2006-07 in English football

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The new Wembley Stadium was completed in time for the 2006-07 season's FA Cup Final.
The 2006-07 season was the 127th season of competitive football in England.

Overview

Events

England take the trophy TheFA.com. Retrieved on 31 January 2007
31. ^ Macclesfield 1-0 Rochdale BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
32. ^ Chester take Bury's FA Cup place BBC Sport. Retrieved on 20 December, 2006
33. ^ Bung inquiry targets 17 transfers BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
34. ^ All change at Doncaster BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 30, 2006
35. ^ Chelsea 2-2 Fulham BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 30, 2006
36. ^ FA Cup assault footballer jailed BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 16, 2007
37. ^ Taylor quits England U21 position BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 25, 2007
38. ^ Pearce named as England U21 boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 5, 2007
39. ^ US business duo at Liverpool helm BBC News. Retrieved on February 6, 2007
40. ^ "Mandaric seals Leicester takeover", BBC Sport, 2007-02-13. Retrieved on 2007-02-24. 
41. ^ "Chelsea 2-1 Arsenal", BBC Sport, 2007-02-25. Retrieved on 2007-02-27. 
42. ^ Stockport 3-0 Swindon BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 17, 2007
43. ^ "Hennessey's heroics secure award", BBC Sport, March 4 2007. Retrieved on 2007-03-17.2007"> 
44. ^ "Doors finally open at new Wembley", BBC News, 2007-03-17. Retrieved on 2007-03-17. 
45. ^ Bristol Rovers 2-3 Doncaster AET BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 2, 2007
46. ^ Bevan, Chris (2007-04-07). Daggers delight at promotion prize. BBC Sport. Retrieved on 2007-04-07.
47. ^ Tamworth 1-1 St Albans BBC Sport. Retrieved April 9, 2007
48. ^ Crewe 3-1 Brentford BBC Sport. Retrieved April 10, 2007
49. ^ Torquay lose Football League spot BBC Sport. Retrieved April 14, 2007
50. ^ Scunthorpe 2-0 Huddersfield BBC Sport. Retrieved April 14, 2007
51. ^ Wycombe 0-1 Hartlepool BBC Sport. Retrieved April 14, 2007
52. ^ Notts County 1-2 Walsall BBC Sport. Retrieved April 14, 2007
53. ^ Rotherham 0-1 Carlisle BBC Sport. Retrieved April 14, 2007
54. ^ Derby 1-0 Luton BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 20 2007
55. ^ Watford 1-1 Man City BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 21 2007
56. ^ [1]
57. ^ Ronaldo secures PFA awards double BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 23 2007
58. ^ [2]
59. ^ [3]
60. ^ [4]
61. ^ Birmingham & Sunderland promoted
62. ^ [5]
63. ^ Man City 0-1 Man United
64. ^ [6]
65. ^ [7]
66. ^ [8]
67. ^ Man Utd secure Premiership title
68. ^ Sunderland win to secure title
69. ^ Arsenal win FA Women's Cup
70. ^ [9]
71. ^ [10]
72. ^ "League confirm Boston deduction", BBC Sport, May 18 2007. Retrieved on 2007-05-19.2007"> 
73. ^ [11]
74. ^ [12]
75. ^ [13]
76. ^ [14]
77. ^ [15]
78. ^ O'Leary parts company with Villa BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
79. ^ O'Neill named Aston Villa manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
80. ^ Hoddle resigns as boss of Wolves BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
81. ^ McCarthy named new Wolves manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
82. ^ Sunderland upbeat on new manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
83. ^ Keane becomes new Sunderland boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
84. ^ Gregory appointed as new QPR boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
85. ^ Manager Blackwell sacked by Leeds BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 14, 2006
86. ^ Wise takes over as Leeds manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 14, 2006
87. ^ Brighton boss McGhee leaves club BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
88. ^ Brighton confirm Wilkins as boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
89. ^ Penney and Doncaster part company BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
90. ^ O'Driscoll named Doncaster boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
91. ^ Bond unveiled as Bournemouth boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
92. ^ Robson and West Brom part company BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
93. ^ Mowbray leaves Hibs for West Brom BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
94. ^ Norwich sack manager Worthington BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
95. ^ Grant appointed as Norwich boss BBC Norfolk - Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
96. ^ Macclesfield sack manager Horton BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
97. ^ Macclesfield appoint Ince as boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 31, 2006
98. ^ Darlington Manager David Hodgson Sacked BBC Tees - Sport. Retrieved on December 30, 2006
99. ^ Qaukers pick up a Penney BBC Tees - Sport. URL accessed on December 30, 2006
100. ^ Wednesday sack manager Sturrock BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 14, 2006
101. ^ Laws takes over as Sheff Wed boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 31, 2006
