2012–13 Football League One

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Football League One
Season2012–13
Champions Doncaster Rovers
(1st divisional title)
Promoted Doncaster Rovers
Bournemouth
Yeovil Town
Relegated Scunthorpe United
Portsmouth
Hartlepool United
Bury
Matches played552
Goals scored1,367 (2.48 per match)
Top goalscorer Paddy Madden
(23 goals)
Biggest home win Preston North End 5–0 Hartlepool United
Swindon Town 5–0 Portsmouth
Swindon Town 5–0 Tranmere Rovers
Biggest away win Hartlepool United 0–5 Coventry City
Highest scoring8 goals
Sheffield United 5–3 Bournemouth
Longest winning run8 games
Bournemouth
Yeovil Town
Longest unbeaten run16 games
Sheffield United
Longest winless run22 games
Portsmouth
Longest losing run9 games
Colchester United, Portsmouth
Highest attendance23,431
Sheffield United v Brentford
(16 April 2013) [1]
Lowest attendance1,396
Bury v Stevenage
(19 March 2013) [1]
Average attendance6,319 [1]
2013–14

The 2012–13 Football League One (referred to as the Npower Football League One for sponsorship reasons) was the ninth season of the league under its current title and twenty-first season under its current league division format. The season began on 18 August 2012 and ended on 27 April 2013.

Contents

Changes from last season

Team changes

To League One

Relegated from the Championship
Promoted from League Two

From League One

Promoted to the Championship
Relegated to League Two

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Doncaster Rovers (C, P)46259126244+1884Promotion to Football League Championship
2 Bournemouth (P)462411117653+2383
3 Brentford 46211696247+1579Qualification for League One play-offs [lower-alpha 1]
4 Yeovil Town (O, P)46238157156+1577
5 Sheffield United 46191895642+1475
6 Swindon Town 462014127239+3374
7 Leyton Orient 46218175548+771
8 Milton Keynes Dons 461913146245+1770
9 Walsall 461717126558+768
10 Crawley Town 461814145958+168
11 Tranmere Rovers 461910175848+1067
12 Notts County 461617136149+1265
13 Crewe Alexandra 461810185462864
14 Preston North End 461417155449+559
15 Coventry City 461811176659+755 [lower-alpha 2]
16 Shrewsbury Town 461316175460655
17 Carlisle United 4614131956772155
18 Stevenage 461592247641754
19 Oldham Athletic 461492346591351
20 Colchester United 461492347682151
21 Scunthorpe United (R)461392449732448Relegation to Football League Two
22 Bury (R)469142345732841
23 Hartlepool United (R)469142339672841
24 Portsmouth (R)4610122451691832 [lower-alpha 3]
Updated to match(es) played on 27 April 2013. Source: BBC Sport
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. Four teams play for one spot and promotion to Football League Championship.
  2. On 28 March Coventry City were deducted ten points for entering administration. [2]
  3. On 20 April Portsmouth were deducted ten points after coming out of administration. [3]

Play-offs

 SemifinalsFinal
           
3 Brentford (p)134 (5) 
6 Swindon Town 134 (4) 
   3 Brentford 1
  4 Yeovil Town 2
4 Yeovil Town 022
5 Sheffield United 101 

Team overview

Stadia and locations

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
Bournemouth Bournemouth Dean Court 10,700
Brentford Brentford, Greater London Griffin Park 12,763
Bury Bury Gigg Lane 11,840
Carlisle United Carlisle Brunton Park 16,981
Colchester United Colchester Colchester Community Stadium 10,064
Coventry City Coventry Ricoh Arena 32,609
Crawley Town Crawley Broadfield Stadium 5,996
Crewe Alexandra Crewe Alexandra Stadium 10,153
Doncaster Rovers Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium 15,231
Hartlepool United Hartlepool Victoria Park 8,240
Leyton Orient Leyton, Greater 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
Portsmouth Portsmouth Fratton Park 20,224
Preston North End Preston Deepdale 23,408
Scunthorpe United Scunthorpe Glanford Park 9,088
Sheffield United Sheffield Bramall Lane 32,702
Shrewsbury Town Shrewsbury Greenhous Meadow 9,875
Stevenage Stevenage Broadhall Way 6,722
Swindon Town Swindon County Ground 15,728
Tranmere Rovers Birkenhead Prenton Park 16,789
Walsall Walsall Bescot Stadium 11,300
Yeovil Town Yeovil Huish Park 9,565

