Football League: your thoughts | Simon Burnton

13 March 2016 01:17
Rotherham’s Neil Warnock-inspired resurgence continued as Aitor Karanka took a step towards the exit at Middlesbrough, while Wigan’s Will Grigg continues his recent prodigious goalscoring form• Without even playing Middlesbrough provide the day’s big talking point. The story behind Aitor Karanka’s falling-out with his squad remains untold, but he will be absent from the dug-out for Sunday’s game against Charlton and his future is clearly uncertain. For all that Boro’s recent form – four defeats, three draws and three wins in their last 10 – has been unconvincing, promotion is theirs for the taking: they are second, two points ahead of Hull, and though they are seven points behind Burnley they have two games in hand on the league leaders. Logic suggests that Karanka’s departure will be at the very least destabilising, and with perhaps the most important match remaining this season – a home game against Hull – looming on Friday they have little time to find a resolution. Continue full article

Source: TheGuardian