When Wimbledon had a party he'd go along, join in and sing a few Irish songs
Exeter City to face QPR
Fan power kicks-off a share offer to steer Aldershot Town out of receivership.
Three months after their 5-0 defeat by Swansea City in the Capital One Cup final, Bradford City enjoyed a very different Wembley experience. They dominated the League Two play-off final to erase memories of that previous appearance under the arch and could even have won 5-0 themselves.
Swansea City 5 Bradford City 0
Bradford City did not try to make Swansea City look good. They came to compete rather than entertain, to stay in the Capital One Cup final for as long as they could given the obvious gulf in class between the two teams. The 5-0 score does justice to that margin but no one could accuse Bradford of being casual, open or over-awed. They dug in for as long as they could, before they were over-run.
A 74-year-old man was arrested after allegedly throwing a banana at the referee during last night's game between AFC Wimbledon and Port Vale.
Aston Villa play Bradford in the Capital One Cup semi-final tonight
Bradford City 1 Arsenal 1 (aet; Bradford win 3-2 on penalties)
A look ahead to tonight's Capital One Cup quarter final fixture at Coral Windows Stadium
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Micky Mellon was left perplexed by Fleetwood's shock derby defeat at home to Accrington in midweek and, as much as he would like to believe the result was a one-off, we reckon more of the same could follow when the Cod Army make the monster journey down to Dagenham & Redbridge this weekend.
Gareth Ainsworth has been appointed player/manager of npower League Two strugglers Wycombe.
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Bradford boss Phil Parkinson declared himself “ecstatic” with his team's efforts after the npower League Two outfit pulled off a giant-killing at Wigan to secure a place in the Capital One Cup quarter-finals.
Lennie Lawrence and Curtis Fleming continued their caretaker duties as Crystal Palace beat Leicester to move within a point of the automatic promotion places, despite speculation linking the pair with a move to Bolton. Palace co-chairman Steve Parish expects assistant manager Lawrence and first-team coach Fleming to join former manager Dougie Freedman at the Reebok following his appointment this week.