Efl Championship

26 May 19
The Sun
A SUNDERLAND fan cracked his head open after diving into a Trafalgar Square fountain in just his boxers. The supporter tried to channel his inner Tom Daley when he launched himself into the water ahead of the Black Cats’ play-off final against Charlton. One Sunderland fan dived into a fountain at Trafalgar Square ahead of his side’s play-off final The man split open his head and had blood pouring down his face While Sunderland’s players were making their final preparations for the Wembley clash, their supporters were getting their spirits up in the capital. As the majority of fans enjoyed the sun with a few beverages, one fan could not resist taking a dip. He stripped down to his underpants, remembering to take off his watch. Then with a little dance, he made his way to the edge of fountain. Cheered on and with a slap on the bum, he took the plunge. BLOOD ON YOUR FACE It was only when he resurfaced and sat in the fountain that it became clear he did not realise how shallow the water was. The supporter split his head open, leaving blood pouring down his forehead and nose. But it was another Sunderland fans who pointed out the injury with the soaked fan seemingly oblivious to his wound. One person can be heard shouting: “Oh, he’s banged his head.” Another asked: “Did that hurt?” Others chanted: “Legend, legend, legend.” And at the end of the video, someone tells him: “Do it again, do it again.” Sunderland fans are having the time of their lives ahead of their play-off final this afternoon 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/xvcbV4CBu3 — The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) May 26, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”Latest EFL news” posts_category=”7304″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] Jack Ross will be hoping his side don’t suffer with similar slip ups when they take to the Wembley pitch this afternoon. Sunderland are the slight favourites after seeing off Portsmouth in their semi-final. But Lee Bowyer’s Charlton – especially Lyle Taylor – are determined to get the Addicks back into the Championship. He stripped down to his boxers before being egged on by those around him Fellow supporters helped get him back out before they head to Wembley [bc_video video_id=”6040868112001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Charlton star Lyle Taylor desperate to win play-off promotion for the Addicks’ terminally-ill 82-year-old super fan after turning down Sunderland”]
26 May 19
The Scottish Sun
A SUNDERLAND fan cracked his head open after diving into a Trafalgar Square fountain in just his boxers. The supporter tried to channel his inner Tom Daley when he launched himself into the water ahead of the Black Cats’ play-off final against Charlton. One Sunderland fan dived into a fountain at Trafalgar Square ahead of his side’s play-off final The man split open his head and had blood pouring down his face While Sunderland’s players were making their final preparations for the Wembley clash, their supporters were getting their spirits up in the capital. As the majority of fans enjoyed the sun with a few beverages, one fan could not resist taking a dip. He stripped down to his underpants, remembering to take off his watch. Then with a little dance, he made his way to the edge of fountain. Cheered on and with a slap on the bum, he took the plunge. BLOOD ON YOUR FACE It was only when he resurfaced and sat in the fountain that it became clear he did not realise how shallow the water was. The supporter split his head open, leaving blood pouring down his forehead and nose. But it was another Sunderland fans who pointed out the injury with the soaked fan seemingly oblivious to his wound. One person can be heard shouting: “Oh, he’s banged his head.” Another asked: “Did that hurt?” Others chanted: “Legend, legend, legend.” And at the end of the video, someone tells him: “Do it again, do it again.” Sunderland fans are having the time of their lives ahead of their play-off final this afternoon 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/xvcbV4CBu3 — The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) May 26, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”Latest EFL news” posts_category=”218″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] Jack Ross will be hoping his side don’t suffer with similar slip ups when they take to the Wembley pitch this afternoon. Sunderland are the slight favourites after seeing off Portsmouth in their semi-final. But Lee Bowyer’s Charlton – especially Lyle Taylor – are determined to get the Addicks back into the Championship. He stripped down to his boxers before being egged on by those around him Fellow supporters helped get him back out before they head to Wembley [bc_video video_id=”6040868112001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Charlton star Lyle Taylor desperate to win play-off promotion for the Addicks’ terminally-ill 82-year-old super fan after turning down Sunderland”]
26 May 19
The Irish Sun
A SUNDERLAND fan cracked his head open after diving into a Trafalgar Square fountain in just his boxers. The supporter tried to channel his inner Tom Daley when he launched himself into the water ahead of the Black Cats’ play-off final against Charlton. One Sunderland fan dived into a fountain at Trafalgar Square ahead of his side’s play-off final The man split open his head and had blood pouring down his face While Sunderland’s players were making their final preparations for the Wembley clash, their supporters were getting their spirits up in the capital. As the majority of fans enjoyed the sun with a few beverages, one fan could not resist taking a dip. He stripped down to his underpants, remembering to take off his watch. Then with a little dance, he made his way to the edge of fountain. Cheered on and with a slap on the bum, he took the plunge. BLOOD ON YOUR FACE It was only when he resurfaced and sat in the fountain that it became clear he did not realise how shallow the water was. The supporter split his head open, leaving blood pouring down his forehead and nose. But it was another Sunderland fans who pointed out the injury with the soaked fan seemingly oblivious to his wound. One person can be heard shouting: “Oh, he’s banged his head.” Another asked: “Did that hurt?” Others chanted: “Legend, legend, legend.” And at the end of the video, someone tells him: “Do it again, do it again.” Sunderland fans are having the time of their lives ahead of their play-off final this afternoon 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/xvcbV4CBu3 — The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) May 26, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”Latest EFL news” posts_category=”567″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] Jack Ross will be hoping his side don’t suffer with similar slip ups when they take to the Wembley pitch this afternoon. Sunderland are the slight favourites after seeing off Portsmouth in their semi-final. But Lee Bowyer’s Charlton – especially Lyle Taylor – are determined to get the Addicks back into the Championship. He stripped down to his boxers before being egged on by those around him Fellow supporters helped get him back out before they head to Wembley [bc_video video_id=”6040868112001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Charlton star Lyle Taylor desperate to win play-off promotion for the Addicks’ terminally-ill 82-year-old super fan after turning down Sunderland”]
26 May 19
Feeling Blue

