by Jake Bonham (@JS_Bonzo) My name is Jake. My first match was a 2-2 draw against Wrexham at the Abbey on 5th October 2002 and I have been hooked ever since. Here are a few shirts from my collection. The Iconic Duo The absolute must haves in any Cambridge United supporters collection. The Fujitsus! Having... Continue Reading →
Where Do We Go From Here?
by Stuart Hayden (@StuartHayden16) At the time of writing this Cambridge Utd are teetering on the brink of relegation to the fourth tier of the English football pyramid. Cambridge Utd have a number of problems but also a number of reasons for supporters to be positive, even if it doesn’t feel like that at the... Continue Reading →
NEW EPISODE: Addickted To Pain
When it rains, it pours. Then it pours and pours and pours. The U's lose again, this time to Charlton Athletic, and the pod are back to review the game. Matt Caspell, Julian Roberts and Tom Walker try and find a little bit of hope and positivity from the game. 'Try' being the crucial word.... Continue Reading →
U’s 1-2 Charlton: Bingo!
by @vinylperez Hello everybody and welcome to the Abbey Stadium for a game of relegation Bingo! Eyes down for a full house. Number 19. Season-long injury to your most creative midfielder Number 6: Own goal in the first derby game in 20+ years. Number 10: Your best striker wanting a move to another club and... Continue Reading →
The Contract Situation As We Know It
Mark Bonner has come out in the press today explaining the contractual situation around a number of players at the club going into next season. UTAS tries to make sense of it all. by @vinylperez What We Know: We've got a number of players tied down to contracts already. Lewis Simper, Liam Bennett, Adam May,... Continue Reading →
Reasons To Be Cheerful
We're sometimes accused of negativity here at UTAS, and looking at the league table who can blame us? But there's plenty of good around the club too, that sometimes gets lost when we're just looking at results on the pitch. With that in mind @vinylperez takes a look at some of the things we can... Continue Reading →