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2010–11 Leicester City F.C. season

Leicester City
2010–11 season
Chairman Serbia Milan Mandarić
Until 30 November 2010
ThailandVichai Raksriaksorn
From 10 February 2011
Manager Portugal Paulo Sousa
Until 1 October 2010
England Chris Powell and England Mike Stowell (caretakers)
Sweden Sven-Göran Eriksson
From 3 October 2010
Football League Championship 10th
FA Cup Third round proper
League Cup Fourth round
Top goalscorer League: Andy King (15)
All: Andy King (16)
Highest home attendance 30,919 (vs. Leeds United, Championship, 26 December 2010)
Lowest home attendance 6,142 (vs. Macclesfield Town, League Cup, 10 August 2010)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2010–11 season was Leicester City F.C.'s 106th season in the English football league system and their 59th (non-consecutive) season in the second tier of English football. They played their second consecutive season in the Football League Championship after being promoted from League One in the 2008-09 season.

After two seasons in charge, Nigel Pearson left the club in the summer to take the vacant managerial position at Hull City. Former Portuguese international Paulo Sousa was named as Pearson's replacement, joining from Swansea City to become Leicester's first ever non-British or Irish manager. However, he was sacked after just nine league games in charge, after a dreadful start saw Leicester sit bottom of the league.[1] Chris Powell and Mike Stowell took temporary charge, before former England manager Sven Goran-Eriksson was announced as Leicester boss on 3 October.

Leicester's form improved under Eriksson and a good run after the new year saw Leicester reach 7th place and briefly flirt with hopes of reaching the play-offs, however a run of just 2 wins in 11 league games between 22 February-22 April saw these hopes all but extinguished and Leicester eventually ended up finishing mid-table.

Pre-season

Pre-season events

Note: This section does not include close season transfers or pre-season match results, which are listed in their own sections below.

  • 17 May 2010 - Aman Verma signs a new contract for an undisclosed length.[2]
  • 25 May 2010 - It is announced that chairman Milan Mandarić will be facing a second charge for tax evasion for his time at Portsmouth, after a previous charge of cheating the public revenue.[3]
  • 28 May 2010 - Andy King signs a new four-year deal.[4]
  • 10 June 2010 - Reserve team manager Gerry Taggart joins Oldham Athletic as assistant nmanager.[5]
  • 25 June 2010 - Nolberto Solano announces that he will retire at the end of the season.[6]
  • 29 June 2010 - Manager Nigel Pearson leaves the club to join Hull City on a 3-year contract.[7]
  • 30 June 2010 - Chris Powell is put in temporary charge of the club as caretaker manager.[8]
  • 7 July 2010 - Paulo Sousa is announced as Leicester's eleventh permanent manager in ten years, after joining from Swansea City[9]
  • 13 July 2010 - It is announced that Chris Powell has retired as a professional footballer, though he still remains a member of the club's coaching staff.[10]

Kit and sponsorship

On 12 July 2010, the club announced a three-year deal with Swiss company BURRDA as the official kit supplier.[11] The kit remained without a sponsor for the 2010-11 season and featured a tradition royal blue and white home kit, with an all-yellow away kit and a black third kit with a sky blue sash.

Friendlies

Events

Note:This section does not include transfers or match results, which are listed in their own sections below.

