2010–11 Football League One

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Football League One
Season2010–11
Champions Brighton & Hove Albion
(3rd divisional title)
Promoted Brighton & Hove Albion
Southampton
Peterborough United
Relegated Dagenham & Redbridge
Bristol Rovers
Plymouth Argyle
Swindon Town
Matches played552
Goals scored1,509 (2.73 per match)
Top goalscorer Craig Mackail-Smith (27)
Biggest home win Peterborough United 6–0 Carlisle United
(12 March 2011)
Biggest away win Oldham Athletic 0–6 Southampton
(11 January 2011)
Highest scoring Peterborough United 5–4 Swindon Town
(16 October 2010)
Longest winning run8 games
Brighton [1]
Longest unbeaten run25 games
Huddersfield Town [1]
Longest winless run18 games
Swindon Town [1]
Longest losing run9 games
Notts County [1]
Highest attendance31,653
Southampton 3–1 Walsall
(7 May 2011) [1]
Lowest attendance1,907
Dagenham & Redbridge 4–1 Brentford
(1 February 2011) [1]
Average attendance7,526 [1]
2011–12

The 2010–11 Football League One (known as Npower League One for sponsorship reasons) is the seventh season of the league under its current title and nineteenth season under its current league division format. It started on 7 August 2010. [2]

Contents

Changes from 2009–10

Team changes

From League One

Promoted to Championship

Relegated to League Two

To League One

Relegated from Championship

Promoted from League Two

Rule changes

On field rules

  • Clubs are now restricted to having 25 first-team players over the age of 21, of which 10 must be home grown (registered in domestic football for three seasons before their 21st birthday). There is no restriction to players under 21.

Off field rules

  • The new financial reporting rules will see clubs that fail to lodge their accounts with the Football League, at the same time they are required by Companies House, being hit with a transfer embargo.
  • The Football League's Fit and Proper Person test was renamed "Director's Test" to ensure continuity with other football bodies.

Sponsorship changes

Npower will be the Football League's new sponsor after Coca-Cola's contract ran out and was not renewed. The "Player of the Month" and "Manager of the Month" awards will now been known as the "Npower Player of the Month" and the "Npower Manager of the Month" award respectively. Coca-Cola signed a three-year contract to become the Football League's official partner. [3]

Team overview

Stadiums and locations

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
Bournemouth Bournemouth Dean Court 9,600
Brentford London Griffin Park 12,763
Brighton & Hove Albion Brighton Withdean Stadium 8,850
Bristol Rovers Bristol Memorial Stadium 12,011
Carlisle United Carlisle Brunton Park Stadium 16,981
Charlton Athletic London The Valley 27,111
Colchester United Colchester Colchester Community Stadium 10,064
Dagenham & Redbridge London Victoria Road 6,078
Exeter City Exeter St James Park 8,830
Hartlepool United Hartlepool Victoria Park 8,240
Huddersfield Town Huddersfield Galpharm Stadium 24,500
Leyton Orient London Brisbane Road 9,271
Milton Keynes Dons Milton Keynes Stadium:mk 22,000
Notts County Nottingham Meadow Lane 21,388
Oldham Athletic Oldham Boundary Park 10,638
Peterborough United Peterborough London Road Stadium 15,460
Plymouth Argyle Plymouth Home Park 19,500
Rochdale Rochdale Spotland Stadium 10,249
Sheffield Wednesday Sheffield Hillsborough Stadium 39,812
Southampton Southampton St Mary's Stadium 32,689
Swindon Town Swindon County Ground 14,700
Tranmere Rovers Birkenhead Prenton Park 16,789
Walsall Walsall The Banks' Stadium 11,300
Yeovil Town Yeovil Huish Park 9,665

