U’s 0-0 Bradford: No Bore Draw

The first game of the post-Harry Darling era sees United keep their first clean sheet since October 27. With Darling gone, Robbie Cundy was recalled to the starting XI, and Wes Hoolahan and Luke Hannant flanked the midfield duo of The Digger and Adam May. Upfront, it was a return for Joe Ironside and the... Continue Reading →

Southend 1-2 U’s: Essex Goals

Okay, so it wasn't the comprehensive thrashing we predicted when we were first meant to play this game. But despite the dodgy postponement, despite the weather and despite United conceding yet another soft goal we've picked up all three points to sit proudly at the top of the table. Joe Ironside was reinstated to the... Continue Reading →

Colchester 1-1 U’s: Mud, Sweat and Tears

One of the worst things about this latest lockdown (for football fans, at least) has been the decision to stop away commentators travelling to games, meaning those of us who've forked out a hard-earned tenner on iFollow don't get the commentating masterclass from Doug & Johnno that we're used to. Sometimes this isn't too bad,... Continue Reading →

Oxford 1-0 U’s: Domino’s, Anyone?

Thank God that's over for another year. United's run in the Papa John's/Checkatrade/LDV/Auto Windscreens Trophy or whatever it's going by this week is over following a defeat at Oxford. Jubril Okedina made his debut at right-back, and there was a new look centre back pairing of Harry Darling and Robbie Cundy as well as a... Continue Reading →

U’s 2-1 Harrogate: Fog on the Cam

We've just released a podcast that's all about Wes Hoolahan so forgive us for not mentioning him much here. Actually, scratch that. He was brilliant against Harrogate wasn't he? Ignoring the first twenty-five minutes (let's just say it took us a bit of time to adjust our eyes to the fog), Wes was majestic, putting... Continue Reading →

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