All posts tagged with: Amine Linganzi

Swindon v Exeter: taking chances

Exeter could have scored more than just the one goal in their victory over Cambridge last week. After Reuben Reid tucked away the rebound from his fifth minute penalty, Liam McAlinden missed two good chances, Lloyd James one while David Wheeler hit the post with his header. The Grecians might have had slices of luck… Read more →

Carlisle v Portsmouth: Jones’ impact

Carlisle and Portsmouth are in the running for automatic promotion, as was to be expected after summers of heavy spending. Both have shown potential yet, unlike the relentlessly consistent top two, both also have the capacity implode in one or two games a month. The erratic nature of theirs and Luton’s form means third place… Read more →