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Assessing 2009/2010 Championship Prospects - QPR Included!

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- Dave Barton's Queens Park Rangers FC Championship Preview: Parts I & II (From barnsley to Newcastle)

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- QPR's Romone Rose Trialing/Playing for Northampton

- Lower Division Bargains: "Unplumbed talent pool in League One and Two"

- Cut Price Football Clubs Desperate to Sell

- U-19 Championship Final Today: England vs Ukraine

- Some Old QPR Photos (Updated)


- Much will be expected of the three clubs relegated from the Barclays Premier League when the new Coca-Cola Championship season kicks off.
- All eyes will be on Newcastle after a miserable season of turmoil on and off the pitch and their supporters will expect an immediate return to the top flight.
- But with Mike Ashley failing to sell the club over the summer and no manager in place a repeat of the 1992-93 campaign, in which they so impressively won the title under Kevin Keegan, would appear unlikely.
- Of the three teams relegated in 2007-08, only Birmingham managed to secure promotion last season, with Reading missing out in the play-offs and Derby finishing in the lower reaches.
- The previous season Charlton, Sheffield United and Watford all failed to regain their places in the top flight.
- Middlesbrough will be expected to mount a challenge in what will be a big season for manager Gareth Southgate.
- Stewart Downing has left for Aston Villa, but the likes of homegrown duo David Wheater and Adam Johnson are sure to play a key role for Boro, who will be playing in the second tier for the first time in 11 years.
- It will also be a period of transition for West Brom, who were relegated in their first season back in the top flight and have since lost manager Tony Mowbray to Celtic.
- Roberto di Matteo has replaced Mowbray after impressing during his first managerial role at MK Dons.
- The former Chelsea and Italy midfielder wasted little time in bringing in highly-rated striker Simon Cox in a £1.9million deal from Swindon and he will be expected to hit the ground running at The Hawthorns.
- Roy Keane will also be under the microscope having returned to management at Ipswich and he will be looking to make the sort of impact he did at Sunderland in his first spell in the Championship.
- Keane took the Black Cats from the bottom of the table to the title in his first season in charge and has taken on the challenge of taking the ambitious Suffolk outfit back into the Premier League for the first time since 2002.
- Sheffield United are expected to mount a promotion push after suffering play-off heartbreak at the hands of Burnley in May.
- Boss Kevin Blackwell considered his future after the 1-0 defeat to the Clarets but the former Leeds boss opted to stay on at Bramall Lane.
- Blackwell has lost highly-rated full-back Kyle Naughton over the summer but still has plenty of experience in his squad and will be targeting a tilt at promotion once again.
- Derby manager Nigel Clough will be looking to make strides in his first full season in charge at Pride Park.
- The Rams stressed the need for stability when Clough was appointed as Paul Jewell's successor in January but with season ticket sales soaring once again at Pride Park supporters will demand an improvement from last season's 18th-place finish.
- Derby's arch-rivals Nottingham Forest have been busy in the transfer market, with Billy Davies also preparing for his first full season at the helm.
- Forest flirted with relegation last season and Davies has brought in the likes of Paul McKenna, Chris Gunter, Dele Adebola, David McGoldrick and Paul Anderson to ensure there is no repeat performance this time round.
- Dave Jones' Cardiff missed out on the play-offs on the last day of last season and they will be looking for Michael Chopra to fire them into the top six this time round after he completed a permanent switch back to Ninian Park from Sunderland.
- New QPR manager Jim Magilton will also be under pressure to succeed as the wealthy Londoners look to return to the Premier League for the first time since 1996.
- Magilton has splashed out £3.5million on Argentinian playmaker Alejandro Faurlin to raise expectations levels even higher at Loftus Road.
- Brendan Rodgers will also be aiming for the top six after leaving Watford to become Steve Coppell's successor at Reading.
- Paulo Sousa has a hard act to follow at Swansea having replaced Roberto Martinez and a mid-table finish looks the best they can hope for along with Sheffield Wednesday, Coventry and Crystal Palace.
- Preston's most important piece of business of the summer was keeping manager Alan Irvine and they will be striving for the top six once again, as will Gary Johnson's Bristol City.
- Of the newly-promoted clubs, Leicester have more than enough quality to survive and Peterborough could spring a surprise or two, but Sc***horpe may struggle.
- Plymouth also look set for a difficult campaign along with Malky Mackay's Watford and Barnsley, who only just avoided the drop last season.
- Blackpool could be up against it and it would be no surprise to see Doncaster struggle in their second season at this level." Sporting Life

