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Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of a fan reading a book in the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of a fan reading a book in the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Coventry City fans celebrating at the final whistle Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Coventry City fans celebrating at the final whistle Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City manager Mark Robbins applauds the fans at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City manager Mark Robbins applauds the fans at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Michael Doyle and team mates celebrate at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Michael Doyle and team mates celebrate at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City manager Mark Robbins celebrates at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City manager Mark Robbins celebrates at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City players celebrate in front of the fans at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City players celebrate in front of the fans at the end of the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Tom Bayliss celebrates scoring their fourth goal with Jonson Clarke-Harris Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Tom Bayliss celebrates scoring their fourth goal with Jonson Clarke-Harris Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Tom Bayliss celebrates scoring their fourth goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Tom Bayliss celebrates scoring their fourth goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Tom Bayliss celebrates scoring their fourth goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Tom Bayliss celebrates scoring their fourth goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of the sprinkler hitting the cross bar during half time Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of the sprinkler hitting the cross bar during half time Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal with team mates Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal with team mates Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou scores their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou scores their third goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County's Adam Collin in action with Coventry City's Marc McNulty Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County's Adam Collin in action with Coventry City's Marc McNulty Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan reacts Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan reacts Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan reacts Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan reacts Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan reacts Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan reacts Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County's Jorge Grant in action with Coventry City's Tom Bayliss Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County's Jorge Grant in action with Coventry City's Tom Bayliss Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Notts County manager Kevin Nolan Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City manager Mark Robbins Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City manager Mark Robbins Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of fans walking to the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of fans walking to the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their first goal with Chris Stokes as stewards remove a smoke bomb from the pitch Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou celebrates scoring their first goal with Chris Stokes as stewards remove a smoke bomb from the pitch Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou scores their first goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 Coventry City's Maxime Biamou scores their first goal Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Coventry City fans' scarves before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Coventry City fans' scarves before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of a fan reading a book in the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of a fan reading a book in the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Notts County fans walking to the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Notts County fans walking to the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Notts County fans walking to the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of Notts County fans walking to the ground before the match Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County - Ricoh Arena, Coventry, Britain - May 12, 2018 Notts County's Shaun Brisley in action with Coventry's Jordan Shipley Action Images/Andrew Boyers EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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League Two Play Off Semi Final First Leg - Coventry City v Notts County
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Salford City, the non-league club co-owned by Manchester United's 'Class of '92', have parted ways with the joint managers who guided them to three promotions in four years. Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson celebrated promotion to the Vanarama National League for the first time in the club's history last month, but 'irreconcilable differences' over personal terms have seen them depart. The pair's uncompromising methods were detailed in a television series depicting Salford's journey following a takeover by Singaporean businessman Peter Lim and a consortium of Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt. In a statement, Gary Neville said: "The last four seasons with the managers have been the most successful in the club’s history and a huge part of that is down to Anthony and Bernard, so this announcement is regrettable. "However after a meeting this morning between myself, senior management and the managers it was clear there were differences between us that could not be resolved and it was therefore decided to part ways, and whilst this is disappointing, it is the right decision for all concerned." Neville before Salford's FA Cup tie with Notts County Credit: Reuters Salford played in Northern Premier League Division One North, the eighth tier of English football, when the 'Class of '92' arrived in 2014. Neville and Lim aimed to bring Championship to Salford within 15 years, and the club will kick off next season just one tier below the Football League. Defeating Notts County, the oldest club in the English league, to reach the FA Cup first-round in 2015-16, was been another highlight of Johnson and Morley's tenure. Former manager Johnson said: “Although we are naturally disappointed we felt the time was right. To go out on a high, after securing another promotion, makes us ready for the next challenge and although that won’t be with SCFC, we are already excited about where that challenge will be." Co-manager Morley added: "We have always given everything to SCFC and although we couldn’t come to an agreement on our future we would like to thank the club for the opportunities they have given us."
Salford City part company with promotion-winning managers due to 'irreconcilable differences'
Salford City, the non-league club co-owned by Manchester United's 'Class of '92', have parted ways with the joint managers who guided them to three promotions in four years. Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson celebrated promotion to the Vanarama National League for the first time in the club's history last month, but 'irreconcilable differences' over personal terms have seen them depart. The pair's uncompromising methods were detailed in a television series depicting Salford's journey following a takeover by Singaporean businessman Peter Lim and a consortium of Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt. In a statement, Gary Neville said: "The last four seasons with the managers have been the most successful in the club’s history and a huge part of that is down to Anthony and Bernard, so this announcement is regrettable. "However after a meeting this morning between myself, senior management and the managers it was clear there were differences between us that could not be resolved and it was therefore decided to part ways, and whilst this is disappointing, it is the right decision for all concerned." Neville before Salford's FA Cup tie with Notts County Credit: Reuters Salford played in Northern Premier League Division One North, the eighth tier of English football, when the 'Class of '92' arrived in 2014. Neville and Lim aimed to bring Championship to Salford within 15 years, and the club will kick off next season just one tier below the Football League. Defeating Notts County, the oldest club in the English league, to reach the FA Cup first-round in 2015-16, was been another highlight of Johnson and Morley's tenure. Former manager Johnson said: “Although we are naturally disappointed we felt the time was right. To go out on a high, after securing another promotion, makes us ready for the next challenge and although that won’t be with SCFC, we are already excited about where that challenge will be." Co-manager Morley added: "We have always given everything to SCFC and although we couldn’t come to an agreement on our future we would like to thank the club for the opportunities they have given us."
Salford City, the non-league club co-owned by Manchester United's 'Class of '92', have parted ways with the joint managers who guided them to three promotions in four years. Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson celebrated promotion to the Vanarama National League for the first time in the club's history last month, but 'irreconcilable differences' over personal terms have seen them depart. The pair's uncompromising methods were detailed in a television series depicting Salford's journey following a takeover by Singaporean businessman Peter Lim and a consortium of Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt. In a statement, Gary Neville said: "The last four seasons with the managers have been the most successful in the club’s history and a huge part of that is down to Anthony and Bernard, so this announcement is regrettable. "However after a meeting this morning between myself, senior management and the managers it was clear there were differences between us that could not be resolved and it was therefore decided to part ways, and whilst this is disappointing, it is the right decision for all concerned." Neville before Salford's FA Cup tie with Notts County Credit: Reuters Salford played in Northern Premier League Division One North, the eighth tier of English football, when the 'Class of '92' arrived in 2014. Neville and Lim aimed to bring Championship to Salford within 15 years, and the club will kick off next season just one tier below the Football League. Defeating Notts County, the oldest club in the English league, to reach the FA Cup first-round in 2015-16, was been another highlight of Johnson and Morley's tenure. Former manager Johnson said: “Although we are naturally disappointed we felt the time was right. To go out on a high, after securing another promotion, makes us ready for the next challenge and although that won’t be with SCFC, we are already excited about where that challenge will be." Co-manager Morley added: "We have always given everything to SCFC and although we couldn’t come to an agreement on our future we would like to thank the club for the opportunities they have given us."
Salford City part company with promotion-winning managers due to 'irreconcilable differences'
Salford City, the non-league club co-owned by Manchester United's 'Class of '92', have parted ways with the joint managers who guided them to three promotions in four years. Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson celebrated promotion to the Vanarama National League for the first time in the club's history last month, but 'irreconcilable differences' over personal terms have seen them depart. The pair's uncompromising methods were detailed in a television series depicting Salford's journey following a takeover by Singaporean businessman Peter Lim and a consortium of Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt. In a statement, Gary Neville said: "The last four seasons with the managers have been the most successful in the club’s history and a huge part of that is down to Anthony and Bernard, so this announcement is regrettable. "However after a meeting this morning between myself, senior management and the managers it was clear there were differences between us that could not be resolved and it was therefore decided to part ways, and whilst this is disappointing, it is the right decision for all concerned." Neville before Salford's FA Cup tie with Notts County Credit: Reuters Salford played in Northern Premier League Division One North, the eighth tier of English football, when the 'Class of '92' arrived in 2014. Neville and Lim aimed to bring Championship to Salford within 15 years, and the club will kick off next season just one tier below the Football League. Defeating Notts County, the oldest club in the English league, to reach the FA Cup first-round in 2015-16, was been another highlight of Johnson and Morley's tenure. Former manager Johnson said: “Although we are naturally disappointed we felt the time was right. To go out on a high, after securing another promotion, makes us ready for the next challenge and although that won’t be with SCFC, we are already excited about where that challenge will be." Co-manager Morley added: "We have always given everything to SCFC and although we couldn’t come to an agreement on our future we would like to thank the club for the opportunities they have given us."
Neil Warnock has been through too much and suffered too many final-day heartaches to count any chickens before they are on the open-top bus. But the veteran manager believes that should Cardiff City advance to the Premier League either tomorrow or through the play-offs, it would be a different and more rewarding experience – both for him and the club. It has been well trailed that Warnock would set a Football League record with an eighth promotion if they hang on to their one-point advantage over Fulham in tomorrow lunchtime’s Championship conclusion and while that, naturally, would be an incredibly proud moment for the 69-year-old, the theory is that there would be a sense of foreboding in his celebrations. After all, Warnock said only last year, “I don’t like the Premier League” and his record highlights that, for him, the achievement has always resulted in huge let-down. Three times he has taken sides up and three times that season has ended with him being jobless. There was also a fourth sojourn in a Premier League hot seat – when appointed to Crystal Palace in 2015 – and he lasted all of four months on that occasion. In light of all this, it is perfectly understandable to believe that, for Warnock, the thrill of getting to the promised land is infinitely more enjoyable than the realities on arrival. “Yeah, I would have said that in the past,” Warnock agreed, as he took time out on Friday for the preparations for the home decider against Reading. Warnock has won promotion numerous times in the Football League, including with Queens Park Rangers in 2010/2011 Credit: ACTION IMAGES “But if Cardiff got to the Premier League, it would be a different ball game. If you look at my previous attempts in the top division, I don’t think I had much of a chance in any of them. At QPR, they sold the club and it meant I couldn’t sign a player from the day we went up in April, to the last week of August, and you can’t do that. And, without getting into too many details, Sheffield United was also disappointing. It was the same at Notts County. “I’m not saying we would stay up if we get there, but I just think I would want to go into the Premier League, enjoying every minute of it. Cardiff is a stable club, with good people. Mehmet [Dalman, the chairman] has been fantastic with me and we are well organised now. And, more importantly, the club is together now.” That seemed an implausible, if not impossible, scenario when Warnock arrived in the Welsh capital 18 months ago. Second from bottom in the Championship, the club who had tasted their own bitter single season in the Premier League three years before, appeared to be on a course of self-destruction. Telegraph Sport's Premier League goals of the season “Every department was looking after itself, really; all pulling in different directions,” Warnock said. “I went around them all and asked them what problems they had. I know that’s not really the manager’s business, but I made it my business because I believed unless we brought it all together we had no chance. I talked to Mehmet and Vincent [Tan, the owner] and they were quite happy with me doing it.” Internally, the bonding operation began, but, externally, the glue would take rather longer to stick. Granted, Tan had relented and reverted to blue after his hated red rebrand but, as Vince Alm, the supporters’ club spokesman, recalls, the place reeked of despondency. The Bluebirds rollercoaster | Cardiff City's highs and lows “There was a huge disconnect between club and fans,” Alm said. “The goodwill of the rebrand being scrapped had all but disappeared. We weren’t happy with the previous management appointments [Russell Slade and Paul Trollope], the football wasn’t great and the results were obviously terrible. “There was a real concern we were on the slide down the divisions. We were selling all our best players and there hadn’t been much investment, if any, in the playing staff or around the club. It had dried up and it looked as if the ownership was selling the assets and was ready to run.” Warnock’s appointment transformed the mood. “There was an immediate surge,” Alm said. “We realised Neil didn’t come cheaply and that showed the owner and board were still serious. From that point forward it got better and better. Cardiff City are on the verge of a return to the top flight Credit: pa “Yeah, Warnock has had to do it under financial restraints, but he appears happy with that. Certainly the fans are. There are supporters who will never forgive Tan, but I think the majority see it as he made a bad mistake that he has tried to rectify. “It’s funny, but whether we do it or not, this season has felt more joyful to the promotion under Malky [Mackay in 2012-13], despite the fact that was our first time in 50-odd years. “When we scored under Malky, it was a reserved joy, a static jubilation. Now, when we score it is so much more passionate. That’s because we are playing in blue, sure, but also because of what Neil has done. It all feels right now.”
