Not sure if anyone has posted this here, but I do enjoy the history of football and the history of our club too, and I have noticed that kieran McKenna has a lineage through back to our history. Having watched More than a Manager many times, it always stuck with me how Jose Mourinhio and Pepe Guadiola seemed to have been heavily influenced in becoming managers after seeing the passion and wonderment of Bobby Robson at work first hand. And of course, Bobby influenced Jose, while Jose managed Manchester United while Kieron Mckenna was present, he was promoted to assistant manager alongside him. It was watching the fans forum this lineage occurred to me, with Mckenna stating he learned from Mourinhio on how to use the ball boys. It pleases me to think about this lineage, and I hope McKenna can fulfill his potential.
The night we lost 3-0 to Northampton Town, with a new manager gesticulating wildly at the players who continue to perform abjectly not having scored in over 500 minutes. Brett Johnson and Co will say, those were hard times when we started... There was a volatile atmosphere at the club and empty Covid restricted stadiums, unhappy people. 20th April 2021 was the low point. The bottom.