Category Archives: League News

The Real Cost of Watching League One Football

Can you really compare a typical fan paying £380.00 for a season ticket at Swindon Town to someone spending the same amount elsewhere in League One? Writes Ron Smith. Last week the BBC proudly announced that Sheffield United “provide the cheapest matchday experience in the Football League”. Their survey found £17.20 will buy you a ticket to the game, a

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L2 Review: Town make up ground as Crawley, Southend and Cheltenham drop points

Welcome to another edition of Andrew Steele-Davis’ Npower Football League Two Review, where as always there was plenty of action for you to sink your teeth into. The top three all dropped vital points as the hectic Christmas schedule begins while Swindon continue their Robin’s revival under Paolo Di Canio, stretching their unbeaten run to 15 games in all competitions. We

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L2 Review: Crawley return top and Dagenham slip to the bottom

Welcome to another edition of Andrew Steele-Davis’ Npower Football League Two Review, where there was plenty of action as well as a local derby. Southend were finally defeated and the situation at the bottom of the table looks dire for Dagenham and Redbridge. We start off at the Kingsmeadow stadium where Accrington Stanley recorded an all important victory over Wimbledon. Padraig Amond,

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L2 Review: Plymouth shock Cobblers and Bristol Rovers hold Southend

Welcome to another edition of Andrew Steele-Davis’ Npower Football League Two Review, where as usual there is plenty of action to sink your teeth into. Plymouth produced a shock of their own after their embarrassing FA Cup exit in the week and the Play-off picture continues to gather pace. Let’s start with Plymouth, where the Football League’s bottom club trounced

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L2 Review: Shrewsbury notch seven and Crawley maintain pressure on Shrimpers

Welcome to another edition of the ‘Npower Football League Two Review’ which took a break last week due to the first round of the FA Cup, writes Andrew Steele-Davis. As usual, it was goals galore as Shrewsbury hit the net an amazing seven times and Crawley put four past a hapless Oxford United. First let’s start with the highest scoring

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League Two Review: Southend win to stay top and Gills get last gasp winner

It has been another weekend of goal-tastic action from the Npower League Two as Southend remain top of the table and Swindon continue their climb up the play-off places. Reports Andrew Steele-Davis. Let’s start off at Port Vale, where Swindon, who are one of the form teams in the league at the moment, continued their recent good form. After being held

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League Two Review: Southend Go Top On Halloween Weekend

In a spooctacular weekend of football, the Npower League Two has a new leader as Southend continued their recent hot streak against Macclesfield. All of the action will be assessed here in the latest instalment of Andrew Steele-Davis’ League Two Review. Let’s start with the new table toppers, Southend United who returned to the top of the summit after a solid

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League Two Review: Big wins for Crawley, Aldershot, Morecambe and Southend

It was goals galore in the Npower League Two this weekend as Crawley, Aldershot, Morecambe and Southend United all recorded big victories, whilst strugglers Bradford and Hereford both grabbed much needed wins in their respective matches. All of the action is assessed here by Andrew Steele-Davis. Let’s start off with the ‘Team Performance of the Weekend’, Crawley’s thumping win over AFC Wimbledon.

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League Two Review: Rovers and Gillingham win by 5 and Crawley return top

It has been another weekend of scintillating action from the Npower Football League Two as both Bristol Rovers and Gillingham banged in five, Wimbledon’s fine recent run came to an end and Plymouth got their second win of the season, writes Andrew Steele Davis. Bristol Rovers had that Friday night feeling as they put five past the hapless Rotherham United in a

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League Two Review: AFC Wimbledon go third and Rotherham drop deeper

It has been another weekend of breathtaking action from the Npower Football League Two as Rotherham and Morecambe continue to slip into free fall mode and AFC Wimbledon continue their amazing climb up the table. Reports Andrew Steele Davis. If you would have told the Wimbledon fans at the start of the season that their team would be occupying the last automatic

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