Sheffield Wednesday recovered from a torrid beginning to the campaign to nestle comfortably in the lower echelons of mid-table and ensure a third Championship season in a row. The season changed upon the appointment of Stuart Gray, under whom the Owls seemed to rediscover their scoring touch.
Up until the end of November, the protection and safe haven of 16th place seemed light years away. Then-manager Dave Jone...More
It is make-or-break time for Arsenal on Saturday as they take on holders Wigan Athletic in the first of the weekend’s FA Cup semi-finals.
With all of their rivals towards the top of the Premier League, Arsenal will have very few excuses if they fail to win the competition from here. All the pressure will be on the Gunners now after a horrendous run of form which has left their hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League un...More
Wigan manager Uwe Rosler is set to follow Everton’s lead and learn from their triumph over Arsenal, according to Sky Sports.
The Championship side are set to face the Gunners this Saturday in the FA Cup semi-final and will be hoping to capitalise on Arsenal’s frail confidence after a 3-0 battering by Everton last weekend.
Rosler lead the Latics to an excellent 2-1 victory over Manchester City in the last round and admitted that he h...More
Wigan manager Uwe Rosler believes that the pressure is strongly on Arsenal, as favourites, to knock his side out of the FA Cup on Saturday, according to Sky Sports.
The Championship club are the current holders of the trophy but Rosler believes the Gunners will be under pressure to end their nine year trophy drought with the competition.
Wigan have so far exceeded all expectation in the competition, eliminating three Premier League ...More
Hull City manager Steve Bruce has told his side to forget about their FA Cup quarter-final triumph and focus on Premier League survival, according to Sky Sports.
Bruce’s side secure a 3-0 FA Cup quarter-final win over Sunderland on Sunday and his side can now look forward to a Wembley semi-final for the first time in 84 years.
Despite the victory, the Tigers boss has insisted that his side must focus on their Premier League survival...More
The last FA Cup tie of quarter-final weekend is a repeat of last season’s final, as Wigan Athletic travel to Manchester City.
The five-times winners come into this having redeemed themselves somewhat from their shock defeat to the Latics last May, coming from behind to defeat Sunderland in the Capital One Cup final. However, that they needed two wonder strikes to rescue them at Wembley may provide Wigan with some encouragement. Going...More
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