Should the rest of the Football League be proud of Cardiff City?

In his first post since taking on the role of co-editor on the site, Cardiff City fan Joe Harrison asks whether the nature of Liverpool’s Carling Cup triumph last weekend provided plenty of pride for the Football League.


About an hour after Anthony Gerrard had swept his penalty wide, I tweeted that I’d “never been more proud to be a Bluebird”. This prompted a number of responses, commiserating and congratulating …

Who are the most important players in the Championship promotion race?

With the Championship promotion race moving into the final two months of the season, let’s take a look at the key players for each of the teams currently sitting in the top six. Rather than blandly regurgitating tired tales of Rickie Lambert’s goalscoring prowess or Peter Whittingham’s range of passing, perhaps it would be more useful to delve into some statistics to see how effective some of the best players …

Why are Leicester City allowing Matt Mills to move on loan to Leeds United?

So Leicester City defender Matt Mills might be off to Leeds United on loan for the remainder of the current season. Given that Mills had a price tag of around £4.5million on his head when moving from Reading in the summer, why is there the possibility that he will be shifted out so soon?


When Mills arrived in the East Midlands in early July, he came with a reputation of …

The Football League’s winners and losers in the January transfer window

For some it’s about survival, keeping the family intact, writes Paul Binning. For others it’s about excitement and anticipation. For many it’s just about watching an ever-so-slightly barmy white-haired Scotsman work himself up into a frenzy over a low-value bid for a Romanian international from a small, bottom-of-the-table club from the North West!


I won’t go into the delusional merits or otherwise of the major television event that is …

Derby County v Nottingham Forest: A love/hate relationship

Although Forest’s games against Notts County represent the oldest league derby match in the world and their two grounds are separated merely by the width of the River Trent, Forest fans have, for many years, looked instead to the neighbouring city of Derby for their biggest rivalry. Forest fan Steve Wright gives the lowdown.


The City Ground and Pride Park are just 17 miles apart and, as with most football …

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