the football league
Thirty Years and Counting: Three Decades of the Football League Play-Offs
Once viewed with suspicion and reluctance, the Football League play-offs have now become an integral part of the English game, responsible for spicing up what otherwise would have been a much duller season’s end.
We Spoke To The ‘Against League 3’ Campaign About The Failed First Season of the Checkatrade Trophy
Fearing that the Checkatrade Trophy was merely a dry run for introducing B teams to the lower leagues, the ‘Against League 3’ campaign organised a boycott. We spoke to them about the failures of the competition.
Turbulent Times at Notts County: What’s Been Going On at The Football League’s Oldest Club?
While outside observers might remember the Munto Finance debacle, few are aware of what’s been going on at Notts County since. Here, we ask fans about a tempestuous time in the club’s history.