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Premier and Football League announce fixture changes

We realise the World Cup isn’t even over yet but we’re already getting pretty excited about the domestic season. You know what it’s like, the season ends and, unless you’re one of the lucky few to win a trophy or gain promotion, it’s all grumbles about mid-table nothingness and rubbish football. After all, we’ve all heard someone mutter the immortal phrase, “That’s it for me, I’m never going back!”

Toon fans’ anger at TV switch

Newcastle fans have been contacting us in their droves after hearing that their game against Plymouth Argyle in April has been shifted to a Monday night kick-off for the purposes of Sky TV. Originally scheduled for Saturday 17th April, the two sides will now kick off at 7.45pm on Monday 19th April.

FA Semis To Be Hit By Travel Strikes?

Fans’ travel arrangements for this weekend’s FA Cup semi-finals may be hit by industrial action on the travel networks. Around 140 members of the Transport Salaried Staff Association (TSSA) of the British Transport Police will be going on strike from 7am Saturday 18th April until 7am Monday 20th April, with the possibility of further action on Saturday 30 May, which would coincide with the FA Cup Final.

Moyes’ blues over Wembley semi

Everton boss David Moyes has criticised the FA’s decision to host all FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley following the Toffees’ quarter-final victory over Middlesbrough. Everton came from behind to secure victory at Goodison Park yesterday with second-half goals from Marouane Fellaini and Louis Saha cancelling out David Wheater’s 44th minute opener.

Premier League fears over internet streaming

The Premier League has admitted the threat that internet streaming has on football’s finances as more and more fans turn to online viewing.

TrainStrain – The Sequel

Football fans have been warned that large sections of the nation’s railway network will be subject to severe disruptions during the next THREE weeks.

Train strain as pre-season disruptions announced

Planning to let the train take the strain as you travel to pre-season friendly or over the next fortnight or so?

Fans kick-off as times are moved

Fans across England are once again letting off steam on message boards and newspaper letter-pages as news filtered through of the Premier League’s re-scheduled kick-off times.

FC United of Manchester fans to vote with their feet

Fans of FC United of Manchester are ready to become the first set of football supporters in the country to boycott a game which has been shifted to suit television schedules.

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