Neil Warnock vows Premier League life with Cardiff City would be a 'different ball game' to past promotions
Neil Warnock has been through too much and suffered too many final-day heartaches to count any chickens before they are on the open-top bus. But the veteran manager believes that should Cardiff City advance to the Premier League either tomorrow or through the play-offs, it would be a different and more rewarding experience – both for him and the club. It has been well trailed that Warnock would set a Football League record with an eighth promotion if they hang on to their one-point advantage over Fulham in tomorrow lunchtime’s Championship conclusion and while that, naturally, would be an incredibly proud moment for the 69-year-old, the theory is that there would be a sense of foreboding in his celebrations. After all, Warnock said only last year, “I don’t like the Premier League” and his record highlights that, for him, the achievement has always resulted in huge let-down. Three times he has taken sides up and three times that season has ended with him being jobless. There was also a fourth sojourn in a Premier League hot seat – when appointed to Crystal Palace in 2015 – and he lasted all of four months on that occasion. In light of all this, it is perfectly understandable to believe that, for Warnock, the thrill of getting to the promised land is infinitely more enjoyable than the realities on arrival. “Yeah, I would have said that in the past,” Warnock agreed, as he took time out on Friday for the preparations for the home decider against Reading. Warnock has won promotion numerous times in the Football League, including with Queens Park Rangers in 2010/2011 Credit: ACTION IMAGES “But if Cardiff got to the Premier League, it would be a different ball game. If you look at my previous attempts in the top division, I don’t think I had much of a chance in any of them. At QPR, they sold the club and it meant I couldn’t sign a player from the day we went up in April, to the last week of August, and you can’t do that. And, without getting into too many details, Sheffield United was also disappointing. It was the same at Notts County. “I’m not saying we would stay up if we get there, but I just think I would want to go into the Premier League, enjoying every minute of it. Cardiff is a stable club, with good people. Mehmet [Dalman, the chairman] has been fantastic with me and we are well organised now. And, more importantly, the club is together now.” That seemed an implausible, if not impossible, scenario when Warnock arrived in the Welsh capital 18 months ago. Second from bottom in the Championship, the club who had tasted their own bitter single season in the Premier League three years before, appeared to be on a course of self-destruction. Telegraph Sport's Premier League goals of the season “Every department was looking after itself, really; all pulling in different directions,” Warnock said. “I went around them all and asked them what problems they had. I know that’s not really the manager’s business, but I made it my business because I believed unless we brought it all together we had no chance. I talked to Mehmet and Vincent [Tan, the owner] and they were quite happy with me doing it.” Internally, the bonding operation began, but, externally, the glue would take rather longer to stick. Granted, Tan had relented and reverted to blue after his hated red rebrand but, as Vince Alm, the supporters’ club spokesman, recalls, the place reeked of despondency. The Bluebirds rollercoaster | Cardiff City's highs and lows “There was a huge disconnect between club and fans,” Alm said. “The goodwill of the rebrand being scrapped had all but disappeared. We weren’t happy with the previous management appointments [Russell Slade and Paul Trollope], the football wasn’t great and the results were obviously terrible. “There was a real concern we were on the slide down the divisions. We were selling all our best players and there hadn’t been much investment, if any, in the playing staff or around the club. It had dried up and it looked as if the ownership was selling the assets and was ready to run.” Warnock’s appointment transformed the mood. “There was an immediate surge,” Alm said. “We realised Neil didn’t come cheaply and that showed the owner and board were still serious. From that point forward it got better and better. Cardiff City are on the verge of a return to the top flight Credit: pa “Yeah, Warnock has had to do it under financial restraints, but he appears happy with that. Certainly the fans are. There are supporters who will never forgive Tan, but I think the majority see it as he made a bad mistake that he has tried to rectify. “It’s funny, but whether we do it or not, this season has felt more joyful to the promotion under Malky [Mackay in 2012-13], despite the fact that was our first time in 50-odd years. “When we scored under Malky, it was a reserved joy, a static jubilation. Now, when we score it is so much more passionate. That’s because we are playing in blue, sure, but also because of what Neil has done. It all feels right now.”
Neil Warnock has been through too much and suffered too many final-day heartaches to count any chickens before they are on the open-top bus. But the veteran manager believes that should Cardiff City advance to the Premier League either tomorrow or through the play-offs, it would be a different and more rewarding experience – both for him and the club. It has been well trailed that Warnock would set a Football League record with an eighth promotion if they hang on to their one-point advantage over Fulham in tomorrow lunchtime’s Championship conclusion and while that, naturally, would be an incredibly proud moment for the 69-year-old, the theory is that there would be a sense of foreboding in his celebrations. After all, Warnock said only last year, “I don’t like the Premier League” and his record highlights that, for him, the achievement has always resulted in huge let-down. Three times he has taken sides up and three times that season has ended with him being jobless. There was also a fourth sojourn in a Premier League hot seat – when appointed to Crystal Palace in 2015 – and he lasted all of four months on that occasion. In light of all this, it is perfectly understandable to believe that, for Warnock, the thrill of getting to the promised land is infinitely more enjoyable than the realities on arrival. “Yeah, I would have said that in the past,” Warnock agreed, as he took time out on Friday for the preparations for the home decider against Reading. Warnock has won promotion numerous times in the Football League, including with Queens Park Rangers in 2010/2011 Credit: ACTION IMAGES “But if Cardiff got to the Premier League, it would be a different ball game. If you look at my previous attempts in the top division, I don’t think I had much of a chance in any of them. At QPR, they sold the club and it meant I couldn’t sign a player from the day we went up in April, to the last week of August, and you can’t do that. And, without getting into too many details, Sheffield United was also disappointing. It was the same at Notts County. “I’m not saying we would stay up if we get there, but I just think I would want to go into the Premier League, enjoying every minute of it. Cardiff is a stable club, with good people. Mehmet [Dalman, the chairman] has been fantastic with me and we are well organised now. And, more importantly, the club is together now.” That seemed an implausible, if not impossible, scenario when Warnock arrived in the Welsh capital 18 months ago. Second from bottom in the Championship, the club who had tasted their own bitter single season in the Premier League three years before, appeared to be on a course of self-destruction. Telegraph Sport's Premier League goals of the season “Every department was looking after itself, really; all pulling in different directions,” Warnock said. “I went around them all and asked them what problems they had. I know that’s not really the manager’s business, but I made it my business because I believed unless we brought it all together we had no chance. I talked to Mehmet and Vincent [Tan, the owner] and they were quite happy with me doing it.” Internally, the bonding operation began, but, externally, the glue would take rather longer to stick. Granted, Tan had relented and reverted to blue after his hated red rebrand but, as Vince Alm, the supporters’ club spokesman, recalls, the place reeked of despondency. The Bluebirds rollercoaster | Cardiff City's highs and lows “There was a huge disconnect between club and fans,” Alm said. “The goodwill of the rebrand being scrapped had all but disappeared. We weren’t happy with the previous management appointments [Russell Slade and Paul Trollope], the football wasn’t great and the results were obviously terrible. “There was a real concern we were on the slide down the divisions. We were selling all our best players and there hadn’t been much investment, if any, in the playing staff or around the club. It had dried up and it looked as if the ownership was selling the assets and was ready to run.” Warnock’s appointment transformed the mood. “There was an immediate surge,” Alm said. “We realised Neil didn’t come cheaply and that showed the owner and board were still serious. From that point forward it got better and better. Cardiff City are on the verge of a return to the top flight Credit: pa “Yeah, Warnock has had to do it under financial restraints, but he appears happy with that. Certainly the fans are. There are supporters who will never forgive Tan, but I think the majority see it as he made a bad mistake that he has tried to rectify. “It’s funny, but whether we do it or not, this season has felt more joyful to the promotion under Malky [Mackay in 2012-13], despite the fact that was our first time in 50-odd years. “When we scored under Malky, it was a reserved joy, a static jubilation. Now, when we score it is so much more passionate. That’s because we are playing in blue, sure, but also because of what Neil has done. It all feels right now.”
Neil Warnock vows Premier League life with Cardiff City would be a 'different ball game' to past promotions
Neil Warnock has been through too much and suffered too many final-day heartaches to count any chickens before they are on the open-top bus. But the veteran manager believes that should Cardiff City advance to the Premier League either tomorrow or through the play-offs, it would be a different and more rewarding experience – both for him and the club. It has been well trailed that Warnock would set a Football League record with an eighth promotion if they hang on to their one-point advantage over Fulham in tomorrow lunchtime’s Championship conclusion and while that, naturally, would be an incredibly proud moment for the 69-year-old, the theory is that there would be a sense of foreboding in his celebrations. After all, Warnock said only last year, “I don’t like the Premier League” and his record highlights that, for him, the achievement has always resulted in huge let-down. Three times he has taken sides up and three times that season has ended with him being jobless. There was also a fourth sojourn in a Premier League hot seat – when appointed to Crystal Palace in 2015 – and he lasted all of four months on that occasion. In light of all this, it is perfectly understandable to believe that, for Warnock, the thrill of getting to the promised land is infinitely more enjoyable than the realities on arrival. “Yeah, I would have said that in the past,” Warnock agreed, as he took time out on Friday for the preparations for the home decider against Reading. Warnock has won promotion numerous times in the Football League, including with Queens Park Rangers in 2010/2011 Credit: ACTION IMAGES “But if Cardiff got to the Premier League, it would be a different ball game. If you look at my previous attempts in the top division, I don’t think I had much of a chance in any of them. At QPR, they sold the club and it meant I couldn’t sign a player from the day we went up in April, to the last week of August, and you can’t do that. And, without getting into too many details, Sheffield United was also disappointing. It was the same at Notts County. “I’m not saying we would stay up if we get there, but I just think I would want to go into the Premier League, enjoying every minute of it. Cardiff is a stable club, with good people. Mehmet [Dalman, the chairman] has been fantastic with me and we are well organised now. And, more importantly, the club is together now.” That seemed an implausible, if not impossible, scenario when Warnock arrived in the Welsh capital 18 months ago. Second from bottom in the Championship, the club who had tasted their own bitter single season in the Premier League three years before, appeared to be on a course of self-destruction. Telegraph Sport's Premier League goals of the season “Every department was looking after itself, really; all pulling in different directions,” Warnock said. “I went around them all and asked them what problems they had. I know that’s not really the manager’s business, but I made it my business because I believed unless we brought it all together we had no chance. I talked to Mehmet and Vincent [Tan, the owner] and they were quite happy with me doing it.” Internally, the bonding operation began, but, externally, the glue would take rather longer to stick. Granted, Tan had relented and reverted to blue after his hated red rebrand but, as Vince Alm, the supporters’ club spokesman, recalls, the place reeked of despondency. The Bluebirds rollercoaster | Cardiff City's highs and lows “There was a huge disconnect between club and fans,” Alm said. “The goodwill of the rebrand being scrapped had all but disappeared. We weren’t happy with the previous management appointments [Russell Slade and Paul Trollope], the football wasn’t great and the results were obviously terrible. “There was a real concern we were on the slide down the divisions. We were selling all our best players and there hadn’t been much investment, if any, in the playing staff or around the club. It had dried up and it looked as if the ownership was selling the assets and was ready to run.” Warnock’s appointment transformed the mood. “There was an immediate surge,” Alm said. “We realised Neil didn’t come cheaply and that showed the owner and board were still serious. From that point forward it got better and better. Cardiff City are on the verge of a return to the top flight Credit: pa “Yeah, Warnock has had to do it under financial restraints, but he appears happy with that. Certainly the fans are. There are supporters who will never forgive Tan, but I think the majority see it as he made a bad mistake that he has tried to rectify. “It’s funny, but whether we do it or not, this season has felt more joyful to the promotion under Malky [Mackay in 2012-13], despite the fact that was our first time in 50-odd years. “When we scored under Malky, it was a reserved joy, a static jubilation. Now, when we score it is so much more passionate. That’s because we are playing in blue, sure, but also because of what Neil has done. It all feels right now.”