  • 12 August 2010 - A takeover of the club by an international consortium is finalised.[12]
  • 25 August 2010 - The takeover of the club announced 13 days previous has not yet been ratified by the Football League as the owners have not passed a "fit and proper persons" test.[13]
  • 23 September 2010 - Lloyd Dyer signs a new 4-year contract.[14]
  • 1 October 2010 - Paulo Sousa is sacked as manager after just 9 league games in charge.[1]
  • 3 October 2010 - Sven-Göran Eriksson is named as new manager.[15]
  • 4 October 2010 - Leicester City fly to Bangkok for a week long tour of Thailand during an International break in the season. A friendly is arranged against the Thailand National Football Team[16]
  • 21 October 2010 - Steve Howard extends his contract to June 2012.[17]
  • 22 October 2010 - The takeover by Thai-based consortium Asia Football Investments is officially ratified by The Football League.[18]
  • 30 November 2010 - Milan Mandarić resigns as club chairman.[19]
  • 14 January 2011 - Chris Powell, the clubs first team coach, joins Charlton Athletic as manager[20]
  • 20 January 2011 - Bruno Berner signs a 1-year contract extension.[21]
  • 3 February 2011 - Dietmar Hamann is recruited as first team coach.[22]
  • 10 February 2011 - Vichai Raksriaksorn is named as the new chairman.[23]
  • 14 March 2011 - Jeffrey Schlupp signs a new contract until June 2013.[24]
  • 15 Match 2011 - Paul Gallagher signs a new contract until 2015.[25]
  • 17 March 2011 - Academy players Adam Smith and George Taft sign professional deals.[26]
  • 18 March 2011 - Richie Wellens signs new contract until 2014.[27]
  • 24 March 2011 - Matt Oakley signs a new contract until 2012.[28]
  • 7 April 2011 - Franck Moussa signs new contract until 2013.[29]
  • 15 April 2011 - Andy King signs a one-year contract extension keeping him at the club until 2015.[30]

Club

Players

Current squad

As of 26 April 2011. Note: This is the squad that Leicester finished the season with[31]

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

No. Position Player
1 England GK Chris Weale
3 Bulgaria DF Aleksandar Tunchev
4 Netherlands DF Patrick van Aanholt (on loan from Chelsea)
5 Portugal DF Miguel Vítor (on loan from Benfica)
6 Portugal MF Moreno
7 Scotland FW Paul Gallagher
8 England MF Matt Oakley (Captain)
9 Scotland FW Steve Howard
10 Wales MF Andy King (Vice-captain)
11 England MF Lloyd Dyer
12 Netherlands DF Jeffrey Bruma (on loan from Chelsea)
14 England FW Martyn Waghorn
15 Switzerland DF Bruno Berner
16 England DF Kyle Naughton (on loan from Tottenham Hotspur)
No. Position Player
19 England MF Richie Wellens
20 Netherlands DF Michael Lamey
22 Japan MF Yuki Abe
24 Nigeria FW Yakubu Aiyegbeni (on loan from Everton)
29 England DF Liam Moore
33 Slovenia FW Leon Črnčič
34 Ivory Coast DF Sol Bamba
35 Portugal GK Ricardo Pereira
36 England DF Ben Mee (on loan from Manchester City)
37 England FW Darius Vassell
39 Senegal FW Diomansy Kamara (on loan from Fulham)
40 England GK Adam Smith
41 Hungary GK Róbert Ambrusics

Out on loan

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

No. Position Player
2 Scotland DF Robbie Neilson (at Brentford)
13 Republic of Ireland GK Conrad Logan (at Bristol Rovers)
17 France FW Dany N'Guessan (at Southampton)
18 England DF Tom Kennedy (at Peterborough United)
23 Belgium MF Franck Moussa (at Doncaster Rovers)
25 England DF Jack Hobbs (at Hull City)
26 England DF Tom Parkes (at Burton Albion)
No. Position Player
27 England MF Jorrin John (at Kettering Town)
28 England FW Ashley Chambers (at York City)
30 England MF Aman Verma (at Darlington)
31 Germany FW Jeffrey Schlupp (at Brentford)
Republic of Ireland DF Cian Bolger (at Bristol Rovers)
France FW Yann Kermorgant (at AC Arles-Avignon)
England DF Luke O'Neill (at Kettering Town)

Backroom staff

Position Name
Manager Sweden Sven-Göran Eriksson
Assistant manager England Derek Fazackerley
First team coach Germany Dietmar Hamann
Goalkeeping coach England Mike Stowell
Physio England David Rennie
Academy manager England Jon Rudkin
Academy coaches England Steve Beaglehole
(under-18)
England Trevor Peake
(under-16)

