Posts Tagged "Luton Town"

The Right Stuff: Luton Town FC Speaks Up For Supporter Involvement

The Right Stuff: Luton Town FC Speaks Up For Supporter Involvement

By on Mar 17, 2014 in Latest, Non-League | 6 comments

As winter finally gives way to the springtime, the sun continues to shine on Luton Town. The clubs sits thirteen points clearat the top of the Conference Premier and, whilst few at Kenilworth Road would be considering to assume promotion back into the Football League a completely done deal just yet, a last minute equaliser at Cambridge United in a match that might...

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John Still, The Knowledge & Luton Town’s Renaissance

John Still, The Knowledge & Luton Town’s Renaissance

By on Feb 12, 2014 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

There are many aspects of pride to being a football supporters, some of which are laudable whilst others are less so. At the less extreme end of this spectrum is the pride of being the supporter of a club in the Football League. It’s a club that – along, of course, with the Premier League – only ninety-two clubs can be members of, and losing that...

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Of Snow, Wind, Rain, Ice & Men

Of Snow, Wind, Rain, Ice & Men

By on Jan 2, 2014 in Latest, Opinion | 0 comments

We’re well past the initial point at which the weather has started to play merry havoc with the football season, and it was most likely this – a rash of cancellations following the latest round of storms and high winds – combined with New Year’s Day hangovers which combined to give BT Sport a record high television audience for its live match...

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Back To The Eighties: 1980/81, Part Seventeen – Derby & Luton Cancel Each Other Out

Back To The Eighties: 1980/81, Part Seventeen – Derby & Luton Cancel Each Other Out

By on Oct 30, 2013 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

By the end of January 1981 West Ham United had pulled clear at the top of the Second Division, opening up a near unassailable seven point lead at the top of the table. Below them, however, there was an almighty rush to join them at the top of the table with just four points seperating Notts County in second place in the table from Cambridge United in tenth place....

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FA Cup Fifth Round Weekend: Luton Town Return To Focussing On The League

By on Feb 16, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

The FA Cup, then, will reach one hundred straight years without a non-league club reaching its quarter-finals. It was in 1914 that Queens Park Rangers, then of the Southern League, made it that far before losing by two goals to one against Liverpool at Anfield. Much has changed since then, but there was a feeling in the air that perhaps, just perhaps, Luton Town,...

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