Ipswich, Brentford and Coventry linked with Aaron Pierre Left-sided centre-back under contract at the Cobblers until 2020 More competition for Chambers and co needed? Several EFL clubs have been linked with a move for Northampton Town Centre-Back Aaron Pierre. The 26-year-old is a full-Grenadian international, having played five times for the Spice Boys. With James […]

26 May 19
High Velocity Sport

English Football League: Clubs ‘reliant on owners’, says EFL chief https://bbc.in/2W2zID2 EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey was managing director of Bradford City when they achieved promotion to the Premier League in 1999 Football needs “to look at how it treats the owners at some of its clubs” as without them, fans “wouldn’t have a club”, […]

26 May 19
talkSPORT
Charlton take on Sunderland in the League One play-off final this weekend in a repeat of their classic 20 years ago. The two sides famously met in the Division One play-off final in 1998 which ended in a 4-4 thriller and Charlton winning on penalties. Charlton take on Sunderland in the League One play-off final this weekend Now the two will face off again as they strive to join Luton and Barnsley in securing promotion to the Championship. Charlton beat Doncaster on penalties while Sunderland edged past Portsmouth to set up the final. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST EFL NEWS” posts_category=”71″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Charlton vs Sunderland: Date and kick-off time The match will take place on Sunday, May 26 and will kick-off at 3pm. In the regular season, Sunderland won 2-1 at home thanks to Lynden Gooch’s 90th-minute strike before it ended in a 1-1 draw at the Valley. Charlton vs Sunderland: TV channel and live stream The game will be live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event. Coverage will begin on Football at 2:30pm but due to the Monaco Grand Prix, it will start at 4pm on Main Event. If you are a Sky customer, download the Sky Go app which will allow you to live stream on devices including mobiles, tablets, game consoles, PCs and Macs. And if you’re not a Sky subscriber, you can still watch on your mobile, tablet, PC or TV box by purchasing a NOW TV pass from just £8.99. Charlton take on Sunderland in the League One play-off final Charlton vs Sunderland: talkSPORT coverage Mark Saggers will host our live coverage of the League One Play-Off final and we’ll have full commentary live from Wembley from 2pm. To tune in just click here for the live stream or click the radio player below. [iframe src=”https%3A%2F%2Fcdn2.talksport.com%2Ftscdn%2Ftalksport%2Fembed_player%2Ftalksport_1.html” height=”125″ /]
26 May 19
The Stacey West

Lincoln City will likely play at St Andrew’s in league action next season for the first time since 1955, but the opponents won’t be Birmingham City. Instead, crisis-club Coventry City will seemingly be playing their home matches there after talks to remain at the Ricoh Arena broke down. It’s the second time the Sky Blues […]

26 May 19
JCN GokaiNet

At the end of each season, 4 teams that barely misses the automatic promotion spots in the league standings will play a 2-leg 4-team tournament to determine the final team who would get promoted to higher leagues. In the 2019 renditions of English Football League playoffs that features the four teams that are the subject […]

26 May 19
Archy Worldys

They won the Champions League together, were team-mates for three Premier League title campaigns and stood side by side at World Championships and European Championships. Whether in the blue of Chelsea or the White of England, Frank Lampard and John Terry were often inseparable. Stream the EFL Championship Final LIVE with beIN SPORTS on KAYO. […]

26 May 19
Arcynewsy

They won the Champions League together, they were teammates for three campaigns awarded in the Premier League, and they sided side by side at the World Cup and European Championships. Both in the Chelsea blue and in the white of England, Frank Lampard and John Terry were often inseparable. Stream the final of the EFL […]

26 May 19
News Archives Uk

This is the opinion of the former boss of Crystal Palace and Blackpool, Ian Holloway. Chelsea is requesting a two-window transfer ban from FIFA for the transfer of juvenile players to the Sports Arbitration Court. The club vehemently denies any wrongdoing, but the ban was not suspended during the appeal, which means that they can […]

26 May 19
Electronic_learning

Article of the day for May 26, 2019 is History of Aston Villa F.C. (1961–present). The history of Aston Villa F.C. since 1961 includes a European Cup victory in 1982 and a loss in the 2018 EFL Championship play-off Final. After a change of ownership and management for the club and successive relegations, they returned […]

26 May 19
Goal EPL

The 2018/19 season was the 27th of the Premier League after its formation in 1992. After numerous discussions with football authorities, players and television broadcasters, the First Division clubs resigned from the Football League in May 1992 and the Premier League was formed, with the inaugural campaign starting on Saturday 15 August of that year. Below, each of […]

26 May 19
Damion Frye

The Wikipedia article of the day for May 26, 2019 is History of Aston Villa F.C. (1961–present). The history of Aston Villa F.C. since 1961 includes a European Cup victory in 1982 and a loss in the 2018 EFL Championship play-off Final. After a change of ownership and management for the club and successive relegations, […]