Iron manager Neil Cox has spoken of a positive week of preparations as his Scunthorpe side head to out of form Colchester on the back of only a second win of the League Two season. The 2-1 win against Crawley last Saturday meant United were able to bring themselves back to within touching distance of … Continue reading Cox previews COLCHESTER TEST
Author: Ross William Gibson
Three Teams Who Could Compete For League Two Promotion in 2021/22
After a testing campaign where they avoided relegation by the narrowest of margins, Scunthorpe United can look forward to another season in the Football League next season.
Van Veen, Eisa, Bedeau and Karacan all leave Scunthorpe
Following on from the news of Mark Howard's departure on Tuesday, Kevin van Veen, Abo Eisa, Jacob Bedeau and Jem Karacan have been unveiled as the next to exit.
Mark Howard announces his exit from Scunthorpe via social media
Iron goalkeeper Mark Howard has revealed he will be leaving the club at the end of his current contract, after just 7 months at the SVS.
Neil Cox: ‘Jai Rowe a doubt for Newport, but Manny should be fine’
Iron manager Neil Cox spoke on Monday before Tuesday's tricky trip to Newport, revealing good news about centre back Manny Onariase.
Cox previews Morecambe trip with Eisa and Olomola both ruled out
The Iron head to Morecambe on Tuesday evening looking to win their first match since the 2-0 victory over Bradford on March 23.
Cox talks after Bradford victory as the Iron make it four without loss
Iron manager Neil Cox praised his side as they defeated a decent Bradford side 2-0 at the Sands View stadium on Tuesday night to make it four unbeaten.
Gilliead: ‘A point was good, but we deserved all three’
Iron midfielder Alex Gilliead claims the Iron were unlucky not to secure all three points in Tuesday night's 1-1 draw with Oldham Athletic.
Can Scunthorpe Follow in the Example of Other Meandering Teams?
Scunthorpe United are treading water in League Two. The Iron are in a position in the current campaign where they are good enough to avoid the drop into the National League, but lack the quality to press up the table to challenge for a playoff spot.
Cox ‘overjoyed’ as he reacts to win of the season at Cambridge
Scunthorpe manager Neil Cox was understandably upbeat after his side caused a huge upset in Cambridge on Tuesday evening, as they defeated the league leaders 1-0.