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Leicester City were the only team among the Championship’s three promoted newcomers to start the season on a happy note. While Scunthorpe and Peterborough were beaten, City came from behind to record a dramatic 2–1 win over Swansea.

The turning point was when Martyn Waghorn, the striker on loan from Sunderland, and Dany N’Guessan, the French winger who was signed from Lincoln City, were brought on as substitutes for their debuts. Until then, Swansea, ahead through an Ashley Williams header, seemed likely to stay in front, especially when their keeper Dorus de Vries brilliantly saved a Steve Howard penalty. But Leicester were transformed by Waghorn and N’Guessan and appropriately these were the players who scored their goals .

Scunthorpe were on the receiving end of the most emphatic Championship win of the Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Shop Online day as they fell 4-0 at Cardiff – not a bad way for Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada the Welsh club to mark their first league match at their new stadium. The first goal came from a Michael Chopra shot from 25 yards. Chopra, who cost Cardiff a club record £4m when they bought him back from Sunderland last Authentic Prada Bags Online Singapore month, created numerous problems for Scunthorpe. He struck the post with a shot from outside the penalty area prada, and after Jay Bothroyd doubled the home team’s advantage, he produced another excellent shot to make it 3–0.

Other notable performances included one from Sheffield Wednesday’s Michael Gray. He managed to set up the first goal against Barnsley and then increased their lead. However, Barnsley fought back to make it 2–2. Preston also came from two goals down for a 2–2 draw against Bristol City. Their equaliser came from a last-minute penalty by their captain, Callum Davidson.

One of the unhappiest debuts was that of Crystal Palace’s Stern John in the 1–1 draw against Plymouth. The former Southampton striker had to go off with Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Dresses Uk a shoulder injury, which is expected to put him out of action for several weeks.

In League One, Swindon, having sold last season’s top Football League scorer, Simon Cox, to West Bromwich Albion, were given a painful reminder of how much they are liable to miss him Bicester Village Prada Refund as they crashed 5–0 at Gillingham. How they must have wished they had Gillingham’s Simeon Jackson in their line-up. The 22-year-old striker, who scored Authentic Prada Canvas Bag Gillingham’s memorable League Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Shop Online Two play-off final winner against Shrewsbury, got a hat-trick yesterday and set up one of his side’s other goals.

All of which explains why Gillingham’s manager, Mark Stimson, welcomed Jackson spending so much of the summer on international duty with Canada, rather than being worried by it. Stimson said: ‘Other people might have thought it would take too much out of him physically, but I didn’t. If you’re scoring goals and playing for your country, Best Prada Outlet In Florence you don’t burn out. ‘

Leeds’s decision not to sell Jermaine Beckford, even though he will be out of contract next summer and has refused to sign a new agreement with the club, certainly seemed a wise one against Exeter. Leeds, who are hoping that Beckford will stay if they gain promotion to the Championship, won 2–1; and Beckford scored both of the goals.

Beckford had missed two good chances before he coolly opened the scoring, and then headed against the bar. Despite Exeter’s Barry Corr, a former Leeds trainee, being Authentic Prada Factory Outlet Online shown a red card for elbowing Michael Doyle, the Devon team got back on level terms through Alex Russell. However, Beckford capitalised on good build-up play by Robert Snodgrass and Jason Crowe to get the winner two minutes from the end.

There were contrasting fortunes for the Football League new boys, with Torquay United Are Prada Nylon Bags Worth The Money beating Chesterfield 2–0 but Burton Albion, in their first-ever match at this level, losing 3–1 at Shrewsbury. Burton, though, did give a good account of themselves and the result owed much to apparent errors by their new goalkeeper Shane Redmond.

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