Question of the Week
How long before new manager arrives?
By: Richard Hubbert
THE Mariners are back at Blundell Park on Saturday, hoping to build on the encouraging performance from their game with Swindon on Wednesday, with Nicky Law still hoping for his first win as Town boss.
I am sure that we donâ€™t all need reminding of what happened when we last played Hartlepool â€“ and the players will be wanting to avenge that thumping. However, not many players actually survive from playing that game. Davison, Crane, Ford, Groves, Cas, Boulding and Crowe all started that game and have either gone or will probably not play. Only Hockless, Rowan, Barnard and Campbell are the only ones who started the game on that Friday night and could play on Saturday,
Since then, Hartlepool have had a much better season than expected after their promotion last year. They were tipped by many for relegation, but Neale Cooper, a relative unknown in English football has done well, guiding the Victoria Park side to ninth in the table.
Last Time Out
Need I remind you? All I have to say is 8-1. The less said the better
Town Team: Davison, Crowe, Ford, Crane, Barnard, Cas, Groves, Campbell, Hockless, Rowan (Nimmo, 61), Boulding (Soames, 76)
Hartlepool Team: Provett, Barron, Westwood, Nelson, Robson, Strachan (Clarke, 70), Tinkler, Humphreys, Eifion Williams, Gabbiadini (McCann, 72), Paul Robinson (Easter, 81)
Attendance: 5,528 Report
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