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Jack Ross: Forget Wembley, just win the trophy

Sunderland manager Jack Ross talks about his own experience playing in cup finals ahead of the Checkatrade Trophy showdown

Fight to stay in the Championship has been ten years in the making for Millwall’s Tom Elliott

IT TOOK Tom Elliott a decade to get back to the Championship, so you can understand why he’s desperate to stay there. It was way back in February 2007 as a mere 16-year-old that the promising striker made his debut for Leeds United. Manager Dennis Wise threw him on for the last nine minutes of […]

Bolton Wanderers to pay outstanding salaries to players and coaches to avoid walkout

Wages should be paid on Friday

The Championship, League One and League Two teams most likely to be promoted this season

The fight for promotion is tough every season, with each club out to prove their worth. Of course, no-one can know how the final outcome is going to look, and every game promises excitement and uncertainty. But, if you’re interested in gambling on who is going to the top of the table, we worked with […]

Dunlavy column: Shunned Paul Hurst shows no manager should be blamed for looking out for no.1

Where next?

4 players who have taken the Championship by surprise

Norwich City’s Moritz Leitner has made good on the four-year deal the Canaries signed him to

Profile – Bradford City manager David Hopkin

From little Greenock Morton to Chelsea as a player, now in the hotseat at Bradford City

2017/18 review: The Championship winners for the PFA Bristol Street Motors Fans’ Player of the Month awards

How many players are still playing in the Championship?

Crawley bring in forward Dominic Poleon

League Two side Crawley Town have completed the signing of striker Dominic Poleon. The 24-year-old was a mainstay in the Bradford City team last season, scoring seven goals in 37 games. Before arriving at Valley Parade, Poleon represented the likes of Leeds United, Oldham Athletic and AFC Wimbledon. The midfielder has played in either the […]

The FLP’s Alternative EFL Awards 2017-18

Chris Dunlavy takes his pick of brilliant quotes from this season and the biggest gaffe of the year

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