102. ^ Grimsby Town sack manager Rodger BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
103. ^ Buckley back in Town Football.co.uk Retrieved on November 23, 2006
104. ^ Sturrock takes charge at Swindon BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 23, 2006
105. ^ Charlton part company with Dowie BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 14, 2006
106. ^ Charlton appoint Reed as new boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 14, 2006
107. ^ Rosenior sacked as Brentford boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 23, 2006
108. ^ Brentford name Fitzgerald as boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
109. ^ Spackman & Millwall part company BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
110. ^ Donachie gets permanent Lions job BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
111. ^ Atkins leaves Torquay SkySports.com. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
112. ^ Czech star Kubik named Gulls boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
113. ^ Hull part company with Parkinson BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 4, 2006
114. ^ Hull unveil Brown as new manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
115. ^ Scunthorpe appoint Adkins as boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
116. ^ Pardew sacked as West Ham manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 11, 2006
117. ^ Curbishley named West Ham manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 13, 2006
118. ^ Pardew replaces Reed at Charlton BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 24, 2006
119. ^ Gorman exits as Northampton boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on 20 November, 2006
120. ^ Northampton name Gray as manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
121. ^ Barnsley dismiss manager Ritchie BBC Sport. Retrieved on November 23, 2006
122. ^ Davey appointed boss of Barnsley BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 1, 2007
123. ^ Rochdale boss Parkin leaves club BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
124. ^ Rochdale name Hill as new manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 3, 2007
125. ^ Stags part company with Shirtliff BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
126. ^ Dearden named Mansfield manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
127. ^ Smith and Russell depart Wrexham BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 11, 2007
128. ^ Carey to lead Dragons for season BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 12, 2007
129. ^ Posh part company with Alexander BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 16, 2007
130. ^ Ferguson named Peterborough boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 20, 2007
131. ^ Coventry part company with Adams BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 17, 2007
132. ^ Dowie takes over as Coventry boss BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 22, 2007
133. ^ Lee given Torquay caretaker role BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 24, 2007
134. ^ "Torquay bring in Curle as coach", BBC Sport, 2007-02-08. Retrieved on 2007-02-09. 
135. ^ Bradford part company with Todd BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 12, 2007
136. ^ [16]
137. ^ Swansea part company with Jackett BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 15, 2007
138. ^ "Martinez appointed Swansea boss", BBC Sport, 2007-02-24. Retrieved on 2007-02-24. 
139. ^ Knill sacked as Rotherham manager BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 1, 2007
140. ^ "Millers name Robins as new boss", BBC Sport, 2007-04-06. Retrieved on 2007-04-07. 
141. ^ "Jackson sacked by Huddersfield", BBC Sport. Retrieved on 2007-03-06. 
142. ^ "Ritchie named Huddersfield boss", BBC Sport, 2007-04-11. Retrieved on 2007-04-11. 
143. ^ "McFarland leaves Chesterfield job", BBC News, 2007-03-12. Retrieved on 2007-03-12. 
144. ^ Richardson takes Chesterfield job BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 26, 2007
145. ^ "Struggling Luton sack boss Newell", BBC Sport. Retrieved on 2007-03-14. 
146. ^ "Luton unveil Blackwell as manager", BBC Sport, 2007-03-27. Retrieved on 2007-03-30. 
147. ^ "Boss Fitzgerald leaves Brentford", BBC Sport, 2007-04-10. Retrieved on 2007-04-10. 
148. ^ "Butcher named as Brentford boss", BBC Sport, 2007-04-24. Retrieved on 2007-04-24. 
149. ^ "Coleman out as Sanchez takes over", BBC Sport, 2007-04-10. Retrieved on 2007-04-11. 
150. ^ [17]
151. ^ "Worthington takes Leicester job", BBC Sport, 2007-04-11. Retrieved on 2007-04-11. 
152. ^ "Allen named new Leicester manager", BBC Sport, 2007-05-25. Retrieved on 2007-05-25. 
153. ^ "Allardyce resigns as Bolton boss", BBC Sport, 2007-04-29. Retrieved on 2007-04-29. 
154. ^ "Lee appointed manager of Bolton", BBC Sport, 2007-04-30. Retrieved on 2007-04-30. 
155. ^ "Wright parts company with Chester", BBC Sport, 2007-04-30. Retrieved on 2007-04-30. 
156. ^ "Williamson named new Chester boss", BBC Sport, 2007-05-11. Retrieved on 2007-05-11. 
157. ^ "Roeder resigns as Newcastle boss", BBC Sport, 2007-05-06. Retrieved on 2007-05-06. 
158. ^ "Newcastle name Allardyce as boss", BBC Sport, 2007-05-15. Retrieved on 2007-05-15. 
