League One Play-off Semi-Final 2016/17

With League One Finals getting closer, we are wondering: who is going to win on the 20 May? On 4 May, Bradford defeated Fleetwood 1-0 in a game they dominated throughout, with the ball in their possession 65% of the time. Rory McArdle’s skilful header on 77 minutes gave them a winning goal. Bradford City boss Stuart McCall seems determined to keep up the tempo. These are his words after the game: "We won't just go there to sit and try to defend. The best form of defence is to attack and that's what we'll look to do on Sunday." Uwe Rosler's Fleetwood side will need to improve in Sunday's return leg if they are to reach Wembley. On the other hand,

Preparing for the FA Women’s Premier League Cup Final

At the end of April, for the fourth successive season, Charlton ladies lifted the trophy after a tough game against Tottenham Hotspur, when they won the Capital Cup final. Commenting that game, captain Kim Dixon said: “A month ago we may have rolled over and conceded another two or three goals. That didn’t happen, we’re buzzing to have won it and now our focus turns to our next final on the 7th of May.” The Charlton Athletic women’s team will be looking to claim their second piece of silverware of the season on Sunday when they face Spurs Ladies in the FA Women’s Premier League Cup final. The clash against the North Londoners will be the third meeting between the two sides in

Charlton v Homophobia Event on Sunday

Charlton Athletic, in association with the Proud Valiants, will host the second annual Charlton v Homophobia football tournament at The Valley to help raise awareness of the issues of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, and promote the LGBTQI+ friendly football. This year's event will take place on Sunday, May 7 with four LGBTQI+ friendly teams taking part in a round-robin tournament. Three of the four teams already competed at last year's inaugural event: Proud Valiants – the official Charlton Athletic supporters club for LGBTQI+ fans and allies; Proud Valiants – the official Charlton Athletic supporters club for LGBTQI+ fans and allies; Bexley Invicta FC – the only LGBT+ friendly football team in south-east London and Kent; The university of Greenwich –

Football Betting – A Quick Guide

There is plenty of ways to bet online, and football betting is one of the most popular, not without reason. Football betting has skyrocketed in recent years, thanks mainly to the ever-increasing number of online bookies. There are literally hundreds of football games to bet on every week all over the globe, with bookmakers now offering football odds on a broad variety of leagues. However, football betting can also be demanding for beginners. That is why many opt for less complex and similarly gratifying gambling options, such as slots. (If you are into slots, make sure to check out these fairy tale slot games.) This guide is aimed at providing the beginners with the basic rules and most popular ways