Manchester City and Chelsea fill the two remaining Champions League places, whilst Tottenham, Liverpool and Bolton complete the top seven. Chesterfield enjoyed a dream start to life at their new stadium, winning the title. [40], 3 October 2010: Former England national football team manager Sven-Göran Eriksson is appointed manager of Leicester City on a two-year contract. [115], 13 March 2011: Reading, the last non-Premier League side in the FA Cup, lose 1–0 to Manchester City in the quarter final, with the winners reaching the semi-finals for the first time in 30 years. [22], 9 August 2010: Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill resigns after four years in charge, during which he guided them to UEFA Cup qualification in three successive seasons. [133], 25 April 2011: Preston North End, bottom of the Championship, lose 1–0 at home to Cardiff City and are relegated to League One after 11 successive seasons in the league's second tier. [162] Elsewhere, Manchester City pip Arsenal to third place, and Tottenham's win over Birmingham City means that Liverpool (who lose 1–0 at Aston Villa) miss out on a place in Europe for the first time in 12 years. QPR and Cardiff lead the Championship, with Norwich, Watford, Burnley and Reading in the play-off zone and Crystal Palace, Bristol City and Leicester City in the relegation zone. [32], 8 September 2010: Aston Villa name Gérard Houllier, former Liverpool and France manager, as their successor to Martin O'Neill. [52], 24 October 2010: Portsmouth are saved after former owner Alexander Gaydamak agrees to sell the club to Balram Chainrai, another former owner of the club. [166] Also on 1 June, Convers Sports Initiatives owned by Russian Vladimir Antonov completed its takeover of Portsmouth. [47], 17 October 2010: In the first game under their owners, Liverpool lose the Merseyside derby 2–0 to Everton at Goodison Park. External links modified. Bristol Rovers, who had been promoted alongside Swindon in 2007, were relegated with them this year. [163], 29 May 2011: Peterborough United win promotion to the Championship, beating Huddersfield Town 3–0 in the League One play-off final at Old Trafford. Burnley, whom many tipped for an immediate return to the top flight, ultimately fell just short of the top six, but the efforts of Hull City and Portsmouth were hindered by respective financial constraints. [43], 8 October 2010: Liverpool directors reported to be on the verge of surrendering the club to the administrators and risk a nine-point deduction in an attempt to oust the club's unpopular owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett, as they facilitate the sale of the club to an American consortium. Liverpool – who managed to put a terrible League start under Roy Hodgson behind them – seemed as if they were going to finish 5th under Kenny Dalglish, but lost their last two games and had to settle for 6th. Welsh rivals Swansea and Cardiff are joined in the play-off places by Leeds and Nottingham Forest, whilst at the bottom, Preston remain at the foot of the league with Scunthorpe and Sheffield United also in the relegation zone. [8], 8 July 2010: Sunderland captain and Albanian international midfielder Lorik Cana departs to Galatasaray of Turkey for £5 million, after one season at the Stadium of Light. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified 4 external links on 2010–11 Ligue 2.Please take a moment to review my edit.If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit this simple FaQ for additional information. Second Place of the Home Table 2010/11 … [104] Manchester United suffer their first league defeat of the season when they are beaten 2–1 at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Promoted from the Football Conference as champions were Crawley Town, who entered the Football League for the first time in their history. [118], 14 March 2011: Jens Lehmann, the German goalkeeper who kept goal for Arsenal from 2003 to 2008, is reported to be on the verge of coming out of retirement to act as an emergency goalkeeper for Arsenal until the end of the season to ease an injury crisis. Fulham rose up the table to finish eighth, and qualify for the Europa League via the Fair Play League. [70], 9 December 2010: Alan Pardew is appointed manager of Newcastle United on a contract until the end of the 2015–16 season. It meant that manager Darren Ferguson – who had left the Posh 2 years ago – had achieved his third successive promotion with the club. I have just modified 4 external links on 2010–11 Ligue 2. [165], 1 June 2011: Gérard Houllier steps down as Aston Villa manager by mutual consent following his illness. [122], 6 April 2011: Torquay United are deducted one point and Hereford United deducted three points for fielding ineligible players in the League Two game at Plainmoor