Neil Warnock has been through too much and suffered too many final-day heartaches to count any chickens before they are on the open-top bus. But the veteran manager believes that should Cardiff City advance to the Premier League either tomorrow or through the play-offs, it would be a different and more rewarding experience – both for him and the club. It has been well trailed that Warnock would set a Football League record with an eighth promotion if they hang on to their one-point advantage over Fulham in tomorrow lunchtime’s Championship conclusion and while that, naturally, would be an incredibly proud moment for the 69-year-old, the theory is that there would be a sense of foreboding in his celebrations. After all, Warnock said only last year, “I don’t like the Premier League” and his record highlights that, for him, the achievement has always resulted in huge let-down. Three times he has taken sides up and three times that season has ended with him being jobless. There was also a fourth sojourn in a Premier League hot seat – when appointed to Crystal Palace in 2015 – and he lasted all of four months on that occasion. In light of all this, it is perfectly understandable to believe that, for Warnock, the thrill of getting to the promised land is infinitely more enjoyable than the realities on arrival. “Yeah, I would have said that in the past,” Warnock agreed, as he took time out on Friday for the preparations for the home decider against Reading. Warnock has won promotion numerous times in the Football League, including with Queens Park Rangers in 2010/2011 Credit: ACTION IMAGES “But if Cardiff got to the Premier League, it would be a different ball game. If you look at my previous attempts in the top division, I don’t think I had much of a chance in any of them. At QPR, they sold the club and it meant I couldn’t sign a player from the day we went up in April, to the last week of August, and you can’t do that. And, without getting into too many details, Sheffield United was also disappointing. It was the same at Notts County. “I’m not saying we would stay up if we get there, but I just think I would want to go into the Premier League, enjoying every minute of it. Cardiff is a stable club, with good people. Mehmet [Dalman, the chairman] has been fantastic with me and we are well organised now. And, more importantly, the club is together now.” That seemed an implausible, if not impossible, scenario when Warnock arrived in the Welsh capital 18 months ago. Second from bottom in the Championship, the club who had tasted their own bitter single season in the Premier League three years before, appeared to be on a course of self-destruction. Telegraph Sport's Premier League goals of the season “Every department was looking after itself, really; all pulling in different directions,” Warnock said. “I went around them all and asked them what problems they had. I know that’s not really the manager’s business, but I made it my business because I believed unless we brought it all together we had no chance. I talked to Mehmet and Vincent [Tan, the owner] and they were quite happy with me doing it.” Internally, the bonding operation began, but, externally, the glue would take rather longer to stick. Granted, Tan had relented and reverted to blue after his hated red rebrand but, as Vince Alm, the supporters’ club spokesman, recalls, the place reeked of despondency. The Bluebirds rollercoaster | Cardiff City's highs and lows “There was a huge disconnect between club and fans,” Alm said. “The goodwill of the rebrand being scrapped had all but disappeared. We weren’t happy with the previous management appointments [Russell Slade and Paul Trollope], the football wasn’t great and the results were obviously terrible. “There was a real concern we were on the slide down the divisions. We were selling all our best players and there hadn’t been much investment, if any, in the playing staff or around the club. It had dried up and it looked as if the ownership was selling the assets and was ready to run.” Warnock’s appointment transformed the mood. “There was an immediate surge,” Alm said. “We realised Neil didn’t come cheaply and that showed the owner and board were still serious. From that point forward it got better and better. Cardiff City are on the verge of a return to the top flight Credit: pa “Yeah, Warnock has had to do it under financial restraints, but he appears happy with that. Certainly the fans are. There are supporters who will never forgive Tan, but I think the majority see it as he made a bad mistake that he has tried to rectify. “It’s funny, but whether we do it or not, this season has felt more joyful to the promotion under Malky [Mackay in 2012-13], despite the fact that was our first time in 50-odd years. “When we scored under Malky, it was a reserved joy, a static jubilation. Now, when we score it is so much more passionate. That’s because we are playing in blue, sure, but also because of what Neil has done. It all feels right now.”
Neil Warnock vows Premier League life with Cardiff City would be a 'different ball game' to past promotions
Neil Warnock has been through too much and suffered too many final-day heartaches to count any chickens before they are on the open-top bus. But the veteran manager believes that should Cardiff City advance to the Premier League either tomorrow or through the play-offs, it would be a different and more rewarding experience – both for him and the club. It has been well trailed that Warnock would set a Football League record with an eighth promotion if they hang on to their one-point advantage over Fulham in tomorrow lunchtime’s Championship conclusion and while that, naturally, would be an incredibly proud moment for the 69-year-old, the theory is that there would be a sense of foreboding in his celebrations. After all, Warnock said only last year, “I don’t like the Premier League” and his record highlights that, for him, the achievement has always resulted in huge let-down. Three times he has taken sides up and three times that season has ended with him being jobless. There was also a fourth sojourn in a Premier League hot seat – when appointed to Crystal Palace in 2015 – and he lasted all of four months on that occasion. In light of all this, it is perfectly understandable to believe that, for Warnock, the thrill of getting to the promised land is infinitely more enjoyable than the realities on arrival. “Yeah, I would have said that in the past,” Warnock agreed, as he took time out on Friday for the preparations for the home decider against Reading. Warnock has won promotion numerous times in the Football League, including with Queens Park Rangers in 2010/2011 Credit: ACTION IMAGES “But if Cardiff got to the Premier League, it would be a different ball game. If you look at my previous attempts in the top division, I don’t think I had much of a chance in any of them. At QPR, they sold the club and it meant I couldn’t sign a player from the day we went up in April, to the last week of August, and you can’t do that. And, without getting into too many details, Sheffield United was also disappointing. It was the same at Notts County. “I’m not saying we would stay up if we get there, but I just think I would want to go into the Premier League, enjoying every minute of it. Cardiff is a stable club, with good people. Mehmet [Dalman, the chairman] has been fantastic with me and we are well organised now. And, more importantly, the club is together now.” That seemed an implausible, if not impossible, scenario when Warnock arrived in the Welsh capital 18 months ago. Second from bottom in the Championship, the club who had tasted their own bitter single season in the Premier League three years before, appeared to be on a course of self-destruction. Telegraph Sport's Premier League goals of the season “Every department was looking after itself, really; all pulling in different directions,” Warnock said. “I went around them all and asked them what problems they had. I know that’s not really the manager’s business, but I made it my business because I believed unless we brought it all together we had no chance. I talked to Mehmet and Vincent [Tan, the owner] and they were quite happy with me doing it.” Internally, the bonding operation began, but, externally, the glue would take rather longer to stick. Granted, Tan had relented and reverted to blue after his hated red rebrand but, as Vince Alm, the supporters’ club spokesman, recalls, the place reeked of despondency. The Bluebirds rollercoaster | Cardiff City's highs and lows “There was a huge disconnect between club and fans,” Alm said. “The goodwill of the rebrand being scrapped had all but disappeared. We weren’t happy with the previous management appointments [Russell Slade and Paul Trollope], the football wasn’t great and the results were obviously terrible. “There was a real concern we were on the slide down the divisions. We were selling all our best players and there hadn’t been much investment, if any, in the playing staff or around the club. It had dried up and it looked as if the ownership was selling the assets and was ready to run.” Warnock’s appointment transformed the mood. “There was an immediate surge,” Alm said. “We realised Neil didn’t come cheaply and that showed the owner and board were still serious. From that point forward it got better and better. Cardiff City are on the verge of a return to the top flight Credit: pa “Yeah, Warnock has had to do it under financial restraints, but he appears happy with that. Certainly the fans are. There are supporters who will never forgive Tan, but I think the majority see it as he made a bad mistake that he has tried to rectify. “It’s funny, but whether we do it or not, this season has felt more joyful to the promotion under Malky [Mackay in 2012-13], despite the fact that was our first time in 50-odd years. “When we scored under Malky, it was a reserved joy, a static jubilation. Now, when we score it is so much more passionate. That’s because we are playing in blue, sure, but also because of what Neil has done. It all feels right now.”
We're into the final straight of the season across England's top four tiers, but there is still a lot to play for. The Premier League title is wrapped up, but at the bottom of the table and lower down the footballing pyramid, there is plenty still at stake. Here, we round-up who can still finish where in the Premier League and Football League. Premier League Every team has two or three games remaining, and after last weekend, the relegation battle is looking back ON. Manchester City are champions, while Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham should all wrap up a top four position, barring a significant late collapse coupled with a run of Chelsea wins. Arsenal are likely to beat Burnley to sixth place, with the losers of that race to go into the Europa League at the second qualifying stage - which starts on July 26. Everyone from Crystal Palace in 11th and below can still be relegated, but it would take something dramatic for any of the teams above West Ham in 15th to be pulled back in to the dogfight. Southampton, Stoke and West Brom are in real trouble but recent form suggests this race isn't over yet. Premier League | Who can still get what? Championship Wolves are Championship champions, while Cardiff are in pole position to secure the second automatic play-off spot, one point ahead of Fulham with one game to play. The team who loses that race will go into the play-offs with Aston Villa. They will be joined by two more of Middlesbrough, Derby, Preston and Millwall, but Millwall need a unlikely nine-goal swing to sneak into the play-offs. At the other end of the table, Sunderland's relegation to League One has been confirmed. Burton and Bolton currently make up the bottom three. Every side up to Reading can still technically go down, which sets up an exciting final day of the season. Championship | What can still happen? League One Wigan and Blackburn have sealed the two automatic promotion spots, meaning Shrewsbury have had to settle for a place in the play-offs. They will be joined by Rotherham and Scunthorpe, plus one more team from Charlton or Plymouth, though the former have three-point and six-goal advantage. At the bottom, Bury and MK Dons are down. Northampton need a miracle to survive. They will be joined by one more of Oldham and Rochdale. League One | What can still happen? League Two Accrington Stanley, Luton and Wycombe and wrapped up the three promotion spots. Exeter and Notts County will be in the play-offs, joined by two of Coventry, Lincoln and Mansfield. Chesterfield have been relegated from the Football League, and it is looking perilously likely for Barnet, too, though Morecambe are still not quite safe. League Two | What can still happen?
Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs: who can still finish where?
We're into the final straight of the season across England's top four tiers, but there is still a lot to play for. The Premier League title is wrapped up, but at the bottom of the table and lower down the footballing pyramid, there is plenty still at stake. Here, we round-up who can still finish where in the Premier League and Football League. Premier League Every team has two or three games remaining, and after last weekend, the relegation battle is looking back ON. Manchester City are champions, while Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham should all wrap up a top four position, barring a significant late collapse coupled with a run of Chelsea wins. Arsenal are likely to beat Burnley to sixth place, with the losers of that race to go into the Europa League at the second qualifying stage - which starts on July 26. Everyone from Crystal Palace in 11th and below can still be relegated, but it would take something dramatic for any of the teams above West Ham in 15th to be pulled back in to the dogfight. Southampton, Stoke and West Brom are in real trouble but recent form suggests this race isn't over yet. Premier League | Who can still get what? Championship Wolves are Championship champions, while Cardiff are in pole position to secure the second automatic play-off spot, one point ahead of Fulham with one game to play. The team who loses that race will go into the play-offs with Aston Villa. They will be joined by two more of Middlesbrough, Derby, Preston and Millwall, but Millwall need a unlikely nine-goal swing to sneak into the play-offs. At the other end of the table, Sunderland's relegation to League One has been confirmed. Burton and Bolton currently make up the bottom three. Every side up to Reading can still technically go down, which sets up an exciting final day of the season. Championship | What can still happen? League One Wigan and Blackburn have sealed the two automatic promotion spots, meaning Shrewsbury have had to settle for a place in the play-offs. They will be joined by Rotherham and Scunthorpe, plus one more team from Charlton or Plymouth, though the former have three-point and six-goal advantage. At the bottom, Bury and MK Dons are down. Northampton need a miracle to survive. They will be joined by one more of Oldham and Rochdale. League One | What can still happen? League Two Accrington Stanley, Luton and Wycombe and wrapped up the three promotion spots. Exeter and Notts County will be in the play-offs, joined by two of Coventry, Lincoln and Mansfield. Chesterfield have been relegated from the Football League, and it is looking perilously likely for Barnet, too, though Morecambe are still not quite safe. League Two | What can still happen?
