All posts tagged with: Keith Lowe

York v Bristol Rovers: Gasheads on the up

York City and Bristol Rovers will meet as two fourth tier clubs on Saturday but in four months’ time, there could be a division between them. York’s relegation was mathematically confirmed with a 3-0 defeat at Accrington Stanley on Saturday but it had been coming for a while. Issues behind the scenes have affected the… Read more →

York City Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed York City fan Lewis Ross-Robson, who shares his views ahead of the new season. York City drew more games than any other side in League Two last season, and their -5 goal difference was more befitting of a midtable team than one fearing the drop. Should you have finished higher than 18th?… Read more →

League Two Preview: Gameweek 43

In League Two, Cheltenham Town have a must-win game against Cambridge United, a side who have won just twice since mid-January. Southend aim to keep their automatic promotion hopes alive when they host Newport, who sit just outside the play-off places. Further north, York City can continue their climb up the table with a home win… Read more →

The task for Buckle at Cheltenham Town

The full-time whistle at Whaddon Road on Saturday afternoon provoked a scene of hugely contrasting emotions. At one end of the ground, Dover Athletic supporters were jubilant. They celebrated a second successive FA Cup win over Football League opposition, as their 1-0 win at Cheltenham followed victory over Morecambe by the same scoreline, just a… Read more →

York City Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed York City fan Robert Beaumont, an author and journalist, who has followed the Minstermen for nearly 50 years. Ahead of the new season, he discusses the factors behind last season’s post-January rise in form, the potential difficulties in replacing goalkeeper Nick Pope, and whether Jake Hyde can be an effective strike partner… Read more →