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The new Wembley Stadium was completed in time for the 2006-07 season's FA Cup Final.

The 2006–07 season was the 127th season of competitive football in England.

Contents

Overview

Diary of the season

Managerial changes

Name Club Date of departure Replacement Date of appointment
Glenn Hoddle Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 July 2006[78] Mick McCarthy 21 July 2006[79]
David O'Leary Aston Villa 19 July 2006[80] Martin O'Neill 4 August 2006[81]
Niall Quinn Sunderland 28 August 2006[82] Roy Keane 28 August 2006[83]
Dave Penney Doncaster Rovers 30 August 2006[84] Sean O'Driscoll 8 September 2006[85]
Mark McGhee Brighton & Hove Albion 8 September 2006[86] Dean Wilkins 29 September 2006[87]
Sean O'Driscoll Bournemouth 8 September 2006[85] Kevin Bond 13 October 2006[88]
Bryan Robson West Bromwich Albion 18 September 2006[89] Tony Mowbray 13 October 2006[90]
Gary Waddock Queens Park Rangers 20 September 2006[91] John Gregory 20 September 2006[91]
Kevin Blackwell Leeds United 20 September 2006[92] Dennis Wise 24 October 2006[93]
Nigel Spackman Millwall 25 September 2006[94] Willie Donachie 22 November 2006[95]
Nigel Worthington Norwich City 1 October 2006[96] Peter Grant 13 October 2006 [97]
Brian Horton Macclesfield Town 1 October 2006[98] Paul Ince 23 October 2006[99]
David Hodgson Darlington 4 October 2006[100] Dave Penney 30 October 2006[101]
Paul Sturrock Sheffield Wednesday 19 October 2006[102] Brian Laws 6 November 2006[103]
Dennis Wise Swindon Town 24 October 2006[93] Paul Sturrock 7 November 2006[104]
Graham Rodger Grimsby Town 6 November 2006[105] Alan Buckley 9 November 2006[106]
Brian Laws Scunthorpe United 6 November 2006[103] Nigel Adkins 7 December 2006[107]
Iain Dowie Charlton Athletic 13 November 2006[108] Les Reed 14 November 2006[109]
Leroy Rosenior Brentford 18 November 2006[110] Scott Fitzgerald 21 December 2006[111]
Andy Ritchie Barnsley 21 November 2006[112] Simon Davey 31 December 2006[113]
Ian Atkins Torquay United 27 November 2006[114] Luboš Kubík 27 November 2006[115]
Phil Parkinson Hull City 4 December 2006[116] Phil Brown 4 January 2007[117]
Alan Pardew West Ham United 11 December 2006[118] Alan Curbishley 13 December 2006[119]
Steve Parkin Rochdale 17 December 2006[120] Keith Hill 3 January 2007 [121]
Peter Shirtliff Mansfield Town 19 December 2006[122] Billy Dearden 28 December 2006[123]
John Gorman Northampton Town 20 December 2006[124] Stuart Gray 2 January 2007[125]
Les Reed Charlton Athletic 24 December 2006[126] Alan Pardew 24 December 2006[126]
Denis Smith Wrexham 11 January 2007[127] Brian Carey 12 January 2007[128]
Keith Alexander Peterborough United 15 January 2007[129] Darren Ferguson 20 January 2007[130]
Micky Adams Coventry City 17 January 2007[131] Iain Dowie 19 January 2007[132]
Luboš Kubík Torquay United 5 February 2007[133] Keith Curle 8 February 2007[134]
Colin Todd Bradford City 12 February 2007[135] Stuart McCall 22 May 2007[136]
Kenny Jackett Swansea City 15 February 2007[137] Roberto Martínez 24 February 2007[138]
Alan Knill Rotherham United 1 March 2007[139] Mark Robins 6 April 2007[140]
Peter Jackson Huddersfield Town 6 March 2007[141] Andy Ritchie 11 April 2007[142]
Roy McFarland Chesterfield 12 March 2007[143] Lee Richardson 26 April 2007[144]
Mike Newell Luton Town 15 March 2007[145] Kevin Blackwell 27 March 2007[146]
Scott Fitzgerald Brentford 10 April 2007[147] Terry Butcher 24 April 2007[148]
Chris Coleman Fulham 10 April 2007[149] Lawrie Sanchez 11 May 2007[150]
Rob Kelly Leicester City 11 April 2007[151] Martin Allen 25 May 2007[152]
Sam Allardyce Bolton Wanderers 29 April 2007[153] Sammy Lee 30 April 2007[154]
Mark Wright Chester City 30 April 2007[155] Bobby Williamson 11 May 2007[156]
Glenn Roeder Newcastle United 6 May 2007[157] Sam Allardyce 15 May 2007[158]
Paul Jewell Wigan Athletic 14 May 2007[159] Chris Hutchings 14 May 2007[160]
Stuart Pearce Manchester City 14 May 2007[161] Sven-Göran Eriksson 6 July 2007[162]
Neil Warnock Sheffield United 16 May 2007[163] Bryan Robson 22 May 2007[164]
Martin Allen Milton Keynes Dons 25 May 2007[152] Paul Ince 25 June 2007[165]
Paul Ince Macclesfield Town 24 June 2007[165] Ian Brightwell 29 June 2007[166]

