TIME FOR CELTIC AND TNS?

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WE had TNS set­ting a new world record 27 wins straight wins on Fri­day in the Welsh Pre­mier League while the Scottish League and Celtic’s dom­i­nance is plain em­bar­rass­ing for all con­cerned.

The EFL want to bring big changes to the Foot­ball League as we’ve all read about in the past few months so why not let them see what they’re made of ?

There is no way sup­port­ers of ei­ther club can look for­ward to any sea­son. Guess­ing the to­tal of points they will win the league by is not en­ter­tain­ment. They both need a new chal­lenge and I would love to see how they per­form in Eng­land, as would many.

I’m not sug­gest­ing fast track­ing them, but it’s got to be worth a go!

SAM CRAINE, via e-mail WHILE all the talk at this time of year tends to be on man­agers do­ing poorly, and who will be next to face the chair­man’s wrath, I feel Shaun Derry is not get­ting the credit he de­serves at Cam­bridge.

The U’s were strug­gling early on this sea­son but Derry has turned them around and it wouldn’t now sur­prise me to see League One, or even Cham­pi­onship clubs come call­ing for Derry.

Granted, he strug­gled to­wards the end at Notts County, but he has now shown he can work through a rough patch. Al­though that’s two fin­gers-up to chair­men up and down the coun­try.

A man­ager doesn’t be­come bad overnight and they should be given time to turn around any is­sues their team face.

Who would have said this time three months ago that Cam­bridge United would be push­ing for the League Two play-offs? Let’s re­mem­ber, they were Non-League only a cou­ple of years ago.

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