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- Tue, 13 Apr 2021 21:55:58 +0000: EFL roundup: Swansea up to third after victory against Sheffield Wednesday - Championship | The Guardian
- Lowe and Fulton goals put Swans seven points behind Watford
- Rotherham’s survival hopes boosted by 3-1 win over QPR
Swansea manager Steve Cooper praised his side’s mentality after Tuesday’s 2-0 Championship win at Sheffield Wednesday which lifted them to third in the table, seven points behind second-placed Watford. Jamal Lowe scored his third goal in two games as he broke the deadlock in the 31st minute, turning in a pass from André Ayew. Cooper brought on Connor Roberts in the 73rd minute and less than a minute later he crossed for Jay Fulton to power in the Swans’ second goal.Continue reading...
- Tue, 13 Apr 2021 12:45:34 +0000: Emilia Romagna GP qualifying and EFL games moved for Prince Philip funeral - Championship | The Guardian
- Grand prix qualifying brought forward to 1pm-2pm
- All EFL games scheduled for 3pm on Saturday rescheduled
Qualifying for this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix has been moved to avoid overlapping with the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral on Saturday.
Formula One and the FIA have announced the session has been brought forward by an hour and will now take place from 1pm to 2pm BST. As a result, final practice will move to 10am-11am in order to comply with the regulations which state qualifying must be two hours after FP3. A minute’s silence will also be held before qualifying at Imola.Continue reading...
- Sat, 10 Apr 2021 17:13:45 +0000: Championship roundup: Brentford thrash Preston as Lowe lifts Swansea - Championship | The Guardian
- Brentford back on form with 5-0 triumph at Preston
- Lowe strikes twice as Swansea beat Millwall 3-0
Brentford kept their faint automatic promotion hopes alive with a fine 5-0 victory at Preston. The Bees scored twice in the first half and three times in the second to end a run of four straight Championship draws in emphatic style.
Their biggest away win of the season – thanks to goals from Bryan Mbeumo, Marcus Forss, Ivan Toney, Sergi Canós and Emiliano Marcondes – moved Thomas Frank’s side within nine points of second-placed Watford, with six games still to play. Watford, in turn, are eight points behind leaders Norwich, who won 1-0 at Derby.
Hull kept themselves clear at the top of League One with a convincing 3-0 win at Plymouth. Keane Lewis-Potter fired the Tigers in front early on, with Josh Magennis and Greg Docherty wrapping up victory in the second half.
Bottom-side Grimsby lost 1-0 at Bradford with Stefan Payne sent off in bizarre circumstances – headbutting his own teammate, while Port Vale’s 1-0 win over Morecambe had a 45-minute break in play midway through the first half because of snow.Continue reading...
- Sat, 10 Apr 2021 16:25:15 +0000: Kieran Dowell’s free-kick fires Norwich past Derby and closer to promotion - Championship | The Guardian
It has felt a matter of when and not if Norwich will be promoted for a few months but results elsewhere dictated they will have to wait at least another week to seal an immediate return to the Premier League, despite the Championship leaders overcoming lowly Derby here courtesy of a delicious Kieran Dowell free-kick. Victory over Bournemouth at Carrow Road next Saturday would secure promotion and, while Daniel Farke insists his players are not yet dancing on tables in delight, the finish line is tantalisingly close.
This was not the 7-0 demolition job they managed against Huddersfield on Tuesday and, though not a buccaneering performance, Farke cut a happy figure at full time. “It was not champagne football but a hard-fought win,” he said. “At the end of the season I’m sure we’ll celebrate promotion with this win. Brentford and Swansea have shown they have the quality to win all of their last games. We need two more points. We want to finish in style. I don’t see why we should lose any of our remaining five games.”Continue reading...
- Fri, 09 Apr 2021 21:26:12 +0000: Sarr’s quickfire double against Reading takes Watford closer to Premier League - Championship | The Guardian
Watford moved a step closer to an instant Premier League return after two goals in as many first-half minutes from Ismaïla Sarr earned a 2-0 win at home to Reading. Xisco, the Watford manager, saw his side move to within five points of leaders Norwich as well as establishing a 12-point lead over third-place Brentford, who have two games in hand including Saturday’s visit to Preston.Continue reading...
