Writer: Site Staff
Date:Friday August 8 2008
The summer months of waiting for the domestic season to begin are now over, as it all begins again in League Two tomorrow afternoon.
Despair of not even being able to follow England at Euro 2008 meant that the English followers of this club among us couldn't even take comfort in that, although it was a pretty decent tournament nevertheless so it helped numb the pain of waiting for the domestic season to return. After the gruelling pre-season and the tiresome transfer speculation we can return to the real business, playing football.
Now the wait is over as the League Two season kicks-off again tomorrow, and then for the next ten-months we will be hoping that relegation is miles away, but promotion or championship glory can happen! But what is more realistic.
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Date:Friday August 8 2008
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