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Steve Claridge | 10:43 UK time, Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Hello, and welcome to 'Claridge Kicks Off', the video blog where Steve Claridge tackles all the big talking points in the Championship, League One and League Two.

This week, Steve responds to comments from QPR fans on last week's blog about his criticism of Neil Warnock's side and takes a closer look at the way the Championship promotion race is shaping up.

Steve analyses the form of Leeds United and their Scotland forward Robert Snodgrass, and assesses the role that the club's travelling army of fans have played in their successes on the road this season.

And he also reflects on a contender for own goal of the season and looks at the situation of Port Vale boss Jim Gannon, who is not the only new manager struggling at the moment.

You can submit your questions for Steve below, or contact him on Twitter. He will answer them on a future 'Claridge Kicks Off' rather than posting a reply. Next week's blog will focus on events at the top of League One so if you have anything to ask on that, or any other Football League topic, please get in touch.

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