Neil Warnock stands on the verge of a record eighth career promotion after Cardiff put themselves in pole position to accompany Wolverhampton Wanderers automatically into the Premier League thanks to a nerveless display which leaves them, tantalisingly, just a single victory away from a return to the top flight. Sean Morrison proved to be the unlikely goal hero, the Cardiff skipper finding the net in each half to ensure Warnock's side go into to the final day of the season as favourites to avoid recourse to the play-offs after reclaiming second place. Victory at home to struggling Reading next Sunday will confirm their place back in the top flight after a four-year absence. Anything less leaves the way open for Fulham, who trail them by a single point and who travel to Birmingham City on the back of a 23-game unbeaten run stretching back to before Christmas. "It's in our own hands now and we can't ask for any more than that," said an elated Warnock. "It wasn't pretty at times, but at this stage of the season it's all about the result. Everyone has kept expecting us to fall away, and we've had setbacks along the way, but this set of lads don't know when they're beaten. We're like a rash, we just won't go away. "Next Sunday will be massive for everyone. I don't think it's sunk in yet what will be at stake, but both us and Fulham have got hard games because Birmingham and Reading each need a point to be safe so they'll be scrapping for their lives." Fulham were a distant 18 points behind the Welshmen at the outset of their impressive sequence of results, which saw them momentarily climb into the top two on Friday night following a 2-1 victory over already-relegated Sunderland. Despite a recent stutter, Cardiff have maintained a consistent run of their own since the turn of the year, and replaced their promotion rivals as the best of the rest behind Nuno Espirito Santo's Champions thanks to another typically robust, character-filled display against a Hull side with little to play for after averting the threat of dropping two divisions in as many seasons earlier in the month. Warnock took charge 18 months ago with Cardiff second bottom in the Championship, but such has been their transformation under the 69-year-old, they sit on the verge of a promotion he concedes will top any of the previous seven he has achieved - twice with Notts County and once each with Scarborough, Huddersfield, Plymouth, Sheffield United and QPR. As they have done all season, Cardiff displayed commendable resolve to see out a victory which finally extinguished Aston Villa's lingering hopes of avoiding the play-offs in order to seal a Premier League return, although they had shown little in terms of attacking threat before Morrison put them in front. The centre-back's deadlock-breaking goal owed more to desire as any great skill as he appeared to simply want the ball more than any of his would-be markers when rising highest among a melee of players to head home an inviting Joe Ralls corner in the 32nd minute. In a contest of few clear-cut chances, they almost doubled the advantage in the eight minutes of stoppage time at the end of a first period that saw both sides forced into early changes as Hull defender Angus MacDonald, with a dislocated shoulder, and Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson, with a knee injury, departed. Gunnarsson's exit casts doubt on the Iceland international's participation in the World Cup this summer. Aron Gunnarsson picks up an injury which could rule him out of the World Cup Credit: PA "It was innocuous with Aron," Warnock added. "We knew it was bad because he doesn't usually go down." The lively Junio Hoilett was the beneficiary of a fine run and cross from Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, and although the forward struck his angled drive well, Allan McGregor produced a reaction save to maintain the deficit at a single goal. Fraizer Campbell, who was part of the Cardiff squad to last clinch promotion to the top flight in 2013, should have done better with an early chance, but was denied by a meaty block from Sol Bamba, who atoned for an initial mistake which presented the Hull forward with a clear shot on goal from a dozen yards. Other than half-hearted penalty appeals when Liverpool loan midfielder Harry Wilson went down under challenge from Joe Bennett, Hull lacked a cutting edge, and were increasingly pushed onto the back foot. McGregor saved well at his near post immediately after the break to deny Mendez-Laing's follow-up from a narrow angle, after initially blocking a header from Callum Paterson, as Cardiff pressed for a nerve-soothing second. "Allan made some great saves," added Warnock." I asked him why he didn't do more like that when he played for us." Sean Morrison scores Cardiff's first goal Credit: PA Hull belatedly pressed for an equaliser, but were unable to find a way past a well-drilled and utterly-resilient back line where Bamba and Morison again led by example. Kamil Grosicki saw a late effort blocked by Lee Peltier as, not for the first time, a player clad in blue selflessly threw his body on the line in aid of the greater cause. Victory was sealed 10 minutes from time, the ubiquitous Morrison somewhat implausibly finding himself unmarked in the area at the culmination of a swift Mendez-Laing-inspired counter-attack to find the corner with his seventh goal of the season as Hull's protestations for offside were ignored, to leave Cardiff on the cusp of promotion, and Warnock contemplating his own small place in EFL history. As the heavens opened and the KCOM Stadium swiftly emptied, Hull's post-match lap of appreciation proved a rather sombre, if not a little damp, affair, given that apart from the occasional high, this has largely been a campaign to forget. "It's just a real disappointment," manager Nigel Adkins conceded, his side a modest seven points above the relegation zone ahead of their final game, at Brentford. "We didn't pass the ball well enough and didn't do ourselves justice. It's well done to Cardiff, they've put themselves in the box seat to make it into the Premier League and that would be a fantastic achievement for Neil and his players."
Neil Warnock on verge of record eighth career promotion as Cardiff move into pole position to join Premier League
Neil Warnock stands on the verge of a record eighth career promotion after Cardiff put themselves in pole position to accompany Wolverhampton Wanderers automatically into the Premier League thanks to a nerveless display which leaves them, tantalisingly, just a single victory away from a return to the top flight. Sean Morrison proved to be the unlikely goal hero, the Cardiff skipper finding the net in each half to ensure Warnock's side go into to the final day of the season as favourites to avoid recourse to the play-offs after reclaiming second place. Victory at home to struggling Reading next Sunday will confirm their place back in the top flight after a four-year absence. Anything less leaves the way open for Fulham, who trail them by a single point and who travel to Birmingham City on the back of a 23-game unbeaten run stretching back to before Christmas. "It's in our own hands now and we can't ask for any more than that," said an elated Warnock. "It wasn't pretty at times, but at this stage of the season it's all about the result. Everyone has kept expecting us to fall away, and we've had setbacks along the way, but this set of lads don't know when they're beaten. We're like a rash, we just won't go away. "Next Sunday will be massive for everyone. I don't think it's sunk in yet what will be at stake, but both us and Fulham have got hard games because Birmingham and Reading each need a point to be safe so they'll be scrapping for their lives." Fulham were a distant 18 points behind the Welshmen at the outset of their impressive sequence of results, which saw them momentarily climb into the top two on Friday night following a 2-1 victory over already-relegated Sunderland. Despite a recent stutter, Cardiff have maintained a consistent run of their own since the turn of the year, and replaced their promotion rivals as the best of the rest behind Nuno Espirito Santo's Champions thanks to another typically robust, character-filled display against a Hull side with little to play for after averting the threat of dropping two divisions in as many seasons earlier in the month. Warnock took charge 18 months ago with Cardiff second bottom in the Championship, but such has been their transformation under the 69-year-old, they sit on the verge of a promotion he concedes will top any of the previous seven he has achieved - twice with Notts County and once each with Scarborough, Huddersfield, Plymouth, Sheffield United and QPR. As they have done all season, Cardiff displayed commendable resolve to see out a victory which finally extinguished Aston Villa's lingering hopes of avoiding the play-offs in order to seal a Premier League return, although they had shown little in terms of attacking threat before Morrison put them in front. The centre-back's deadlock-breaking goal owed more to desire as any great skill as he appeared to simply want the ball more than any of his would-be markers when rising highest among a melee of players to head home an inviting Joe Ralls corner in the 32nd minute. In a contest of few clear-cut chances, they almost doubled the advantage in the eight minutes of stoppage time at the end of a first period that saw both sides forced into early changes as Hull defender Angus MacDonald, with a dislocated shoulder, and Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson, with a knee injury, departed. Gunnarsson's exit casts doubt on the Iceland international's participation in the World Cup this summer. Aron Gunnarsson picks up an injury which could rule him out of the World Cup Credit: PA "It was innocuous with Aron," Warnock added. "We knew it was bad because he doesn't usually go down." The lively Junio Hoilett was the beneficiary of a fine run and cross from Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, and although the forward struck his angled drive well, Allan McGregor produced a reaction save to maintain the deficit at a single goal. Fraizer Campbell, who was part of the Cardiff squad to last clinch promotion to the top flight in 2013, should have done better with an early chance, but was denied by a meaty block from Sol Bamba, who atoned for an initial mistake which presented the Hull forward with a clear shot on goal from a dozen yards. Other than half-hearted penalty appeals when Liverpool loan midfielder Harry Wilson went down under challenge from Joe Bennett, Hull lacked a cutting edge, and were increasingly pushed onto the back foot. McGregor saved well at his near post immediately after the break to deny Mendez-Laing's follow-up from a narrow angle, after initially blocking a header from Callum Paterson, as Cardiff pressed for a nerve-soothing second. "Allan made some great saves," added Warnock." I asked him why he didn't do more like that when he played for us." Sean Morrison scores Cardiff's first goal Credit: PA Hull belatedly pressed for an equaliser, but were unable to find a way past a well-drilled and utterly-resilient back line where Bamba and Morison again led by example. Kamil Grosicki saw a late effort blocked by Lee Peltier as, not for the first time, a player clad in blue selflessly threw his body on the line in aid of the greater cause. Victory was sealed 10 minutes from time, the ubiquitous Morrison somewhat implausibly finding himself unmarked in the area at the culmination of a swift Mendez-Laing-inspired counter-attack to find the corner with his seventh goal of the season as Hull's protestations for offside were ignored, to leave Cardiff on the cusp of promotion, and Warnock contemplating his own small place in EFL history. As the heavens opened and the KCOM Stadium swiftly emptied, Hull's post-match lap of appreciation proved a rather sombre, if not a little damp, affair, given that apart from the occasional high, this has largely been a campaign to forget. "It's just a real disappointment," manager Nigel Adkins conceded, his side a modest seven points above the relegation zone ahead of their final game, at Brentford. "We didn't pass the ball well enough and didn't do ourselves justice. It's well done to Cardiff, they've put themselves in the box seat to make it into the Premier League and that would be a fantastic achievement for Neil and his players."
