We’re approaching April and we have survived the Y2K bug. Turns out 2000 wasn’t a deal breaker for computers everywhere afterall. Darlington are keeping pace in the Division 2 promotion battle whilst Notts Forest look set to be record breakers. How you ask? Well…
First things first though and Glenn Hoddle has guided England to Euro 2000. It’s not a terrible draw
One day, that job will be mine. For now though we’re focusing on Darlington, and the good news is thanks to some twitter tips I managed to deter big clubs coming in for my players. I only wish I’d known sooner then I could have still had the Tomlinson/Mainwaring strike force.
In the last update we drew Bishop Auckland in the FA Cup 2nd round, somewhat of a derby. We battled through though and got a Premier League club away
But look who’s come crawling back
Duncan left after about a dozen games in Season 1 and I’m delighted to have him back even on loan. We’re battling hard and the race for 2nd is between us and Oldham, though Cambridge and Bristol Rovers are right behind us.
The FA Cup semi Finals are quite lopsided, especially as Man Utd have toppled Fulham in the replay.
Man Utd are actually heavily in debt and have to transfer list a number of players in the hope somebody takes them. Unfortunately for them, Gary Neville, Ben Thornley, Henning Berg & Alex Notman all reject deadline day moves.
The league table sees another Reds at the top….chased by Sheff Wed of all teams.
8 points with 7 games to go is not a good place to be. Forest relegated with a whimper – Alvin Martin the guilty manager. Fash is up against it to keep Wimbledon up and Tottenham are not out of the woods yet either. Chelsea have fallen off a cliff, having been 2 minutes from being title winners to 15th.
So there’s only a month or so to go for Darlo to seal their fate, whilst neutrals everywhere are cheering for Sheff Wed to win the league. You’ll want to join us next time for the outcome