News of The World/Martin Hardy - Championship Preview
- JIM MAGILTON has the task of returning Rangers to the Premier League for the first time in 14 years after a season which saw three managers fail to deliver Flavio Briatore's vision of "boutique football".
- He sets out to succeed where Iain Dowie, Paulo Sousa and Gareth Ainsworth could not - and having failed to deliver in three years at Ipswich.
- Magilton will not complain at Briatore's rumoured meddling in team affairs. He said: "I value the opinions of everyone at the club - but in the end they'll agree that I'm right!"
- KEY MAN: Akos Buzsaky
Click To read entire club by club Championship Preview

Sunday Mirror - Ian Holloway to Ralph Ellis - Championship Preview
- Manager: Jim Magilton
- Unknown quantities. What will that money bring them? Too many changes too much instability. Jim Magilton has good players and if he gets a chance can give them leadership.
ODDS: 12/1
Click to Read entire Championship Preview

Sunday Mirror/Kevin Price and John Curle - BETTING ODDS
- Outright Betting: 9/2 Newcastle, 6/1 West Brom, Middlesbrough, 10/1 Ipswich, 11/1 Sheff Utd, 14/1 Reading, 16/1 Nottm Forest, 18/1 QPR, 20/1 Derby, 22/1 Cardiff, Leicester, 28/1 Preston, Bristol City, 33/1 Swansea, Crystal Palace, Sheff Wed, Peterborough, 50/1 Watford, 66/1 Doncaster, Plymouth, 80/1 Coventry, 100/1 Scunthorpe, Barnsley, 125-1 Blackpool. Ladbrokes.
- Relegation Betting: 6/4 Scunthorpe, 7/4 Barnsley, 9/4 Blackpool, Doncaster, 5/2 Plymouth, 4/1 Watford, Sheff Wed. 9/2 Bar. Coral.
- Top Goalscorer Betting: 12/1 A Alves (Middlesbrough), 14/1 M Chopra (Cardiff), S Cox (West Brom), 18/1 A Carroll (Newcastle), R McCormack (Cardiff), 20/1 S Long (Reading), C Evans (Sheff Utd), R Bednar (West Brom), M Fryatt (Leicester), R Earnshaw (Nottm Forest), L Moore (West Brom), F Sears (Crystal Palace). SkyBet. Sunday Mirror

- Other Betting: Current Championship Promotion Odds

The Times/John Aizelwood - The Championship Countdown
- Big spenders
- Cardiff City Never knowingly under-bought, chairman Peter Ridsdale has acquired David Marshall from Norwich to solve a long-standing goalkeeping problem, while Paul Quinn’s progress on and off the pitch will enthral. The former Motherwell captain was spared jail last year after being convicted of assault for attacking a man at a teammate’s birthday party. Mark Hudson and Anthony Gerrard had fine seasons at Charlton and Walsall respectively and if Michael Chopra has exorcised his demons, his return might make all the difference. Oh, and don’t forget their shiny new stadium.
- Ipswich Town Roy Keane’s new-face count stands at five. Surely by coincidence, three — Damien Delaney, Shane O’Connor and Colin Healy — hail from Keane’s Cork heartland. Former reserve Fulham defender Troy Brown is for the future, but Manchester United’s perpetually loaned Lee Martin could prove one of the summer’s better buys.
- Nottingham Forest An outlay of £4m has brought eight permanent new faces and Polish loanee Radoslaw Majewski. Dexter Blackstock should score goals, Paul McKenna should make them and Lee Camp should stop them. Even Forest were surprised Spurs allowed Chris Gunter to leave.
- Queens Park Rangers The Loftus Road money men are yet to flash the silly cash but the temperamental Adel Taarabt has arrived from Tottenham for another loan spell. The £3.5m spent on the Argentine midfielder Alejandro Faurlin and the arrival of Italian striker Alessandro Pellicori have excited and baffled in equal measure.
- Sheffield United So close to promotion last season, they have bought boldly: West Ham’s Kyel Reid, Manchester City’s Ched Evans, Watford’s nippy Lee Williamson and Keith Treacy, on loan from Blackburn. Hull’s Ryan France is injury-prone but Tranmere’s Andy Taylor looks a genuine coup.