on 1 February, which Hereford won 3–1. [93], 29 January 2011: The FA Cup fourth round sees Manchester United win 2–1 at Southampton,[94] Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic draw a blank at the Reebok Stadium[95] Burton Albion's FA Cup dream end in a 3–1 defeat at Burnley,[96] Crawley Town match the record FA Cup run for a Conference club by winning 1–0 at Torquay United,[97] and Brighton & Hove Albion win 1–0 at Watford. [116] Stoke City beat West Ham United 2–1[117] to reach the semi-finals for the first time since 1972. In the Championship, the top three of QPR, Cardiff and Swansea remain unchanged, with Leeds, Norwich and Reading in the top six and Scunthorpe, Crystal Palace and Preston in the relegation zone. [65], 27 November 2010: In the FA Cup second round, FC United of Manchester (the club created five years ago by Manchester United fans protesting against Malcolm Glazer's takeover) hold League One leaders Brighton & Hove Albion to a 1–1 draw to force a replay.[66]. [121] In the Championship, Yakubu scores a hat-trick for Leicester City in their 3–3 draw at Middlesbrough. Neil Warnock became the first manager in six years to complete a full season in charge with the club, and equalled the record for the most promotions ever won by a single manager. [7], 7 July 2010: Leicester City appoint Swansea City's Paulo Sousa as manager to replace Nigel Pearson, who moved to Hull City at the end of June. [83] The FA Cup third round sees a number of upsets as League Two Burton Albion eliminate Middlesbrough 2–1 at the Pirelli Stadium. 30 September 2010: Despite loss at Manchester City, Chelsea still lead the Premier League by three points. Arsenal and Manchester United are joint second on seven points, Arsenal ahead on goal difference following the win over Blackpool, while Aston Villa, still without a manager, are fourth, after recovering from a 6–0 thrashing at Newcastle to narrowly beat Everton 1–0. Ligue 1; Ligue 2. [161] Wimbledon reach the Football League only nine years after their formation, which occurred when The FA approved the relocation of the original Wimbledon side to Milton Keynes. [44], 10 October 2010: It is reported that Liverpool's prospective new owners are planning to abandon the plan for a new stadium in Stanley Park in favour of expanding Anfield. The third relegated club was Preston North End, who had been the longest-serving members of the Championship, having been in the division since 2000. [62] Fabio Capello confirms that Andy Carroll, Jordan Henderson and Kieran Gibbs will all play in England's friendly against France. [42], 5 October 2010: Two potential buyers, one Asian and the other American, table bids to buy control of Liverpool from American co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillet. 14 August 2010: The 19th Premier League season gets underway, with newcomers Blackpool winning their first top division game since 1971 4–0 away to Wigan Athletic. [149], 8 May 2011: Manchester United beat Chelsea 2–1 at Old Trafford in the Premier League, meaning that they need just a point from their final two games to win a record 19th top division title. Tottenham settled for the Europa League spot, though they had an impressive first Champions League run that took them to the quarterfinals. Dagenham & Redbridge battled until the final day of the season, but ultimately suffered relegation in their first-ever season at this level. Jump to navigation Jump to search. [151] Wolverhampton Wanderers climb out of the relegation zone with a 3–1 home win over Black Country rivals West Bromwich Albion, whose survival (and highest league finish since 1985) has already been confirmed. This meant that they failed to qualify for any European competition for the first time in 12 years. Source: Birmingham City qualified for the play-off round of the Europa League after, Fulham, as the highest-ranked team from the, Stoke City qualified for the third qualifying round of the Europa League as. Bolton, Birmingham and Wolves complete the top seven. Leading goalscorer Danny Graham (Watford) – 24. [53], 25 October 2010: Aston Villa will be without the services of captain Stiliyan Petrov for at least two months due to a knee injury suffered in the 1–0 league defeat by Sunderland on Saturday. [171], 7 June 2011: Newly promoted side Swansea City signed Watford's top scorer Danny Graham for £3.5 million. [18], 28 July 2010: After six months back at Arsenal, former England defender Sol Campbell signs for Newcastle United on a one-year contract. [64], 25 November 2010: Mayor of London Boris Johnson gives the go-ahead from Tottenham Hotspur to rebuild White Hart Lane as a 56,000-seat stadium which is set to cost around £450million. Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham complete the top seven, while Wigan Athletic, West Ham United and Everton lie in the relegation zone. A late surge consigned Chelsea to a second-place finish; their season fell apart following the departure of first-team coach Ray Wilkins in early November and this coincided with a horrendous run of form in the winter as they picked up just 10 points from 11 games, with manager Carlo Ancelotti losing his job on the final day. [28] Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka is suspended from the French national team's next 18 matches following a dispute with coach Raymond Domenech at the World Cup. [172], 8 June 2011: Arsenal make their first signing of the transfer window in Carl Jenkinson from Charlton Athletic for an undisclosed fee.[173]. [150] Arsenal's faint title hopes are ended with a 3–1 defeat at FA Cup finalists Stoke City. [50], 22 October 2010: Wayne Rooney makes a surprise u-turn on his future and signs a new five-year contract with Manchester United. dites moi ce que vous pensez de mon classement en commentaire vous voulez d'autre classement d'autre championnat,dites le moi en commentaire. [110], 27 February 2011: Birmingham City win the first silverware of the season, beating Arsenal 2–1 in the League Cup Final and thus ending their 48-year wait for a trophy[111]. [20], 30 July 2010: England goalkeeper David James signs a one-year contract with Bristol City. [158] Birmingham City remain on the brink of the relegation zone, with only goal difference keeping them clear, after losing 2–0 at home to a Fulham side occupying eighth place. Stoke also qualified for the Europa League by reaching their first ever FA Cup Final, despite losing by a single goal to eventual winners Manchester City. Brighton and Hove Albion gave their old Withdean Stadium a memorable send-off as they dominated the division for nearly the whole season and won the League One title, ensuring that the new Falmer Stadium would open to Championship football. During the season, the England national football team played the first five of their eight scheduled Group G qualifying matches for Euro 2012. They are the first team since Manchester City in 2000 to reach the Premier League with two successive promotions. [10], 14 July 2010: Los Angeles Galaxy winger David Beckham rules out taking over as England manager in the future, but declares his desire to play at Euro 2012 and the 2014 World Cup. [6] Ivorian midfielder Yaya Touré joins Manchester City for a fee of "about £24 million" from Barcelona. 2010–11 Ligue Inter-Régions de football. [17], 26 July 2010: Tottenham Hotspur express interest in moving to London's Olympic Stadium after the 2012 Olympic Games. [16], 23 July 2010: Former Millwall, Wycombe Wanderers and Bradford City striker Gavin Grant, 26, is found guilty (along with another man) of committing murder in London in May 2004. [153] It is a double success story on the same day for the city of Manchester, as United's 1–1 draw with Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park confirms their status as Premier League champions – giving them a record 19th top division title. [34], 13 September 2010: Gary McAllister, first team coach at Middlesbrough, is reported to have been offered the role of assistant manager at Aston Villa after Phil Thompson rejected the offer for the role. Home Winner of the Ligue 2 Season 2010/11 France was the Soccer Team AC Ajaccio with 44 Points at Home. [63], 19 November 2010: Blackburn Rovers are taken over by the Rao family in a £43million deal, making them the first Indian owned English football club. Derby County, Norwich City and Coventry City are also in the play-off zone, while Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough and Preston North End prop up the table. Club Aller Total Retour Club Grenoble Foot 38 (J01) 1 - 0: 1 - 5: 0 - 5 (J38) Le Havre AC: FC Nantes (J01) 0 - 2: 2 - 5: 2 - 3 (J38) Le Mans FC: CS Sedan (J02) 1 - 0: 2 - 1: 1 - 1 (J20) Grenoble Foot 38: FC Metz (J03) 0 - 1: 1 - 3: 1 - 2 (J21) [128], 16 April 2011: Yaya Touré fires Manchester City to their first FA Cup final for 30 years by beating rivals Manchester United 1–0, who were reduced to 10 men after the dismissal of Paul Scholes. [9], 9 July 2010: Sheffield United reject an approach from Swansea City for assistant manager Gary Speed to take over as manager of the south Wales club. [108], 18 February 2011: Ryan Giggs signs a new one-year contract at Manchester United, tying him to the club for at least another season and taking him into his 22nd year at Old Trafford. Foot Ligue 1 Conforama: analyses et conseils sur la saison 2019/2020 (favoris , pronostics , classement général..) Qui pour le podium ? 