League One season review

After five years of seeing pre-season optimism fade away into increasing depths of mediocrity, supporters of Sheffield United awaited 2016-17 with bated breath as their side again approached a campaign as favourites for promotion under another highly regarded new manager. This time it was self-confessed Blades fan Chris Wilder who took over the reins following the bitterly disappointing tenure of Nigel Adkins. Fresh from leading Northampton Town to a storming League Two title success, Wilder soon introduced a 3-4-3 formation, which would eventually turn out to be the most effective…

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League Two Season Review 2015-16

They may have been plagued by off-field tribulations due to a tumultuous change of ownership, but throughout the 2015-16 season Northampton Town were a machine, powering past and reigning over all those who stood in their way. Having the look of a strong outfit from the start, they won the title at a canter and ended with a 24-match unbeaten run. Manager Chris Wilder had been managing in League Two for several seasons without being able to sustain a promotion bid, but this time his charges were unstoppable and he…

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Wimbledon star gives one of the most entertaining interviews ever [Video]

AFC Wimbledon will play in League One for the first time in their history next season after sealing their sixth promotion since the club’s formation in 2002, by beating Plymouth 2-0 League Two play-off final at Wembley. Adebayo Akinfenwa helped his team by scoring the second goal from the penalty spot: Akinfenwa beast mode #afcwimbledon #playofffinal pic.twitter.com/yCXNknpxIW — Scot Munroe (@ScotM87) 30 mei 2016 The striker then revealed he has been released by the club, in an interview that was very entertaining: Akinfenwa post match interview 🙈🙈🙈 #afcwimbledon #playofffinal pic.twitter.com/8YShQsHm8B — Scot Munroe (@ScotM87)…

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League Two season review

After losing out in the play-offs in each of the past two seasons, 2014-15 finally proved to be the time for Burton Albion to gain promotion to the third tier for the very first time in their history. The Staffordshire side was able to keep the majority of their squad from those previous near misses, and under Gary Rowett they were the model of consistency right the beginning, establishing a commanding early lead at the top. Form tailed off slightly before Rowett left to take charge of former club Birmingham…

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