Teams to watch
- West Brom Roberto di Matteo might not have been Albion’s first choice for head coach but his love of silk and steel should make him the right one. If he can merge the two, Albion will bounce back whence they came.
- Crystal Palace Neil Warnock seems to have lost his managerial vim, while owner Simon Jordan has certainly mislaid his wallet. May be trouble ahead.
- Leicester City They ended last season as Division One champions, seven points clear. They scored the most goals in the division and conceded the fewest, losing just four times. They’ve bought cannily, so the only way is up, possibly to the playoffs.
- Newcastle United Last season they were sunk under the weight of off-the-field chaos, shockingly bad buys and the sense that however bad things got, they were about to get worse. Now they have no manager, an owner keen to sell and no summer signings. Still, a closely fought 6-1 pre-season defeat at mighty Leyton Orient suggests there is no cause for any concern. At all.
- Preston North End They overachieved last season and although manager Alan Irvine spurned West Bromwich Albion’s come hither beckonings, Deepdale has enjoyed an ominously quiet summer.

Players to treasure
- Afonso Alves (Middlesbrough) Gareth Southgate spent £12m of Steve Gibson’s money on the lumbering Brazilian, who last season scored his fourth and last league goal in January. Last month, he neglected to return on time for pre-season training. Boro fans, not entirely unreasonably perceiving a lack of commitment, tend to wish he’d neglected to return at all.
- Freddy Eastwood (Coventry City) Spent the summer being fined £1,599 for fly-tipping offences. Spent last season scoring four goals and struggling for form, pace and confidence, leaving City fans to reflect through the Ricoh gloom that they might just as well have fly-tipped Eastwood’s £1.2m fee.
- Ben Burgess (Blackpool) At a cake-friendly 14st 4lb, Burgess ought to cause fireworks in rival penalty areas, but Blackpool’s No 9 hasn’t scored since just before Bonfire Night.
- Simon Walton (Plymouth) Being omitted from Argyle’s pre-season tour hardly augurs well for last summer’s record signing. Neither does a dispute over his best position with manager Paul Sturrock, who described him as ‘stupid . . . petulant . . . a big disappointment’ after a red card at Barnsley.
- Gorka Pintado (Swansea) This time last year, Swansea’s then manager Roberto Martinez said Pintado was worth £7m. The Spanish striker turned out to be an injury-prone 30-something journeyman. This summer somebody — one Senor Pintado, to be precise — has suggested he is the man to assume the departed Jason Scotland’s mantle. He could be wrong.
- Borja Valero (West Brom) Albion paid a whopping £4.7m for the not-so-great Valero. Albion fans could forgive Leon Barnett’s howlers and Pele for not playing like Pele, but they struggled with someone whose lackadaisical performances displayed all the urgency of an especially slothful deck chair attendant.
- To go up
West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield United
Ipswich Town, Nottingham Forest, Leicester City, Cardiff City
To go down
Scunthorpe, Plymouth, Barnsley
Sunday Times

INDEPENDENT on SUNDAY - Independent/Tom Jones - Championship preview: The season ahead
Excerpt "....Queens Park Rangers.... Key man: Damion Stewart.
Last season: 10th. Title odds: 19-1. Prediction: 10th. Pressure will be on Magilton if expectations exceed results."


