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Under the microscope: How has Jorge Grant performed for Peterborough United since his arrival?

Peterborough United have not been able to have the start that they dreamt of after their promotion from League One back in the EFL Championship. Peterborough United made a flurry of signings with the hope of starting the season on a high, but so far none of their signings have contributed majorly to the performance they have put so far. They have only managed to win two games from the eleven they have played and have lost seven. They have conceded the most number of goals than any other team in the league.
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Peterborough United appoint ex-Sunderland chief executive Jim Rodwell in temporary role

Rodwell stepped down as Sunderland’s chief executive officer in February following Kyril Louis-Dreyfus’ takeover at the Stadium of Light and just eight months in the role. After his departure at Sunderland was confirmed, Rodwell thanked former owner Stewart Donald for the opportunity. “It was an honour to be appointed CEO...
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Darren Ferguson: Peterborough manager given one-match touchline ban

Peterborough United boss Darren Ferguson has been given a one-match touchline ban and fined £2,000 for swearing at a match official. The incident happened in the tunnel area following their 3-2 home defeat by Bristol City on 2 October. Ferguson admitted a Football Association charge relating to the use of...
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Posh boss Ferguson given touchline ban

Darren Ferguson is in his third spell as Peterborough manager. Peterborough United boss Darren Ferguson has been given a one-match touchline ban and fined £2,000 for swearing at a match official. The incident happened in the tunnel area following their 3-2 home defeat by Bristol City on 2 October. Ferguson...
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Data Analysis: The stats behind Peterborough’s leaky Championship defence

Peterborough United are currently sitting 23rd in the 2021/22 EFL Championship standings after the early gameweeks of this season. Their most recent game also ended in a defeat after a somewhat good performance against Bristol City, as The Robins took a 3-2 win from the Weston Homes Stadium. This was the Posh’s seventh defeat of the season, as they’ve won just two and drew two matches only. In this post, we will analyse their stats to understand the reasons behind their poor start to this campaign.
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inews.co.uk

Ben White: Arsenal’s £50m defender will return to Brighton in a defensive unit only bettered by Man City

“It was one of those things where I think everybody won from that situation,” said Graham Potter this week. “We got a good fee, they got a good player.”. On Saturday, Brighton host Arsenal at the Amex in a game that not only pits two of the Premier League‘s most in-form teams against one another but sees Ben White return to his former club for the first time since completing a £50m move in July.
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How Is The Football League Shaping Up Ten Games Into The New Season?

In the blink of an eye we are now ten games into the new Championship season, so what better time to take stock of what we have seen so far in the Football League. West Brom, Sunderland and Forest Green Rovers currently lead the way in their respective divisions and will be delighted with their starts, but who else is flying?
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Adventures in Football #30: London Road (Peterborough United FC)

Adventures in Football #30: London Road (Peterborough United FC) PETERBOROUGH UNITED vs. AFC BOURNEMOUTH (Championship) The Posh are a relatively new club, by football league standards, founded in 1934. They’ve spent the whole of their existence at London Road. The previous tenants were Peterborough and Fletton United, who folded in 1932. After winning five straight Midlands league titles in the fifties they were elected to Division four in 1960 and immediately won it. In 1966 they made the semi-finals of the League Cup. Being a football club seemed a doddle to Peterborough.
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Peterborough United (H): Ticket Details

£10.50 – Juniors (11-15 Years) £7.50 – Juniors (2-10 Years) Tickets are available to buy online, in person from Tiger Leisure at the MKM Stadium and over the phone on 01482 505600. If you have any concerns about coming to watch games at the MKM Stadium in terms of social...
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🎥 ‘The result is never a given’ – James

The newly-promoted Posh are adapting to Championship life, having endured six defeats, two wins and two draws to date. James had helped the Robins go five games unbeaten prior to Wednesday night’s narrow defeat to Millwall, settled only by a Jed Wallace penalty. Now it is about how the team...
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bcfc.co.uk

Fleming takes charge for Millwall and Peterborough

Assistant Manager Curtis Fleming will take charge of the team for the Millwall (September 29th) and Peterborough United (October 2nd) matches. Nigel has not had any sustained close contact with the playing squad since last Saturday (September 25th) and no player or other staff member is affected. City Chief Executive...
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‘Best footballing centre-back in England’ – Gabriel Zakuani on EFL player linked with Man United and Spurs

Former Peterborough United defender Gabriel Zakuani has claimed that Posh teenager Ronnie Edwards is “the best footballing centre-back in England” amid links to Manchester United and Tottenham. The 18-year-old first broke into the Peterborough side last term but has been a mainstay in Darren Ferguson’s starting XI in recent weeks,...
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Luton vs Coventry preview: How to watch, kick-off time, predicted lineups, team news and ones to watch

After defeat away at Bournemouth, Luton Town will be looking to bounce back at Kenilworth Road on Wednesday evening. A win would be a welcome boost for Nathan Jones' men - especially at home too, as the last seven home matches have ended as draws. The last home game for Luton was a 3-3 draw with Swansea, an albeit disappointing three points lost courtesy of a late Joel Piroe strike.
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