Personnel and sponsoring

TeamManagerTeam captainChairmanKit makerSponsor
Bournemouth Flag of England.svg Lee Bradbury Flag of England.svg Jason Pearce Flag of England.svg Eddie Mitchell Carbrini Carbrini
Brentford Flag of England.svg Nicky Forster Flag of Ireland.svg Kevin O'Connor Flag of England.svg Greg Dyke PumaHertings Fixings (H)
Bathwise (A)
Brighton & Hove Albion Flag of Uruguay.svg Gus Poyet Flag of Scotland.svg Gordon Greer Flag of England.svg Tony Bloom Erreà IT First
Bristol Rovers Flag of Scotland.svg Stuart Campbell Flag of England.svg Will Hoskins Flag of England.svg Nick Higgs ErreàSmart Computers (H)
Johnson's Stalbridge Linen Services (A)
Carlisle United Flag of England.svg Greg Abbott Flag of England.svg Paul Thirlwell Flag of England.svg Andrew Jenkins Le Coq Sportif Eddie Stobart Transport
Charlton Athletic Flag of England.svg Chris Powell Flag of Scotland.svg Christian Dailly Flag of England.svg Michael Slater Macron Krbs.com
Colchester United Flag of England.svg John Ward Flag of England.svg Kemal Izzet Flag of England.svg Robbie Cowling PumaReaders Offers Ltd
Dagenham & Redbridge Flag of England.svg John Still Flag of England.svg Mark Arber Flag of England.svg Dave Andrews Vandanel West & Coe
Exeter City Flag of England.svg Paul Tisdale Flag of England.svg Matt Taylor Flag of England.svg Edward ChorltonCarbrini Flybe.com
Hartlepool United Flag of England.svg Mick Wadsworth Flag of England.svg Sam Collins Flag of England.svg Ken Hodcroft Nike Dove Energy
Huddersfield Town Flag of England.svg Lee Clark Flag of England.svg Peter Clarke Flag of England.svg Dean Hoyle Mitre Kirklees College (H)
RadianB (A)
Leyton Orient Flag of England.svg Russell Slade Flag of Ireland.svg Stephen Dawson Flag of England.svg Barry Hearn PumaPartyCasino.com
Milton Keynes Dons Flag of England.svg Karl Robinson Flag of England.svg Dean Lewington Flag of England.svg Pete Winkelman ISC Double Tree by Hilton
Notts County Flag of England.svg Martin Allen Flag of England.svg Mike Edwards Flag of England.svg Ray Trew NikeLorien Connect (H)
Vision Express (A)
Oldham Athletic Flag of Scotland.svg Paul Dickov Flag of England.svg Reuben Hazell Flag of England.svg Simon CorneyCarbriniCarbrini
Peterborough United Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Ulster Banner.svg Grant McCann Flag of Ireland.svg Darragh MacAnthony adidas MRI Overseas Property
Plymouth Argyle Flag of England.svg Peter Reid Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Carl Fletcher Flag of England.svg Sir Roy Gardner adidas Ginsters
Rochdale Flag of England.svg Keith Hill Flag of England.svg Gary Jones Flag of England.svg Chris Dunphy CarbriniCarbrini
Sheffield Wednesday Flag of England.svg Gary Megson Flag of England.svg Tommy Miller Flag of Serbia.svg Milan Mandarić Puma Sheffield Children's Hospital
Southampton Flag of England.svg Nigel Adkins Flag of England.svg Dean Hammond Flag of Italy.svg Nicola Cortese Umbro None
Swindon Town Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Paul Bodin (Caretaker) Flag of Ireland.svg Jonathan Douglas Flag of England.svg Jeremy Wray (Interim)adidas fourfourtwo.com (H)
FIFA 11/Samsung (A)
Tranmere Rovers Flag of England.svg Les Parry Flag of England.svg John Welsh Flag of England.svg Peter Johnson Carbrini Wirral
Walsall Flag of England.svg Dean Smith Flag of Jamaica.svg Darren Byfield Flag of England.svg Jeff Bonser Admiral Walsall Hospice
Yeovil Town Flag of England.svg Terry Skiverton Flag of England.svg Paul Huntington Flag of England.svg John FryVandanelJones's Building Contractors

