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 Post subject: Championship matches 8/9 August
PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2009 10:23 am 
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Home Team Score Away Team Time
Cardiff v Scunthorpe 15:00
Crystal Palace v Plymouth 15:00
Derby v Peterborough 15:00
Leicester v Swansea 15:00
Preston v Bristol City 15:00
QPR v Blackpool 15:00
Reading v Nottm Forest 15:00
Sheff Wed v Barnsley 15:00
Watford v Doncaster 15:00
West Brom v Newcastle 17:30


South Yorkshire Derby, Young Fergie Vs Young Cloughie and a match between 2 of last seasons premiership teams amongst the highlights of todays games.


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ickle cloughie winning against ickle fergie so far

wednesday up in the south yorkshire derby


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Cardiff 2 - 0 Scunthorpe L
Crystal Palace 0 - 1 Plymouth L
Derby 1 - 0 Peterborough L
Leicester 0 - 1 Swansea L
Preston 0 - 0 Bristol City L
QPR 0 - 1 Blackpool L
Reading 0 - 0 Nottm Forest L
Sheff Wed 2 - 0 Barnsley L
Watford 1 - 1 Doncaster L


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 Post subject: Re: Championship matches 8/9 August
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Come on you Poooooool.

Equaliser for QPR sometime within the last 5 mins, betcha.

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ickle fergie's equalised against Ickle Cloughie


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and then Ickle Cloughie got another


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Come on you Poooooool.

Equaliser for QPR sometime within the last 5 mins, betcha.


well done nostradamus


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Equaliser for QPR sometime within the last 5 mins, betcha.


Surprise surprise.

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Come on you Poooooool.

Equaliser for QPR sometime within the last 5 mins, betcha.


well done nostradamus


Always seems to happen when they're leading by 1 goal.

It's pathetic.

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 Post subject: Re: Championship matches 8/9 August
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Really enjoying football on the BBC again, just a shame Motty and Coleman are not still with them to give it that real authentic pre satellite feel.

Although a goal would be nice as well !

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full times
Cardiff 4-0 Scunthorpe R
Crystal Palace 1-1 Plymouth R
Derby 2-1 Peterborough R
Leicester 2-1 Swansea R
Preston 2-2 Bristol City R
QPR 1-1 Blackpool R
Reading 0-0 Nottm Forest R
Sheff Wed 2-2 Barnsley R
Watford 1-1 Doncaster R


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Fozzibare wrote:
Really enjoying football on the BBC again, just a shame Motty and Coleman are not still with them to give it that real authentic pre satellite feel.

Although a goal would be nice as well !


saw most of the game, some of it fell at laurens bed time so had In the night garden on for a bit,

thought it was a decent game, Tim Krul (used to be fantastic on FM 2007) was entertaining to watch


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Coventry v Ipswich, 12:45 today


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Result: Coventry 2 - 1 Ipswich

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1 Cardiff 1 4 3
2 Coventry 1 1 3
3 Derby 1 1 3
4 Leicester 1 1 3
5 Barnsley 1 0 1
6 Bristol City 1 0 1
7 Preston 1 0 1
8 Sheff Wed 1 0 1
9 Blackpool 1 0 1
10 Palace 1 0 1
11 Doncaster 1 0 1
12 Newcastle 1 0 1
13 Plymouth 1 0 1
14 QPR 1 0 1
15 Watford 1 0 1
16 West Brom 1 0 1
17 M'brough 1 0 1
18 Forest 1 0 1
19 Reading 1 0 1
20 Sheff Utd 1 0 1
21 Ipswich 1 -1 0
22 Peterb 1 -1 0
23 Swansea 1 -1 0
24 Scunthe 1 -4 0


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the Championship in 90 Seconds

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_div_1/8192402.stm


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 Post subject: Championshgip Matches W/C 15/08
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Saturday, 15 August 2009
Barnsley v Coventry, 15:00
Blackpool v Cardiff, 15:00
Bristol City v Crystal Palace, 15:00
Doncaster v Preston, 15:00
Ipswich v Leicester, 15:00
Newcastle v Reading, 17:20
Nottm Forest v West Brom, 15:00
Peterborough v Sheff Wed, 15:00
Plymouth v QPR, 15:00
Scunthorpe v Derby, 15:00
Sheff Utd v Watford, 15:00
Swansea v Middlesbrough, 15:00

