Top 5 Famous Preston North End Fans

Much has been made over the years of celebrity football fans. These famous faces act as unofficial (and at times official) ambassadors for clubs, increasing teams’ domestic and sometimes international pull. Whether it be Manchester City’s Gallagher brothers or Norwich City’s Stephen Fry, clubs can be keen to associate themselves with more “vogue” stars, to…

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Wrexham eyeing up a loan move for Josh Ginnelly

According to reports at Wrexham, out-of-favour winger Josh Ginnelly is a target of manager Dean Keates. Keates, who signed Ginnelly when he was Walsall boss, knows the player well and holds him in high esteem. 22-year-old Ginnelly made his career breakthrough last season with Walsall under Keates, making 18 starts in League One, while scoring…

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5 Shirt Upgrades From the Start to the End of the Decade

Now that we are comfortably into 2020, we thought we’d do something different and analyse the past decade through shirt numbers. Below are five shirt number upgrades from the 2009-10 season to the 2019-20 season and there are some significant improvements. Shirt No. 4 – Richard Chaplow to Ben Pearson This is undoubtedly a significant…

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Josh Earl is receiving plenty of praise at Bolton Wanderers

Preston youngster Josh Earl appears to be flourishing on his loan spell with League One basement boys Bolton Wanderers. For Bolton, this season’s central aim has been to regain stability and increase respectability. With well-documented ownership issues plaguing Wanderers throughout the summer, the EFL followed protocol and lumped a 12 point deduction on the club.…

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Preston North End 0-2 Reading: 3 Talking Points

The decade sizzled out with a damp squib of a game, as Preston North End faltered under the floodlights. Preston have now lost their last five games against Reading – a miserable record that stretches back to August 2017. Here are 3 talking points: Lack of firepower. Irishman Seani Maguire made his 22nd start of…

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Leeds United 1-1 Preston North End: Three Things We Learnt

Mighty midfield. Pearson, Browne and Potts were an outstanding trio in the middle of the park at Elland Road. Not only were they interchangeable, but they caused Leeds endless problems with their running, tackling and assertiveness. Brad Potts imposed himself on the game, forcing mistakes and getting on the ball. Alan Browne ran and ran…

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