All posts tagged with: Nicky Adams

Bury Season Preview: back to basics

With the 2018-19 season around the corner, The Football Lab spoke to Shakers fan Peter Taylor, writer of Bury Me in Exile (@burymeinexile); as you’ll see below, Peter covers League Two in fabulous detail and is an absolute must-follow for EFL lovers. After the club finished bottom of League One, 15 points adrift of safety,… Read more →

League Two Season Preview 2017-18

Four of League Two’s more glamorous clubs won promotion last year, leaving Luton as the odd one out. The Hatters share this season’s favourites tag with big-spending Mansfield, closely followed by relegated clubs Coventry and Swindon, who arrive as big fish in this pond. Below is our predicted league table and you can click on the green links below… Read more →

The Carlisle View: unbeaten start

Two years ago, Carlisle United were rock bottom of the Football League. They had picked up three points from their first eight games and had just endured a disastrous regime of chaos and instability under Graham Kavanagh. Enter Keith Curle. The Bristolian turned results around to keep the Cumbrians up with relative comfort and there… Read more →

Blackpool v Carlisle: why wins will come

Blackpool and Carlisle have won just two games each, but early-season performances suggest results will improve for both teams. In Experimental 361’s analysis of each League Two team’s attacking play (second graph down), Blackpool and Carlisle feature in the box labelled ‘energetically wasteful’. They both have a lot of shots but a relatively low proportion… Read more →