Personnel and sponsoring

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamManager1Team captainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
Bournemouth Eddie Howe Miles Addison Fila Energy Consulting
Brentford Uwe Rösler Kevin O'Connor Puma SkyeX
Bury Kevin Blackwell Steven Schumacher Surridge Bury Council
Carlisle United Greg Abbott Lee Miller Fila Eddie Stobart Transport
Colchester United Joe Dunne Kemal Izzet PumaSponsors on a match-by-match basis (H)
JobServe (A)
Coventry City Steven Pressley Carl Baker Puma City Link
Crawley Town Richie Barker Josh Simpson PumaGlobal Freight Solutions
Crewe Alexandra Steve Davis Luke Murphy Carbrini Mornflake Oats
Doncaster Rovers Paul Dickov Rob Jones Nike One Call Insurance
Hartlepool United Colin Cooper Sam Collins Nike Dove Energy
Leyton Orient Russell Slade Nathan Clarke Nike Samsung (H)
FIFA 13 (A)
Milton Keynes Dons Karl Robinson Dean Lewington VandanelCase Security
Notts County Chris Kiwomya Neal Bishop Fila 3663 (H)
Vision Express (A & 3rd)
Oldham Athletic Lee Johnson Dean Furman FilaCarbrini
Portsmouth Guy Whittingham Johnny Ertl Kappa Jobsite
Preston North End Simon Grayson John Mousinho Puma Magners (H)
Tennent's Lager (A)
Scunthorpe United Brian Laws Paul Reid NikeRainham Steel
Sheffield United David Weir Michael Doyle Macron Westfield Health (H)
Redtooth (A & 3rd)
Shrewsbury Town Graham Turner Matt Richards Joma Greenhous
Stevenage Graham Westley Mark Roberts PumaStapleton's Tyres
Swindon Town Kevin MacDonald Alan McCormack Adidas Samsung (H)
FIFA 13 (A)
Tranmere Rovers Ronnie Moore James Wallace Fila Wirral
Walsall Dean Smith Andy Butler Diadora SR Timber Merchants
Yeovil Town Gary Johnson Jamie McAllister VandanelW+S Recycling

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Bournemouth Lee Bradbury Sacked25 March 2012 [4] Pre-season Paul Groves 11 May 2012 [5]
Crawley Town Steve Evans Signed by Rotherham United 9 April 2012 [6] Pre-season Sean O'Driscoll 16 May 2012 [7]
Crawley Town Sean O'Driscoll Signed by Nottingham Forest 19 July 2012 [8] Pre-season Richie Barker 7 August 2012 [9]
Bury Richie Barker Signed by Crawley Town 7 August 2012 [9] Pre-season Kevin Blackwell 26 September 2012 [10]
Coventry City Andy Thorn Sacked26 August 2012 [11] 14th Mark Robins 19 September 2012 [12]
Colchester United John Ward Sacked24 September 2012 [13] 22nd Joe Dunne 27 September 2012 [14]
Bournemouth Paul Groves Sacked3 October 2012 [15] 20th Eddie Howe 12 October 2012 [16]
Hartlepool United Neale Cooper Resigned24 October 2012 [17] 24th John Hughes 14 November 2012
Scunthorpe United Alan Knill Sacked29 October 2012 [18] 22nd Brian Laws 30 October 2012 [18]
Portsmouth Michael Appleton Signed by Blackpool 7 November 2012 [19] 17th Guy Whittingham 24 April 2013 [20]
Doncaster Rovers Dean Saunders Signed by Wolverhampton Wanderers 6 January 20132nd Brian Flynn 17 January 2013 [21]
Oldham Athletic Paul Dickov Resigned3 February 2013 [22] 20th Lee Johnson 18 March 2013 [23]
Notts County Keith Curle Sacked3 February 2013 [24] 10th Chris Kiwomya 23 February 2013 [25]
Preston North End Graham Westley Sacked13 February 2013 [26] 17th Simon Grayson 18 February 2013 [27]
Coventry City Mark Robins Signed by Huddersfield Town 14 February 2013 [28] 8th Steven Pressley 8 March 2013 [29]
Swindon Town Paolo Di Canio Resigned18 February 20136th Kevin MacDonald 28 February 2013 [30]
Stevenage Gary Smith Sacked20 March 201315th Graham Westley 30 March 2013 [31]
Sheffield United Danny Wilson Sacked10 April 2013 [32] 5th David Weir 10 June 2013
Doncaster Rovers Brian Flynn Appointed as "Director of Football"3 May 2013 [33] 1st Paul Dickov 20 May 2013 [34]
Hartlepool United John Hughes Sacked9 May 2013 [35] 24th Colin Cooper 24 May 2013 [36]

