Dropping out of the Premier League shouldn't be seen as the death knell we're told it is. It can actually be bloody good fun...
Far from a perfect man, but the perfect manager to lead a provincial club to the top of the game.
The transfer of Benjamin Garre isn't the only time a club has been accused of tapping up a player.
It's a sign of getting old when your old heroes start to take management jobs. Here's a few examples.
There are currently 139 players in the Championship whose contracts expire this summer. Fancy any?
If Southampton are banking on the new manager bounce to save them, history suggests they've left it late...
Tony Pulis is redefining himself in a promotion battle while his three former PL clubs fight relegation.
It's what gets you on the edge of your seat, it's what creates excitement. These are the best at doing just that.
Adama Traore "could go and play for Manchester City tomorrow," says Sherwood. And he should know.
The average age of football fans has increased, but who comes next? Nobody, unless something is done.
Wolves feature heavily, of course. While there may be a few in the list that surprise you.
Mohamed Salah has earned his spot on a list Didier Drogba would only describe as a f***ing disgrace.
Crystal Palace currently have nine players out. Remember when Man United were missing 15 and still won?
On January 31, 2008, Middlesbrough signed Afonso Alves and changed the way we looked at Dutch football.
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