Neil Warnock stands on the verge of a record eighth career promotion after Cardiff put themselves in pole position to accompany Wolverhampton Wanderers automatically into the Premier League thanks to a nerveless display which leaves them, tantalisingly, just a single victory away from a return to the top flight. Sean Morrison proved to be the unlikely goal hero, the Cardiff skipper finding the net in each half to ensure Warnock's side go into to the final day of the season as favourites to avoid recourse to the play-offs after reclaiming second place. Victory at home to struggling Reading next Sunday will confirm their place back in the top flight after a four-year absence. Anything less leaves the way open for Fulham, who trail them by a single point and who travel to Birmingham City on the back of a 23-game unbeaten run stretching back to before Christmas. "It's in our own hands now and we can't ask for any more than that," said an elated Warnock. "It wasn't pretty at times, but at this stage of the season it's all about the result. Everyone has kept expecting us to fall away, and we've had setbacks along the way, but this set of lads don't know when they're beaten. We're like a rash, we just won't go away. "Next Sunday will be massive for everyone. I don't think it's sunk in yet what will be at stake, but both us and Fulham have got hard games because Birmingham and Reading each need a point to be safe so they'll be scrapping for their lives." Fulham were a distant 18 points behind the Welshmen at the outset of their impressive sequence of results, which saw them momentarily climb into the top two on Friday night following a 2-1 victory over already-relegated Sunderland. Despite a recent stutter, Cardiff have maintained a consistent run of their own since the turn of the year, and replaced their promotion rivals as the best of the rest behind Nuno Espirito Santo's Champions thanks to another typically robust, character-filled display against a Hull side with little to play for after averting the threat of dropping two divisions in as many seasons earlier in the month. Warnock took charge 18 months ago with Cardiff second bottom in the Championship, but such has been their transformation under the 69-year-old, they sit on the verge of a promotion he concedes will top any of the previous seven he has achieved - twice with Notts County and once each with Scarborough, Huddersfield, Plymouth, Sheffield United and QPR. As they have done all season, Cardiff displayed commendable resolve to see out a victory which finally extinguished Aston Villa's lingering hopes of avoiding the play-offs in order to seal a Premier League return, although they had shown little in terms of attacking threat before Morrison put them in front. The centre-back's deadlock-breaking goal owed more to desire as any great skill as he appeared to simply want the ball more than any of his would-be markers when rising highest among a melee of players to head home an inviting Joe Ralls corner in the 32nd minute. In a contest of few clear-cut chances, they almost doubled the advantage in the eight minutes of stoppage time at the end of a first period that saw both sides forced into early changes as Hull defender Angus MacDonald, with a dislocated shoulder, and Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson, with a knee injury, departed. Gunnarsson's exit casts doubt on the Iceland international's participation in the World Cup this summer. Aron Gunnarsson picks up an injury which could rule him out of the World Cup Credit: PA "It was innocuous with Aron," Warnock added. "We knew it was bad because he doesn't usually go down." The lively Junio Hoilett was the beneficiary of a fine run and cross from Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, and although the forward struck his angled drive well, Allan McGregor produced a reaction save to maintain the deficit at a single goal. Fraizer Campbell, who was part of the Cardiff squad to last clinch promotion to the top flight in 2013, should have done better with an early chance, but was denied by a meaty block from Sol Bamba, who atoned for an initial mistake which presented the Hull forward with a clear shot on goal from a dozen yards. Other than half-hearted penalty appeals when Liverpool loan midfielder Harry Wilson went down under challenge from Joe Bennett, Hull lacked a cutting edge, and were increasingly pushed onto the back foot. McGregor saved well at his near post immediately after the break to deny Mendez-Laing's follow-up from a narrow angle, after initially blocking a header from Callum Paterson, as Cardiff pressed for a nerve-soothing second. "Allan made some great saves," added Warnock." I asked him why he didn't do more like that when he played for us." Sean Morrison scores Cardiff's first goal Credit: PA Hull belatedly pressed for an equaliser, but were unable to find a way past a well-drilled and utterly-resilient back line where Bamba and Morison again led by example. Kamil Grosicki saw a late effort blocked by Lee Peltier as, not for the first time, a player clad in blue selflessly threw his body on the line in aid of the greater cause. Victory was sealed 10 minutes from time, the ubiquitous Morrison somewhat implausibly finding himself unmarked in the area at the culmination of a swift Mendez-Laing-inspired counter-attack to find the corner with his seventh goal of the season as Hull's protestations for offside were ignored, to leave Cardiff on the cusp of promotion, and Warnock contemplating his own small place in EFL history. As the heavens opened and the KCOM Stadium swiftly emptied, Hull's post-match lap of appreciation proved a rather sombre, if not a little damp, affair, given that apart from the occasional high, this has largely been a campaign to forget. "It's just a real disappointment," manager Nigel Adkins conceded, his side a modest seven points above the relegation zone ahead of their final game, at Brentford. "We didn't pass the ball well enough and didn't do ourselves justice. It's well done to Cardiff, they've put themselves in the box seat to make it into the Premier League and that would be a fantastic achievement for Neil and his players."
Neil Warnock on verge of record eighth career promotion as Cardiff move into pole position to join Premier League
Neil Warnock stands on the verge of a record eighth career promotion after Cardiff put themselves in pole position to accompany Wolverhampton Wanderers automatically into the Premier League thanks to a nerveless display which leaves them, tantalisingly, just a single victory away from a return to the top flight. Sean Morrison proved to be the unlikely goal hero, the Cardiff skipper finding the net in each half to ensure Warnock's side go into to the final day of the season as favourites to avoid recourse to the play-offs after reclaiming second place. Victory at home to struggling Reading next Sunday will confirm their place back in the top flight after a four-year absence. Anything less leaves the way open for Fulham, who trail them by a single point and who travel to Birmingham City on the back of a 23-game unbeaten run stretching back to before Christmas. "It's in our own hands now and we can't ask for any more than that," said an elated Warnock. "It wasn't pretty at times, but at this stage of the season it's all about the result. Everyone has kept expecting us to fall away, and we've had setbacks along the way, but this set of lads don't know when they're beaten. We're like a rash, we just won't go away. "Next Sunday will be massive for everyone. I don't think it's sunk in yet what will be at stake, but both us and Fulham have got hard games because Birmingham and Reading each need a point to be safe so they'll be scrapping for their lives." Fulham were a distant 18 points behind the Welshmen at the outset of their impressive sequence of results, which saw them momentarily climb into the top two on Friday night following a 2-1 victory over already-relegated Sunderland. Despite a recent stutter, Cardiff have maintained a consistent run of their own since the turn of the year, and replaced their promotion rivals as the best of the rest behind Nuno Espirito Santo's Champions thanks to another typically robust, character-filled display against a Hull side with little to play for after averting the threat of dropping two divisions in as many seasons earlier in the month. Warnock took charge 18 months ago with Cardiff second bottom in the Championship, but such has been their transformation under the 69-year-old, they sit on the verge of a promotion he concedes will top any of the previous seven he has achieved - twice with Notts County and once each with Scarborough, Huddersfield, Plymouth, Sheffield United and QPR. As they have done all season, Cardiff displayed commendable resolve to see out a victory which finally extinguished Aston Villa's lingering hopes of avoiding the play-offs in order to seal a Premier League return, although they had shown little in terms of attacking threat before Morrison put them in front. The centre-back's deadlock-breaking goal owed more to desire as any great skill as he appeared to simply want the ball more than any of his would-be markers when rising highest among a melee of players to head home an inviting Joe Ralls corner in the 32nd minute. In a contest of few clear-cut chances, they almost doubled the advantage in the eight minutes of stoppage time at the end of a first period that saw both sides forced into early changes as Hull defender Angus MacDonald, with a dislocated shoulder, and Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson, with a knee injury, departed. Gunnarsson's exit casts doubt on the Iceland international's participation in the World Cup this summer. Aron Gunnarsson picks up an injury which could rule him out of the World Cup Credit: PA "It was innocuous with Aron," Warnock added. "We knew it was bad because he doesn't usually go down." The lively Junio Hoilett was the beneficiary of a fine run and cross from Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, and although the forward struck his angled drive well, Allan McGregor produced a reaction save to maintain the deficit at a single goal. Fraizer Campbell, who was part of the Cardiff squad to last clinch promotion to the top flight in 2013, should have done better with an early chance, but was denied by a meaty block from Sol Bamba, who atoned for an initial mistake which presented the Hull forward with a clear shot on goal from a dozen yards. Other than half-hearted penalty appeals when Liverpool loan midfielder Harry Wilson went down under challenge from Joe Bennett, Hull lacked a cutting edge, and were increasingly pushed onto the back foot. McGregor saved well at his near post immediately after the break to deny Mendez-Laing's follow-up from a narrow angle, after initially blocking a header from Callum Paterson, as Cardiff pressed for a nerve-soothing second. "Allan made some great saves," added Warnock." I asked him why he didn't do more like that when he played for us." Sean Morrison scores Cardiff's first goal Credit: PA Hull belatedly pressed for an equaliser, but were unable to find a way past a well-drilled and utterly-resilient back line where Bamba and Morison again led by example. Kamil Grosicki saw a late effort blocked by Lee Peltier as, not for the first time, a player clad in blue selflessly threw his body on the line in aid of the greater cause. Victory was sealed 10 minutes from time, the ubiquitous Morrison somewhat implausibly finding himself unmarked in the area at the culmination of a swift Mendez-Laing-inspired counter-attack to find the corner with his seventh goal of the season as Hull's protestations for offside were ignored, to leave Cardiff on the cusp of promotion, and Warnock contemplating his own small place in EFL history. As the heavens opened and the KCOM Stadium swiftly emptied, Hull's post-match lap of appreciation proved a rather sombre, if not a little damp, affair, given that apart from the occasional high, this has largely been a campaign to forget. "It's just a real disappointment," manager Nigel Adkins conceded, his side a modest seven points above the relegation zone ahead of their final game, at Brentford. "We didn't pass the ball well enough and didn't do ourselves justice. It's well done to Cardiff, they've put themselves in the box seat to make it into the Premier League and that would be a fantastic achievement for Neil and his players."
Neil Warnock stands on the verge of a record eighth career promotion after Cardiff put themselves in pole position to accompany Wolverhampton Wanderers automatically into the Premier League thanks to a nerveless display which leaves them, tantalisingly, just a single victory away from a return to the top flight. Sean Morrison proved to be the unlikely goal hero, the Cardiff skipper finding the net in each half to ensure Warnock's side go into to the final day of the season as favourites to avoid recourse to the play-offs after reclaiming second place. Victory at home to struggling Reading next Sunday will confirm their place back in the top flight after a four-year absence. Anything less leaves the way open for Fulham, who trail them by a single point and who travel to Birmingham City on the back of a 23-game unbeaten run stretching back to before Christmas. "It's in our own hands now and we can't ask for any more than that," said an elated Warnock. "It wasn't pretty at times, but at this stage of the season it's all about the result. Everyone has kept expecting us to fall away, and we've had setbacks along the way, but this set of lads don't know when they're beaten. We're like a rash, we just won't go away. "Next Sunday will be massive for everyone. I don't think it's sunk in yet what will be at stake, but both us and Fulham have got hard games because Birmingham and Reading each need a point to be safe so they'll be scrapping for their lives." Fulham were a distant 18 points behind the Welshmen at the outset of their impressive sequence of results, which saw them momentarily climb into the top two on Friday night following a 2-1 victory over already-relegated Sunderland. Despite a recent stutter, Cardiff have maintained a consistent run of their own since the turn of the year, and replaced their promotion rivals as the best of the rest behind Nuno Espirito Santo's Champions thanks to another typically robust, character-filled display against a Hull side with little to play for after averting the threat of dropping two divisions in as many seasons earlier in the month. Warnock took charge 18 months ago with Cardiff second bottom in the Championship, but such has been their transformation under the 69-year-old, they sit on the verge of a promotion he concedes will top any of the previous seven he has achieved - twice with Notts County and once each with Scarborough, Huddersfield, Plymouth, Sheffield United and QPR. As they have done all season, Cardiff displayed commendable resolve to see out a victory which finally extinguished Aston Villa's lingering hopes of avoiding the play-offs in order to seal a Premier League return, although they had shown little in terms of attacking threat before Morrison put them in front. The centre-back's deadlock-breaking goal owed more to desire as any great skill as he appeared to simply want the ball more than any of his would-be markers when rising highest among a melee of players to head home an inviting Joe Ralls corner in the 32nd minute. In a contest of few clear-cut chances, they almost doubled the advantage in the eight minutes of stoppage time at the end of a first period that saw both sides forced into early changes as Hull defender Angus MacDonald, with a dislocated shoulder, and Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson, with a knee injury, departed. Gunnarsson's exit casts doubt on the Iceland international's participation in the World Cup this summer. Aron Gunnarsson picks up an injury which could rule him out of the World Cup Credit: PA "It was innocuous with Aron," Warnock added. "We knew it was bad because he doesn't usually go down." The lively Junio Hoilett was the beneficiary of a fine run and cross from Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, and although the forward struck his angled drive well, Allan McGregor produced a reaction save to maintain the deficit at a single goal. Fraizer Campbell, who was part of the Cardiff squad to last clinch promotion to the top flight in 2013, should have done better with an early chance, but was denied by a meaty block from Sol Bamba, who atoned for an initial mistake which presented the Hull forward with a clear shot on goal from a dozen yards. Other than half-hearted penalty appeals when Liverpool loan midfielder Harry Wilson went down under challenge from Joe Bennett, Hull lacked a cutting edge, and were increasingly pushed onto the back foot. McGregor saved well at his near post immediately after the break to deny Mendez-Laing's follow-up from a narrow angle, after initially blocking a header from Callum Paterson, as Cardiff pressed for a nerve-soothing second. "Allan made some great saves," added Warnock." I asked him why he didn't do more like that when he played for us." Sean Morrison scores Cardiff's first goal Credit: PA Hull belatedly pressed for an equaliser, but were unable to find a way past a well-drilled and utterly-resilient back line where Bamba and Morison again led by example. Kamil Grosicki saw a late effort blocked by Lee Peltier as, not for the first time, a player clad in blue selflessly threw his body on the line in aid of the greater cause. Victory was sealed 10 minutes from time, the ubiquitous Morrison somewhat implausibly finding himself unmarked in the area at the culmination of a swift Mendez-Laing-inspired counter-attack to find the corner with his seventh goal of the season as Hull's protestations for offside were ignored, to leave Cardiff on the cusp of promotion, and Warnock contemplating his own small place in EFL history. As the heavens opened and the KCOM Stadium swiftly emptied, Hull's post-match lap of appreciation proved a rather sombre, if not a little damp, affair, given that apart from the occasional high, this has largely been a campaign to forget. "It's just a real disappointment," manager Nigel Adkins conceded, his side a modest seven points above the relegation zone ahead of their final game, at Brentford. "We didn't pass the ball well enough and didn't do ourselves justice. It's well done to Cardiff, they've put themselves in the box seat to make it into the Premier League and that would be a fantastic achievement for Neil and his players."
