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The Football League Thread 2016/2017

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Mitrovic & Gayle up front gotta be the best Championship partnership of all time?

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Carroll, Best and Ranger got them over 100pts 

needs to happen again

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Matt Richie signed as well 

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TRANSFER RESULTS 16/17

Departures: 159
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Transfer revenues: £32,427,500 
Income per club: £1,351,146 
Expenditures per club: £203,947
Arrivals: 86
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Transfer expenses: £40,919,000 
Expenditures per club: £1,704,958 
Expenditures per player: £475,802
Total balance
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Total balance: £-8,491,500 
Balance per club: £-353,813 
Balance per player: £-271,856

 

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The format of the 2016-17 EFL Trophy, which will include 15 Premier League academy sides, has been confirmed.

League One and League Two clubs will play alongside invited Category One academies. Championship Newcastle's academy team has also been invited.

The 16 groups of four teams will each comprise an academy side with the top two from each qualifying for the first knockout round of 32 teams.

 

The group stage draw will be announced by the EFL in due course.

Known last season as the Football League Trophy and sponsored by Johnstone's Paint, the competition has been rebranded for this season along with the Football League as a whole.

Barnsley beat League Two Oxford United 3-2 at Wembley in front of a crowd of more than 59,000 in last season's final.

The 16 Category One Academies invited to take part in the EFL Trophy in 2016-17:

  • Arsenal
  • Chelsea
  • Everton
  • Leicester City
  • Liverpool
  • Manchester City
  • Manchester United
  • Middlesbrough
  • Newcastle United
  • Southampton
  • Stoke City
  • Sunderland
  • Swansea City
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • West Bromwich Albion
  • West Ham United
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Hmmmmmmmm

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Marcus Edwards to body these league sides.

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Orient been buying  bare decent players. Kevin Nolan dipped yesterday.

 

Mcanuff and Pritchard gone 

 

Bought some  CB from St truiden 

 

Hessenthaler manager.

 

Intrigued to see what they di

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5 hours ago, Tee said:

The format of the 2016-17 EFL Trophy, which will include 15 Premier League academy sides, has been confirmed.

League One and League Two clubs will play alongside invited Category One academies. Championship Newcastle's academy team has also been invited.

The 16 groups of four teams will each comprise an academy side with the top two from each qualifying for the first knockout round of 32 teams.

 

The group stage draw will be announced by the EFL in due course.

Known last season as the Football League Trophy and sponsored by Johnstone's Paint, the competition has been rebranded for this season along with the Football League as a whole.

Barnsley beat League Two Oxford United 3-2 at Wembley in front of a crowd of more than 59,000 in last season's final.

The 16 Category One Academies invited to take part in the EFL Trophy in 2016-17:

  • Arsenal
  • Chelsea
  • Everton
  • Leicester City
  • Liverpool
  • Manchester City
  • Manchester United
  • Middlesbrough
  • Newcastle United
  • Southampton
  • Stoke City
  • Sunderland
  • Swansea City
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • West Bromwich Albion
  • West Ham United
 

Weve rejected the invitation along with chelsea, liverpool and united according to reports

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We've entered. Fucking disgraceful making a mockery of football

 

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Newcastle signing Diame for £4.5m great signing 

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How you gonna field a team? Aren't Most of your players are out on loan... and the tournament is scheduled during youth international breaks?

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championship-efl-ian-holloway-english-fo

 

Lol Holloway <<<<<

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"Each Development team is supposed to field at least six under-21 players in their starting XI, whereas every Football League side is required to field a certain amount of first-team players. Each team will face each other only once in the group stage, with penalty shootouts to follow any draw to award an additional point (a la the International Champions Cup scoring system). The final set to take place at Wembley Stadium, in April 2017. For further details on the tournament, look no further than Youthhawk's dedicated Wiki.

http://youthhawk.co.uk/wiki/2016-17_EFL_Trophy

What sort of team Chelsea will be able to field will largely depend on who heads out on loan and who remains at Cobham.  In addition to the EFL Trophy and the Premier League 2, Chelsea will also compete in the Premier League International Cup and various competitions at the U18 level.  It's still unknown whether the U19s will be invited back to defend their UEFA Youth League trophy (since they didn't qualify automatically through either the domestic champions path or via the senior team)."

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😅😅

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LOL Holloway is mental though.

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Didnt realise it starts on friday 

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Wolves are going in

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Zenga tho 😂😂

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Signing a load of hyped youngsters to play in the toughest league in the world only gonna end in tears. 

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Good move for the lad.

 

 

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Fulham Vs Newcastle gonna be a cracker tonight 

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fulham 1-0

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why is McClaren talking with so much bass the cheeky cunt :rofl:

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Him and Holloway were talking so much breeze 

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dsbjdsjbdsjdso Man brought the ball down on his back

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That skill from the RB 😱

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How many london teams in the championship? 

Should be easy money everytime newcastle come down

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