In: O Sodje (York, free).

Out: H Muller (Mainz, £600,000), D Souza (Qatar, free), D Leon (Palmas, free), M Van Homoet, K Letheren (both released).

Manager: Simon Davey. Key man: Brian Howard

Last season: 20th. Title odds: 101-1 (Ladbrokes). Prediction: 22nd. The Tykes may lack the inspiration and goals to stay up.


In: J Euell (Southampton, free).

Out: S Barker (Derby, undisclosed), S Green (Wycombe, free), D Fox (Colchester, free), M Broomes (released).

Manager: Ian Holloway. Key Man: Paul Rachubka.

Last season: 16th. Title odds: 126-1. Prediction: 23rd. Holloway must settle fast to give the Seasiders any chance.

Bristol City

In: L Nyatanga (Derby, undisc), D Haynes (Ipswich, undisc), P Hartley (Celtic, free), D Gerken (Colchester, undisc), D Clarkson (Motherwell, free), A Blackman (Portsmouth, free).

Out: I Irekpen (Hamilton, free), D Adebola (Nottm Forest, free), C Weale (Leicester, free), J Myrie-Williams (Dundee Utd, free), S Murray (Yeovil, free), P Styvar (Xanthi, loan).

Manager: Gary Johnson. Key man: Nicky Maynard.

Last season: 12th. Title odds: 29-1. Prediction: 14th. Mid-table finish beckons as Robins lack real quality in key positions.

Cardiff City

In: M Chopra (Sunderland, £4m), A Gerrard (Walsall, undisc), P Quinn (Motherwell, undisc), M Hudson (Charlton, undisc), D Marshall (Norwich, undisc).

Out: R Johnson (Birmingham, £5m), D Dennehy (Hereford, loan), D Purse (Sheffield Wed, free).

Manager: Dave Jones. Key man: Ross McCormack.

Last season: 7th. Title odds: 23-1. Prediction: 7th. Keeping hold of McCormack could prove vital.

Coventry City

In: S Clingan (Norwich, undisc).

Out: S Dann (Birmingham, undisc), D Fox (Celtic, £1.5m), S Fraser (Falkirk, free), R Simpson (Huddersfield, undisc), D Simmonds (released).

Manager: Chris Coleman. Key man: Keiren Westwood. Last season: 17th. Title odds: 81-1. Prediction: 18th. Goalkeeper Westwood must continue his excellent form to ensure safety.

Crystal Palace

In: S John (Southampton, undisc), D Ambrose (Charlton, free), F Sears (West Ham, loan).

Out: R Wiggins (Norwich, undisc), P Ifill (Wellington, free), J Scowcroft (Leyton Orient, free), C Fletcher (Plymouth, free), S Flinders (released).

Manager: Neil Warnock. Key man: Shaun Derry

Last season: 15th. Title odds: 34-1. Prediction: 16th. Play-offs a pipedream for Warnock's men.

Derby County

In: S Barker (Blackpool, £1m), D Moxey (Exeter, undisc), J Buxton (Burton, undisc), B Pringle (Ilkeston, undisc), L Croft (Norwich, free).

Out: T Mears (Burnley, undisc), L Putzinson (Brighton, undisc), L Nyatanga (Bristol City, undisc), E Villa (Cruz Azul, undisc), A Todd (Perth Glory, free), L Price (Brentford, loan).

Manager: Nigel Clough. Key man: Giles Barnes.

Last season: 18th. Title odds: 21-1. Prediction: 8th. Exciting blend make the Rams an outside bet for playoffs.

Doncaster Rovers

In: None.

Out: R Wellens (Leicester, £1.2m), J Price (Millwall, free), G Greer (Swindon, free).

Manager: Sean O'Driscoll. Key man: Brian Stock

Last season: 14th. Title odds: 67-1. Prediction: 20th. Home form crucial to survival chances.

Ipswich Town

In: C Healy (Cork, undisc), L Martin (Man Utd, undisc), D Delaney (QPR, undisc), S O'Connor (Liverpool, free).