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyIncoming managerDate of appointmentPosition in table
Milton Keynes Dons Flag of England.svg Paul Ince Resigned16 April 2010 [4] [5] Flag of England.svg Karl Robinson 10 May 2010 [6] Pre-season
Plymouth Argyle Flag of England.svg Paul Mariner Became head coach6 May 2010 [7] Flag of England.svg Peter Reid 24 June 2010 [8] Pre-season
Notts County Flag of England.svg Steve Cotterill End of contract27 May 2010 [9] Flag of England.svg Craig Short 4 June 2010 [10] Pre-season
Southampton Flag of England.svg Alan Pardew Sacked30 August 2010 Flag of England.svg Nigel Adkins 12 September 201021st
Notts County Flag of England.svg Craig Short Sacked24 October 2010 [11] Flag of England.svg Paul Ince 28 October 201016th
Bristol Rovers Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Paul Trollope Sacked15 December 2010 [12] Flag of England.svg Dave Penney 10 January 2011 [13] 21st
Walsall Flag of England.svg Chris Hutchings Sacked4 January 2011 [14] Flag of England.svg Dean Smith 21 January 2011 [15] 24th
Charlton Athletic Flag of England.svg Phil Parkinson Sacked4 January 2011 [16] Flag of England.svg Chris Powell 14 January 2011 [17] 5th
Peterborough United Flag of England.svg Gary Johnson Mutual consent10 January 2011 [18] Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson 12 January 2011 [19] 7th
Bournemouth Flag of England.svg Eddie Howe Signed by Burnley 16 January 2011 [20] Flag of England.svg Lee Bradbury 28 January 2011 [21] 4th
Sheffield Wednesday Flag of Scotland.svg Alan Irvine Sacked3 February 2011 [22] Flag of England.svg Gary Megson 4 February 2011 [23] 12th
Brentford Flag of England.svg Andy Scott Sacked3 February 2011 [24] Flag of England.svg Nicky Forster 1 March 2011 [25] 19th
Swindon Town Ulster Banner.svg Danny Wilson Resigned2 March 2011 [26] Flag of England.svg Paul Hart 3 March 2011 [27] 22nd
Notts County Flag of England.svg Paul Ince Mutual consent3 March 2011 [28] Flag of England.svg Martin Allen 11 April 2011 [29] 19th
Bristol Rovers Flag of England.svg Dave Penney Sacked7 March 2011 [30] Flag of England.svg Paul Buckle 30 May 2011 [31] 23rd
Swindon Town Flag of England.svg Paul Hart Sacked28 April 2011 [32] Flag of England.svg Paul Bodin 28 April 201124th

Ownership changes

ClubNew OwnerPrevious OwnerDate
Charlton Athletic CAFC Holdings Ltd Richard Murray 31 December 2010
Sheffield Wednesday Milan Mandaric Various board members31 December 2010

League table

A total of 24 teams contest the division, including 17 sides remaining in the division from last season, three relegated from the Championship, and four promoted from League Two.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Brighton & Hove Albion (C, P)46281178540+4595Promotion to Football League Championship
2 Southampton (P)46288108638+4892
3 Huddersfield Town 46251297748+2987Qualification for League One play-offs
4 Peterborough United (O, P)4623101310675+3179
5 Milton Keynes Dons 46238156760+777
6 Bournemouth 461914137554+2171
7 Leyton Orient 461913147162+970
8 Exeter City 462010166673770
9 Rochdale 461814146355+868
10 Colchester United 461614165763662
11 Brentford 461710195562761
12 Carlisle United 461611196062259
13 Charlton Athletic 461514176266459
14 Yeovil Town 4616111956661059
15 Sheffield Wednesday 461610206767058
16 Hartlepool United 4615121947651857
17 Oldham Athletic 461317165360756
18 Tranmere Rovers 461511205360756
19 Notts County 461482446601450
20 Walsall 4612122256751948
21 Dagenham & Redbridge (R)4612112352701847Relegation to Football League Two
22 Bristol Rovers (R)4611122348823445
23 Plymouth Argyle (R)461572451742342 [lower-alpha 1]
24 Swindon Town (R)469142350722241
Updated to match(es) played on 2 May 2011. Source: BBC
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Plymouth Argyle deducted 10 points for insolvency. [33]