National team

England began their qualifying campaign for Euro 2008 in September, beating Andorra 5-0.[167] Steve McClaren began his reign as head coach against Greece.[168]

Date Venue Opponents Score[169] Competition England scorers Match report
16 August 2006 Old Trafford (H)  Greece 4-0 F John Terry
Frank Lampard
Peter Crouch (2)
BBC
2 September 2006 Old Trafford (H)  Andorra 5-0 ECQ Peter Crouch (2)
Steven Gerrard
Jermain Defoe (2)
BBC
6 September 2006 Skopje City Stadium (A)  Macedonia 1-0 ECQ Peter Crouch BBC
7 October 2006 Old Trafford (H)  Macedonia 0-0 ECQ BBC
11 October 2006 Maksimir Stadium,
Zagreb (A)
 Croatia 0-2 ECQ BBC
15 November 2006 Amsterdam ArenA (A)  Netherlands 1-1 F Wayne Rooney BBC
7 February 2007 Old Trafford (H)  Spain 0-1 F   BBC
24 March 2007 Ramat Gan Stadium,
Ramat Gan (A)[170][171]
 Israel 0-0 ECQ BBC
28 March 2007 Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys,
Barcelona, Spain (A)[172]
 Andorra 3-0 ECQ Steven Gerrard (2)
David Nugent
BBC
1 June 2007 Wembley Stadium (H)  Brazil 1-1 F John Terry BBC
6 June 2007 A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn (A)  Estonia 3-0 ECQ Joe Cole
Peter Crouch
Michael Owen
BBC
Key
  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • F = Friendly
  • ECQ = European Championship qualifier

Honours

League football

Competition Winner Details Match report
Premier League Manchester United Premier League 2006-07 BBC
FA Cup Chelsea FA Cup 2006-07
beat Manchester United 1-0 in final
BBC
Carling Cup Chelsea Carling Cup 2006-07
beat Arsenal 2-1 in final
BBC
Football League Championship Sunderland The Football League 2006-07 BBC
Football League One Scunthorpe United The Football League 2006-07 BBC
Football League Two Walsall The Football League 2006-07 BBC
Johnstone's Paint Trophy Doncaster Rovers beat Bristol Rovers 3-2 in final BBC
FA Community Shield Liverpool 2006 FA Community Shield
beat Chelsea 2-1
BBC

Non-League football

Competition Winners Details
Conference National winners Dagenham & Redbridge[173]
Conference National playoff winners Morecambe[174]
Conference North winners Droylsden[56]
Conference North playoff winners Farsley Celtic
Conference South winners Histon[175]
Conference South playoff winners Salisbury City
FA Trophy Stevenage Borough[176] beat Kidderminster 3-2 in final
FA Vase Truro City[177] beat A.F.C. Totton 3-1 in final

European qualification

Competition Qualifiers Reason for Qualification
UEFA Champions League Manchester United 1st in FA Premier League
Chelsea 2nd in FA Premier League
UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round Liverpool 3rd in FA Premier League
Arsenal 4th in FA Premier League
UEFA Cup Tottenham Hotspur 5th in FA Premier League
Everton In lieu of League Cup winners
(qualification awarded as next-highest (6th) Premier League finishers to have not qualified for Europe because League Cup winners Chelsea had already qualified for the Champions League)
Bolton Wanderers In lieu of FA Cup winners
(qualification awarded as next-highest (7th) Premier League finishers to have not qualified for Europe because FA Cup winners Chelsea and Runners Up Manchester United had already qualified for the Champions League)
UEFA Intertoto Cup Third round Blackburn Rovers Highest Premier League finishers (10th) to have entered and not qualified for any other European competition

