Scunthorpe United News

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League One: Scunthorpe on the brink

April, 7 2007

Scunthorpe's position at the top of League One was strengthened as both their chief rivals slipped up today.

Scunthorpe physio appointed as new manager

December, 7 2006

Scunthorpe have appointed Nigel Adkins on a permanent basis as successor to previous manager Brian Laws.

'Carling Cup is our gateway to Europe' - O'Neill

September, 20 2006

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill described the Carling Cup as a 'gateway' to European football after selecting his strongest side against Scunthorpe and watching Juan Pablo Angel fire them into the third round.

League One: Iron forge ahead at the top

January, 27 2006

Scunthorpe took advantage of Bristol City and Nottingham Forest being involved in FA Cup action to move three points clear at the top of League One.

Blues stars poised for FA Cup 'magic'

January, 7 2005

Many of Jose Mourinho's all-star Chelsea side will have their first taste of the 'magic' of the FA Cup in tomorrow's third-round tie at home to Scunthorpe.

Scunthorpe dream of Chelsea upset

January, 7 2005

When Scunthorpe goalkeeper Paul Musselwhite assumes the daunting role of forming the last line of defence against Chelsea in the FA Cup on Saturday, his mind will no doubt wander to his team's shock victory over the London club 17 years ago.

Irons boss rules out Forest switch

December, 18 2004

Scunthorpe boss Brian Laws will not be applying for the managerial vacancy at his old club Nottingham Forest.

Laws: Chelsea tie is like winning lottery

December, 6 2004

Scunthorpe manager Brian Laws felt like he had 'won the lottery' after learning his team would play Barclays Premiership leaders Chelsea in the third round of the FA Cup.

League Two: Iron return to the summit

October, 23 2004

Swansea slipped to third in Coca-Cola League Two as Scunthorpe and Leyton Orient both won, while their game at home to Darlington was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Nationwide: Ried undaunted by task

May, 6 2004

Newly-installed COVENTRY manager Peter Reid is confident he can propel the club into the Premiership within 12 months while operating on a shoestring budget.

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