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    Championship
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    Norwich - Adam Idah, Simon Power
    Sheffield United - Enda Stevens, John Egan, David McGoldrick, (Scott Hogan-Loan), Richard Stearman, Samir Carruthers(out on Loan), Jordan Doherty, Stephen Mallon, Leonardo Gaxha
    Playoffs
    Leeds Utd - Eunan O'Kane, Conor Shaughnessy(out on Loan), Paudie O'Connor(out on Loan), Callum Nicell
    West Brom - Wes Hoolahan, Dara O'Shea(out on Loan), Kevin Healy, Zac Delaney
    Aston Villa - Glenn Whelan, Conor Hourihane, Scott Hogan(out on Loan), Jack Doyle-Hayes(out on Loan),
    Not Confirmed
    Derby County - Richard Keogh, Alex Pearce(out on Loan), Rowan Roache(out on Loan)
    Middlesbrough - Darren Randolph, Andy Lonergan
    Bristol City - Callum O'Dowda

    RelegatedRotherham - Darren Potter, Anthony Forde, (Richie Towell-Loan)
    Bolton - Marc Wilson, Luca ConnellIpswich - Alan Judge, Corrie Ndaba, Aaron Drinan(out on Loan), Barry Cotter

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    Only realised it myself but surprised the Mansfield-Newport County League Two semi final hasn't got a mention on here.

    Pádraig Amond scored a late penalty in the 1st Leg to secure a 1-1 draw. Conrad Logan was deemed to have fouled a Newport substitute but replays showed that he got two hands on the ball before taking the player out. It was probably a poor decision from him to come out at all but he was supposed to have had a fine game otherwise. He saved the penalty too only for Amond to tap in the rebound.

    After a 0-0 draw in the 2nd Leg, Newport won 5-3 on penalties, Amond scoring their second. Ryan Sweeney* and Mark O'Brien both played a full part in the two legs, with O'Brien booked early on in both.

    They progress to meet 'Mike Dean's' Tranmere Rovers at Wembley on Saturday. A straight red card from Gavin Gunning early in the 1st leg of that tie proving very costly for Forest Green.




    (*Kind of funny seeing POSH having a dig at the foot.ie talent spotters for not highlighting Sweeney as 'one to watch')

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    O'Brien and Amond start at Wembley.

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    Mark O'Brien won't be a happy man tonight. He was sent off for a second yellow on the 89th minute as the game was 0-0. Newport, as a result, had 10 men for extra time. On the 29th minute of the 30 in extra time, Tranmere scored the winner to earn promotion.

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    How did Cullen do? What’s his next play career wise?

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    I thought he did well today, his team conceded an awful early goal, a back pass over hit beat the keeper. His team were really creaking after it, looked like they might fold, but he got on the ball half a dozen times then, gave a good ball moved and got it back till they were up the pitch and it settled them again. A stretch to say he assisted both goals but he did cross for both in the 2-1 win. Mis hit a few set pieces but showed some nice passing and a bit of calm in a low quality hectic game.
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    Cullen looked decent today. Charlton should look to sign him permanently now that they've gone up.

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