Here we are – the last of the 2021/2022 season recaps. Last up is Johnny Chapman, who I accidentally ignored at Matlock before finally catching up with at Gloucester, where he told me I’d overpaid for my train tickets by about thirty quid. Summed up the day to be honest. And do I need to […]
Right, we’re nearly there. Just two more of these to go before ToD can return to a well-deserved slumber for about two years. In the penultimate season recap, Scott Burrell – @scottbufc over on Twitter, go give him a follow! – takes us through his highlights of the season and how he thinks Boston United […]
Callum Bates – or @designerb8sy as you may know him from Twitter – is the latest Pilgrims fan to recap the 21/22 season for Trail Of Dead, although if you’re here to find out what his asbolute favourite goal of the season was you may well be disappointed. Callum is of course currently in the […]
The season recaps continue at ToD. Today it’s the turn of long-time Pilgrims fan Adam Upsall to offer up his thoughts on where things went right last season, and where they might have gone better.
As we continue to reflect on the 2021/2022 season, Christian ‘Spreadsheets’ James joins ToD to give his spin on what he enjoyed most about the season, and what he really didn’t. If you’re a Chester fan, look away now. You’re almost certainly already following Christian on Twitter, but if you’ve somehow evaded his tweets about […]
As the dust settles on 2021/2022, it’s time to reflect on the season we’ve just enjoyed (or endured) and look ahead to what the future holds for Boston United as we head into the summer and beyond. Today, it’s the turn of United photographer, and fanzine writer, Oliver Atkin, who gives us his highlights – […]
So, the 2021/2022 season is over – and it ended in unexpected playoff heartbreak after an underwhelming race to seventh place. But as with every season, there’s more to the story. Pete Brooksbank gives his highlights – and lowlights – from what would turn out to be a really weird season.
Strolling into Matlock Town’s glorious Causeway ground last Friday, it was remarkable how different some things were, and yet also how familiar.