Play-offs

 SemifinalsFinal
           
3Huddersfield Town (p)134 (4) 
6 AFC Bournemouth134 (2) 
   3 Huddersfield Town0
  4Peterborough United3
4Peterborough United224
5 Milton Keynes Dons303 

Semifinals

Bournemouth 1–1 Huddersfield Town
McDermott Soccerball shade.svg 60' Report Kilbane Soccerball shade.svg 22'
Dean Court, Bournemouth
Attendance: 9,043
Referee: Mick Russell
Huddersfield Town 3–3
(a.e.t.)
Bournemouth
Peltier Soccerball shade.svg 27'
Ward Soccerball shade.svg 45+2'
Kay Soccerball shade.svg 105'
Report Lovell Soccerball shade.svg 44' (pen.), 63'
Ings Soccerball shade.svg 104'
Penalties
Novak Soccerball shad check.svg
Ward Soccerball shad check.svg
Kilbane Soccerball shad check.svg
Kay Soccerball shad check.svg
4–2 Symes Soccerball shad check.svg
Feeney Soccerball shade cross.svg
Robinson Soccerball shade cross.svg
Cooper Soccerball shad check.svg
Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield
Attendance: 16,444
Referee: Neil Swarbrick

Huddersfield Town 4–4 Bournemouth on aggregate. Huddersfield Town won 4–2 on penalties.


Milton Keynes Dons 3–2 Peterborough United
Powell Soccerball shade.svg 47'
Baldock Soccerball shade.svg 50'
Balanta Soccerball shade.svg 56'
Report Mackail-Smith Soccerball shade.svg 8'
McCann Soccerball shade.svg 81' (pen.)
Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
Attendance: 12,662
Referee: Jonathan Moss
Peterborough United 2–0 Milton Keynes Dons
McCann Soccerball shade.svg 11'
Mackail-Smith Soccerball shade.svg 54'
Report
London Road Stadium, Peterborough
Attendance: 11,920
Referee: Colin Webster

Peterborough United won 4–3 on aggregate.

Final

Huddersfield Town 0–3 Peterborough United
Report Rowe Soccerball shade.svg 78'
Mackail-Smith Soccerball shade.svg 80'
McCann Soccerball shade.svg 85'
Old Trafford, Manchester
Attendance: 48,410
Referee: Steve Tanner