Transfers

In

Date Pos. Nat. Name From Fee
1 July 2010 DF Northern Ireland Joe Jones England Arsenal Free[32]
1 July 2010 DF England Tom Kennedy England Rochdale Free[33]
2 August 2010 FW Slovenia Leon Crnčič Italy Atalanta Free[34]
5 August 2010 MF Portugal Moreno Portugal Vitória Guimarães Undisclosed[35]
9 August 2010 DF Netherlands Michael Lamey Germany Arminia Bielefeld Free[36]
13 August 2010 MF Belgium Franck Moussa England Southend United Free[37]
26 August 2010 MF Japan Yuki Abe Japan Urawa Red Diamonds Undisclosed[38]
31 August 2010 FW England Martyn Waghorn England Sunderland £2m+[39]
20 October 2010 FW England Darius Vassell Unattached Free[40]
2 January 2011 DF Ivory Coast Sol Bamba Scotland Hibernian Undisclosed[41]
29 January 2011 GK Portugal Ricardo Pereira Unattached Free[42]

Out

Date Pos. Nat. Name To Fee
1 July 2010 MF Australia James Wesolowski England Peterborough United Undisclosed[43]
6 July 2010 DF England Wayne Brown England Preston North End Free[44]
7 July 2010 MF Peru Nolberto Solano England Hull City Free[45]
19 August 2010 MF Wales Nicky Adams England Brentford Undisclosed[46]
31 August 2010 FW England DJ Campbell England Blackpool £1.25m[47][48]
1 January 2011 FW England Matty Fryatt England Hull City £1.2m+[49]
7 January 2011 DF England Michael Morrison England Sheffield Wednesday Undisclosed[50]

Loans in

Date from Date to Pos. Nat. Name From
8 July 2010 End of season DF Portugal Miguel Vítor Portugal Benfica[51]
26 August 2010 September 2010 GK Nigeria Carl Ikeme England Wolverhampton Wanderers[52]
14 October 2010 End of season DF England Kyle Naughton England Tottenham Hotspur[53]
15 October 2010 November 2010 DF England Curtis Davies England Aston Villa[54]
21 October 2010 January 2011 DF Republic of Ireland Greg Cunningham England Manchester City[55]
24 November 2010 January 2011 FW Czech Republic Roman Bednář England West Bromwich Albion[56]
25 November 2010 January 2011 GK England Chris Kirkland England Wigan Athletic[57]
1 January 2011 End of season DF England Ben Mee England Manchester City[58]
13 January 2011 End of season FW Nigeria Yakubu Aiyegbeni England Everton[59]
26 January 2011 End of season DF Netherlands Patrick Van Aanholt England Chelsea[60]
29 January 2011 End of season FW Nigeria Danny Uchechi Nigeria FC Dender[61]
11 February 2011 End of season DF Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma England Chelsea[62]
21 March 2011 End of season FW Senegal Diomansy Kamara England Fulham[63]

Loans out

Date from Date to Pos. Nat. Name To
23 July 2010 End of season FW France Yann Kermorgant France Arles-Avignon[64]
27 August 2010 27 September 2010 MF England Aman Verma England Kidderminster Harriers[65]
1 November 2010 1 January 2011 DF England Tom Kennedy England Rochdale[66]
11 November 2010 11 January 2011 FW Scotland Craig King England Northampton Town[67][68]
12 November 2010 January 2011 FW England Ashley Chambers England York City[69]
12 November 2010 12 December 2010 FW France Dany N'Guessan England Scunthorpe United[70]
19 November 2010 End of season MF England Aman Verma England Darlington[71][72]
25 November 2010 January 2011 DF England Tom Parkes England Yeovil Town[73]
12 December 2010 January 2011 GK Hungary Róbert Ambrusics England Stafford Rangers[68]
1 January 2011 29 January 2011 FW Tanzania Adi Yussuf England Tamworth[74]
17 January 2011 17 February 2011 DF Republic of Ireland Cian Bolger England Bristol Rovers[75]
20 January 2011 End of season DF England Tom Kennedy England Peterborough United[76]
26 January 2011 End of season FW France Dany N'Guessan England Southampton[77]
29 January 2011 1 March 2011 DF England Luke O'Neill England Kettering Town[78]
9 February 2011 9 March 2011 MF England Jorrin John England Kettering Town[79]
15 February 2011 End of season DF England Jack Hobbs England Hull City[80]
17 February 2011 17 April 2011 DF Scotland Robbie Neilson England Brentford[81][82]
19 February 2011 End of season GK Republic of Ireland Conrad Logan England Bristol Rovers[83][84]
21 February 2011 21 April 2011 MF Belgium Franck Moussa England Doncaster Rovers[82][85]
14 March 2011 14 April 2011 FW Germany Jeffrey Schlupp England Brentford[86]
24 March 2011 End of season DF England Tom Parkes England Burton Albion[87]

