Brennan Dickenson, fighting fit again after all his injury woes, believes that Colchester United should be good enough to clinch automatic promotion this season, and not just target a top-seven play-off finish.
Colchester United can be warmly satisfied with their opening day showing at Notts County, on a sun-kissed Saturday afternoon at Meadow Lane, the home of the oldest surviving Football League club in the world.
Ipswich Town will move quickly to try and land Paul Hurst as their next manager following Shrewsbury Town’s League One Play-Off Final defeat yesterday. STUART WATSON looks at some of his transfer success stories.
Colchester United boss, John McGreal, is keen to “draw a line” under Saturday’s embarrassing FA Cup exit, at the hands of non-league Oxford City, starting at Essex rivals Southend United tomorrow night.
Colchester United midfielder, Doug Loft, is adamant that the U’s will learn from their below-par showing in the 1-0 home defeat to Carlisle last weekend, and bounce back to form at Newport County tonight.