TIME FOR CELTIC AND TNS?
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.