Released

Date Pos. Nat. Name To
30 June 2010 MF England Stephen Clemence Retired
30 June 2010 FW Northern Ireland Billy Kee England Torquay United
30 June 2010 GK Australia Alex Cisak England Accrington Stanley
30 June 2010 GK England Carl Pentney England Colchester United
30 June 2010 MF England Robbie Burns England Nuneaton Town
30 June 2010 MF England Levi Porter Free
30 June 2010 MF Sweden Astrit Ajdarević Sweden Örebro
14 July 2010 DF England Harry Worley[88] England Oxford United

Results

      Win       Draw       Loss       Upcoming fixture

Football League Championship

FA Cup

League Cup

Friendlies

Awards

Club awards

At the end of the season, Leicester's annual award ceremony, including categories voted for by the players and backroom staff, the supporters and the supporters club, saw the following players recognised for their achievements for the club throughout the 2010-11 season.[89]

Player of the Year England Richie Wellens
Players' Player of the Year Wales Andy King
Media Player of the Year England Richie Wellens
Goal of the Year Nigeria Yakubu Aiyegbeni (vs. Derby County, 12 February 2011)
Young Player of the Year England Kyle Naughton
Academy Player of the Year Germany Jeffrey Schlupp
Golden Boot Wales Andy King

Divisional awards

Date Award Winner
January 2011 Championship Player of the Month England Richie Wellens[90]
Season PFA Team of the Year England Kyle Naughton[91]
Season PFA Team of the Year Wales Andy King[91]

Championship statistics

Championship table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Queens Park Rangers (C) (P) 46 24 16 6 71 32 +39 88 Promotion to 
2 Norwich City (P) 46 23 15 8 83 58 +25 84
3 Swansea City (Q) 46 24 8 14 69 42 +27 80 Qualification to League Championship playoffs
4 Cardiff City (Q) 46 23 11 12 76 54 +22 80
5 Reading (Q) 46 20 17 9 77 51 +26 77
6 Nottingham Forest (Q) 46 20 15 11 69 50 +19 75
7 Leeds United 46 19 15 12 81 70 +11 72
8 Burnley 46 18 14 14 65 61 +4 68
9 Millwall 46 18 13 15 62 48 +14 67
10 Leicester City 46 19 10 17 76 71 +5 67
11 Hull City 46 16 17 13 52 51 +1 65
12 Middlesbrough 46 17 11 18 68 68 0 62
13 Ipswich Town 46 18 8 20 62 68 −6 62
14 Watford 46 16 13 17 77 71 +6 61
15 Bristol City 46 17 9 20 62 65 −3 60
16 Portsmouth 46 15 12 19 52 60 −8 57
17 Barnsley 46 14 14 18 55 66 −11 56
18 Coventry City 46 14 13 19 54 58 −4 55
19 Derby County 46 13 10 23 58 71 −13 49
20 Crystal Palace 46 12 12 22 44 69 −25 48
21 Doncaster Rovers 46 11 15 20 55 81 −26 48
22 Preston North End (R) 46 10 12 24 54 79 −25 42 Relegation to Football League One
23 Sheffield United (R) 46 11 9 26 44 79 −35 42
24 Scunthorpe United (R) 46 12 6 28 43 87 −44 42

Updated to games played on 7 May 2011.
Source: The Football League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Club standings

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
46 19 10 17 76 71 +5 67 13 6 4 48 27 +21 6 4 13 28 44 −16

Last updated: 7 May 2011.
Source: LCFC Championship Results

Results by round

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46
Ground A H A H A H H A A H H A A H A H H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H A H
Result
Position

Last updated: 7 May 2011.
Source: Competitive Matches
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Lose; W = Win; P = Postponed.

