Play Off dream has sidetracked us all from the real goal

And that goal, based on our shocking start to this season, is to stay in League One. It was by far the most disappointing loss under Mark Robins tenure on Tuesday night, there's no hiding from that. But we must take the positives out of the game, and move on.We gifted Barnsley their first away victory … Continue reading Play Off dream has sidetracked us all from the real goal

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Barnsley game the perfect chance to bounce back quickly after Saturday’s set back

Saturday saw us lose 2-0 at promotion hopefuls Preston North End, a game which the Iron can have few quarrels about losing.Two second half goals from Johnson and Gallagher were enough to send us to our first away defeat since September the 27th (vs Oldham), as an incredible run of eight games undefeated away from … Continue reading Barnsley game the perfect chance to bounce back quickly after Saturday’s set back

Keep the 24th of May 2015 free in your diaries

Because the Iron are going to Wembley, and you heard it here first!Okay, I'll admit I'm really not THAT confident of us getting into the Play-offs, never mind winning the bleeding thing, but what's wrong with a bit of optimism?Last week I posted about how are home form needed to improve. Two games, Two home … Continue reading Keep the 24th of May 2015 free in your diaries

Maintaining yesterday’s second half performance momentum is imperative

First of many for Van Veen?1-0 down at half time against one of the best teams in the division, you'd be forgiven for thinking Scunny would be lucky to get a draw at that stage - especially considering our relatively dire performances at home this season.Somehow I sit here writing this piece on Sunday afternoon … Continue reading Maintaining yesterday’s second half performance momentum is imperative

Swindon at home is the perfect chance to dust off the Glanford Park cobwebs

Glanford Park. Once known as the fortress of Scunthorpe. I remember those years in the Championship when teams feared the place. Maybe it was the look? Maybe it was the smell? Or Maybe it was the fact the pitch was smaller than any other in the league, so tippy tappy football was pretty redundant. All … Continue reading Swindon at home is the perfect chance to dust off the Glanford Park cobwebs