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
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
Russell Slade: Hi Harry. Thanks for signing this two-year contract. Welcome to Grimsby Town Football Club.
Harry Cardwell: Thanks boss, delighted to be here. Looking forward to getting some games under my b- Continue reading
Ah, Grimsby. No one remembers that it’s preceded with ‘Great’ any more. Russell Slade has made sure that bit’s now entirely redundant, or seen only as ironic, such is the shambles he’s manufactured this season. Continue reading
If wallpaper could speak it’d say ‘Hi, my name is Grimsby Town’.
We are in one hell of a rut. Continue reading
The only thing worse than Grimsby Town’s current predicament is that supermarkets are already playing Christmas songs. That’s not on. Continue reading