After over sixty years supporting them I've learnt to accept the down periods and enjoy the up ones. I'll leave the 'end of the world is nigh' naysayers to their doom and gloom. Que sera sera, as they say.
If rolling a dice is scientific, then ....
(1.) York City
(2.) Stockport County
(4.) Alfreton Town
(5.) Chester FC
(7.) Brackley Town
(10.) Kidderminster Harriers
(11.) Spennymoor Town
(12.) Boston United
(13.) Blyth Spartans
Thanks. I understand he's a left-sided player and as we only have one other, there's a chance he'll get plenty of opportunities.
We have several promising youth players who are on the 'small' side, so he probably won't look out of place. :)
Sounds good. J&M seem to have concentrated on signing defenders and (defensive?) midfielders so far. But with the release of Hannah & James, I guess we may see some activity in bolstering the attacking options.
Ross Hannah & Kingsley James have agreed to terminate their contracts. Frees up money for J&M and completes the near total clear-out of last year's squad. Still only have eleven senior pros to face Liverpool on Saturday.
Thanks for comment on the player. Not sure our fans are expecting immediate promotion though, just some stability as we get ourselves back on track. We're essentially in re-build mode on a (very) modest budget.
I doubt anybody considers sponsorship (ie paid for advertising) as bankrolling. Any money we get will be invested in infrastructure. Fans who expect an increase in the playing budget are going to be disappointed.