League Two safety is secured with a 0-0 draw at Bradford. We discuss whether Cox should play the kids against Stevenage, the U23s, the curious case of KDT, the need for the club to build bridges with the fans as well as a new squad this summer, what next season may bring and answer loads of your questions.
As the worst season in the Iron's recent history draws to a close, CambsIron rates the performances of permanent squad members and provides a hopeful take on what the Iron's squad could look like next season.
Reaction to the news Iron chairman Peter Swann has written off £11m of club debts, in exchange for the ownership of the stadium & surrounding land. We also discuss four defeats on the bounce, with relegation still an unlikely possibility with three to play.
Scunthorpe boss Neil Cox has confirmed he is aware of mounting interest in youth star Joey Dawson.
Following a dismal performance at Morecambe and the series of thought provoking interviews that followed in the immediate aftermath, the spotlight on the planning for next season is now shining brighter than ever before, writes CambsIron.
We discuss the Iron's goalless draw against high flying Tranmere and Celtic interest in Joey Dawson. We also reflect on news that the Iron will be operating on their smallest budget since Peter Swann arrived at the club and the need to spend wisely next season.
Scunthorpe United face an uphill battle to keep hold of prolific youth star Joey Dawson this summer, with a host of clubs interested in signing the 17 year old.
As the Iron creep closer to safety (two more wins should do it) the attention of supporters and the club start to turn to preparations for next season. A key area for the club to strengthen will be the striker role. Despite having a plethora of strikers on the books this season, quality and fully fit options at Neil Cox's disposal have been very limited.
We discuss an international call up for Mason O'Malley, retrospective punishment for Southend midfielder Timothee Dieng, an impressive 2-0 win over Bradford and a boring goalless draw against Crawley, where the Iron failed to register a shot on target for the third time this season.
Last night's entertaining home win over close rivals Bradford City was further evidence of the welcome improvements made by Neil Cox and his team, in a…