Yesterday, this week’s Lower League Week went up at Bornoffside.net.
Coventry, after refusing to pay the rent on their stadium for almost a year, have finally ended up facing consequences for their rudeness. (Though they’ve objected to their punishment on a legal technicality.)
Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn has responded to West Ham moving into the nearby Olympic Stadium and threatening his ‘community club’ by thinking about moving the club outside of the community.
Southend and Stevenage have both changed their manager, while Northampton and Burton are on very long winning streaks at home.
And the organisers of the Football League Trophy have apparently decided that the trophy was too well respected, and responded by inviting Soccer AM hosts Helen Chamberlain and Max Rushden to sing the national anthem. Yeah, that should fix that problem.
Click here to read The Lower League Week – The Laughably Inept Edition