No wins for any of the 3 relegated premier teams on matchday 1, None of them have easy games on matchday 2 either, 1st week leaders cardiff have a trip to the sea side

Tuesday 18th August
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19:45 Barnsley vs Preston
19:45 Blackpool vs Derby
19:45 Bristol City vs QPR
19:45 Doncaster vs Coventry
19:45 Ipswich vs Crystal Palace
19:45 Nottm Forest vs Watford
19:45 Peterborough vs West Brom
19:45 Plymouth vs Cardiff
19:45 Scunthorpe vs Middlesbrough
19:45 Sheff Utd vs Leicester
19:45 Swansea vs Reading
Wednesday 19th August
The Coca-Cola Football League Championship
19:45 Newcastle vs Sheff Wed


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 Post subject: The Race For The Championship
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A Shola Ameobi hat-trick fired Newcastle to their first win of the Championship season as the Toon overpowered Reading 3-0 at St James' Park on Saturday night.

The striker grabbed all the goals as Chris Hughton's team proved too hot for the visiting Royals.

Ameobi opened the scoring seven minutes before half-time with a diving header, and another header doubled the advantage on 61 minutes.

The hat-trick, and Newcastle's victory, was wrapped up 15 minutes from time when Ameobi converted from the penalty spot.

Crystal Palace were left incensed after referee Rob Shoebridge ruled out what was a perfectly good goal against Bristol City, who went on to score a late winner at Aston Gate.

The Eagles had started brightly and looked to have gone ahead when on-loan West Ham striker Freddie Sears smashed his shot into the back of the net - only for the ball to bounce straight back out.

However, after lengthy discussions with his assistant referee, Shoebridge ruled the effort had not gone in and awarded a goal kick.

To rub salt into the wounds, City went on to win the match through Nicky Maynard in the 89th minute.

Coventry moved to the top of the fledgling table after a 2-0 win at Barnsley maintained their 100% league record.

Leon Best smashed in a 25-yard free-kick to set Chris Coleman's side on their way after just six minutes.

Barnsley's job was made harder by the dismissal of defender Rob Kozluk on the hour following two quick bookings.

Clinton Morrison (81) wrapped things up late on for the Sky Blues, who had crashed out of the Carling Cup to Hartlepool in midweek.

Cardiff are second on goal difference after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Blackpool.

Michael Chopra (12) put the Bluebirds ahead, but Ian Evatt netted an equaliser on the stroke of half-time.

Middlesbrough, relegated from the Barclays Premier League, are third after they recorded a first win by beating Swansea 3-0 away.

Adam Johnson (32), Marvin Emnes (52) and Tuncay (82) were on target for Gareth Southgate's men.

Sheffield United, who drew 0-0 with Boro in their opening match, beat Watford 2-0 at Bramall Lane to move into the top six.

Jamie Ward (12) put the Blades ahead, with Wales striker Ched Evans, signed from Manchester City for £3million, wrapping things up in the second half.

West Brom secured a 1-0 win at Nottingham Forest with an own-goal from Chris Cohen after 53 minutes.

Wales striker Robert Earnshaw missed a penalty for the home side.

Roy Keane's Ipswich had been tipped to challenge for promotion, but, after last week's defeat by Coventry, they were held to a frustrating goalless draw at home by Leicester

Martyn Woolford (82) hit a late winner for Scunthorpe, promoted via the play-offs, as they beat Derby 3-2 at Glanford Park.

Gary Hooper (17 & 44) had put the hosts in front twice during the first half either side of a goal from Paul Green (20).

Kris Commons levelled things up from the penalty spot on the hour, only for the Irons to have the final say.

Adam Lockwood struck 10 minutes from time to give Doncaster a share of the points at home to Preston, who went ahead through Chris Brown (28).

Peterborough and Sheffield Wednesday drew 1-1, while an own goal from Kaspars Gorkss in stoppage time saw Plymouth snatch a point at home against QPR in another 1-1 draw.

