All posts tagged with: Junior Brown

Shrewsbury Town Season Preview: can Salop re-build?

With the 2018-19 League One season drawing nearer, The Football Lab spoke to Shrewsbury Town supporter Peter Jones (@THEPeterJones). It felt like Shrewsbury’s class of 2017-18 should have been heralded as promotion-winning heroes in May, yet the lacklustre defeat at Wembley followed by Paul Hurst’s acrimonious exit seemed to create a very different feeling. Was… Read more →

Walsall 1-1 Shrewsbury: excellent Roberts

In a cagey afternoon of good team defending, Walsall held league leaders Shrewsbury Town to a 1-1 draw, as Stefan Payne’s first half penalty cancelled out Daniel Agyei’s opener. Here’s our player ratings from the game. Walsall Mark Gillespie – didn’t have to make a single save apart from the penalty from which Shrewsbury scored.… Read more →

Shrewsbury 1-0 Southend Six Things: solid Salop

Shrewsbury Town secured League One survival thanks to a 1-0 win over play-off chasing Southend – but what have we learnt from the game? Shrewsbury used the right well The right-sided triumvirate of full-back Joe Riley, attacking midfielder Bryn Morris and wide man Shaun Whalley was instrumental to Shrewsbury’s bright start. Whalley caused problems by… Read more →

Bradford v Shrewsbury: losing heads

Micky Mellon left Shrewsbury Town in a division higher than the one he found them in, but his time at Greenhous Meadow may not be remembered entirely fondly. When Salop won promotion from League Two, they often played exciting football and created a lot of chances. The team seems to have deviated from the principles… Read more →