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Peter Beagrie - Peter Beagrie Posted 20th August 2012 view comments

Sky Sports is committed to delivering the best coverage of the nPower Football League.

So here on skysports.com we've got our own dedicated Football League expert, the one and only Peter Beagrie, who will tackle the big issues in the Championship, League One and League Two.

But he can't do it without YOUR help. Over the course of the season, Beags will be answering your Football League questions in his weekly column.

So whoever you support, make sure you send in your posers for Peter to sink his teeth into as the Football League season surges to what is bound to be a gripping climax.

You can ask him about teams, players, goals and incidents from Football League games - and if you feel your team doesn't get a mention, this is your chance to put them in the spotlight.

So start sending your questions in and check back here on skysports.com every week for Peter's answers...

Send your question to Beags

1. Mail them to skysportsclub@bskyb.com

2. Use the feedback form at the bottom of this page or at the bottom of any of Peter's articles...

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