Club statistics

All data from football-league.co.uk

Appearances

  • Starts + Substitute appearances.
  • Italics indicates loan player.
  • Asterisk indicates player left the club mid-season.
No. Nat Pos Player Total Championship FA Cup League Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 England Chris Weale 31 0 28+1 0 2 0 0 0
2 Scotland Robbie Neilson 11 1 7 0 0+1 0 2+1 1
3 Bulgaria Aleksander Tunchev 2 0 0+2 0 0 0 0 0
4 England Michael Morrison* 15 1 10+1 0 0 0 3+1 1
4 Netherlands Patrick van Aanholt 12 0 12 0 0 0 0 0
5 Portugal Miguel Vítor 17 3 13+2 3 0 0 2 0
6 Portugal Moreno 6 0 3 0 0 0 3 0
7 Scotland Paul Gallagher 47 11 32+9 10 2 1 4 0
8 England Matt Oakley 36 2 22+12 2 0+1 0 1 0
9 Scotland Steve Howard 35 5 11+18 4 1+1 0 4 1
10 Wales Andy King 50 16 44+1 15 2 1 2+1 0
11 England Lloyd Dyer 39 5 18+17 3 2 1 2 1
12 England Matty Fryatt* 14 4 5+7 2 0 0 1+1 2
12 Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma 11 2 10+1 2 0 0 0 0
13 Republic of Ireland Conrad Logan 7 0 2+1 0 0 0 4 0
14 England Martyn Waghorn 33 4 11+19 4 0+2 0 0+1 0
15 Switzerland Bruno Berner 19 3 15+2 1 2+0 2 0
16 Wales Nicky Adams* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 England Kyle Naughton 38 5 34 5 2 0 2 0
17 France Dany N'Guessan 8 0 3+2 0 0 0 2+1 0
18 England Tom Kennedy 4 0 1 0 0 0 2+1 0
19 England Richie Wellens 51 4 44+1 2 2 0 2+2 2
20 Netherlands Michael Lamey 7 0 2+2 0 0 0 2+1 0
21 Nigeria Carl Ikeme* 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0
21 England Chris Kirkland* 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
22 Japan Yuki Abe 40 1 25+11 1 2 0 2 0
23 Belgium Franck Moussa 12 1 2+6 1 0+1 0 2+1 0
24 England Curtis Davies* 12 0 12 0 0 0 0 0
24 Nigeria Yakubu Aiyegbeni 20 11 19+1 11 0 0 0 0
25 England Jack Hobbs 30 0 23+3 0 2 0 2 0
26 England Tom Parkes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 England Jorrin John 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 England Ashley Chambers 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0
29 England Liam Moore 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
30 England Aman Verma 1 0 0 0 0 0 0+1 0
31 Germany Jeffrey Schlupp 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
32 England DJ Campbell* 4 1 3 1 0 0 0+1 0
32 Republic of Ireland Greg Cunningham* 13 0 13 0 0 0 0 0
33 Slovenia Leon Crnčič 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
34 Ivory Coast Sol Bamba 18 3 16 2 2 1 0 0
35 Portugal Ricardo Pereira 8 0 8 0 0 0 0 0
36 England Ben Mee 15 0 15 0 0 0 0 0
37 England Darius Vassell 33 4 26+5 4 2 0 0 0
39 Czech Republic Roman Bednář* 7 0 4+1 0 2 0 0 0
39 Senegal Diomansy Kamara 7 2 5+2 2 0 0 0 0
40 England Adam Smith 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
41 Bulgaria Robert Ambrusics 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top scorers

