Portsmouth (A) Match Preview

Defeat is hard to take. A heavy defeat at home against a team in bad form is even harder to take. How do you come back from that? It'll be up to Bonner and the lads to show us their resilience on Saturday against another decent side in Portsmouth. Is another tonking on the cards?... Continue Reading →

Lincoln (H) Match Preview

It's not often a genuinely rich club comes to the Abbey. Bolton? Don't make me laugh. Man United? Small fry. Paris Saint... well, you get the picture. But on Saturday we'll be blessed with the visit of the genuinely massive Lincoln City. Fresh from having spent the summer bidding on the worlds best players, and... Continue Reading →

Bolton (H) Match Preview

Is there anything sweeter than seeing a fallen giant in football? Luton in the Conference, Juventus in Serie B, Rangers in the Scottish League Two, Arsenal in the Championship (not yet, but mark my words). Football fans everywhere, especially those who remember the greatest injustice in football, would have been heartened to see Bolton end... Continue Reading →

Millwall (A) Match Preview

After seeing off Swindon the U's have been rewarded with a trip to South London and the chance to test themselves against Championship opposition in the form of everyone's favourite second club, Millwall. To be honest, there's not much money in the League Cup, so we reckon Bonner will use it as a chance to... Continue Reading →

Burton (H) Match Preview

United return to the Abbey on Saturday and welcome the seasons surprise package (so far), Burton Albion. Three wins in three games, including big scalps of Ipswich and Sunderland see the Brewers sit second in the table, and United will need to be on their guard against Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side. After the news that... Continue Reading →

Plymouth (A) Match Preview

The U's are back on the road tomorrow night, with a long trip South West to Plymouth, a city still in shock from the tragic events of last week. United go into the game still looking for their first League One win, a draw against Oxford followed by a defeat to Accrington at the weekend,... Continue Reading →

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