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    Posted: 08 Aug 2015 at 1:40pm
I know there's a few fans of the "lower" tiers of English football and League 1 is getting increasingly competitive every season

To go up:
Sheff Utd
Wigan

Jimmy Floyd Hassalbaink had his Burton Albion team playing great football last season, only lost 3 times since he took over (2 of them was in the space of 3 days) I feel if they can replicate some sort of that form they can sneak a 6th place playoff promotion

To go down:
Blackpool
Colchester
Crewe

Blackpool may stay up if they can finally get that lowlife Oyston to sell up
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Che Adams gonna tear this league up this year
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3 up and 4 down Coyne, I agree with your selections though. Would add Barnsley up and Peterborough down-bit of a surprise but I thinm the club is in free fall
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Yeah couldn't think of the 4th team to go down PM.

On top of my head I'll go with Southend, I love Phil Brown but he's spent years trying to get them into League 1 and I think all that effort could just be for 1 season
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That Football League show on Channel 5 they purchased from the BBC is the most awful thing I've seen on TV. I mean rather watch stuff like the X-Factor.

"Tell me what happened to Sheff Utd this afternoon"
"Well... They lost"

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I flicked on for 10 minutes. Very very awkward
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It's worst than the show that used to be on ITV on early Sunday mornings.
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Hummmm not sure really have to give it time . Look at least it's on early ish anyway .
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Blackpool striker Nile Ranger, 24, has been turned away from training and told he has no future at the League One club. (Blackpool Gazette) 

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Wigan to go up, I honestly think theres more chance of us finishing in the bottom half, the squad is unrecognisable Disapprove Looking forward to catching an away game this season, we brought 2000 to Coventry not bad for a team in League1 with "no fans". On the plus Jossi Jaaskalanen signed at the tender age of 40 LOL
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Originally posted by PhilliyK PhilliyK wrote:

Che Adams gonna tear this league up this year

See he got a brace this weekend, mind you if Sheff Utd don't go up this year I can imagine some club in the higher leagues will tempt him away!

Burton finally lost, no shame in narrowly losing to a club coming down from the Championship when you're coming up from League 2.
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checking in begrudgingly : ( There was a Wigan fan on here a bit last year

we may need a league 2 thread this time next year. 0-4 home defeat to Coventry jesus wept and knocked out of cup by Barnet. 

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Armstrong for coventry looks an excellent player. Wouldnt be surprised if Newcastle called him back in january
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Originally posted by max max wrote:

Wigan to go up, I honestly think theres more chance of us finishing in the bottom half, the squad is unrecognisable Disapprove Looking forward to catching an away game this season, we brought 2000 to Coventry not bad for a team in League1 with "no fans". On the plus Jossi Jaaskalanen signed at the tender age of 40 LOL

Looks like you're right, losing to Gillingham is a very poor result.

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Erm Gillingham are top are they not and look to be a decent outfit at home this season, did they not hammer someone else 4-0 the other week

United looking decent and good response to that shocker on the opening day, all 4 forwards scored now as well
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Originally posted by PhilliyK PhilliyK wrote:

Erm Gillingham are top are they not and look to be a decent outfit at home this season, did they not hammer someone else 4-0 the other week

United looking decent and good response to that shocker on the opening day, all 4 forwards scored now as well

Care to mention who that someone was? Wink

I thought they were bang average last season, but I've noticed a young fella called Bradley Dack has scored for them every game this season.. Some form.
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worst Millwall side in my lifetime. 

we may need a league 2 thread this time next year :(

We stupidly thought that league 1 would be full of lairy big lumps but it has not been the case. We have been outplayed technically over the last few home games (Barnet, Coventry, Barnsley and Chesterfield)

Dark dark times. 

 
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