League tables

Premier League

P W D L F A GD Pts
C 1 Manchester United 38 28 5 5 83 27 +56 89
  2 Chelsea 38 24 11 3 64 24 +40 83
  3 Liverpool 38 20 8 10 57 27 +30 68
  4 Arsenal 38 19 11 8 63 35 +28 68
  5 Tottenham Hotspur 38 17 9 12 57 54 +3 60
  6 Everton 38 15 13 10 52 36 +16 58
  7 Bolton Wanderers 38 16 8 14 47 52 -5 56
  8 Reading 38 16 7 15 52 47 +5 55
  9 Portsmouth 38 14 12 12 45 42 +3 54
  10 Blackburn Rovers 38 15 7 16 52 54 -2 52
  11 Aston Villa 38 11 17 10 43 41 +2 50
  12 Middlesbrough 38 12 10 16 44 49 -5 46
  13 Newcastle United 38 11 10 17 38 47 -9 43
  14 Manchester City 38 11 9 18 29 44 -15 42
  15 West Ham United 38 12 5 21 35 59 -24 41
  16 Fulham 38 8 15 15 38 60 -22 39
  17 Wigan Athletic 38 10 8 20 37 59 -22 38
R 18 Sheffield United 38 10 8 20 32 55 -23 38
R 19 Charlton Athletic 38 8 10 20 34 60 -26 34
R 20 Watford 38 5 13 20 29 59 -30 28

Football League Championship

Sunderland won the division under new manager Roy Keane. The club had lost their first four games, and looked ominous for a second relegation but Keane's surprise appointment by rookie chairman Niall Quinn paid off and they surged up the table, losing just one of their final 20 games.

Keane's former Manchester United colleague, Steve Bruce also took Birmingham back into the Premier League, ensuring that they only remained in the Championship for one season.

Derby County spent half the season in the top 2 but fell away in the final weeks to slip into the play-off places. Nonetheless, they won promotion by beating West Bromwich Albion 1-0 in the final at the recently-opened new Wembley Stadium. This denied the Baggies an immediate return to the Premier League, which would have meant all 3 relegated clubs from the previous season were promoted.

Preston were perhaps the biggest chokers as they lost 5 of their final 7 games to slump out of the play-off places they had occupied through the bulk of the season, missing out on a third successive play-off finish. Cardiff City had been the early pace-setters, leading the table until almost the midway point but their form tailed off badly in the second half.

After a play-off final appearance the previous year, Leeds finished bottom amidst yet more financial worries and acrimony. Their placing at the foot of the table was due to a 10 point deduction they suffered after going into voluntary administration after their relegation was all but confirmed on the penultimate weekend. The club came close to being expelled from the Football League during the summer, but they were allowed to remain for the following season, albeit with a 15 point deduction.

Luton, who would have finished bottom but for Leeds's deduction, were relegated after being forced to sell many of their top players due to mounting financial problems. Southend lasted only a single season in the Championship after their two successive promotions. Colchester fared best of the newly-promoted clubs, comfortably finishing in 10th, largely on the back of their strong home form at the division's smallest stadium, Layer Road.

P W D L F A GD Pts
C 1 Sunderland 46 27 7 12 76 47 +29 88
P 2 Birmingham City 46 26 8 12 67 42 +25 86
P 3 Derby County 46 25 9 12 62 46 +16 84
  4 West Bromwich Albion 46 22 10 14 81 55 +26 76
  5 Wolverhampton Wanderers 46 22 10 14 59 56 +3 76
  6 Southampton 46 21 12 13 77 53 +24 75
  7 Preston North End 46 22 8 16 64 53 +11 74
  8 Stoke City 46 19 16 11 62 41 +21 73
  9 Sheffield Wednesday 46 20 11 15 70 66 +4 71
  10 Colchester United 46 20 9 17 70 56 +14 69
  11 Plymouth Argyle 46 17 16 13 63 62 +1 67
  12 Crystal Palace 46 18 11 17 59 51 +8 65
  13 Cardiff City 46 17 13 16 57 53 +4 64
  14 Ipswich Town 46 18 8 20 64 59 +5 62
  15 Burnley 46 15 12 19 52 49 +3 57
  16 Norwich City 46 16 9 21 56 71 -15 57
  17 Coventry City 46 16 8 22 47 62 -15 56
  18 Queens Park Rangers 46 14 11 21 54 68 -14 53
  19 Leicester City 46 13 14 19 49 64 -15 53
  20 Barnsley 46 15 5 26 53 85 -32 50
  21 Hull City 46 13 10 23 51 67 -16 49
R 22 Southend United 46 10 12 24 47 80 -33 42
R 23 Luton Town 46 10 10 26 53 81 -28 40
R 24 Leeds United 46 13 7 26 46 72 -26 36 A

A Deducted 10 points for being administrated

Leading goalscorer: Jamie Cureton (Colchester United) - 23

See also: Play-off results

Football League One

Scunthorpe returned to the Championship, having been in the bottom two divisions since the early 1960s. Bristol City got back into the Championship after nearly a decade of near-misses, and play-off winners Blackpool got out of the bottom two divisions after nearly three decades.

