Slowly but surely the magic of Paul Hurst is beginning to rub off on Scunthorpe United following their horrendous start to the 2019/20 campaign. The Iron lost six out of their seven opening matches of the League Two season, leaving them rooted to the foot of the table.
Paul Hurst's injury crisis has worsened with the news that Yann Songo'o has a dislocated toe, which will keep the midfielder out for up to a month.
Okay, so on the face of it and for anyone who hasn't been following Scunthorpe's season closely, a measly ten points after 13 League Two matches looks poor, but...
Cup games can go one of two ways - they either provide a welcome distraction from the league or do the complete opposite and derail both your momentum and good form.
Scunthorpe winger Adam Hammill - who is expected to depart United before today's deadline - has turned down a move to an unnamed club.
The Iron have announced the season-long loan of Rotherham United forward Jamie Proctor - but he may not be the only business the club reveal today.
Scunthorpe have announced the signing of young striker George Miller on a season-long loan from Championship side Barnsley.
Scunthorpe manager Paul Hurst has hinted that the club will appeal against Charles Breakspeare's decision to hand James Perch his marching orders (for a stunning challenge) inside 25 minutes of the 3-2 loss to Cambridge on Tuesday evening.
Scunthorpe are set to announce the loan signing of Barnsley forward George Miller this week, according to reports. The news of the Iron's interest in a striker came about before the 3-2 loss to Cambridge on Tuesday, when fellow United blog Iron Bru tweeted: https://twitter.com/ironbru_net/status/1163852427017248768 Once that was out, fans were throwing names around left, … Continue reading REPORT: Barnsley forward George Miller set to sign on loan; Hurst discusses Hammill reaction
Scunthorpe manager Paul Hurst has spoken of his delight after the club were able to announce the signing of Shrewsbury winger Abo Eisa on Thursday afternoon - but admits there is still plenty of business needed.