159. ^ "Jewell resigns as Wigan manager", BBC Sport, 2007-05-14. Retrieved on 2007-05-14. 
160. ^ [18]
161. ^ [19]
162. ^ "Eriksson named Man City manager", BBC Sport, 2007-07-06. Retrieved on 2007-07-06. 
163. ^ "Warnock 'resigns as Blades boss'", BBC Sport, 2007-05-16. Retrieved on 2007-05-16. 
164. ^ "Robson unveiled as Sheff Utd boss", BBC Sport, 2007-05-22. Retrieved on 2007-05-22. 
165. ^ "Allen named new Leicester manager", BBC Sport, 2007-05-25. Retrieved on 2007-05-25. 
166. ^ "Ince unveiled as new MK Dons boss", BBC Sport, 2007-06-25. Retrieved on 2007-06-30. 
167. ^ "Brightwell given Macclesfield job", BBC Sport, 2007-06-29. Retrieved on 2007-06-30. 
168. ^ England 5-0 Andorra BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 25, 2007
169. ^ England 4-0 Greece BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 2, 2007
170. ^ England's score given first
171. ^ UEFA decision on Israel, UEFA, 7 August 2006.
Due to the then ongoing Israel-Lebanon conflict, UEFA ruled that no matches in competitions it controls could be held in Israel until further notice.
172. ^ UEFA lifts Israel match ban, UEFA, 15 September 2006.
UEFA later lifted its ban on matches in Israel after a cease-fire in the conflict. Matches may only be played in the Tel Aviv area, which includes the national stadium in Ramat Gan.
173. ^ Espanyol to host Andorra-England, BBC Sport, Retrieved 24 January 2007.
As Andorra's national stadium only holds 1,800 fans, UEFA agreed for the England's Euro 2008 qualifier there to be switched to Espanyol's Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, which has a much higher capacity of 55,926, as to avoid major security issues.
174. ^ [20]
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176. ^ [22]
177. ^ [23]
178. ^ [24]
179. ^ [25] Premier League.com. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
180. ^ COCO-COLA MANAGERS OF THE MONTH 2006-07 Football League.co.uk. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
181. ^ POWERADE PLAYERS OF THE MONTH 2006-07 Football League.co.uk. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
182. ^ Coppell is manager of the month BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
183. ^ Coppell wins manager of the month BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
184. ^ Ronaldo is handed November award BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
185. ^ Rams manager earns November prize BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
186. ^ Sheridan honoured in League One BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
187. ^ Saddlers boss lands manager award BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
188. ^ Boss Bruce scoops monthly prize BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
189. ^ Grayson collects monthly accolade BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
190. ^ Ince captures award for December BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
191. ^ [26] Premier League.com. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
192. ^ Nugent lands monthly award Yahoo.com. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
193. ^ Showunmi was January's best Teamtalk.com. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
194. ^ Monthly gong goes to Nelson Teamtalk.com. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
195. ^ Man Utd pair win February awards BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
196. ^ Keane earns Championship honour BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
197. ^ Wolves star earns February honour BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
198. ^ Adkins secures League One prize BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
199. ^ Murphy is handed League One prize BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
200. ^ Wilson handed award for February BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
201. ^ Hennessey's heroics secure award BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
202. ^ Cech and Mourinho land awards FOX Sports. Retrieved on April 15, 2007
203. ^ Keane picks up monthly accolade BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 5, 2007
204. ^ Boss Johnson scoops monthly prize BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 5, 2007
205. ^ Wilson collects award for March BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 5, 2007
206. ^ Keane & Berbatov win April award BBC Sport. Retrieved on May 7, 2007
207. ^ Pulis receives Championship award BBC Sport. Retrieved on May 3, 2007
208. ^ Blackpool boss lands April prize BBC Sport. Retrieved on May 3, 2007
209. ^ Trollope earns managerial honour BBC Sport. Retrieved on May 3, 2007
210. ^ Chelsea complete Shevchenko deal BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 6 2007
211. ^ Chelsea announce Ballack capture BBC Sport Retrieved on January 6, 2007
212. ^ Van Nistelrooy signs with Real Madrid ABC Sport. Retrieved on January 6, 2007
213. ^ Tevez and Mascherano join West Ham CNN.com. Retrieved February 24, 2007
214. ^ Transfer Shorts Football Transfers.co.uk. Retrieved on January 6, 2007
215. ^ Young completes £9.65m Villa move BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 24, 2007
216. ^ West Ham capture Upson from Blues BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 24, 2007