Brentford, who lost their manager Martin Allen just before the start of the season, finished bottom, having a dismal run of 21 games without a win. Rotherham won their first few games, wiping out their ten-point deduction early in the season; they ended up finishing thirteen points adrift however, and were relegated. Having started the decade in the Premier League, Bradford City fell into the bottom division for the first time in twenty-five years, with Chesterfield occupying the final relegation spot.

P W D L F A GD Pts
C 1 Scunthorpe United 46 26 13 7 73 35 +38 91
P 2 Bristol City 46 25 10 11 63 39 +24 85
P 3 Blackpool 46 24 11 11 76 49 +27 83
  4 Nottingham Forest 46 23 13 10 65 41 +24 82
  5 Yeovil Town 46 23 10 13 55 39 +16 79
  6 Oldham Athletic 46 21 12 13 69 47 +22 75
  7 Swansea City 46 20 12 14 69 53 +16 72
  8 Carlisle United 46 19 11 16 54 55 -1 68
  9 Tranmere Rovers 46 18 13 15 58 53 +5 67
  10 Millwall 46 19 9 18 59 62 -3 66
  11 Doncaster Rovers 46 16 15 15 52 47 +5 63
  12 Port Vale 46 18 6 22 64 65 -1 60
  13 Crewe Alexandra 46 17 9 20 66 72 -6 60
  14 Northampton Town 46 15 14 17 48 51 -3 59
  15 Huddersfield Town 46 14 17 15 60 69 -9 59
  16 Gillingham 46 17 8 21 56 77 -21 59
  17 Cheltenham Town 46 15 9 22 49 61 -12 54
  18 Brighton and Hove Albion 46 14 11 21 49 58 -9 53
  19 Bournemouth 46 13 13 20 50 64 -14 52
  20 Leyton Orient 46 12 15 19 61 77 -16 51
R 21 Chesterfield 46 12 11 23 45 53 -8 47
R 22 Bradford City 46 11 14 21 47 65 -18 47
R 23 Rotherham United 46 13 9 24 58 75 -17 38 A
R 24 Brentford 46 8 13 25 40 79 -39 37

A Deducted 10 points for being administrated

Football League Two

The four teams relegated from League One in 2005-06 would occupy the top four this season, sending Walsall Hartlepool and Swindon back up. Bristol Rovers won the play-offs however, returning to League One after six years.

Torquay United had been both the last team to finish bottom under the old election system, and the last team to finish bottom of the League and survive due to the Conference champions not having a good enough ground. However, this season they finished bottom and dropped out of the League. They were joined by Boston United, who went into administration in the 87th minute of the season's final game (but would still have been relegated even without the 10-point administration penalty).

P W D L F A GD Pts
C 1 Walsall 46 25 14 7 66 34 +32 89
P 2 Hartlepool United 46 25 13 8 58 38 +26 88
P 3 Swindon Town 46 25 10 11 58 38 +20 85
  4 Milton Keynes Dons 46 25 9 12 76 58 +18 84
  5 Lincoln City 46 21 11 14 70 59 +11 74
P 6 Bristol Rovers 46 20 12 14 49 42 +7 72
  7 Shrewsbury Town 46 18 17 11 68 46 +22 71
  8 Stockport County 46 21 8 17 65 54 +11 71
  9 Rochdale 46 18 12 16 70 50 +20 66
  10 Peterborough United 46 18 11 17 70 61 +9 65
  11 Darlington 46 17 14 15 52 56 -4 65
  12 Wycombe Wanderers 46 16 14 16 52 47 +5 62
  13 Notts County 46 16 14 16 55 53 +2 62
  14 Barnet 46 16 11 19 55 70 -15 59
  15 Grimsby Town 46 17 8 21 57 73 -16 59
  16 Hereford United 46 14 13 19 45 53 -8 55
  17 Mansfield Town 46 14 12 20 58 63 -5 54
  18 Chester City 46 13 14 19 40 48 -8 53
  19 Wrexham 46 13 12 21 43 65 -22 51
  20 Accrington Stanley 46 13 11 22 70 81 -11 50
  21 Bury 46 13 11 22 46 61 -15 50
  22 Macclesfield Town 46 12 12 22 55 77 -22 48
R 23 Boston United 46 12 10 24 51 80 -29 36AR
R 24 Torquay United 46 7 14 25 36 63 -27 35