Pos. Nat. Name FLC FAC LC Total
1 Wales Andy King 15 1 0 16
2 Nigeria Yakubu Aiyegbeni 11 0 0 11
= Scotland Paul Gallagher 10 1 0 11
4 England Kyle Naughton 5 0 0 5
= Scotland Steve Howard 4 0 1 5
= England Lloyd Dyer 3 1 1 5
7 England Darius Vassell 4 0 0 4
= England Martyn Waghorn 4 0 0 4
= England Matty Fryatt 2 0 2 4
= England Richie Wellens 2 0 2 4
11 Portugal Miguel Vitor 3 0 0 3
= Ivory Coast Sol Bamba 2 1 0 3
13 Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma 2 0 0 2
= Senegal Diomansy Kamara 2 0 0 2
= England Matt Oakley 2 0 0 2
16 Japan Yuki Abe 1 0 0 1
= Switzerland Bruno Berner 1 0 0 1
= England DJ Campbell 1 0 0 1
= Belgium Franck Moussa 1 0 0 1
= Netherlands Patrick van Aanholt 1 0 0 1
= England Michael Morrison 0 0 1 1
= Scotland Robbie Neilson 0 0 1 1
Own Goals 0 0 1 1

Most assists

Pos. Nat. Name FLC FAC LC Total
1 England Richie Wellens 8 0 1 9
= Scotland Paul Gallagher 7 1 1 9
3 Wales Andy King 5 0 1 6
4 Nigeria Yakubu Aiyegbeni 5 0 0 5
= Scotland Steve Howard 3 0 2 5
6 England Lloyd Dyer 2 1 1 4
7 Japan Yuki Abe 2 1 0 3
8 England Ben Mee 2 0 0 2
= England Darius Vassell 2 0 0 2
10 Scotland Robbie Neilson 1 0 0 1
= France Dany N'Guessan 1 0 0 1
= Czech Republic Roman Bednář 1 0 0 1
= Ivory Coast Sol Bamba 1 0 0 1
= Switzerland Bruno Berner 1 0 0 1
= Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma 1 0 0 1
= England Kyle Naughton 1 0 0 1

Disciplinary record

Note: Info on LCFC.com is incomplete, further data retrieved from football-league.co.uk

Nat. Name Booked Red card
Scotland Steve Howard 6 0
England Richie Wellens 5 0
England Matt Oakley 5 0
Ivory Coast Sol Bamba 4 0
Nigeria Yakubu Aiyegbeni 4 0
Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma 3 1
England Martyn Waghorn 3 0
Switzerland Bruno Berner 3 0
England Kyle Naughton 3 0
England Michael Morrison 3 0
Scotland Paul Gallagher 3 0
Senegal Diomansy Kamara 3 0
Portugal Miguel Vítor 2 1
Japan Yuki Abe 2 0
England Curtis Davies 2 0
Republic of Ireland Greg Cunningham 2 0
England Darius Vassell 2 0
Wales Andy King 1 0
England Jack Hobbs 1 0
England Ben Mee 1 0
England Lloyd Dyer 1 0
Scotland Robbie Neilson 1 0
England Matty Fryatt 0 1

Overall seasonal record

Games played 52 (46 Championship, 2 FA Cup, 4 League Cup)
Games won 22 (19 Championship, 0 FA Cup, 3 League Cup)
Games drawn 11 (10 Championship, 1 FA Cup, 0 League Cup)
Games lost 19 (17 Championship, 1 FA Cup, 1 League Cup)
Win % 42.31%
Goals scored 89 (76 Championship, 4 FA Cup, 9 League Cup)
Goals conceded 86 (71 Championship, 6 FA Cup, 9 League Cup)
Goal difference +3 (+5 Championship, -2 FA Cup, 0 League Cup)
Yellow cards 59 (53 Championship, 1 FA Cup, 5 League Cup)
Red cards 3 (3 Championship, 0 FA Cup, 0 League Cup)
Worst discipline 6 Yellows (Steve Howard)
Biggest win 5-1 vs. Doncaster Rovers (Championship 11.12.2010) & 4-0 vs. Burnley (Championship 9.4.2011)
Heaviest defeat 1-6 vs. Portsmouth (Championship, 24.9.2010)
Highest scoring match 4-3 vs. Macclesfield (League Cup, 10.8.2010) & 1-6 vs. Portsmouth (Championship, 24.9.2010)
Most appearances 51 (Richie Wellens)
Top scorer 16 (Andy King)
Most assists 9 (Richie Wellens & Paul Gallagher)

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