Results

Home \ Away BOU BRE BRY CRL COL COV CRA CRE DON HAR LEY MKD NTC OLD POR PNE SCU SHU SHR STE SWI TRA WAL YEO
Bournemouth 2–24–13–11–00–23–03–11–21–12–01–13–14–12–01–11–00–12–11–11–13–11–23–0
Brentford 0–02–22–11–02–12–15–10–12–22–23–22–11–03–21–01–02–00–02–02–11–20–01–3
Bury 2–20–01–11–20–20–22–22–02–10–21–40–20–12–01–22–10–22–22–00–10–11–13–2
Carlisle United 2–42–02–10–21–00–20–01–33–01–41–10–43–14–21–11–11–32–22–12–20–30–33–3
Colchester United 0–11–32–02–01–31–11–21–23–12–10–20–20–22–21–01–21–10–01–00–11–52–02–0
Coventry City 1–01–12–21–22–23–11–21–01–00–11–11–22–11–11–11–21–10–11–21–21–05–10–1
Crawley Town 3–11–23–21–13–02–02–01–12–21–02–00–01–10–31–03–00–22–21–11–12–52–20–1
Crewe Alexandra 1–20–21–01–03–21–02–01–22–11–12–11–20–21–21–01–01–01–11–22–10–02–00–1
Doncaster Rovers 0–12–12–10–21–01–40–10–23–02–00–00–11–01–11–34–02–21–01–11–01–01–21–1
Hartlepool United 1–21–12–01–20–00–50–13–01–12–10–22–11–20–00–12–01–22–20–20–00–20–00–0
Leyton Orient 3–11–02–04–10–20–10–11–10–21–02–02–11–11–02–01–30–12–10–10–02–12–14–1
Milton Keynes Dons 0–32–01–12–05–12–30–01–03–01–01–01–12–02–21–10–11–02–30–12–03–02–41–0
Notts County 3–31–24–11–03–12–21–11–10–22–01–11–21–03–00–11–01–13–21–21–00–10–11–2
Oldham Athletic 0–10–21–21–21–10–12–11–21–23–02–03–12–21–03–11–10–21–00–10–20–11–11–0
Portsmouth 1–10–12–01–12–32–01–22–00–11–32–31–10–20–10–02–13–03–10–01–21–01–21–2
Preston North End 2–01–10–01–10–02–21–21–30–35–00–00–00–02–01–13–00–11–22–04–11–01–33–2
Scunthorpe United 1–21–11–23–11–01–22–11–22–31–22–10–32–22–22–12–31–10–01–03–11–31–10–4
Sheffield United 5–32–21–10–03–01–20–23–30–02–30–00–01–11–11–00–03–01–04–12–00–01–00–2
Shrewsbury Town 0–30–00–02–12–24–13–01–01–21–10–22–22–21–03–21–00–11–22–10–11–11–01–3
Stevenage 0–11–02–21–10–21–31–22–21–21–00–10–22–01–22–11–41–04–01–10–41–13–10–2
Swindon Town 4–00–10–14–00–12–23–04–11–11–10–11–00–01–15–01–11–10–02–03–05–02–24–1
Tranmere Rovers 0–01–13–00–14–02–02–02–11–20–13–10–11–11–02–21–11–00–10–23–11–30–03–2
Walsall 3–12–21–11–21–04–02–22–20–31–11–21–01–13–12–03–11–41–13–11–00–22–02–2
Yeovil Town 0–13–02–11–33–11–12–21–02–11–03–02–10–04–11–23–13–00–12–11–30–21–00–0
Updated to match(es) played on 27 April 2013. Source: The Football League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Andy Robinson Tranmere RoversCarlisle United0–3 [39] 21 August 2012
Jake Cassidy Tranmere RoversColchester United4–0 [40] 1 September 2012
Dean Bowditch Milton Keynes DonsBury1–4 [41] 22 September 2012
Nicky Wroe Preston North EndScunthorpe United2–3 [42] 23 October 2012
Dani Lopez StevenageSheffield United4–0 [44] 16 March 2013

Scoring

Clean sheets

Discipline

Awards

Monthly awards

Month Manager of the Month Player of the Month Reference
ManagerClubPlayerClub
August Ronnie Moore Tranmere Rovers Andy Robinson Tranmere Rovers [49] [50]
September Ronnie Moore Tranmere Rovers Jake Cassidy Tranmere Rovers [51] [52]
October Danny Wilson Sheffield United George Long Sheffield United [53] [54]
November Eddie Howe Bournemouth Kevin Lisbie Leyton Orient [55] [56]
December Mark Robins Coventry City David McGoldrick Coventry City [57] [58]
January Dean Smith Walsall Paddy Madden Yeovil Town [59] [60]
February John Hughes Hartlepool United Peter Hartley Hartlepool United [61] [62]
March Russell Slade Leyton Orient Brett Pitman Bournemouth [63] [64]
April Eddie Howe Bournemouth Matt Smith Oldham Athletic [65] [66]

Other awards

MonthAwardPlayerClubNotes
AugustYoung Player of the Month Max Clayton Crewe Alexandra [67]
SeptemberYoung Player of the Month George Bowerman Walsall [68]
FebruaryYoung Player of the Month George Long Sheffield United [69]

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