Out: J Rhodes (Huddersfield, undisc), D Harding (Soton, free), D Haynes (Bristol City, free), T Miller (Sheff Wed, free), M Richards, I Campo, C Casement, K Robinson, D Bowditch (all released).

Manager: Roy Keane. Key man: Richard Wright.

Last season: 9th. Title odds: 11-1. Prediction: 6th. Tractor Boys should motor into play-offs with Keane momentum.

Leicester City

In: R Wellens (Doncaster, £1.2m), D N'Guessan (Lincoln, undisc), J Hobbs (Liverpool, undisc), W Brown (Hull, free), C Weale (Bristol City, free), R Neilson (Hearts, free), A Ajdaveric (Liverpool, free).

Out: P Kisnorbo (Leeds, free), B McKay (Northampton, free), B Hayles (Cheltenham, free), J Cobb (Wycombe, free).

Manager: Nigel Pearson. Key man: Matt Fryatt

Last season: 1st (League One)

Title odds: 23-1. Prediction: 12th. Mid-table finish should be certain.


In: D Coyne (Tranmere, free), M Yeates (Colchester, undisc).

Out: S Downing (Aston Villa, £12m), R Turnbull (Chelsea, free), G Owens (Kilmarnock, free).

Manager: Gareth Southgate. Key man: David Wheater.

Last season: 19th (Premier League). Title odds: 7-1. Prediction: 2nd. Southgate's young side need to adapt quickly.

Newcastle United

In: None.

Out: O Martins (Wolfsburg, £9m), M Owen (Man Utd, free), D Edgar (Burnley, free), M Viduka, P Lovenkrands (both released).

Manager: Chris Hughton (caretaker). Key man: Steven Taylor.

Last season: 18th (Premier League). Title odds: 11-2. Prediction: 1st. Toon should still gain promotion, despite off-field woes.

Nottingham Forest

In: C Gunter (Spurs, £1.75m), P McKenna (Preston, £750,000), P Anderson (Liverpool, £250,000), J Lynch (Brighton, £200,000), D Blackstock (QPR, undisc), L Camp (QPR, undisc), D McGoldrick (Southampton, undisc), D Adebola (Bristol City, free), R Majewski (Warsaw, loan).

Out: H Bencherif (Macclesfield, free), M Thornhill (Brighton, loan), M Byrne (Rushden and Diamonds, loan), S Redmond (Burton, loan), J Reid (Rushden and Diamonds, loan), J Heath (Lincoln, loan), B Moloney (Notts County, loan), L Hook, R Whitehurst, R Tait, T Sharpe, E Sinclair, A Newbold, P Gamble, I Breckin (all released).

Manager: Billy Davies. Key man: Chris Gunter.

Last season: 19th. Title odds: 17-1. Prediction: 9th. Could be a danger this season.

Peterborough United

In: D Mills (Crawley, undisc), R McCrae (Crawley, undisc), T Rowe (Stockport, undisc), L Frecklington (Lincoln, undisc), T Diagouraga (Hereford, undisc), K Pearce (Birmingham, loan).

Out: C Westwood (Wycombe, free), S Rendell (Torquay, loan), A Potter (Oxford United, loan).

Manager: Darren Ferguson. Key man: Craig Mackail-Smith.

Last season: 2nd (League One). Title odds: 34-1. Prediction: 15th. All eyes will be on Ferguson as his youthful Posh look to continue their rapid rise.

Plymouth Argyle

In: R Johnson (Amiens, undisc), B Wright-Phillips (Southampton, free), C Fletcher (Crystal Palace, free), K Arnason (Aarhus, free).

Out: J Easter (MK Dons, undisc), Mpenza (Sion, free), R Douala (released).

Manager: Paul Sturrock. Key man: Roman Larrieu.

Last season: 21st. Title odds: 67-1. Prediction: 21st. Lack of funds signals a season of stuggle.

Preston North End

In: None.

