All posts tagged with: Justin Edinburgh

Impressive Bolton outclass Gillingham

Four high-quality goals in a well-organized performance saw Bolton Wanderers to a 4-0 win over Gillingham on Monday night. The Gills struggled with the home side’s physicality all evening and though they got into good areas at times, a combination of a poor end product and good Trotters defending saw them fail to score. Bolton midfielder Josh Vela was given the licence to… Read more →

Southend v Gillingham: points to prove

Phil Brown and Justin Edinburgh have done good jobs at their respective clubs, but recent developments either side of the Thames estuary mean both have something to prove this season. Southend ended last season with a whimper and morale has not been helped by their manager’s blatant public courting of another job. Now Bolton Wanderers… Read more →

Gillingham Season Preview: Dack to stay?

The first 12 months of Justin Edinburgh’s reign at Priestfield had been flawless, but a post-January return of 3 wins last season gives him and Gillingham serious questions to answer. Can this group of young players handle the pressure? And is their Basildon-born boss the real deal? Giving his views is supporter Ben Thompson, who you can follow… Read more →

Choudhury shines as Brewers down Gills

Tom Naylor’s late goal gave Burton Albion a 2-1 win over Gillingham, in another big step towards automatic promotion. The guests looked to have snatched a point when Cody McDonald’s header cancelled out Lucas Akins’ opener, but they ultimately paid for an overly defensive approach as Burton grabbed a deserved winner. The visitors defended from deep from… Read more →