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  • 12/15/15--08:25: Tis The Season
  • By Paula Marcus With Christmas fast approaching, its easy to get distracted by everything going on; shopping, parties and of course the overload of games coming up. But even before we get to the games it has been an interesting couple of weeks in the Championship, so here is a slightly festive look back at

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    By Paula Marcus The trees are up, fridges are full and stockings are hung by the chimney with care, which must mean we are now only days away from Christmas and its many traditions. In the case of sport, these traditions largely run deep and are something for fans to look forward to.  What is

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  • 04/27/16--08:18: Reflections On A Season
  • By Paula Marcus With just two games to go it’s hard to know what 2015/16 will be known for in years to come. Will it be the multi-way battle for top spot, the surprise survival push or the outside contenders staying the distance? As we look back, it’s a good time to see what lessons

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  • 06/09/16--06:18: Championship Quality
  • More than 30 players from England’s second tier will be representing their countries at Euro 2016. By Paula Marcus It’s that time of year when most Championship players are packing their bags ready for their summer holidays, but this year some have been packing for a very different reason.  This summer, thanks principally to Northern

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    By Paula Marcus I generally try not to mention Reading too much (I did say too much), but sometimes that just goes out the window. On the day Wales qualified for the knockout stages of Euro 2016, Reading’s academy manager Eamonn Dolan died after a brave battle against cancer at the age of 48. What

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  • 12/15/15--08:25: Tis The Season
  • By Paula Marcus With Christmas fast approaching, its easy to get distracted by everything going on; shopping, parties and of course the overload of games coming up. But even before we get to the games it has been an interesting couple of weeks in the Championship, so here is a slightly festive look back at

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    By Paula Marcus The trees are up, fridges are full and stockings are hung by the chimney with care, which must mean we are now only days away from Christmas and its many traditions. In the case of sport, these traditions largely run deep and are something for fans to look forward to.  What is

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  • 04/27/16--08:18: Reflections On A Season
  • By Paula Marcus With just two games to go it’s hard to know what 2015/16 will be known for in years to come. Will it be the multi-way battle for top spot, the surprise survival push or the outside contenders staying the distance? As we look back, it’s a good time to see what lessons

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  • 06/09/16--06:18: Championship Quality
  • More than 30 players from England’s second tier will be representing their countries at Euro 2016. By Paula Marcus It’s that time of year when most Championship players are packing their bags ready for their summer holidays, but this year some have been packing for a very different reason.  This summer, thanks principally to Northern

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    By Paula Marcus I generally try not to mention Reading too much (I did say too much), but sometimes that just goes out the window. On the day Wales qualified for the knockout stages of Euro 2016, Reading’s academy manager Eamonn Dolan died after a brave battle against cancer at the age of 48. What

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    By Paula Marcus With the season now complete, here is part two of the Championship look at how far teams have come in the past 12 months.  Nothing to declare So let’s start with the remaining mid-table teams, the ones that have known for the past few weeks they have had nothing really to play

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    By Paula Marcus   The start of September is a very strange time for football fans. After surviving three months without football, followed by the rapid number of games occurring in part due to the EFL cup, we are then straight into the first international break. But if we need something to distract us from

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    By Paula Marcus   Two months into the season and the excitement at the return of football has settled, the table is starting to take shape and the first manager has already been sacked. For the last few years the Championship has been far from boring, whether it’s on or off the field, and this

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    By Paula Marcus   After the last few years of weekly manager changes, it’s certainly been nice to not have the distraction of who will be the next to go. But after just four manager changes in the first half of the season we have already had four new appointments in the first part of

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    By Paula Marcus   There always seems to be a slight lull just after Christmas, where you know the end of the season is nearer than the start, but it still seems so far away. Well here we are, just nine games left in the season and lots still to decide. For some, it also

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    By Paula Marcus   One of the great things about this point in the seasons is that in one day so much can change, especially when the games come thick and fast.   After the midweek round of games we have drama at the top, drama in the playoffs, despair at the bottom and a