Neil Warnock on verge of record eighth career promotion as Cardiff move into pole position to join Premier League
Neil Warnock stands on the verge of a record eighth career promotion after Cardiff put themselves in pole position to accompany Wolverhampton Wanderers automatically into the Premier League thanks to a nerveless display which leaves them, tantalisingly, just a single victory away from a return to the top flight. Sean Morrison proved to be the unlikely goal hero, the Cardiff skipper finding the net in each half to ensure Warnock's side go into to the final day of the season as favourites to avoid recourse to the play-offs after reclaiming second place. Victory at home to struggling Reading next Sunday will confirm their place back in the top flight after a four-year absence. Anything less leaves the way open for Fulham, who trail them by a single point and who travel to Birmingham City on the back of a 23-game unbeaten run stretching back to before Christmas. "It's in our own hands now and we can't ask for any more than that," said an elated Warnock. "It wasn't pretty at times, but at this stage of the season it's all about the result. Everyone has kept expecting us to fall away, and we've had setbacks along the way, but this set of lads don't know when they're beaten. We're like a rash, we just won't go away. "Next Sunday will be massive for everyone. I don't think it's sunk in yet what will be at stake, but both us and Fulham have got hard games because Birmingham and Reading each need a point to be safe so they'll be scrapping for their lives." Fulham were a distant 18 points behind the Welshmen at the outset of their impressive sequence of results, which saw them momentarily climb into the top two on Friday night following a 2-1 victory over already-relegated Sunderland. Despite a recent stutter, Cardiff have maintained a consistent run of their own since the turn of the year, and replaced their promotion rivals as the best of the rest behind Nuno Espirito Santo's Champions thanks to another typically robust, character-filled display against a Hull side with little to play for after averting the threat of dropping two divisions in as many seasons earlier in the month. Warnock took charge 18 months ago with Cardiff second bottom in the Championship, but such has been their transformation under the 69-year-old, they sit on the verge of a promotion he concedes will top any of the previous seven he has achieved - twice with Notts County and once each with Scarborough, Huddersfield, Plymouth, Sheffield United and QPR. As they have done all season, Cardiff displayed commendable resolve to see out a victory which finally extinguished Aston Villa's lingering hopes of avoiding the play-offs in order to seal a Premier League return, although they had shown little in terms of attacking threat before Morrison put them in front. The centre-back's deadlock-breaking goal owed more to desire as any great skill as he appeared to simply want the ball more than any of his would-be markers when rising highest among a melee of players to head home an inviting Joe Ralls corner in the 32nd minute. In a contest of few clear-cut chances, they almost doubled the advantage in the eight minutes of stoppage time at the end of a first period that saw both sides forced into early changes as Hull defender Angus MacDonald, with a dislocated shoulder, and Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson, with a knee injury, departed. Gunnarsson's exit casts doubt on the Iceland international's participation in the World Cup this summer. Aron Gunnarsson picks up an injury which could rule him out of the World Cup Credit: PA "It was innocuous with Aron," Warnock added. "We knew it was bad because he doesn't usually go down." The lively Junio Hoilett was the beneficiary of a fine run and cross from Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, and although the forward struck his angled drive well, Allan McGregor produced a reaction save to maintain the deficit at a single goal. Fraizer Campbell, who was part of the Cardiff squad to last clinch promotion to the top flight in 2013, should have done better with an early chance, but was denied by a meaty block from Sol Bamba, who atoned for an initial mistake which presented the Hull forward with a clear shot on goal from a dozen yards. Other than half-hearted penalty appeals when Liverpool loan midfielder Harry Wilson went down under challenge from Joe Bennett, Hull lacked a cutting edge, and were increasingly pushed onto the back foot. McGregor saved well at his near post immediately after the break to deny Mendez-Laing's follow-up from a narrow angle, after initially blocking a header from Callum Paterson, as Cardiff pressed for a nerve-soothing second. "Allan made some great saves," added Warnock." I asked him why he didn't do more like that when he played for us." Sean Morrison scores Cardiff's first goal Credit: PA Hull belatedly pressed for an equaliser, but were unable to find a way past a well-drilled and utterly-resilient back line where Bamba and Morison again led by example. Kamil Grosicki saw a late effort blocked by Lee Peltier as, not for the first time, a player clad in blue selflessly threw his body on the line in aid of the greater cause. Victory was sealed 10 minutes from time, the ubiquitous Morrison somewhat implausibly finding himself unmarked in the area at the culmination of a swift Mendez-Laing-inspired counter-attack to find the corner with his seventh goal of the season as Hull's protestations for offside were ignored, to leave Cardiff on the cusp of promotion, and Warnock contemplating his own small place in EFL history. As the heavens opened and the KCOM Stadium swiftly emptied, Hull's post-match lap of appreciation proved a rather sombre, if not a little damp, affair, given that apart from the occasional high, this has largely been a campaign to forget. "It's just a real disappointment," manager Nigel Adkins conceded, his side a modest seven points above the relegation zone ahead of their final game, at Brentford. "We didn't pass the ball well enough and didn't do ourselves justice. It's well done to Cardiff, they've put themselves in the box seat to make it into the Premier League and that would be a fantastic achievement for Neil and his players."
James smacked the ball into his own net from outside the box to put Notts County 2-0 up on Saturday
Watch: Yeovil Towns Thomas James bags stunning own goal in League Two
James smacked the ball into his own net from outside the box to put Notts County 2-0 up on Saturday
Joey Barton will take his first steps as a manager with League One side Fleetwood Town after it was announced he will take charge of the team before the start of next season. Barton is currently serving an 18-game ban from football for betting offences and has been working as a radio pundit during his time out of the game. The 35-year-old has agreed a three-year contract which will begin on June 2, when his ban ends. The former Manchester City, Newcastle United, QPR, Marseille and Burnley midfielder has been given the opportunity to launch his managerial career by Fleetwood chairman Andy Pilley, who will be keen for one of the game’s most controversial characters to raise the club’s profile. Fleetwood are one of the of the most ambitious clubs in the lower leagues, having enjoyed a meteoric rise through non-league football, but have failed to get out of League One. "I'm very excited by the challenge," said Barton, who, although is renowned for his combustible personality has always held coaching ambitions and has earned praise for his leadership skills as a senior player at both Newcastle and Burnley. ✍️ | Fleetwood Town can confirm an agreement has been reached for @Joey7Barton to become the club's new Head Coach as of June 2nd. Full details: https://t.co/ZPz5vAaCODpic.twitter.com/cQ3BbjqrR7— Fleetwood Town FC (@ftfc) April 18, 2018 "It's a club I've known for a long time, and a chairman I already have a very good relationship with. "My first job in management was always going to be a big decision and I'm delighted. I'm joining a club with big ambitions." John Sheridan, who replaced Uwe Rosler as Fleetwood manager in February, will leave at the end of the season. It is understood there are to be no changes to the backroom staff at Fleetwood, who are 14th in League One, but have ambitions of reaching the Championship. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs “This is a huge appointment for Fleetwood Town Football Club and one I’m very excited about,” said Pilley. “Joey not only brings a host of experience and profile, but I also feel he has the potential to become one of the best in the new generation of coaches.” Barton could go head-to-head with his former Newcastle United teammate and close friend Kevin Nolan next season. Nolan is currently in charge of League Two promotion chasers Notts County, who are currently fifth in the table.
Joey Barton appointed Fleetwood Town head coach for next season
Joey Barton will take his first steps as a manager with League One side Fleetwood Town after it was announced he will take charge of the team before the start of next season. Barton is currently serving an 18-game ban from football for betting offences and has been working as a radio pundit during his time out of the game. The 35-year-old has agreed a three-year contract which will begin on June 2, when his ban ends. The former Manchester City, Newcastle United, QPR, Marseille and Burnley midfielder has been given the opportunity to launch his managerial career by Fleetwood chairman Andy Pilley, who will be keen for one of the game’s most controversial characters to raise the club’s profile. Fleetwood are one of the of the most ambitious clubs in the lower leagues, having enjoyed a meteoric rise through non-league football, but have failed to get out of League One. "I'm very excited by the challenge," said Barton, who, although is renowned for his combustible personality has always held coaching ambitions and has earned praise for his leadership skills as a senior player at both Newcastle and Burnley. ✍️ | Fleetwood Town can confirm an agreement has been reached for @Joey7Barton to become the club's new Head Coach as of June 2nd. Full details: https://t.co/ZPz5vAaCODpic.twitter.com/cQ3BbjqrR7— Fleetwood Town FC (@ftfc) April 18, 2018 "It's a club I've known for a long time, and a chairman I already have a very good relationship with. "My first job in management was always going to be a big decision and I'm delighted. I'm joining a club with big ambitions." John Sheridan, who replaced Uwe Rosler as Fleetwood manager in February, will leave at the end of the season. It is understood there are to be no changes to the backroom staff at Fleetwood, who are 14th in League One, but have ambitions of reaching the Championship. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs “This is a huge appointment for Fleetwood Town Football Club and one I’m very excited about,” said Pilley. “Joey not only brings a host of experience and profile, but I also feel he has the potential to become one of the best in the new generation of coaches.” Barton could go head-to-head with his former Newcastle United teammate and close friend Kevin Nolan next season. Nolan is currently in charge of League Two promotion chasers Notts County, who are currently fifth in the table.
FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - February 6, 2018 General view of the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system before the match Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
FILE PHOTO: FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County
FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - February 6, 2018 General view of the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system before the match Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony in action. REUTERS/David Klein
FA Cup Fourth Round - Notts County vs Swansea City
Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony in action. REUTERS/David Klein
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round - Notts County vs Swansea City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - January 27, 2018 Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony looks dejected REUTERS/David Klein
FA Cup Fourth Round - Notts County vs Swansea City
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round - Notts County vs Swansea City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - January 27, 2018 Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony looks dejected REUTERS/David Klein
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round - Notts County vs Swansea City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - January 27, 2018 Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony looks dejected REUTERS/David Klein
FA Cup Fourth Round - Notts County vs Swansea City
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round - Notts County vs Swansea City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - January 27, 2018 Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony looks dejected REUTERS/David Klein
Notts County's Liam Walker's deflected free-kick in the 88th minute gave Gibraltar a 1-0 win over Latvia, its second-ever win and its first as a FIFA nation.
Gibraltar Earns Its First Official Win as a FIFA Nation
Notts County's Liam Walker's deflected free-kick in the 88th minute gave Gibraltar a 1-0 win over Latvia, its second-ever win and its first as a FIFA nation.