Out: P McKenna (Nottm Forest, £750,000), C Neal (Shrewsbury, free), S Whaley (Norwich, undisc).

Manager: Alan Irvine. Key man: Neil Mellor.

Last season: 6th. Title odds: 29-1. Prediction: 13th. Loss of captain McKenna leaves play-offs chances looking remote.

Queens Park Rangers

In: A Pellicori (Avellimo, free), A Taarabt (Spurs, loan).

Out: D Blackstock (Nottm Forest, undisc), L Camp (Nottm Forest, undisc), D Delaney (Ipswich, undisc), J Cole (Barnet, free), Z Rehman (Bradford, free)

Manager: Jim Magilton. Key man: Damion Stewart.

Last season: 10th. Title odds: 19-1. Prediction: 10th. Pressure will be on Magilton if expectations exceed results.


In: None.

Out: K Doyle (Wolves, undisc), M Hahnemann (Wolves, free), M Duberry (Wycombe, free), S Golbourne (Exeter, free), D Spence (Salisbury, free), McCarthy (Yeovil, loan).

Manager: Brendan Rodgers. Key man: Stephen Hunt.

Last season: 4th. Title odds: 15-1. Prediction: 5th. Hunt brothers at heart of push for promotion.

Sc***horpe United

In: A Boyes (York, undisc), R Jones (Hibernian, undisc), M O'Connor (Crewe, undisc), J Wright (Charlton, free).

Out: None.

Manager: Nigel Adkins. Key man: Matt Sparrow.

Last season: 6th (League One). Title odds: 101-1. Prediction: 24th. Relegation favourites will struggle to survive with small squad.

Sheffield United

In: C Evans (Man City, £3m), L Williamson (Watford, undisc), A Taylor (Tranmere, undisc), R France (Hull, free), K Reid (West Ham, free), K Treacy (Blackburn, loan), K Walker (Spurs, loan).

Out: K Naughton (Spurs, undisc), K Walker (Spurs, undisc), J Anderson (Rotherham, free), N Law (Rotherham, free), A Chapman (Oxford, £15,000), K Quinn, B Starosta, D Webber, U Ehiogu (all released).

Manager: Kevin Blackwell. Key man: Ched Evans.

Last season: 3rd. Title odds: 12-1. Prediction: 3rd. Arrival of Evans will sharpen the Blades' promotion efforts.

Sheffield Wednesday

In: D Potter (Wolves, undisc), T Miller (Ipswich, free), D Purse (Cardiff, free).

Out: K Lunt (Hereford, free).

Manager: Brian Laws. Key man: Marcus Tudgay.

Last season: 11th. Title odds: 34-1. Prediction: 17th. Owls supporters likely to languish in neighbours' shadow.

Swansea City

In: N Dyer (Southampton, £400,000), J Lopez (Real Mallorca, undisc), S Dobie (Queen of the South, free).

Out: J Scotland (Wigan, £2m), O Tudor-Jones (Norwich, undisc), C Jones (Grimsby, free).

Manager: Paulo Sousa. Key man: Ferrie Bodde.

Last season: 8th. Title odds: 34-1. Prediction: 11th. High-profile exits likely to hamper their promotion hopes.


In: J Travner (CMC Publikum Celje, undisc), D Graham (Carlisle, free), S Severin (Aberdeen, free).

Out: T Robinson (Huddersfield, undisc), L Williamson (Sheffield United, undisc), S Searle (MK Dons, free).

Manager: Malky Mackay. Key man: Jay DeMerit.

Last season: 13th. Title odds: 51-1. Prediction: 19th. Another transitional year.

West Bromwich Albion

In: S Cox (Swindon, £1.5m).

Out: S MacDonald (Germinal, £650,000), Kim Do-Heon (Suwon Samsung Bluewings, £360,000), L Daniels (Tranmere, loan), P Robinson (Bolton, loan).

Manager: Roberto Di Matteo. Key man: Jonathan Greening.

Last season: 20th (Premier League). Title odds: 7-1. Prediction: 4th. May just miss out. Independent

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