Villa have the chance to pick up some momentum, but they've got to clear the first hurdle.
On Saturday two teams heading in two different directions after a change in fortunes meet, albeit the change in direction is only minimal as Middlesbrough visit Elland Road. Boro recently...
One day Mick's not in the running, the next he's been "offered" the post. It's all speculation but here's the latest bit of it.
Another day, another person becomes the betting favorite to take over as manager of Bolton Wanderers. This time, it's Crystal Palace man Dougie Freedman.
A shift in direction is on the cards for Bolton Wanderers. The whites are looking to try something new with a manager that knows how to do well on a budget, get the team to the Premier League, and keep them there.
Alex McLeish has been sacked by Aston Villa after the club only narrowly avoided relegation in the 2011/12 season.
Stale Solbakken has been appointed the new manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers. The former Copenhagen and Köln manager will take over the relegated side in an attempt to get them back into the English Premier League
Its always a sad time when you get relegated. Although as Wigan fans that experiences is very rare (touch wood). But this post is not to gloat over Wolverhampton Wanderers who fought well and hard for their fans today and everyday and really in my eyes are a better team than some above them. But then the table doesn't lie.