Question of the Week
What should happen to the EFL Trophy next season?
We need to kick start our season
By: Dave Boylen
Date: 30/10/2008 (Last updated: 31/10/2008)
WELL we really have got our backs against the wall, if ever there was a time when the Football Club needed players with guts and character it is certainly now.
With just a few weeks since the season ended Dave Boylen is positively drooling at Town's prospects next season.
Dave Boylen believes the Mariners can survive if they get the support which will help the players over the line.
Dave Boylen looks how Grimsby can turn around their fortunes after the recent disastrous run.
Dave Boylen has his say on the Buckley sacking, says what it is like to have a manager come in, and has his say on Watkiss.
Dave Boylen looks at the start of the new season from the players' perspective.
Dave Boylen believes that 2008-2009 could be the year when Town finally start to turn the corner.
Dave Boylen has his say on recent issues which have hit the headlines at Blundell Park including Alan Buckley's health.
Dave Boylen believes the future has never been brighter for the Mariners with a good manager and crop of young players.
Dave Boylen looks back on the last few weeks when Grimsby have enjoyed a much better spell of results.
Dave Boylen believes changing the manager is a bad move at the present moment.
Former Grimsby player Dave Boylen believes the fans should see Town through their current poor run.
Dave Boylen looks at the start Grimsby have made to the season, and feels hopeful for the future.
Dave Boylen looks ahead to John McDermott's last few games in a Grimsby Town shirt, and wonders where to next for Macca.
Dave Boylen has his say on recent issues and looks forward to next season, in which he would like to see a new home kit.
Dave Boylen looks back on Town's great run, and asks if they can keep it up when they visit Macclesfield.
Dave Boylen believes we have come to a period in the history of GTFC which will probably be the most crucial in its history.
Dave Boylen asks whether Alan Buckley's bubble has first following a disastrous period over Christmas.
Dave Boylen pleas for the politicians of Grimsby to back the club's proposal for a new home.
Dave Boylen finds that the arrival of Alan Buckley at Blundell Park seems to have lifted everybody at the club.
Dave Boylen comments on the departure of Graham Rodger and his replacment Alan Buckley.
Dave Boylen has his say on the latest developments at Blundell Park, including some advice to young Peter Bore.
Dave Boylen feels that maybe the tide is turning a little bit for Graham Roger following the much needed away win.
Dave Boylen pleads with the fans to give Graham Rogder a chance to get his side to gel and work their way up the table.
Dave Boylen looks at the problems Grimsby Town have in getting new players to come to Blundell Park.
Dave Boylen has his say on the Radio Humberside impasse, and believes John Fenty is right to stick up for the club.
Dave Boylen has his say after the Wrexham game, and looks ahead to Grimsby's next game in Bristol.
Dave Boylen looks back on Saturday afternoon as one of the great turnarounds and in Peter Bore a true local hero.
Dave Boylen has his say ahead of the start of the new season, including what he thinks of the Michael Reddy situation.
Dave Boylen talks about the appointment of new Grimsby Town assistant manager Stuart Watkiss.
Dave Boylen believes Peter Beagrie is an excellent signing for the Mariners and signals the start of a new fluent passing era.
Dave Boylen responds to criticism about his previous article which appeared on this web site last week.
Dave Boylen comments on the latest happenings at Blundell Park since the arrival of Graham Rodger.
Dave Boylen gives his views on the Russell Slade saga, and believes he should have been relieved of his duties before Cardiff.
Fishy columnist Dave Boylen gives his views on the sudden departure of Russell Slade from Blundell Park and what it means.
Dave Boylen looks back on a disappointing day spent travelling to watch Town in the play-off final at Cardiff.
Dave Boylen pens his diary in the early part of the week during which Town beat Lincoln twice in three days!
Dave Boylen looks back at the final game against Northampton and the need to now focus on the play-offs.
Dave Boylen contemplates Grimsby's final game against Northampton knowing that they must win to have a chance!
Dave Boylen urges Town supporters to get behind the lads in the last two vitally important games starting at Macclesfield.
Dave Boylen has his say on the run-in, loan players, the season so far and the future of Grimsby Town.
Dave Boylen looks back at his years spent in local football, and believes there is a lot of untapped football talent in town.
Former Mariner Dave Boylen looks back at some of the managers to grace Blundell Park during his time at the club.
Dave Boylen explains what the football scene was like in the 1960s and 1970s compared to today's game.
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