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442 Football League Special

442 Football League Special

FourFourTwo`s annual Football League special containing the rundown of the Top 50 Football League players is available now.

The April edition of the magazine features every single Football League club with 32 teams having at least one player in the Top 50 and every other side covered in the Best of the Rest section.

The Football League specific content fans will find include:

- Interviews with the players featuring in The FourFourTwo Top 50 Players such as West Bromwich Albion`s Jason Koumas (No.1 ranked player and FourFourTwo Player of the Year for the Coca-Cola Championship), Preston North End`s David Nugent (No.2 ranked player), Scunthorpe United`s Billy Sharp (FourFourTwo Player of the Year for Coca-Cola League 1) and MK Dons` Izale McLeod (FourFourTwo Player of the Year for Coca-Cola League 2).

- The low down on which team in England are the most stressful to support

- Round ups from The Championship, League 1 and League 2

- Plus much more as well as FourFourTwo`s regular indepth features and columnists

FourFourTwo editor Hugh Sleight said: "The April edition of the magazine is dedicated to The Football League - the home of unpredictability and turning up on a Saturday not knowing if you`ll win, lose or draw. Our cover story is on the Top 50 Football League players and the rundown shows The Championship, League 1 and League 2 are awash with talent."


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday March 7 2007
Time: 12:26PM

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