Boxing Day Memories Special 

I’ll start with a brief history relating to Boxing Day football. In the Victorian and Edwardian era’s football was known to be played back-to-back on Christmas Day and Boxing Day. With public holidays clubs would gain bumper crowds as the working class had the free time to attend the games. Over the years with the improvement to …

What does it take to be a County Legend?

The word legend is thrown around far too easily in football these days. It’s used more and more in a commercial sense from within the game now; FIFA ultimate team, football playing cards, even vintage shirt sales. Greats of the game have all had major influences, as a whole almost defining era’s. But in the …

The Scarf My Grandfather Wore: My County Story

Here we go my story for TSBW sat watching the cube, buzzing after a solid 1-0 away win upsetting some southerners & third can of Grolsch on the go. So my earliest county memory was 16th November 1991, four years old and I didn’t even go to the game. County played Lincoln in the FA …

It Could Only Happen to County

So here we are approaching two years of a new era for the club. The results are poor and the fanbase is showing displeasure with the performance of the playing side of the club. We were told the ambition is Championship in seven years but we find it impossible to win a game at home. …

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