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John this week uses the time spent in bars immediately after the Barnet game, and on his journey home, to look at our connections with Wolverhampton Wanderers (which include Gus McLean and Jake Cassidy) and the changing international mix of our squad. He is also surprisingly confident ahead of the visit of Wrexham and his musings also take in North Ferriby, Gateshead and Peckham, with special mentions for Kevin Dixon, Cecil Hardy, Luca Murphy, Ryan Catterick and Dan Jones.Read More →

This week John again returns to the Swansea 16 and makes a suggestion for Mark Maguire to consider. In fact he makes a number of polite suggestions for Mark Maguire to consider.
Against a background of positive developments at Blackpool and, possibly, Bolton Wanderers, John is very downbeat in his views on the future of Gateshead and uses these examples, and developments at Rochdale and Grimsby, to again emphasise the importance of our Supporters Trust.
He is also rude, again, about certain HUST Board members and, if this continues, his weekly article may be cancelled (along with his membership).
As ever, comments/ observations/ corrections are welcomed.Read More →

Recently HUST took a trip down the A1 and across the M62 to meet with Dave Roberts of the Mariners Trust to congratulate them on their recent memorandum of understanding signed with their club, and to find out more.Read More →

Someone has clearly put something into John’s beer! This week he’s almost nice about everyone and has only the slightest of digs at Mr Maguire; he does have some harsh words for HUST chair Richard Ward, however, and has now done his research on The Swansea 16 and apologises for his errors about Willington FC.Read More →