4 June 2015

Cups, Ups & Down 2014/15

2013/14 - 2014/15 - 2015/16
- Club AppearancesTransfers (summer 2014 - January 2015) - Cups, Ups & Downs -

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ENGLAND
Premier League
Champions: Chelsea (none)
Runners-Up: Manchester City (none)
Champions League Qualifiers: Arsenal (none); Manchester United (Jonny Evans, Paddy McNair)
Europa League Qualifiers: Tottenham (none); Liverpool (Brendan Rodgers [manager]); Southampton (Steven Davis); West Ham United [Fair Play ranking] (none)

Relegated: QPR (none); Burnley (Michael Duff, Daniel Lafferty, Cameron Dummigan); Hull City (Alex Bruce)

NI's topscorer: Chris Brunt 2 (+1 cup)

Championship
Champions: AFC Bournemouth (Lee Camp)
Runners-Up: Watford (Craig Cathcart)
Play-Off Winners: Norwich City (Kyle Lafferty [out on loan])
Play-Off Qualifiers: Middlesbrough (none); Brentford (Stuart Dallas); Ipswich Town (none)

Relegated: Blackpool (none); Wigan Atletic (Billy McKay); Millwall (none)

NI's topscorers: Stuart Dallas & Jamie Ward 6

League One
Champions: Bristol City
Runners-Up: MK Dons (Lee Hodson, Ben Reeves, Will Grigg [loan], Tom Flanagan)
Play-Off Winners: Preston North End (David Buchanan, Andrew Little)
Play-Off Qualifiers: Swindon Town (none); Sheffield United (none); Chesterfield (none)

Relegated: Yeovil Town (none), Leyton Orient (none), Crawley Town (none), Notts County (Roy Carroll, Pat McCourt [loan])

NI's topscorer: Will Grigg 20

League Two
Champions: Burton Albion
Runners-Up: Shrewsbury Town
Third: Bury
Play-Off Winners: Southend United
Play-Off Qualifiers: Wycombe Wanderers, Stevenage, Plymouth Argyle

Relegated: Tranmere Rovers, Cheltenham Town

NI's topscorer:

Football Conference [to be renamed National League from 2015/16]
Champions: Barnet (none)
Play-Off Winners: Bristol Rovers (Mark McChrystal)
Play-Off Qualifiers: Grimsby Town (Carl Magnay, Paddy McLaughlin), Eastleigh (none), Forest Green Rovers (none)

SCOTLAND
Premiership
Champions: Celtic (none)
Runners-Up: Aberdeen (Niall McGinn)
Europa League Qualifiers: Inverness Caledonian Thistle (Billy McKay [transferred mid-season]); St Johnstone (Alan Mannus, Tommy Wright [manager])

Relegation Play-Off: Motherwell (Stephen Robinson [assistant manager])
Relegated: St Mirren (none)

Play-Off Final: Motherwell 6-1 (agg) Rangers (Dean Shiels, Shane Ferguson [loan])

NI's topscorer: Liam Boyce 10 (+1 cup), Billy McKay 10

Championship
Champions: Hearts (none)
Promotion Play-Offs: Hibernian (none), Rangers (Shiels), Queen of the South (none)

Relegation Play-Off: Alloa Athletic (none)
Relegated: Cowdenbeath (Sammy Stewart, Jimmy Nicholl [manager]]

Play-Off Final: Alloa 4-3 (agg) Forfar Athletic

NI's topscorer: Dean Shiels 2 (+1 play-off & 3 cup)

NORTHERN IRELAND
Premiership
Champions: Crusaders (Sean O'Neill, Colin Coates, Josh Robinson, Nathan Hanley, Richard Clarke, Jordan Owens)
Runners-Up: Linfield (Jonny Tuffey, Ross Glendinning, Sean Ward, Chris Hegarty, Kirk Millar, Jamie Mulgrew, Ivan Sproule, Sammy Morrow, Michael Carvill, Andrew Waterworth, Peter Thompson)
Europa League Qualifiers:

Irish Cup
Winners: Glentoran (Elliott Morris, Marcus Kane, Curtis Allen, Davis Scullion (winning goal)
Runners-Up: Portadown (David Miskelly, Chris Casement, Mark McAllister, Michael Gault, Robbie Garrett

League Cup
Winners: Cliftonville (George McMullan, Martin Donnelly (one goal), Ryan Catney, Jude Winchester)
Runners-Up: Ballymena United (Johnny Taylor, Tony Kane, Jim Ervin)

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