217. ^ Premier clubs enjoy summer spree BBC News. Retrieved on January 9, 2007
218. ^ Atherton forced to call it a day BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
219. ^ Back injury ends Johnson career BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
220. ^ O'Neil retires because of injury BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
221. ^ Blatherwick forced to quit game BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
222. ^ Veteran Beagrie is set to retire BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
223. ^ Veteran target man Evans retires BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
224. ^ Kinsella joins staff at Charlton BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
225. ^ Posh star Plummer quits football BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 29, 2006
226. ^ Stone takes retirement decision BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
227. ^ Baggies defender Gaardsoe retires BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 21, 2006
228. ^ Injuries force Clyde's retirement BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 9, 2007
229. ^ Stonebridge forced to quit game BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 1, 2007
230. ^ Striker Keith decides to retire BBC Sport. Retrieved on March 8, 2007
231. ^ "Veteran Jess leaves Northampton", BBC Sport, 2007-04-11. Retrieved on 2007-04-11. 
232. ^ Torquay's Phillips hangs up boots BBC Sport. Retrieved on May 17, 2007
233. ^ New page for Chamberlain Watford FC Official Site Retrieved on August 17, 2007
234. ^ Taylor set for final appearance BBC Sport Retrieved on August 17, 2007
235. ^ Grimsby legend nets coaching role BBC Sport Retrieved on August 17, 2007
236. ^ Jimmy Leadbetter Obituary The Independent. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
237. ^ Bert Slater Obituary Scotsman.com. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
238. ^ Sep Smith Passes Away FoxFanzine.com. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
239. ^ City legend Walsh dies, 85 Manchester Evening News. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
240. ^ Alex saviour Rowlinson loses battle icCheshireOnline.co.uk. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
241. ^ Former Derby County chairman dies BBC News. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
242. ^ Comic Charlie Williams dies BBC News. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
243. ^ Hinckley Utd defender Gadsby dies BBC Sport. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
244. ^ Simon Patterson dies Wycombe Wanderers Official Site. Retrieved on January 21, 2007
245. ^ George Heslop Obituary Manchester City Official Site. Retrieved on December 23, 2006
246. ^ Legendary keeper Schofield dies IC Birmingham. Retrieved on January 22, 2007
247. ^ Obituary: Joe Walton The Independent. Retrieved on January 22, 2007
248. ^ Former player Johnny Spuhler dies safc.com. Retrieved on January 8, 2007
249. ^ Obituary: Don Weston The Independent. Retrieved on April 9, 2007
250. ^ Ex-Bury and U's winger has died BBC Sport. Retrieved on January 24, 2007
251. ^ Stoke's record scorer passes away BBC Sport. Retrieved on February 25, 2007
252. ^ Jack Dodds Obituary Blackpool Online. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
253. ^ Manchester Evening News: Doc in salute to Cavanagh Manchester Evening News. Retrieved on March 24, 2007
254. ^ Burnley Citizen: Clarets legend Miller dies
255. ^ Welsh dual sport star Hill dies BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 12, 2007
256. ^ Ex-Colchester captain Cram dies BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 22 2007
257. ^ World Cup winner Ball dies at 61 BBC Sport. Retrieved on April 25, 2007
258. ^ The Independent: Warren Bradley obituary. Retrieved on June 9, 2007
259. ^ Wolves legend Dougan dies aged 69 BBC Sport. Retrieved on June 24, 2007


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Reading

Full name Reading Football Club
Nickname(s) The Royals
Founded 1871
Ground Madejski Stadium
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Capacity 24,161
Chairman John Madejski

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Founded
1992
Nation
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Number of Teams
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Founded 1876
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Accrington Stanley

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Championship
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Number of Teams
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Oxford United

Full name Oxford United Football Club
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Founded 1893[1]
Ground Kassam Stadium
Oxford

Capacity 12,500
Chairman Nick Merry
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1979
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Promotion To
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Number of Teams
24
Level on Pyramid
Level 5
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Founded
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Chelsea
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