AR Deducted 10 points for entering a Company Voluntary Arrangement

Monthly awards

Month Premiership Championship League One League Two
Manager Player Manager Player Manager Player Manager Player
August Alex Ferguson
Manchester United[178]
Ryan Giggs
Manchester United[178]
Dave Jones
Cardiff City[179]
Gareth Bale
Southampton[180]
Colin Calderwood
Nottingham Forest[179]
Leon Constantine
Port Vale[180]
Dennis Wise
Swindon Town[179]
Christian Roberts
Swindon Town[180]
September Steve Coppell
Reading[181]
Andy Johnson
Everton[178]
Geraint Williams
Colchester United[179]
Michael Chopra
Cardiff City[180]
Brian Laws
Scunthorpe United[179]
Nicky Maynard
Crewe Alexandra[180]
Danny Wilson
Hartlepool United[179]
Mark Stallard
Lincoln City[180]
October Alex Ferguson
Manchester United[178]
Paul Scholes
Manchester United[178]
Steve Cotterill
Burnley[179]
Diomansy Kamara
West Bromwich Albion[180]
Alan Knill
Rotherham United[179]
Billy Sharp
Scunthorpe United[180]
John Schofield
Lincoln City[179]
Jamie Forrester
Lincoln City[180]
November Steve Coppell
Reading[182]
Cristiano Ronaldo
Manchester United[183]
Billy Davies
Derby County[184]
Darel Russell
Stoke City[180]
John Sheridan
Oldham Athletic[185]
Kris Commons
Nottingham Forest[180]
Richard Money
Walsall[186]
Steve Phillips
Bristol Rovers[180]
December Sam Allardyce
Bolton Wanderers[178]
Cristiano Ronaldo
Manchester United[178]
Steve Bruce
Birmingham City[187]
Jason Koumas
West Bromwich Albion[180]
Simon Grayson
Blackpool[188]
Paul Heffernan
Doncaster Rovers[180]
Paul Ince
Macclesfield Town[189]
Dimitrios Konstantopoulos
Hartlepool United[180]
January Rafael Benítez
Liverpool[190]
Cesc Fàbregas
Arsenal[190]
Billy Davies
Derby County[179]
David Nugent
Preston North End[191]
Sean O'Driscoll
Doncaster Rovers[179]
Enoch Showunmi
Bristol City[192]
Paul Sturrock
Swindon Town[179]
Michael Nelson
Hartlepool United[193]
February Alex Ferguson
Manchester United[194]
Ryan Giggs
Manchester United[194]
Roy Keane
Sunderland[195]
Stephen Ward
Wolverhampton Wanderers[196]
Nigel Adkins
Scunthorpe United[197]
Joe Murphy
Scunthorpe United[198]
Danny Wilson
Hartlepool United[199]
Wayne Hennessey
Stockport County[200]
March José Mourinho
Chelsea[201]
Petr Čech
Chelsea[201]
Roy Keane
Sunderland[202]
Gary Johnson
Bristol City[203]
Danny Wilson
Hartlepool United[204]
April Martin O'Neill
Aston Villa[205]
Dimitar Berbatov & Robbie Keane
Tottenham Hotspur[206]
Tony Pulis
Stoke City[207]
Simon Grayson
Blackpool[208]
Paul Trollope
Bristol Rovers[209]

Transfer deals

The summer transfer window saw many high profile moves. These included Andriy Shevchenko and Michael Ballack joining Chelsea,[210][211] and Ruud van Nistelrooy leaving Manchester United to join Real Madrid.[212] West Ham United secured the surprise double signing of Javier Mascherano and Carlos Tévez from Corinthians,[213] and Dietmar Hamann's transfer to Bolton Wanderers became the shortest in English footballing history.[214]

The January transfer window was quieter than the summer, with Ashley Young's £9.65m move to Aston Villa[215] and Matthew Upson's £6m move to West Ham United[216] the window's most expensive.

In total, Premiership clubs spent the highest amount on transfers in the summer since the transfer window system was introduced.[217]

Retirements

Deaths

See also

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