Results

Home \ Away BOU BRE B&HA BRR CRL CHA COL D&R EXE HAR HUD LEY MKD NTC OLD PET PLY ROC SHW SOU SWI TRA WAL YEO
Bournemouth 3–11–02–12–02–21–23–03–00–11–11–13–23–33–05–13–01–20–01–33–21–23–02–0
Brentford 1–10–11–02–12–11–12–11–10–00–12–10–21–11–32–12–01–31–00–30–12–11–21–2
Brighton & Hove Albion 1–11–02–24–31–12–04–33–04–12–35–02–01–02–13–14–02–22–01–22–12–02–12–0
Bristol Rovers 1–00–02–41–12–20–10–2 0–2 0–00–10–31–22–11–02–2 2–3 2–11–10–4 3–1 0–12–2 2–1
Carlisle United 1–02–00–04–03–44–10–22–21–02–20–14–11–02–20–11–11–10–13–20–02–01–30–2
Charlton Athletic 1–00–10–41–11–31–02–21–30–00–13–11–01–01–13–22–03–11–01–12–41–10–13–2
Colchester United 2–10–21–12–11–13–32–25–13–20–33–21–32–11–02–11–11–01–10–22–13–12–00–0
Dagenham & Redbridge 1–24–10–10–33–02–11–01–11–11–12–00–13–10–10–20–10–11–11–32–12–21–12–1
Exeter City 2–02–41–2 2–2 2–11–02–22–11–21–42–11–13–12–02–2 1–0 1–05–11–2 1–0 1–12–1 2–3
Hartlepool United 2–23–03–12–20–42–11–00–12–30–10–10–11–14–22–02–00–20–50–02–21–12–13–1
Huddersfield Town 2–24–42–10–12–03–10–02–10–10–12–24–13–00–01–13–22–11–02–00–00–01–04–2
Leyton Orient 2–21–00–04–10–01–34–21–13–01–01–22–22–01–02–12–02–14–00–23–00–30–01–5
Milton Keynes Dons 2–01–11–02–03–22–01–12–01–01–01–32–32–10–01–01–31–11–42–02–12–01–13–2
Notts County 0–21–11–10–10–11–02–01–00–23–00–33–22–00–20–12–01–20–21–31–00–11–14–0
Oldham Athletic 2–12–10–11–10–10–00–01–13–34–01–01–11–23–00–54–21–22–30–62–00–01–10–0
Peterborough United 3–32–10–33–06–01–51–15–03–04–04–22–22–12–35–22–12–15–34–45–42–14–12–2
Plymouth Argyle 1–21–20–2 3–1 1–12–22–12–1 2–0 0–12–11–41–01–10–20–30–13–21–3 1–0 1–32–0 0–0
Rochdale 0–00–12–23–12–32–01–23–20–10–03–01–11–41–01–12–21–12–12–03–33–23–20–1
Sheffield Wednesday 1–11–31–06–20–12–22–12–01–22–00–21–02–20–10–01–42–42–00–13–14–03–02–2
Southampton 2–00–20–01–01–02–00–04–04–02–04–11–13–20–02–14–10–10–22–04–12–03–13–0
Swindon Town 1–21–11–2 2–1 0–10–32–11–1 0–0 1–11–02–20–11–20–21–1 2–3 1–12–11–00–00–0 0–1
Tranmere Rovers 0–30–31–10–12–11–11–02–04–00–10–21–24–20–11–21–01–01–13–02–00–23–30–1
Walsall 0–13–21–36–12–12–00–11–02–15–22–40–21–20–31–11–32–10–01–11–01–21–40–1
Yeovil Town 2–22–00–1 0–1 1–00–14–21–3 1–3 0–21–12–11–02–11–10–2 1–0 0–10–21–1 3–3 3–11–1
Updated to match(es) played on 7 May 2011. Source: The Football League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics

Scoring

Discipline

Clean sheets

Monthly awards

Month Manager of the Month Player of the MonthNotes
ManagerClubPlayerClub
August Flag of Scotland.svg Alan Irvine Sheffield Wednesday Flag of England.svg Giles Coke Sheffield Wednesday [36] [37]
September Flag of Uruguay.svg Gus Poyet Brighton & Hove Albion Flag of Denmark.svg Casper Ankergren Brighton & Hove Albion [38] [39]
October Flag of England.svg Andy Scott Brentford Flag of Ireland.svg Anthony Pilkington Huddersfield Town [40] [41]
November Flag of England.svg Phil Parkinson Charlton Athletic Flag of England.svg Johnnie Jackson Charlton Athletic [42] [43]
December Flag of England.svg Mick Wadsworth Hartlepool United Flag of England.svg Sam Collins Hartlepool United [44] [45]
January Flag of England.svg Keith Hill Rochdale Flag of England.svg Paul Huntington Yeovil Town [46] [47]
February Flag of Scotland.svg Darren Ferguson Peterborough United Flag of Scotland.svg Craig Mackail-Smith Peterborough United [48] [49]
March Flag of Uruguay.svg Gus Poyet Brighton & Hove Albion Flag of Denmark.svg Casper Ankergren Brighton & Hove Albion [50] [51]

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