All posts tagged with: George Baldock

MK Dons Season Preview: new era

The times, they are a-changin’ for MK Dons. Manager Karl Robinson, so long a figurehead, ended his six-year tenure in October last year. Following him out the exit door this summer are long-serving players, marking the end of an era in Milton Keynes. Supporter Jonathan Harries reflects on Robbo’s time in charge… We were always competitive… Read more →

Oxford United Season Preview: U’s on the up?

Oxford United are moving forward once again. After the 20-year decline that succeeded their 1986 League Cup win, they are now making tangible long-term progress, having won two promotions in six years. The man who guided them to success last year is Michael Appleton, who is rebuilding his reputation as a manager, continuing to encourage smooth passing football.… Read more →

Oxford United Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Oxford United supporter Ben Druce. You can follow Ben on Twitter @DruceBen After a 2014-15 season of prolonged relegation fears, Oxford United finished 13th, thanks to an 8 game unbeaten run at the end. Did you feel more optimistic about the club’s general situation in May, than you did 2 months… Read more →

League Two Preview: Gameweek 36

In League Two, Portsmouth look for a 10th home win of the season against Luton, whose promotion hopes have been dented by a run of just 2 wins from their last 8 matches. Late goals are becoming a trademark for Wycombe and Shrewsbury, who meet at Adams Park in a top 3 clash. Plymouth aim to build on last… Read more →