the dreaded drop.


After an impressive 9th place finish last term in Millwall’s first season back in the second tier, have this year’s struggles come as a surprise?

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