22 July 2010: Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill announces that he is willing sell to midfielder James Milner after the player expressed his desire to leave the club. [106], 10 February 2011: West Ham United win the backing of Olympic Games bosses to take over the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 games. Coincidentally, had it not been for Plymouth's points deduction then Walsall would have been relegated, meaning that three of the four clubs promoted from League Two at the end of the 2006–07 season would have gone down together. Blackpool returned to the Championship after a run of only three wins from their last 21 games, despite a league double over Liverpool. [92], 26 January 2011: Birmingham reach the Football League Cup final with a 4–3 aggregate victory over West Ham after extra time in the semi-finals. Tottenham Hotspur have also expressed interest in taking over the stadium as a possible alternative to the revamp of White Hart Lane. [41], 4 October 2010: Bolton Wanderers striker Kevin Davies, aged 33 and uncapped at senior level, is called up to the England squad for the following week's Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro. [81], 7 January 2011 – Roy Keane is sacked by Ipswich Town after less than two years as manager, with the Suffolk club League Cup semi-finalists but struggling the Championship. [79], 15 December 2010: Dale Roberts, goalkeeper with Conference National side Rushden & Diamonds, dies suddenly at the age of 24.[80]. Stevenage won the play-offs and earned promotion in their first ever Football League season. [27] Kevin Blackwell leaves Sheffield United by mutual consent following a 3–0 loss to Queens Park Rangers, having been manager for two and a half years. The 2010–11 season was the 131st season of competitive football in England. (English team score displayed first), * For group games in Champions League or Europa League, score in home game is displayed He is widely tipped to sign for Manchester City, who recently had a £20 million offer for him turned down. [91], 25 January 2011: Arsenal reach the Football League Cup final with a 3–1 aggregate victory over Ipswich Town in the semi-finals. He has won a total of 14 major trophies at United, and also been capped 85 times for England, but has played just over 30 games in all competitions over the last four years following injury and competition from other players at United for the right-back position. Leading goalscorers: Dimitar Berbatov (Manchester United) and Carlos Tevez (Manchester City) – 21. Sheffield United were relegated only a year after their cross-city counterparts, meaning that the Steel City derby would now be taking place in the third tier for the first time since 1980, the sacking of Kevin Blackwell after just two games and subsequent managerial instability proving their downfall. It is Dalglish's first managerial job since he left Celtic more than 10 years ago, and his return as Liverpool manager comes a month before the 20th anniversary of his sudden resignation. [86], 9 January 2011: Kenny Dalglish's first match back in charge of Liverpool ends in a 1–0 FA Cup third round defeat at Manchester United, with a second-minute penalty by Ryan Giggs winning the game, while Liverpool's Steven Gerrard is sent off. [109], 21 February 2011: Plymouth Argyle issue a notice for administration, resulting in a 10-point deduction which leaves them bottom of League One and 10 points adrift of safety as their battle against a second successive relegation is made much harder. [157] Chelsea effectively secure second place with a 2–2 draw at home to Newcastle United. Away Winner of the Ligue 2 Season 2010/11 France was the Soccer Team Evian TG with 31 Points as Visitor. break the 100-point barrier with a 4–0 home win over Rushden & Diamonds, with leading scorer Matt Tubbs taking his tally for this season to 36 goals. 6 January 2011 – The Aston Villa board announce that Gérard Houllier's position as manager is safe in spite of recent results. But Adkins gave Saints fans what they wanted for years; attacking football and a 2nd-place finish. [135] Bury join Chesterfield in League One as a 3–2 win at the division's leaders ends their nine-year stay in the league's basement division. Ironically, Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers was a former manager of Reading, having been sacked by the Royals midway through the previous season. Martin O'Neill, just days before the campaign began, resigned from his position as Aston Villa manager. A total of 58 teams contest the division, which is divided into four tables west, center-west, east and center-east, including—sides remaining in the division from last season, three relegated from the Algerian Championnat National 2, and three promoted from the Regional League I (4th Division). 