Question of the Week
Will Paul Hurst stay at Grimsby?
2004-2005 Season Preview
By: Tony Hamilton
TOWN enter another new season after a second successive relegation, but this time they have a new manager and a largely new squad of players. How they will fare to a large extent depends upon Grimsby's strengths relative to that of the opposition, which we now examine.
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