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  1. A fit-again Cole vital to England

    It seems like Ashley Cole is definitely going to be fit for the World Cup, according to his Chelsea manager, and that has to be a great thing for England. The defender is recovering from a broken ankle and the country is not blessed with a plethora of great left-backs, so the return of someone with such experience would certainly improve their World Cup betting odds. A solid and experienced defence is going to be vital if England are to go far in South Africa, so the presence of Cole rather than ...
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  2. Leicester City Match Preview

    Monday 5th April 2010
    The Coca Cola Championship
    The Walkers Stadium
    Referee: T Kettle
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Leicester City (6th) V Queens Park Rangers (18th)
    By The Godfather


    With two fixtures in the space of a couple of days, I hope you excuse the fact that this is a shorter match preview than usual. After a disappointing result against a very poor Sheffield Wednesday side on Saturday afternoon, the Rs now face a very difficult game at play-off ...
  3. Sheffield Wednesday Match Report

    Saturday 23rd April 2010
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Referee: C H Webster
    Attendance: 13,405
    Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday
    By The Godfather


    Queens Park Rangers starting line-up: Ikeme, Gorkss, Hill, Stewart, Ramage, Taraabt, Ephraim, Leigertwood, Simpson, Priskin, Faurlin.

    Sheffield Wednesday starting line-up: Grant, Spurr, Purse, Beevers, Buxton, Nolan, Potter, Soares, O'Connor, Varney, Tudgay.
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  4. Interview with Peter Ramage

    You can view the Interview on the link below.

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  5. Sheffield Wednesday Match Preview

    Saturday 3rd April 2010
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Referee: C H Webster
    Kick-off: 15:00
    Queens Park Rangers (18th) V Sheffield Wednesday (20th)
    By The Godfather


    Queens Park Rangers have the opportunity to pull away from the relegation zone on Saturday afternoon, when they face fellow strugglers, Sheffield Wednesday, at Loftus Road. In my view, two more wins are needed to guarantee safety, and this is an excellent opportunity ...