30 November 2010: November ends with unbeaten Manchester United top of the Premier League after thrashing Blackburn 7–1 at home, with Dimitar Berbatov scoring five goals. Cardiff, Norwich, Nottingham Forest and Leeds make up the play-offs, with Preston, Sheffield United and Scunthorpe in the relegation zone. [123], 8 April 2011: Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is ruled out for the rest of the season with a groin injury. Please take a moment to review my edit. [140], 2 May 2011: Norwich City seal a second successive promotion to reach the Premier League by beating Portsmouth 1–0 at Fratton Park. West Ham United is the only club to have officially bid for the venue so far, while Leyton Orient decided against moving. Wigan Athletic prop up the table with West Ham and Wolves fill the relegation zone. [59], 13 November 2010: Fabio Capello announces his England squad for the friendly against France on 17 November. [167], 2 June 2011: Mark Hughes resigned as a Fulham manager after having spent 11 months as manager. They had looked safe with two months to go, but an appalling run, with only two points gained from their last eleven matches saw them dumped into the relegation zone on the last day (their first relegation from the League in 1987 occurred under nearly identical circumstances). [114] Bolton Wanderers win 3–2 at Birmingham City to reach their first FA Cup semi-final for 11 years. Manchester City remain in fourth, with Tottenham Hotspur one point behind. The winter break would be in effect between 22 December and 14 January 2011. [60], 14 November 2010: League One side Sheffield Wednesday are reported to be on the brink of going into administration. [46], 15 October 2010: Liverpool's new owners are New England Sports Ventures, who complete a £300million takeover deal of the club. [105], 6 February 2011: West Bromwich Albion sack manager Roberto Di Matteo after a season and a half in charge. Fellow south coast club Southampton, whose promotion challenge had been derailed by a ten-point administration penalty in the previous season, were promoted at the second time of asking, finishing as runners-up. [21], 2 August 2010: Ipswich Town coach Gary Ablett, who managed Stockport County the previous season and won honours as a player with Liverpool and Everton, announces that he is suffering from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. [79], 14 December 2010: Gary Speed is confirmed as the new Wales manager on a contract until July 2014. I made the following changes: When you have finished reviewing my changes, you may follow the instructions on the template below to fix any issues with the URLs. [107], 11 February 2011: Roy Hodgson is appointed as manager of West Bromwich Albion. [87], 10 January 2011: Macclesfield Town midfielder Richard Butcher dies suddenly aged 29, just 10 months after Keith Alexander, who had brought him to the club. Source: Updated to match(es) played on 2 May 2011. These are the results of the English teams in European competitions during the 2010–11 season. 1 October 2010: Paulo Sousa is sacked after just nine league matches in charge of Leicester City, who were bottom of the Championship having qualified for the play-offs last season under Sousa's predecessor Nigel Pearson. [48], 18 October 2010: Gordon Strachan resigns after 12 months as manager of Middlesbrough, who began the season as Championship promotion favourites but now occupy 20th place. Also promoted (via the play-offs) were AFC Wimbledon, who were technically also newcomers to the League, but widely seen as the continuation of the original Wimbledon, who became the Milton Keynes Dons at the start of the 2004–05 season. Avec France Football, suivez l'actualité; sportive du football en direct, les résultats, les classements, les transferts de foot et les infos sur l'équipe de France de football 6 November 2010: A late winning goal from Park Ji-sung gives Manchester United a 2–1 home win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League, cutting Chelsea's lead to two points – although the West London side, who play Liverpool at Anfield tomorrow, have a game in hand. [156], 15 May 2011: West Ham United lose 3–2 at Wigan Athletic, despite taking a 2–0 lead after 26 minutes, and are relegated from the Premier League after six successive seasons there. Caen were the defending champions.The fixtures were announced on 22 May 2010 and the season began on 6 August and ended on 27 May 2011. [82], 8 January 2011: Roy Hodgson leaves Liverpool after six months as manager and is succeeded by Kenny Dalglish as caretaker manager until the end of the season. Manchester United won their 12th Premier League title and their 19th championship overall, beating Liverpool's record of 18 championships set in 1990. [23], 10 August 2010: Exeter City striker Adam Stansfield dies of cancer aged 31. Queens Park Rangers won the Championship and returned to the Premier League after a fifteen-year absence.

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