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Table

Pos. TeamMPWDLGFGADPForm
1   Bristol City 46 29 12 5 96 38 +58 99 WWDWD
2
Milton Keynes Dons 46 27 10 9 101 44 +57 91 WWWWW
3
Preston North End 46 25 14 7 79 40 +39 89 LWWDD
4   Swindon Town 46 23 10 13 76 57 +19 79 DDLDL
5   Sheffield United 46 19 14 13 66 53 +13 71 DDDLD
6   Chesterfield 46 19 12 15 68 55 +13 69 DLDWD
7
Bradford City 46 17 14 15 55 55 +0 65 WWDDL
8
Rochdale 46 19 6 21 72 66 +6 63 LLWLL
9   Peterborough United 46 18 9 19 53 56 -3 63 DWDDL
10   Fleetwood Town 46 17 12 17 49 52 -3 63 WLDLL
11
Barnsley 46 17 11 18 62 61 +1 62 WLDDD
12   Gillingham 46 16 14 16 65 66 -1 62 WLWDW
13
Doncaster Rovers 46 16 13 17 58 62 -4 61 WLLDW
14
Walsall 46 14 17 15 50 54 -4 59 LWDDW
15
Oldham Athletic 46 14 15 17 54 67 -13 57 DLDDD
16
Scunthorpe United 46 14 14 18 62 75 -13 56 LWDDD
17
Coventry City 46 13 16 17 49 60 -11 55 WLDDW
18
Port Vale 46 15 9 22 55 65 -10 54 LWDDD
19
Colchester United 46 14 10 22 58 77 -19 52 WDWDL
20
Crewe Alexandra 46 14 10 22 43 75 -32 52 LWDDD
21
Notts County 46 12 14 20 45 63 -18 50 LWLLD
22
Crawley Town 46 13 11 22 53 79 -26 50 LLWLL
23   Leyton Orient 46 12 13 21 59 69 -10 49 DDLLL
24   Yeovil Town 46 10 10 26 36 75 -39 40 LLWWD
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
League One: Regular Season
J. Garner Preston North End 25 3
I. Henderson Rochdale 22 6
E. Doyle Chesterfield 21 6
A. Williams Swindon Town 21 3
W. Grigg Milton Keynes Dons 20 2
I. McLeod Crawley Town 19 5
A. Wilbraham Bristol City 18 0
T. Bradshaw Walsall 17 2
M. Done Sheffield United 17 0
D. Alli Milton Keynes Dons 16 0
C. McDonald Gillingham 16 3
J. Forte Oldham Athletic 15 4
A. Flint Bristol City 14 0
P. Madden Scunthorpe United 14 1
K. Agard Bristol City 13 1
League One: Final Stage
A. Revell Rotherham United 2 0
D. Cox Leyton Orient 1 0
M. Odubajo Leyton Orient 1 0
League One: North
A. Revell Rotherham United 2 0
D. Cox Leyton Orient 1 0
M. Odubajo Leyton Orient 1 0

 

News

Southend Win League Two Playoff Final With Bonkers Finish
Deadspin
Despite being down 1-0 with just 20 seconds of added time remaining in extra time, Southend United earned promotion to England's League One thanks to some magic at Wembley Stadium. That magic came courtesy of Joe Pigott, whose goal in the 32nd ...
Paolo Maldini announces Miami North American Soccer League team
gulfnews.com
Los Angeles: Former Italy defender Paolo Maldini has beaten England icon David Beckham to the punch in launching a professional football club in Miami. As Beckham's plans for a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami remain in limbo, Maldini announced ...
AJC Soccer Insider: Smith has Silverbacks playing well
Atlanta Journal Constitution
AJC Soccer Insider: Smith has Silverbacks playing well photo. Silverbacks coach Gary Smith led Colorado to an MLS title in 2010. (NASL). He led Stevenage to the semifinals of England's League One playoffs and to the fifth round of the FA Cup in 2012 ...
Reds hero wants to emulate a Wenger or Ferguson
gulfnews.com
He will now migrate to America to play in Major League Soccer (MLS) for Los Angeles Galaxy. The midfielder said he has learnt the tricks of being a coach and hoped those would be helpful for him in the future. “What I have tried to do with managers I ...
How Khumalo Helped Colchester Stay Up
Soccer Laduma
Now, 10 games later, the U's are still in England's League One after a fine win in the last game of the season which kept them up. Khumalo, 28, played every minute of their final 10 league games, helping them to the five wins that resulted in them ...
Manchester United well beaten by Everton
gulfnews.com
Everton's James McCarthy is obscured by jubilant teammates as they celebrate with him after scoring the opening goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Everton and Manchester United at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool, England, ...
Wigan winger McClean in fresh NYRB link
Tribal Football
James McClean is again being linked with a potential move to Major League Soccer. The 26-year old Wigan Athletic winger flew to New York on the weekend and has been in the city since. ... The former Sunderland man is contracted at Wigan until the ...
Mangala: I play for my disabled brother
gulfnews.com
Tottenham Hotspurs's Harry Kane, vies for the ball with Manchester City's Eliaquim Mangala, during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspurs and Manchester City, at White Hart Lane Stadium in London, Sunday, May 3, 2015.
Eden Hazard tipped to break Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo monopoly
gulfnews.com
Without Hazard's 13 EPL goals this season, Chelsea would be currently ranked fourth in the standings, one point behind Manchester United, as opposed to being ten points clear of Manchester City and Arsenal with five games remaining, as they are now.
Ridiculous lob gets a goal for Fleetwood Town
SB Nation
Late in the match and trailing Preston North End by a goal at home, Fleetwood Town needed a moment of magic to try and keep up in the race for the last playoff spot in League One. That's when substitute David Ball, a former Manchester City product, did ...

 

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About English League One

The England Football League One, better known as the Coca-Cola Football League 1 or simply League one is the third top division of English Football League system. The Football League One was founded in 2004, and it is currently being contested by 24 clubs. At the long run, the two best teams along with the winner of the play-offs enter in the Football League Championship; whereas the three lowest clubs in that division replace them in the League One. Eventually, the situation is no different for clubs at the bottom of the Coca-Cola Football League 1. The top 3 clubs of the League Two, along with the winner of the play-offs in that division, replace them.

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