The Seventy Two’s Football League team of the season


Team of the season

  1. Shwan Jalal (Bournemouth)
  2. Kevin McNaughton (Cardiff City)
  3. Joe Skarz (Bury)
  4. Jose Fonte (Southampton)
  5. Guy Branston (was Torquay United, now Bradford City)
  6. Dean Cox (Leyton Orient)
  7. Gareth Ainsworth (Wycombe Wanderers)
  8. Adel Taarabt (Queen’s Park Rangers)
  9. Scott Sinclair (Swansea City)
  10. Ryan Hall (Southend United)
  11. Craig Mackail-Smith (Peterborough United)

Manager: Paul Lambert (Norwich City)

I decided to do something a bit different for The Seventy Two’s Football League team …

Championship league ladder: Southampton up, Coventry City down

The Seventy Two’s Championship summer league ladder begins with Two Hundred Percent contributor Jason LeBlanc.

In brief, the idea will be that the table begins in the order that the Championship finished at the end of the 2010/11 season and a series of bloggers and journalists will each re-position one team further up and one team further down based on their thoughts over the summer. By the end, we

Huddersfield Town and the League One promotion race

With the League One promotion race now hotting up, it seems a fitting time to dip into the thoughts of a supporter of a club involved in the fight to reach the Championship. Huddersfield Town fan Charlie Johnson shares both his excitement at the task ahead and his frustration at their rivals’ irritating winning habit…

Another week goes by and Huddersfield Town have won three games on the bounce. Add …

Football League bloggers round-up #3 – February 16th 2011

It’s time for The Seventy Two’s third round-up of the best posts (that I have found) on the subject of Football League clubs over the past fortnight. A bit of a bumper selection on this occasion, which will hopefully become the norm. Feel free to post anything excellent that I’ve missed in the Comments section.

The Equaliser1940s Month: Bob Jackson’s Pompey

Swiss RambleA Tale of Bristol

In appreciation of Dagenham and Redbridge Football Club

All hail Dagenham and Redbridge Football Club. Falling attendance figures and the continuing effect of the recession have become a regular theme of these pages over the last few months. So it is only right that we should tip our hat to a club that have taken action. Rich Prew pays tribute to the Daggers.

Times are tough. Throughout football, however, many clubs carry on regardless, seemingly oblivious to this. …