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Tag Archives: Scunthorpe United
The Football League Play-Offs provide some of the most exhilarating football matches in the domestic game. For four teams, the season is decided over a two legged semi-final, and if successfully negotiated, comes down to a single 90-minute slog between the two … Continue reading
Of late I have been busy penning a couple of articles for different websites and blogs. Today, they have both been published- here are links to both pieces. The first is an article on the blog Ghost Goal. The writers … Continue reading
There is pandemonium in the away stand as the Scunthorpe supporters go ballistic. Arms flail, shirts are whirled above heads. Continue reading
So you’ve had my list of footballing pleasures, but what do I really hate about the beautiful game? Continue reading
Billy Sharp returned to haunt his old club as Doncaster Rovers earned a derby day victory over Scunthorpe United at Glanford Park. Continue reading
Scunthorpe United 0-0 Barnsley Football League Championship Glanford Park Attendance: 5,421 Barnsley came away from Glanford Park with a point as they played out a 0-0 draw with Scunthorpe United. Scunthorpe were thwarted on numerous occasions by Tykes goalkeeper Luke … Continue reading
Holders Manchester United survived an early scare at Glanford Park as they came from behind to beat Championship side Scunthorpe United 5-2 in the Carling Cup 3rd round. Continue reading
One of the main criticisms of modern football is that the loyalty of bygone eras is no longer evident. This is an age where players and managers swap clubs more frequently than they change their underwear. But today, Thursday 9th … Continue reading
Well well well. What drama in the capital last Sunday. I’m still feeling a hotchpotch of emotions after a quite exhilarating day out, so I’ll try and share my day with you, and tell you what I thought.