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derekn
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Jun 20, 2019, 10:14 AM

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You have to wonder if the people in charge of the EFL website have any concept of what football is. You can select a team to view fixtures for and it gives you a list of all the fixtures for that team, but with that team listed first for every game and not even an indicator to show if the match is home or away. Completely useless.


paulh66
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I like it - we've got 46 home games! Cool

Probably a natural follow-on from when websites started messing around with how results are presented (home side first or winner first?). Seeing something similar on Twitter too, where clubs list their friendlies but give no clue which are at home and which are away.

As you say, completely useless.


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Jun 20, 2019, 12:02 PM

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If you look at all fixtures it shows home and away but then it would be difficult to show all teams at home, wouldn't it?

It only seems to offer Championship fixtures in that view, though. I can't see a way of getting a full list of L1 and L2 fixtures.

It's a thing with web design that it all has to be big and bold at the moment, when something like this would be better suited to being presented like a spreadsheet, with all data for each game on a single line.


leohoenig
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Jun 20, 2019, 12:14 PM

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No, I can see the full fixture list of League-2, but when I click on the individual club fixtures, it does not differentiate between home and away



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BDA_85
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Jun 20, 2019, 1:03 PM

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The joys of official league websites! BBC has got them listed as expected.


kirby knitters
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BBC division 1 table is showing Bolton in 4th place on 0 points instead of bottom on a -12.


Chris1963
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Aug 4, 2019, 12:19 AM

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One thing that is worth mentioning about the fixtures is that Saturday 29th February happens only once every 28 years and this season sees the next one. Oxford United have never played a home FL game on any Saturday 29th February (although they were at home in the FA Cup in 1964) but this season they are at home to Southend United. I will certainly be going there that day as it may well be the only opportunity I have in my life to see them play at home on February 29th. So if your team is at home that day, it may be a good idea to make the most of it, rather than trying to tick a new ground somewhere!


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Aug 4, 2019, 12:51 AM

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What a time to be alive. I'll be shagging my wife on her 12th birthday .


leohoenig
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Aug 4, 2019, 8:26 AM

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Yes, but with apologies to Geoff, when the option is Colchester (away), one looks elsewhere
Still, I have seen Cheltenham draw with Southend on 29 February 2008, and three other leap day fixtures.



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Wheelbarrow
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What a time to be alive. I'll be shagging my wife on her 12th birthday .


I think you're taking your Jerry Lee Lewis tribute act a bit too far.


pitch 63
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Aug 4, 2019, 8:27 PM

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What a time to be alive. I'll be shagging my wife on her 12th birthday .


She is too young for BetVictor then.


ladderman
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Aug 4, 2019, 9:32 PM

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And far too sensib

 
 


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