Football never sleeps. It’s everywhere, like James Cordon. The more you try to ignore it, the more it pops up in your face. Continue reading
Well, that’s a wrap for another season. It’s just typical of Town that you spend most of your time wishing it away and then, just as we find some form and start to get interesting, it ends. Continue reading
We’ve just won more points in our last three games than in our previous 20. Three points at Swindon on Saturday keep us five clear of Barnet with two to play but my arse remains tightly clenched. Continue reading
It’s tough being a Grimsby Town fan right now.
No win in 20 is abysmal, even by Sunderland’s standards, and when you’re not witnessing the depression first-hand because you’re skint and you have a newborn to look after, you’re still reminded of the perpetual bleakness. Continue reading
Seven games to go and our Football League future hangs by a thread.
Having gone 18 games since our last win, it’s difficult to see where the next one is coming from. In fact, it’s difficult to see where our next goal is coming from. Continue reading
In 2009/10 the Mariners set a new club record of 25 league games without a win.
The first five matches of that run came under the guidance – if you want to call it that – of Mike ‘it’s tokenism’ Newell, who was a big hit with our female fans (and local bars). Continue reading