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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League Two - Chesterfield vs Notts County
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Wes Morgan can still remember the acute feeling of desolation when he was rejected by Notts County at the age of 15. His dreams of becoming a professional footballer apparently in ruins, he went back to college to continue a business studies degree, and to contemplate an uncertain future. But as Leicester City’s captain prepares to face Chelsea in Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final, Morgan’s career is testament to the powers of perseverance. He played a leading role in Claudio Ranieri’s fairy tale by winning the Premier League title, has played in a Champions League quarter-final - after they did what Manchester United could not, and beat Sevilla in the round of 16 - and is now closing in on 700 career appearances. “I often speak to young kids trying to make their way into the professional game and tell my story. I think it’s a story that inspires people and tells you never to give up,” he says. “Young lads can be low on confidence, unsure on how things are going to work out but you have to keep going to follow your dreams. “I never thought I’d be in the Premier League when I was released by Notts County. They only offered two YTS contracts and I was the odd one out. I thought that was it, done and dusted for me, and semi-pro would be the best I could get. Morgan played an integral part in the least likely Premier League title win of all time Credit: afp “I was playing for a load of teams with my mates on Saturdays and Sundays, a young lad playing in an adult’s league. Fortunately I got the opportunity to have trials at Nottingham Forest and that’s where it all began. “Now I’m sitting here as a Premier League winner and that’s a magnificent achievement, considering where I came from. I don’t think I’ll truly digest it all until I’ve finished my career.” Morgan’s story is indeed remarkable, and a stirring rags-to-riches tale that has been less documented than more eminent team-mates such as Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. He moved to Leicester from Nottingham Forest in January 2012 for just £1m after a contract wrangle, with Nigel Pearson’s team stuck in the Championship swamp. The next six years have been what the centre-half describes as “a rollercoaster” and he can never have envisaged what has unfolded. Promotion to the top-flight in 2014 was followed by that stirring Great Escape, when they won seven of their last nine league games to light the blue touch-paper for their incredible title win. Even now, Morgan struggles to escape the memories of May 2016, when he lifted the trophy on an evening which will leave an indelible mark in Premier League history. Morgan's career is testament to the powers of perseverance Credit: John Robertson “I was out shopping in Birmingham a few weeks ago and there was a Leicester fan talking to me about how we won the league, the trophy bus parade going past her house and everything else. It feels surreal, even though it seems so long ago,” he says, sitting in a study room at the club’s training ground. “The Champions League was also an unbelievable time. To reach the quarter-finals was an achievement I don’t think we got enough credit for. We were newcomers and we did it our way. We took Atletico Madrid to the wire. “I’ve had amazing times since I came to Leicester, beyond my wildest dreams if I’m being honest. But football is always moving and you can’t stand still or be dwelling on the past. “The time to really look back and remember the special moments is when there are no interruptions.” Morgan has a special reason to ensure Claude Puel’s Leicester can complete a miserable week for Chelsea and Antonio Conte, whose European excursions were ended by Barcelona on Wednesday. The FA Cup is one competition in which Morgan has endured frustration, never progressing beyond the quarter-finals. “I would say it’s the last box to be ticked for me. Everyone knows the history and prestige of the competition, being an FA Cup winner would be second to winning the league,” he says. My favourite ever Premier League match “I’m not getting any younger so there’s not too many years left for me to do something in this competition. I’m 34 now, I’ve got a year left [on my contract] and I’m definitely feeling the aches and pains. This could be my last big chance.” There will also be an element of revenge for Morgan at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, as it was against Chelsea that his FA Cup dream ended in 2012. Fernando Torres ended a 24-game goal drought with two goals as a Chelsea team including the likes of Petr Cech, Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge coasted to a 5-2 victory. “That was a real down-point, especially at that stage in my career. But this is definitely the biggest tie of the round and a huge chance for us to reach a semi-final at Wembley. “Chelsea have not done as well as they expected this season, they are now out of the Champions League, so they will probably see the FA Cup as something to make their season positive, rather like ourselves. There’s a lot to play for. “I’ve not experienced a semi-final before but we’ve got a good chance of it happening. This would definitely keep the fairy tale going...”
One-time reject Wes Morgan chasing another fairy tale as Leicester City target FA Cup glory
Wes Morgan can still remember the acute feeling of desolation when he was rejected by Notts County at the age of 15. His dreams of becoming a professional footballer apparently in ruins, he went back to college to continue a business studies degree, and to contemplate an uncertain future. But as Leicester City’s captain prepares to face Chelsea in Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final, Morgan’s career is testament to the powers of perseverance. He played a leading role in Claudio Ranieri’s fairy tale by winning the Premier League title, has played in a Champions League quarter-final - after they did what Manchester United could not, and beat Sevilla in the round of 16 - and is now closing in on 700 career appearances. “I often speak to young kids trying to make their way into the professional game and tell my story. I think it’s a story that inspires people and tells you never to give up,” he says. “Young lads can be low on confidence, unsure on how things are going to work out but you have to keep going to follow your dreams. “I never thought I’d be in the Premier League when I was released by Notts County. They only offered two YTS contracts and I was the odd one out. I thought that was it, done and dusted for me, and semi-pro would be the best I could get. Morgan played an integral part in the least likely Premier League title win of all time Credit: afp “I was playing for a load of teams with my mates on Saturdays and Sundays, a young lad playing in an adult’s league. Fortunately I got the opportunity to have trials at Nottingham Forest and that’s where it all began. “Now I’m sitting here as a Premier League winner and that’s a magnificent achievement, considering where I came from. I don’t think I’ll truly digest it all until I’ve finished my career.” Morgan’s story is indeed remarkable, and a stirring rags-to-riches tale that has been less documented than more eminent team-mates such as Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. He moved to Leicester from Nottingham Forest in January 2012 for just £1m after a contract wrangle, with Nigel Pearson’s team stuck in the Championship swamp. The next six years have been what the centre-half describes as “a rollercoaster” and he can never have envisaged what has unfolded. Promotion to the top-flight in 2014 was followed by that stirring Great Escape, when they won seven of their last nine league games to light the blue touch-paper for their incredible title win. Even now, Morgan struggles to escape the memories of May 2016, when he lifted the trophy on an evening which will leave an indelible mark in Premier League history. Morgan's career is testament to the powers of perseverance Credit: John Robertson “I was out shopping in Birmingham a few weeks ago and there was a Leicester fan talking to me about how we won the league, the trophy bus parade going past her house and everything else. It feels surreal, even though it seems so long ago,” he says, sitting in a study room at the club’s training ground. “The Champions League was also an unbelievable time. To reach the quarter-finals was an achievement I don’t think we got enough credit for. We were newcomers and we did it our way. We took Atletico Madrid to the wire. “I’ve had amazing times since I came to Leicester, beyond my wildest dreams if I’m being honest. But football is always moving and you can’t stand still or be dwelling on the past. “The time to really look back and remember the special moments is when there are no interruptions.” Morgan has a special reason to ensure Claude Puel’s Leicester can complete a miserable week for Chelsea and Antonio Conte, whose European excursions were ended by Barcelona on Wednesday. The FA Cup is one competition in which Morgan has endured frustration, never progressing beyond the quarter-finals. “I would say it’s the last box to be ticked for me. Everyone knows the history and prestige of the competition, being an FA Cup winner would be second to winning the league,” he says. My favourite ever Premier League match “I’m not getting any younger so there’s not too many years left for me to do something in this competition. I’m 34 now, I’ve got a year left [on my contract] and I’m definitely feeling the aches and pains. This could be my last big chance.” There will also be an element of revenge for Morgan at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, as it was against Chelsea that his FA Cup dream ended in 2012. Fernando Torres ended a 24-game goal drought with two goals as a Chelsea team including the likes of Petr Cech, Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge coasted to a 5-2 victory. “That was a real down-point, especially at that stage in my career. But this is definitely the biggest tie of the round and a huge chance for us to reach a semi-final at Wembley. “Chelsea have not done as well as they expected this season, they are now out of the Champions League, so they will probably see the FA Cup as something to make their season positive, rather like ourselves. There’s a lot to play for. “I’ve not experienced a semi-final before but we’ve got a good chance of it happening. This would definitely keep the fairy tale going...”
Wes Morgan can still remember the acute feeling of desolation when he was rejected by Notts County at the age of 15. His dreams of becoming a professional footballer apparently in ruins, he went back to college to continue a business studies degree, and to contemplate an uncertain future. But as Leicester City’s captain prepares to face Chelsea in Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final, Morgan’s career is testament to the powers of perseverance. He played a leading role in Claudio Ranieri’s fairy tale by winning the Premier League title, has played in a Champions League quarter-final - after they did what Manchester United could not, and beat Sevilla in the round of 16 - and is now closing in on 700 career appearances. “I often speak to young kids trying to make their way into the professional game and tell my story. I think it’s a story that inspires people and tells you never to give up,” he says. “Young lads can be low on confidence, unsure on how things are going to work out but you have to keep going to follow your dreams. “I never thought I’d be in the Premier League when I was released by Notts County. They only offered two YTS contracts and I was the odd one out. I thought that was it, done and dusted for me, and semi-pro would be the best I could get. Morgan played an integral part in the least likely Premier League title win of all time Credit: afp “I was playing for a load of teams with my mates on Saturdays and Sundays, a young lad playing in an adult’s league. Fortunately I got the opportunity to have trials at Nottingham Forest and that’s where it all began. “Now I’m sitting here as a Premier League winner and that’s a magnificent achievement, considering where I came from. I don’t think I’ll truly digest it all until I’ve finished my career.” Morgan’s story is indeed remarkable, and a stirring rags-to-riches tale that has been less documented than more eminent team-mates such as Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. He moved to Leicester from Nottingham Forest in January 2012 for just £1m after a contract wrangle, with Nigel Pearson’s team stuck in the Championship swamp. The next six years have been what the centre-half describes as “a rollercoaster” and he can never have envisaged what has unfolded. Promotion to the top-flight in 2014 was followed by that stirring Great Escape, when they won seven of their last nine league games to light the blue touch-paper for their incredible title win. Even now, Morgan struggles to escape the memories of May 2016, when he lifted the trophy on an evening which will leave an indelible mark in Premier League history. Morgan's career is testament to the powers of perseverance Credit: John Robertson “I was out shopping in Birmingham a few weeks ago and there was a Leicester fan talking to me about how we won the league, the trophy bus parade going past her house and everything else. It feels surreal, even though it seems so long ago,” he says, sitting in a study room at the club’s training ground. “The Champions League was also an unbelievable time. To reach the quarter-finals was an achievement I don’t think we got enough credit for. We were newcomers and we did it our way. We took Atletico Madrid to the wire. “I’ve had amazing times since I came to Leicester, beyond my wildest dreams if I’m being honest. But football is always moving and you can’t stand still or be dwelling on the past. “The time to really look back and remember the special moments is when there are no interruptions.” Morgan has a special reason to ensure Claude Puel’s Leicester can complete a miserable week for Chelsea and Antonio Conte, whose European excursions were ended by Barcelona on Wednesday. The FA Cup is one competition in which Morgan has endured frustration, never progressing beyond the quarter-finals. “I would say it’s the last box to be ticked for me. Everyone knows the history and prestige of the competition, being an FA Cup winner would be second to winning the league,” he says. My favourite ever Premier League match “I’m not getting any younger so there’s not too many years left for me to do something in this competition. I’m 34 now, I’ve got a year left [on my contract] and I’m definitely feeling the aches and pains. This could be my last big chance.” There will also be an element of revenge for Morgan at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, as it was against Chelsea that his FA Cup dream ended in 2012. Fernando Torres ended a 24-game goal drought with two goals as a Chelsea team including the likes of Petr Cech, Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge coasted to a 5-2 victory. “That was a real down-point, especially at that stage in my career. But this is definitely the biggest tie of the round and a huge chance for us to reach a semi-final at Wembley. “Chelsea have not done as well as they expected this season, they are now out of the Champions League, so they will probably see the FA Cup as something to make their season positive, rather like ourselves. There’s a lot to play for. “I’ve not experienced a semi-final before but we’ve got a good chance of it happening. This would definitely keep the fairy tale going...”
