It would be fair to say there was plenty of controversy at Cardiff last season, after the Bluebirds opted to switch their famous blue shirts for a red strip due to commercial reasons. Such a move came off the back of a playoff defeat although following large-scale investment, most supporters are relatively happy with the
It would be fair to say that Derek McInnes had his hands well and truly tied behind his back last season, after he took over from Keith Millen with City languishing in the relegation zone. While he managed to save them from the drop in relatively comfortable fashion, the pressure was always going to be
After emerging in the Championship last term, many were not sure what to expect from Brighton this year. While the Seagulls were very impressive last season, there was a worry that they could suffer from the dreaded second-season syndrome this time around. Following the opening couple of months of the campaign, the jury is certainly
Considering the fact that Blackpool were regarded as regular candidates for the drop in the Championship several years ago, it’s simply incredible to see how much progress the Seasiders have made over recent times. However, having lost in the playoff final last term, there were some people who wondered just how the Bloomfield Road outfit
There is no doubt that there was plenty of attention focused on Blackburn last term, mostly for the wrong reasons. Protests were constantly made at Ewood Park for the removal of Steve Kean as manager and following the club’s relegation from the top flight, most people expected Rovers to finally remove Kean from his position.
In the second installment of the “Championship so far series”, it is Midlands outfit Birmingham that will be looked at. After managing to experience a hugely successful campaign last term which saw them finish in 4th place, the Blues missed out on the chance to return to the Premiership after suffering a defeat in the
In the first of the “Championship so far” series, South Yorkshire outfit Barnsley will be analysed. It would be fair to say that most people regarded the Tykes as definite candidates for the drop at the start of the season, yet Keith Hill’s men have started rather successfully by their own standards and currently sit