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Saturday 15th August
The Coca-Cola Football League Championship
Peterborough 1 - 1 Sheff Wed
Sheff Utd 2 - 0 Watford
Swansea 0 - 3 Middlesbrough
Ipswich 0 - 0 Leicester
Blackpool 1 - 1 Cardiff
Plymouth 1 - 1 QPR
Scunthorpe 3 - 2 Derby
Barnsley 0 - 2 Coventry
Nottm Forest 0 - 1 West Brom
Newcastle 3 - 0 Reading
Bristol City 1 - 0 Crystal Palace
Doncaster 1 - 1 Preston

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Coca-Cola Championship Table - August 15 2009
Pos Team P Pts
1 Coventry City 2 6
2 Cardiff City 2 4
3 Newcastle United 2 4
4 Middlesbrough 2 4
5 Sheffield United 2 4
6 Bristol City 2 4
7 Leicester City 2 4
8 West Bromwich Albion 2 4
9 Derby County 2 3
10 Scunthorpe United 2 3
11 Preston North End 2 2
12 Sheffield Wednesday 2 2
13 Blackpool 2 2
14 Doncaster Rovers 2 2
15 Plymouth Argyle 2 2
16 Queens Park Rangers 2 2
17 Peterborough United 2 1
18 Crystal Palace 2 1
19 Ipswich Town 2 1
20 Nottingham Forest 2 1
21 Barnsley 2 1
22 Watford 2 1
23 Reading 2 1
24 Swansea City 2 0


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Coventry maintained their 100 per cent start to the season on Saturday with victory at Barnsley.

An early strike from Leon Best and a late effort from Clinton Morrison saw the Sky Blues claim maximum points at Oakwell and send them to the top of the Championship table.

Cardiff had led the way after their opening day heroics, but they were held 1-1 at Blackpool second time out.

Michael Chopra was on target once again for the Bluebirds, but it was not enough.

Shola Ameobi was the hero for Newcastle as he bagged a hat-trick in a 3-0 win over Reading.

Sheffield United enjoyed a comfortable afternoon's work at Bramall Lane as they eased to a 2-0 victory over Watford.

Middlesbrough secured their first maximum points haul of the season as they proved too strong for Swansea at the Liberty Stadium, claiming a 3-0 success.

Nottingham Forest endured a frustrating afternoon against West Brom, with a Chris Cohen own goal seeing them slip to a narrow defeat.

Heidar Helguson was back among the goals for Queens Park Rangers but his strike was not enough to edge Jim Magilton's men past Plymouth as the Pilgrims grabbed an injury-time equaliser.

Scunthorpe and Derby played out a five-goal thriller at Glanford Park, with the hosts prevailing 3-2.

Preston North End looked to have edged out Doncaster for long periods of their contest, but Rovers snatched a late leveller to earn a share of the spoils.

Peterborough had Craig Mackail-Smith to thank for earning them a point in a 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.

Elsewhere, Bristol City broke Crystal Palace hearts with a late winner and Ipswich and Leicester played out a goalless stalemate.


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Referees' chief Keith Hackett has made a public apology to Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock after Freddie Sears saw a clear goal not given.

The on-loan West Ham striker thought he had put Palace in the lead when he volleyed into the net in the 34th minute against Bristol City on Saturday, but the ball bounced back out and referee Rob Shoebridge did not give the goal.

The Robins went on to win the game 1-0 and Hackett has now issued an apology for the incident.

Shoebridge and the other match officials involved in the game have also been removed from the appointments list until a review of the incident is conducted.

Both Warnock and chairman Simon Jordan had responded angrily after the incident, with Jordan telling Sky Sports News: "What troubles me was that the Bristol City players saw what was going on and, by saying nothing, that's cheating.

"I don't know how the referee did not see it.

"The players knew it was a goal, their manager knew it was a goal and they could have done something about it - let us go up the other end and score or something.

"There is a responsibility for doing the right thing."
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However, Bristol City chief executive Colin Sexstone rejected those claims.

"We have come to expect this from Warnock and Jordan. They are shouting and bawling without knowing the facts," he said.

"As far as I understand it, the goal was disallowed for an infringement."

Gary Johnson added on Sky Sports News: "We knew the ball had gone into the net, no doubt about that, but we got word that the referee had said there had been an infringement.

"At that point, there is nothing more we can do. I can understand Neil being disappointed, but you have to choose your words nowadays.

"Nobody's cheating of course and nobody means to make mistakes."


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