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|Be Careful What You Wish For|
It's a new precarious world for everyone, Evans included. Take a look at the whole interview last night, and discover a world of confused, directionless answers - no inkling there of green shoots. Comparisons with Mick are pointless. 80% in the Star wanted him gone. That's the Star, not some gung-ho social media collection!
If one supports the club but fears change more than continuity, it can't really be a matter that greatly troubles them. There is currently no sensible course that can prolong the status quo to positive effect.
Incidentally, having been informed last night that Town beat Northampton 6-0 in '67, I looked it up, and discovered that one Frank Brogan got a hattrick.
You'll own that there is no new insight here, but, boy, do you put the ever-present ones well!
Sadly, as you imply, who is listening that really matters?
|My Best Town XI: Matt Holland|
Bit unfair on Marcus to say that he wouldn't have scored as frequently as Darren in the Prem. Bent's goalscoring record is indisputable, but he was 21 when he left Town, whereas Marcus didn't play in the Prem till he was nearly 30.
|My Best Town XI: David McGoldrick|
Respectfully pointing out to Kieran " you think that these teams could compete at the top of the Championship" - those three flair loans were one season's ration each, not here at the same time.
|My Best Town XI: Bailey Clements|
Much as I loved and appreciated Cressie's delivery, the difference between him and Mings was a big one in modern football - pace.
|My Best Town XI: Darren Ambrose|
So many good individuals in there. But, as a team, it would lack width for the three centre forwards to feed off, especially if Chambo was one of the backs.
|Town Announce Partnership With Cambridge City|
Even I am not old enough to have witnessed it, but there was a day, before the war when Cambridge City were really big rivals and a "derby" could attract 20000. Cambridge United were the Johnny-come-latelies on the Cambridge scene. Even fewer of their fans left than those who remember back to Sir Alf's amazing achievements.
|On This Day - Saturday 28th April 1962|
Many of us who remember it (I was 11) were perhaps a tad young to truly appreciate at the time what a monumental thing it was, and that, though it should have come again under Bobby, it never would.
|Lambert's Goals Take Town to the Top|
When you look at that Town side, the first of three that Bobby built, containing arguably only four of the club's enduring "legends", then you realise just how far we have fallen that none of our squad for several years past would have made the bench.
|Barton: Sad to Hear Some of the Noises Circling Around Here|
He has his own moments, but is undoubtedly a bright guy, and here he shows the sort of intelligent insight that makes his own past troubles the more sad. It's the kind of reflection that many managers would neither choose nor be able to give.
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