U’s 1-0 Crewe: Crewse Missile

We made hard work of that didn't we? A pretty unmemorable game settled by a pretty damn memorable goal from Adam May, which ensured United continue their unbeaten start to 2022. The talking point on everyone's lips on Saturday was where was Joe Ironside, and more importantly: how long is he going to be out... Continue Reading →

NEW EPISODE: Not So Solid Crewe

Jordan Worland is joined by Tom Walker and Owen Kiernan to discuss a successful week for the U's, hushed mentions of the play-offs plus some transfer talk. There's also a preview of the Fleetwood game, and a begrudging chat about everyone's favourite competition, The Papa Johns Trophy. Available now wherever you get your pods including... Continue Reading →

The James Brophy Question

Does every team have a scapegoat? That player first in the firing line, widely derided at any opportunity, and often unfairly criticised for being just one poorly working cog in a bad team performance? For so long at United, this has been Liam O'Neil. Even just writing his name in this article will be filling... Continue Reading →

U’s 3-1 Doncaster: Slam Dunk

Cast your mind back two years, to 18 January 2020. Covid was nothing more than a footnote in the news, and Colin Calderwood was three months into a two year contract extension, hastily agreed to quash interest from Leyton Orient. At the Abbey, Cambridge United were lining up to take on the bottom of the... Continue Reading →

Doncaster Rovers (H) Match Preview

By Marc Manning The U’s welcome League One’s basement dwellers Doncaster Rovers to the Abbey on Tuesday night, with Mark Bonner’s men looking to build on a quire remarkable unbeaten start to 2022.  After a smash and grab 1-0 win at Lincoln on Saturday thanks to Sir Big Joseph Samuel Ironside, the U’s come into... Continue Reading →

Lincoln City 0-1 U’s: The Sincil Bank Job

By Thomas Ripley Heading up to Lincolnshire after an impressive start to the new year, the big absence for United was George Williams - the man who had made Newcastle’s Saint-Maximin look more like Saint-Minimum. Okedina moved to right-back with debutant Sherring slotting into centre half. Even better, the yellow shorts returned to unify the... Continue Reading →

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