One-time reject Wes Morgan chasing another fairy tale as Leicester City target FA Cup glory
Wes Morgan can still remember the acute feeling of desolation when he was rejected by Notts County at the age of 15. His dreams of becoming a professional footballer apparently in ruins, he went back to college to continue a business studies degree, and to contemplate an uncertain future. But as Leicester City’s captain prepares to face Chelsea in Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final, Morgan’s career is testament to the powers of perseverance. He played a leading role in Claudio Ranieri’s fairy tale by winning the Premier League title, has played in a Champions League quarter-final - after they did what Manchester United could not, and beat Sevilla in the round of 16 - and is now closing in on 700 career appearances. “I often speak to young kids trying to make their way into the professional game and tell my story. I think it’s a story that inspires people and tells you never to give up,” he says. “Young lads can be low on confidence, unsure on how things are going to work out but you have to keep going to follow your dreams. “I never thought I’d be in the Premier League when I was released by Notts County. They only offered two YTS contracts and I was the odd one out. I thought that was it, done and dusted for me, and semi-pro would be the best I could get. Morgan played an integral part in the least likely Premier League title win of all time Credit: afp “I was playing for a load of teams with my mates on Saturdays and Sundays, a young lad playing in an adult’s league. Fortunately I got the opportunity to have trials at Nottingham Forest and that’s where it all began. “Now I’m sitting here as a Premier League winner and that’s a magnificent achievement, considering where I came from. I don’t think I’ll truly digest it all until I’ve finished my career.” Morgan’s story is indeed remarkable, and a stirring rags-to-riches tale that has been less documented than more eminent team-mates such as Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. He moved to Leicester from Nottingham Forest in January 2012 for just £1m after a contract wrangle, with Nigel Pearson’s team stuck in the Championship swamp. The next six years have been what the centre-half describes as “a rollercoaster” and he can never have envisaged what has unfolded. Promotion to the top-flight in 2014 was followed by that stirring Great Escape, when they won seven of their last nine league games to light the blue touch-paper for their incredible title win. Even now, Morgan struggles to escape the memories of May 2016, when he lifted the trophy on an evening which will leave an indelible mark in Premier League history. Morgan's career is testament to the powers of perseverance Credit: John Robertson “I was out shopping in Birmingham a few weeks ago and there was a Leicester fan talking to me about how we won the league, the trophy bus parade going past her house and everything else. It feels surreal, even though it seems so long ago,” he says, sitting in a study room at the club’s training ground. “The Champions League was also an unbelievable time. To reach the quarter-finals was an achievement I don’t think we got enough credit for. We were newcomers and we did it our way. We took Atletico Madrid to the wire. “I’ve had amazing times since I came to Leicester, beyond my wildest dreams if I’m being honest. But football is always moving and you can’t stand still or be dwelling on the past. “The time to really look back and remember the special moments is when there are no interruptions.” Morgan has a special reason to ensure Claude Puel’s Leicester can complete a miserable week for Chelsea and Antonio Conte, whose European excursions were ended by Barcelona on Wednesday. The FA Cup is one competition in which Morgan has endured frustration, never progressing beyond the quarter-finals. “I would say it’s the last box to be ticked for me. Everyone knows the history and prestige of the competition, being an FA Cup winner would be second to winning the league,” he says. My favourite ever Premier League match “I’m not getting any younger so there’s not too many years left for me to do something in this competition. I’m 34 now, I’ve got a year left [on my contract] and I’m definitely feeling the aches and pains. This could be my last big chance.” There will also be an element of revenge for Morgan at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, as it was against Chelsea that his FA Cup dream ended in 2012. Fernando Torres ended a 24-game goal drought with two goals as a Chelsea team including the likes of Petr Cech, Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge coasted to a 5-2 victory. “That was a real down-point, especially at that stage in my career. But this is definitely the biggest tie of the round and a huge chance for us to reach a semi-final at Wembley. “Chelsea have not done as well as they expected this season, they are now out of the Champions League, so they will probably see the FA Cup as something to make their season positive, rather like ourselves. There’s a lot to play for. “I’ve not experienced a semi-final before but we’ve got a good chance of it happening. This would definitely keep the fairy tale going...”
Wes Morgan can still remember the acute feeling of desolation when he was rejected by Notts County at the age of 15. His dreams of becoming a professional footballer apparently in ruins, he went back to college to continue a business studies degree, and to contemplate an uncertain future. But as Leicester City’s captain prepares to face Chelsea in Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final, Morgan’s career is testament to the powers of perseverance. He played a leading role in Claudio Ranieri’s fairy tale by winning the Premier League title, has played in a Champions League quarter-final - after they did what Manchester United could not, and beat Sevilla in the round of 16 - and is now closing in on 700 career appearances. “I often speak to young kids trying to make their way into the professional game and tell my story. I think it’s a story that inspires people and tells you never to give up,” he says. “Young lads can be low on confidence, unsure on how things are going to work out but you have to keep going to follow your dreams. “I never thought I’d be in the Premier League when I was released by Notts County. They only offered two YTS contracts and I was the odd one out. I thought that was it, done and dusted for me, and semi-pro would be the best I could get. Morgan played an integral part in the least likely Premier League title win of all time Credit: afp “I was playing for a load of teams with my mates on Saturdays and Sundays, a young lad playing in an adult’s league. Fortunately I got the opportunity to have trials at Nottingham Forest and that’s where it all began. “Now I’m sitting here as a Premier League winner and that’s a magnificent achievement, considering where I came from. I don’t think I’ll truly digest it all until I’ve finished my career.” Morgan’s story is indeed remarkable, and a stirring rags-to-riches tale that has been less documented than more eminent team-mates such as Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. He moved to Leicester from Nottingham Forest in January 2012 for just £1m after a contract wrangle, with Nigel Pearson’s team stuck in the Championship swamp. The next six years have been what the centre-half describes as “a rollercoaster” and he can never have envisaged what has unfolded. Promotion to the top-flight in 2014 was followed by that stirring Great Escape, when they won seven of their last nine league games to light the blue touch-paper for their incredible title win. Even now, Morgan struggles to escape the memories of May 2016, when he lifted the trophy on an evening which will leave an indelible mark in Premier League history. Morgan's career is testament to the powers of perseverance Credit: John Robertson “I was out shopping in Birmingham a few weeks ago and there was a Leicester fan talking to me about how we won the league, the trophy bus parade going past her house and everything else. It feels surreal, even though it seems so long ago,” he says, sitting in a study room at the club’s training ground. “The Champions League was also an unbelievable time. To reach the quarter-finals was an achievement I don’t think we got enough credit for. We were newcomers and we did it our way. We took Atletico Madrid to the wire. “I’ve had amazing times since I came to Leicester, beyond my wildest dreams if I’m being honest. But football is always moving and you can’t stand still or be dwelling on the past. “The time to really look back and remember the special moments is when there are no interruptions.” Morgan has a special reason to ensure Claude Puel’s Leicester can complete a miserable week for Chelsea and Antonio Conte, whose European excursions were ended by Barcelona on Wednesday. The FA Cup is one competition in which Morgan has endured frustration, never progressing beyond the quarter-finals. “I would say it’s the last box to be ticked for me. Everyone knows the history and prestige of the competition, being an FA Cup winner would be second to winning the league,” he says. My favourite ever Premier League match “I’m not getting any younger so there’s not too many years left for me to do something in this competition. I’m 34 now, I’ve got a year left [on my contract] and I’m definitely feeling the aches and pains. This could be my last big chance.” There will also be an element of revenge for Morgan at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, as it was against Chelsea that his FA Cup dream ended in 2012. Fernando Torres ended a 24-game goal drought with two goals as a Chelsea team including the likes of Petr Cech, Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge coasted to a 5-2 victory. “That was a real down-point, especially at that stage in my career. But this is definitely the biggest tie of the round and a huge chance for us to reach a semi-final at Wembley. “Chelsea have not done as well as they expected this season, they are now out of the Champions League, so they will probably see the FA Cup as something to make their season positive, rather like ourselves. There’s a lot to play for. “I’ve not experienced a semi-final before but we’ve got a good chance of it happening. This would definitely keep the fairy tale going...”
One-time reject Wes Morgan chasing another fairy tale as Leicester City target FA Cup glory
Wes Morgan can still remember the acute feeling of desolation when he was rejected by Notts County at the age of 15. His dreams of becoming a professional footballer apparently in ruins, he went back to college to continue a business studies degree, and to contemplate an uncertain future. But as Leicester City’s captain prepares to face Chelsea in Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final, Morgan’s career is testament to the powers of perseverance. He played a leading role in Claudio Ranieri’s fairy tale by winning the Premier League title, has played in a Champions League quarter-final - after they did what Manchester United could not, and beat Sevilla in the round of 16 - and is now closing in on 700 career appearances. “I often speak to young kids trying to make their way into the professional game and tell my story. I think it’s a story that inspires people and tells you never to give up,” he says. “Young lads can be low on confidence, unsure on how things are going to work out but you have to keep going to follow your dreams. “I never thought I’d be in the Premier League when I was released by Notts County. They only offered two YTS contracts and I was the odd one out. I thought that was it, done and dusted for me, and semi-pro would be the best I could get. Morgan played an integral part in the least likely Premier League title win of all time Credit: afp “I was playing for a load of teams with my mates on Saturdays and Sundays, a young lad playing in an adult’s league. Fortunately I got the opportunity to have trials at Nottingham Forest and that’s where it all began. “Now I’m sitting here as a Premier League winner and that’s a magnificent achievement, considering where I came from. I don’t think I’ll truly digest it all until I’ve finished my career.” Morgan’s story is indeed remarkable, and a stirring rags-to-riches tale that has been less documented than more eminent team-mates such as Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. He moved to Leicester from Nottingham Forest in January 2012 for just £1m after a contract wrangle, with Nigel Pearson’s team stuck in the Championship swamp. The next six years have been what the centre-half describes as “a rollercoaster” and he can never have envisaged what has unfolded. Promotion to the top-flight in 2014 was followed by that stirring Great Escape, when they won seven of their last nine league games to light the blue touch-paper for their incredible title win. Even now, Morgan struggles to escape the memories of May 2016, when he lifted the trophy on an evening which will leave an indelible mark in Premier League history. Morgan's career is testament to the powers of perseverance Credit: John Robertson “I was out shopping in Birmingham a few weeks ago and there was a Leicester fan talking to me about how we won the league, the trophy bus parade going past her house and everything else. It feels surreal, even though it seems so long ago,” he says, sitting in a study room at the club’s training ground. “The Champions League was also an unbelievable time. To reach the quarter-finals was an achievement I don’t think we got enough credit for. We were newcomers and we did it our way. We took Atletico Madrid to the wire. “I’ve had amazing times since I came to Leicester, beyond my wildest dreams if I’m being honest. But football is always moving and you can’t stand still or be dwelling on the past. “The time to really look back and remember the special moments is when there are no interruptions.” Morgan has a special reason to ensure Claude Puel’s Leicester can complete a miserable week for Chelsea and Antonio Conte, whose European excursions were ended by Barcelona on Wednesday. The FA Cup is one competition in which Morgan has endured frustration, never progressing beyond the quarter-finals. “I would say it’s the last box to be ticked for me. Everyone knows the history and prestige of the competition, being an FA Cup winner would be second to winning the league,” he says. My favourite ever Premier League match “I’m not getting any younger so there’s not too many years left for me to do something in this competition. I’m 34 now, I’ve got a year left [on my contract] and I’m definitely feeling the aches and pains. This could be my last big chance.” There will also be an element of revenge for Morgan at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, as it was against Chelsea that his FA Cup dream ended in 2012. Fernando Torres ended a 24-game goal drought with two goals as a Chelsea team including the likes of Petr Cech, Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge coasted to a 5-2 victory. “That was a real down-point, especially at that stage in my career. But this is definitely the biggest tie of the round and a huge chance for us to reach a semi-final at Wembley. “Chelsea have not done as well as they expected this season, they are now out of the Champions League, so they will probably see the FA Cup as something to make their season positive, rather like ourselves. There’s a lot to play for. “I’ve not experienced a semi-final before but we’ve got a good chance of it happening. This would definitely keep the fairy tale going...”
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - February 6, 2018 General view of the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system before the match Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - February 6, 2018 General view of the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system before the match Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - February 6, 2018 General view of the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system before the match REUTERS/Rebecca Naden
FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County
Soccer Football - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - Swansea City vs Notts County - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - February 6, 2018 General view of the VAR (Video Assistant Referee) system before the match REUTERS/Rebecca Naden

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