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Heads up, says skipper, as Pompey bid to put Brighton hammering behind them
Pompey captain Tom Naylor says the players must keep their heads up despite ending up well beaten at Brighton in the Carabao Cup.
AFC Bournemouth - an expert view of the opposition
Middlesbrough return to Championship action this weekend, and the tests don't get any easier.
Something about building on a promising start - Preview
Queens Park Rangers
QPR surprised plenty of people, including their own supporters, with a fine 2-0 win against fancied Nottingham Forest on day one, sending expectations swinging off in completely the opposite direction for a Friday night game with newly promoted Coventry.
Match Preview: Rochdale vs Portsmouth
Dale play their first home league fixture in over six months as they welcome promotion hopefuls Portsmouth to Spotland on Sunday afternoon.
Is Greed In A Crisis Finally Turning The Fans Away
Throughout history football has always gone through a boom or bust period, but the current Covid 19 Pandemic could trigger the worst crisis it has known, with fans becoming disillusioned with the greed in the game.
We are the champions, champions of Europe – History
Queens Park Rangers
As QPR prepare to visit Coventry City in Birmingham on Friday, we look back at connections between the two sides, past results, and Rangers’ last successfully foray into European competition with the 2005 Copa De Ibiza triumph.
Saints V Brentford The Verdict
A really bad day at the office, with just about everybody having an off day, but this is not the end of the World, Ralph Hasenhuttl just needs to get things back on track, but he needs to address some of the same old issues from the past few seasons.
Watt View - The “Scottish Berkovic” will be key to a swift turnaround
Two straight defeats is not the way we wanted to start the season, but a swift turnaround may be just around the corner when Stuart Armstrong returns from injury and Matt takes a look at his value to the team.