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Sky Bet EFL Play-Offs ** spoilers ** [13th - 29th May 2017]

Discussion in 'The Football Stadium' started by Cosimo, 11 May 2017.

  1. Cosimo

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    Finals:

    Saturday 20 May: Sky Bet League One Play-Off Final (3pm)
    Sunday 28 May: Sky Bet League Two Play-Off Final (3pm)
    Monday 29 May: Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Final (3pm)

    SkyBet Championship:

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    SkyBet League One:

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    SkyBet League Two:

    Fixtures on Sky:
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  2. Minibiker

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    Milwall in the Championship next year....

    Got a feeling Huddersfield will get promoted to the Premier League and Blackpool will get promoted to League Onr
     
  3. zophiel

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    i hope that reading do them big time, they deserve not to be promoted for screwing over the last 3 games with understrength teams
     
  4. Minibiker

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    Very true, He made something like 10 changes in one of the games and the FA were investigating into it but nothing come of that
     
  5. mmj_uk

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    The League One final was frustrating as hell both sides looked incapable of putting the ball in the net, I was all set for penalties when Millwall scored.
     
  6. Majago

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    Fantastic games in the play-offs for us. Thought we'd thrown it away after conceding a late equaliser in the second leg but wonderful strike to win it from Jack Stacey. Great way to get his first goal for the club!

    Can't wait for Sunday, got my ticket at the ready and hope my journey back from Wembley is a happy one...
     
  7. Sui

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    Not the best play-off final I've ever seen....

    Reckon Huddersfield in ET, if pens then Reading.
     
  8. Azza

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    How's Wells done that?!?
     
  9. Robzere31

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    One of the dullest games I've watched in a while.
    On that performance, neither of them deserve to go up & both would struggle to stay up.
     
  10. Azza

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    Made up for Huddersfield.

    Absolutely incredible.
     
  11. Trusty

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    Well done Huddersfield.
     
  12. Sui

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    Would have preferred Reading to get promoted, but the right team won both across the season and on the day.

    Congratulations.
     
  13. Minibiker

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    Well done Huddersfield
     
  14. Spacedeck

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    I haven't watched or supported Huddersfield since they was in League 1. I didn't watch the game either but I must congratulate them. As someone who's followed them home and away for years, this is amazing and I wish them all the best for next season. I'm kind of happy I don't go to football anymore, I think the new season card and match day prices would turn me off. I remember when Dean took over and told us all that if we got to the Prem while he was in charge, those who supported them through them years would get a season card for £99. It sounded great but at the time it sounded like only a long distance dream.
     
  15. Eatchipz

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    They are only charging £200 for the season ticket in the Premier League which is amazing value!
     
  16. Spacedeck

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    Not sure if that'll change now that they have confirmation what league they will play in. I had fun taking my daughter swimming today instead.

    I have moments when I feel like I miss out (the promotion to League 1, championship and now the prem for example) but these moments will pass. Still not going to go back to watching them play, I'd rather spend that time with my family now.
     
  17. omnomnom

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    They havent been on sale for two months...it wont be that price going forward.
     
  18. Tummy

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    Huddersfield out dulled Reading in a dull finale to the Championship.

    Congratulations, and the best of luck to Huddersfield.