What will it take to do well in Championship?

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  1. Aztattooedsean777

    Aztattooedsean777 Tattooed Football Fanatic

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    What improvements will we need to do to the team to succeed in the Championship League this next season and what in the future must be done to build up to hopefully getting up to the Premier League?


  2. David Hankey

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    Well it'll be interesting to see how City perform next season as there is a distinctive gap between the two Divisions.

    I'll be looking closely at Fryatt as he didn't do so well the season before when we were in a higher Division. I know he was injured a lot and has come on very well this season.

    In Pearson we have a terrific manager who has already started refining his squad.

    We have every resaon to be confident with some cracking games in prospect including relegated Newcastle United & Middlesborough.

    Local derbies will include promoted Peterboro', Nott'm Forest, Derby, Coventry and relegated WBA.

    The new season fixture list will be out on or around 17th. June!!

    David Hankey:)
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    It's been a very solid start for City, Newcastle result aside (and even then, Leicester dominated the first half). With N'Guessan, Leicester finally have a dangerous winger; they had no wide threats during their last spell in the Championship. The left side has been a problem, though, as Dyer has really been poor dating back to the middle of last season, Adams hasn't grabbed the starting job from him, and Gradel has been an enigma (Pearson even stuck Waghorn on the wing at Newcastle). I'm not sure what's up with Gradel (might be loaned?) but it couldn't hurt to put him out there once and see how he does, could it?

    I haven't been here in YEARS ... now I'm back and ready to talk Foxes.


  5. Mourinho's Mentor

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    I think knowing what to expect of the opposition and believing you can win. If yuo do this you are half way there.
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    Wow. This is the most profound statement I have ever read. You are, sir, a true genius. With just two sentences on a BigSoccer.com post, you have unlocked the secret of association football--and perhaps of life as well. Thank you, o, Great One.
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    for the most part, have enjoyed what I have seen this season so far.

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