Date: 20th April 2019 at 9:52am
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Yesterday, with the nation gorging itself on chocolate, the Hatters support were hoping that the fixtures being played would go there way as they seek to wrap up back-to-back promotion campaigns in the coming days.

Unfortunately, it was not to be.

Instead, the Hatters support watched on from afar as their three main rivals for one of those two automatic promotion places, Barnsley, Portsmouth and Sunderland, all won.

Those results have seen all three sides close the gap on the Hatters and have increased the pressure on Mick Harford’s side getting a result this afternoon.

In the late afternoon kick-off and a game being shown live by Sky Sports, the Hatters face a difficult looking trip away to Accrington Stanley.

A win would take the Hatters to 90-points and that much closer to promotion with just three games to go, anything other than a win would reduce most of us to quivering wrecks as we contemplate an end of season drop in form that would see what has been a magnificent season, so far, crumble.

Don’t let it happen Luton.



2 Replies to “That Was Far From A Good Friday For Luton Town”

  • My worry is not how this season ends.but the close season. Do we need a manager coming in and having his own ideas about tactics and personel. Or like me do you think we go with our present team of coaches who have been outstanding and let mick bring in the new players. I don’t think we need to change them personally. Just bring up the class of players in certain areas.

    • A good point, I’d hope those who make the appointment state that whoever takes over should think carefully about changing things too much.

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