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The EFL richest owners revealed - Including Leeds, Villa and Forest

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The EFL richest owners revealed - Including Leeds, Villa and Forest

The Premier League has long been the play thing of wealthy businessmen but in recent years that money and power is trickling down the football league pyramid. We take a look at the richest club owners in the Championship, League One and League Two. Stoke and West Brom's relegation to the Championship means that there are now six clubs outside of the Premier League who are owned billionaires, new figures collated by Bristol Live reveal. More than half (14) of the club’s in England’s top flight are owned by billionaires. The EFL is now heading that way. The figures have...

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FIFA 19: EFL Championship teams ranked by 'Club Value'

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FIFA 19: EFL Championship teams ranked by 'Club Value'

FIFA 19 is finally here and there are some differences to it's previous version particularly in terms of perceived value of clubs in the Championship. On this year's latest FIFA addition, Marcelo Bielsa drop nine places to 10th in the Championship FIFA 'club value' list.   Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City form the top three - still holding a significant amount of value having only been relegated from the Premier League. Second place Middlesbrough sit fourth with a value of £158million while Sheffield Wednesday beat rivals Sheffield United by over £40m. One thing that we should point...

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League One Average Gates So Far This Season...

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League One Average Gates So Far This Season...

The League One campaign has started off to a flyer, Peterborough United taking the league by storm as Pompey and Sunderland continue hot on their heels... But score lines aside, we take a look at the average gates achieved so far this season. With many huge name clubs from Sunderland to Coventry City and Portsmouth firmly in the league, who will hold the biggest gates.   1 Sunderland 31,048 2 Portsmouth 18,661 3 Bradford City 16,617 4 Barnsley 11,953 5 Coventry City 11,432 6 Plymouth Argyle 9,448 7 Charlton Athletic 9,333 8 Luton Town 9,221 9 Bristol Rovers 8,642 10...

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WATCH: 20 years ago Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Arsenal and the Paolo Di Canio push

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WATCH:  20 years ago Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 Arsenal and the Paolo Di Canio push

Time certainly flies in football and yesterday marked 20 years since one of the most famous incidents in football occured. Wednesday were beating Arsenal 1-0 in a Premiership tie when Paolo Di Canio pushed over referee Paul Alcock after getting shown the red card for a clash with Gooner defender Martin Keown. Di Canio’s actions led to an 11 match ban and a £10,000 fine after Alcock’s dramatic tumble to the ground. Wim Jonk’s foul on Vieira in the middle of the pitch sparked the scuffle between players from both sides as Di Canio grabbed, kicked and pushed Martin Keown, earning...

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Every Championship club’s average home support this season

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Every Championship club’s average home support this season

This season has started with a bang. Leeds and Middlesbrough battling out for the top spot and fans of all clubs being happy the football is back. Crowds are looking good too with 14 clubs averaging attendances over 20,000 so far this season with every club having three home games and three away. But, if you take out away fans, which team has the highest average number of their own supporters in their stadiums? Check out the stats below, found via @EFLStats.   24. Rotherham United average 7785 home supporters per game 23. Brentford average 8777 home supporters per game 22....

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