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- Wed, 14 Apr 2021 15:20:07 +0000: Wayne Rooney: Derby County boss 'believes 100%' club will avoid relegation - BBC Sport - Championship
Derby County manager Wayne Rooney says he "believes 100%" his side will not be relegated from the Championship.
- Wed, 14 Apr 2021 12:10:12 +0000: EFL Day of Action: How Preston North End are engaging with local Muslim community - BBC Sport - Championship
BBC Sport talks to those at Preston North End who are forging a link with the local Muslim community during Ramadan.
- Wed, 14 Apr 2021 08:18:05 +0000: Dean Holden: Stoke City appoint former Bristol City boss as assistant manager - BBC Sport - Championship
Former Bristol City boss Dean Holden joins Stoke City as assistant manager to Michael O'Neill.
- Tue, 13 Apr 2021 20:14:56 +0000: Rotherham 3-1 QPR: Freddie Ladapo double boosts struggling Millers - BBC Sport - Championship
Freddie Ladapo scores twice as Rotherham come back from behind to beat QPR and boost their chances of staying in the Championship.
- Tue, 13 Apr 2021 18:57:38 +0000: Sheffield Wednesday 0-2 Swansea City: Jamal Lowe and Jay Fulton condemn Owls to defeat - BBC Sport - Championship
Swansea City cut the gap to the automatic promotion places as Sheffield Wednesday suffer another heavy blow in their bid to avoid relegation.
Today has seen the signing of young striker Charlie Strutton for struggling side AFC Wimbledon after he had impressed Terry Brown whilst on a three week trial earlier in the year. Barnsley have today signed winger David Cotterill on a free transfer which could see the player making his debut for the club this weekend.
Championship top dogs West Ham have today sealed the double signing of Ravel Morrison from Manchester United as well as Ricardo Vaz Te from Barnsley. The young starlet ravel Morrison is believed to have attracted a lot of interest from some of Europe’s biggest clubs such as Barcelona, Roma and Paris St Germain but has decided to stay in the English divisions.
Vaz Te has had an extremely good season so far with the Portuguese striker already netting ten times for former club Barnsley.
Sussex club Brighton have completed the signing of two Manchester City players on loan until the end of the season which again cemented the up and coming clubs ambition to gain entry into the premier league. The club has signed Abdul Razak and Gai Assulin who are both midfielders who have failed to break through into the first team at Manchester City. On another plus side for the Sussex club their influential winger craig Noone has committed his future to the club stating he is more than happy at the seagulls amid speculation that he could be joining Cardiff City in the summer after the Welsh club had a £1.2 million offer turned down by Gus Poyet in January.
Cardiff Cities formidable striker has today stated that he would indeed be extremely happy to extend his loan spell at league one side Scunthorpe United with the striker claiming he prefers life at the club. Cardiff winger Peter Whttingham has today stated that he is convinced he made the correct decision to commit himself to the Welsh club amid speculation that he could have joined West Ham during the January transfer window.
Richard Keogh has again reinforced his commitment to Coventry City by stating he would be more than happy to open contract negotiations with the club before the end of the season. This will be great news for manager Andy Thorn as he is already looking to bolster his squad for next season and would have thought of it as a detrimental loss to have lost Keogh for next season.
Ben reeves has today made his switch from Southampton to league two team Dagenham & Redbridge on a twelve month loan deal. Southampton have also gladly received back today forward Ryan Doyle from his loan spell at Bury and the influential forward is more than happy to be back.
Leeds United new boy boss Neil Warnock has today signed the Portsmouth forward Danny Webber on a deal that will see him at the club until the end of the season. Warnock has today also stated that he will have to wait until the end of the season before he can make any new moves for players until he assesses the financial situation. James Harper has today completed his move to Wycombe from title chasing league one team Hull City on a short term loan deal which will see him remain for just over a month.
Hull City have finally completed an interesting and what they hope will be a extremely beneficial loan deal for Joshua King. The Manchester united starlet will remain with the side until the end of the season with the possibility of extending it past that date. Mixed News