Promotion Diaries – Milton Keynes Dons

Matchday 46. Two clubs with 76 points. One match to decide who is promoted to League One and who will have to fight their way through the playoffs. Mansfield Town had the upper hand, needing a draw or better to earn automatic promotion. The Milton Keynes Dons, on the other hand, needed to win, otherwise it was …

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Promotion Diaries – Bury F.C.

It was a one-and-done season for another club in our Promotion Diaries, as Bury will be returning to League One after a brief one season stay in League Two. The were the second club to clinch their automatic return to League One – following champion  Lincoln City – with a 1-1 draw at Tranmere Rovers in the penultimate match …

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Premier League – End-of-Season Power Rankings

With the Premier League season now complete, instead of a final Power Rankings update, I wanted to take a look at how the clubs fared on the season compared to my Preseason Power Rankings and how I did in “predicting” the season. (I did this over in the Championship last week). Unlike my Championship rankings, …

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Promotion Diaries – Barnsley F.C.

It was a one-and-done season for Barnsley, who were playing this season in League One after being relegated from the Championship after finishing 22nd last season. This season, they remained at the top of the League One table for most of the season, and – along with Luton Town – clinched a return to the Championship on …

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Promotion Diaries – Leyton Orient

One of the oldest football clubs in London will be returning to the Football League, with Leyton Orient winning the Vanarama National League this season to earn automatic promotion (they will be joined by the winner of tomorrow’s promotion playoff match between Salford City and Fylde). The O’s have had a rough stretch of football over the past few …

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Premier League – Week 34 Power Rankings

The Premier League is mostly settled, and as many as five clubs could be going to Champions League next season thanks to the historic appearance of four clubs in UEFA Finals. Wolverhampton Wanderers have clinched seventh place, which could come into play for Europa League should Manchester City manage to win the FA Cup at …

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