Date: 18th August 2019 at 8:11am
Written by:

Three games into the new 2019 / 2020 season and Luton Town have yet to pick up their first win since making that much yearned for return to the Championship.

The first three games have seen the Hatters draw at home to Middlesbrough, lose to a late goal away to Cardiff and, yesterday, losing to West Bromwich Albion at Kenilworth Road.

A return of just one solitary point sees the Hatters lurking just above the relegation pack although, to be fair, there’s no reason to push the panic button just yet, even more so when you acknowledge that the three teams we have played should, in my opinion, be in the shake-up for promotion come the end of the season.

But that return of just one point out of the first nine isn’t what many of you predicted when we ran our pre-season feature three-tough-opening-fixtures-await-luton-town-in-the-championship-but-how-will-they-fare, with the comments left by those who frequent this site now making for very interesting reading.

But, although my view, as stated above, is that this is not the time to push the panic button, what are your thoughts on the start Luton Town have made to life in the Championship?

Do you have any fears that, after two great seasons, this one is going to be an eye-opener or, like me, are you not, at the moment, too concerned?

Please feel free to drop your views into the comment facility beneath this article.

Previous article by Mad Hatter



4 Replies to “Life In The Championship Is Proving To Be Hard For The Hatters”

  • So at the beginning of the season I forecast 1pt and warned that playing the new keeper would be a mistake. Also I warned about making wholesale changes to the team to quickly. For this I was lambasted as a downer. Well let’s see 1pt got keeper 3 games 3 mistakes 3 goals. Now I think in time he will be no 1 but he needs time. Two wholesale changes to team. To many unforced errors leading to goals. As I warned before the season it took Nathan 12mnths to get the system working. And he only drip fed them into the team. So maybe now people will see I was right. Going forward I think we will get the results we need to be safe an push on. As long as dressing room does not split into cabals.

  • It’s not the press he needs to worry about. You mark my words it’s the players he needs to get onside so far it’s only a niggle but it’s growing.

  • I see none of those people who were calling me a downer. Have the guts to admit I’ve been proved right. Funny that!! Still with caveats as I’ve put on here. I think we will survive easily

Your Comment