Take a quick peek at the current League Two table and sees who’s top, Rotherham and the Cherries. Six games in last season and it was a completely different picture.
Luton were rooted to the bottom of the table after their 30-point deduction, while the Cherries were 23rd and Rotherham 22nd, after both starting on -17. However, a glance towards the bottom of the current league table sees Grimsby a team that would have gone down had it not been for three teams receiving a points deduction. They have been given a second chance to keep their football league status. Looks like they need to make a bit more of an effort this time round.
Finally, we here at the TFTSE would like to thank the Football League for deducting 10 points to get us relegated from League One and 17 points that nearly cost us our league status. Plus, we would like to thank them for the ongoing transfer embargo. Is this to make sure that life is a just little more difficult and hopefully put us out of business? Well, F**K YOU all at the Football League, and you will be seeing us in League One next year, but no thanks to you.
FOOTBALL LEAGUE TWO | October 2008
How times have changed!!!