Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Southend United
Southend United enjoyed back to back promotions which has seen them return to the second tier for this first time since the 1996/97 campaign.Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Plymouth Argyle
Plymouth Argyle have held their own in their two seasons in the Championship following their promotion from League One in the 2003/04 season.Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Leicester City
Leicester City have struggled for the past two seasons at Championship level following their relegation from the Premiership at the end of the 2003/04 season and have appointed a fourth manager during that time.Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers finished one place above the bottom three last season but were eight points clear of their nearest rival, third from bottom Crewe Alexandra.Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Luton Town
Luton Town had an excellent first season in the Championship following their promotion from League One the year before.Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday found the step up to the Championship tough last season following their promotion from League One and finished three places above and 10 points clear of the drop zone.England under Steve McClaren – A New Beginning for England’s Football Team?
England’s new football coach, Steve McClaren, began his new role as the man at the helm of the England team last night in a friendly match against Greece. Did we see anything to make us believe that he is the one to erase those bad memories of Sven?Piscatorial Past-Times
My interest in angling began when I was a youngster my father took me to a local soccer match between two local teams that left me scarred for life and desperately seeking a worthwhile pastime. I found it in angling and over the years I have developed a keen interest in anglings rich and varied history. Along the way in my quest for more knowledge of our noble sport I have come across many oddball rumours and tales past down in folklore.Barcelona Soccer
Barcelona, as a city, enjoys and promotes sports. Today, thanks in large part to the 1992 Olympic Games, a quarter of the city’s population now regularly does some type of sport and has included physical exercise in their habitual activities. The people of Barcelona have seized the city’s public spaces, squares, parks and new beaches, and turned them into focal points for sports activities. The City Council promotes and stimulates sport at all levels – from amateur to professional, from school to retirement, from ‘fun runs’ to summer activities – by building and remodeling facilities, equipping districts and educational centers. Soccer is the favorite sport of Barcelona.Free Premiership Football Betting Tips
A collection of betting tips and advice from GG.com’s Malcolm Boyle for the 2006/07 Premiership season…A Premiership Review
An article on all of the teams in the Premiership.Ronaldinho – World’s Greatest Soccer Player
Ronaldinho is one of the world’s greatest soccer players. You probably have seen his Nike commercial where it shows him as a young boy, and also shows him at his present age.