All posts tagged with: Ben Alnwick

Peterborough v Swindon: similar setups

There are comparisons to be drawn between Peterborough United’s approach and that of Swindon Town. Both teams like attacking football, both boast strong midfields, both like to develop young players, led by a young coach. Their bold approaches have resulted in reasonable starts to their League One campaign, both teams averaging play-off form. Peterborough recently lost 6-1… Read more →

Frail Dale thrashed at Port Vale

An industrious performance from Port Vale helped them to a 4-1 win over Rochdale. The hosts went ahead through Theo Robinson and a Michael O’Connor penalty, adding a third after the break through JJ Hooper. The play-off chasing guests reduced the deficit thanks to Calvin Andrew’s powerful shot, but paid for a day of poor defending… Read more →

Peterborough United Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Peterborough United fan Alex Batt, ahead of the new season. You can follow him on Twitter @AlexBatt Dave Robertson took over as Peterborough United’s caretaker manager in the latter stages of last season, and has been given the job permanently with a 3 year contract. What are your views on this… Read more →