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Town captain Sonny Bradley has described Nathan Jones’ return as manager for a second spell in charge of the Hatters as a ‘positive move' for the club.
Luton captain Sonny Bradley has explained that the return of manager Nathan Jones was revealed to the ‘surprised’ Hatters squad during a Zoom videocall last week – with the news prompting ‘big smiles’.
Luton's Championship relegation rivals Charlton Athletic have been hit with a massive blow in their bid to stay up this season, with star striker Lyle Taylor refusing to play once the campaign potentially resumes later this month.
The chief executive from one of Luton Town's remaining nine opponents, QPR, has declared he is 'absolutely appalled' by the English Football League's (EFL) plans for the Championship to resume on June 20.
Luton look set to return to Championship action on the weekend of June 20 – but they will have to squeeze the last nine Championship games into a month.
New Luton boss Nathan Jones insists he is both a better manager and a stronger person after being named Town chief for a second time last week.
Ex-Luton striker Brian Stein saw his 31-year record as the last English player to score an overseas hat-trick in one of Europe’s major leagues broken by England starlet Jadon Sancho last night.
Luton Town could be back in Championship action in just under three weeks time as the EFL announced a provisional restart date of June 20 this evening.
Nathan Jones has returned for a second spell as manager at Luton Town. Here, he talks exclusively about his first spell at the club, and his experiences either side of that at Brighton & Hove Albion and Stoke City.
Going in goal in front of the Kop is a nervy proposition for even the most experienced of keepers, but for Hatters right back Kirk Stephens, he simply revelled in it.
Former Luton striker Jayden Stockley, now with Preston North End, was one of 10 to return positive Covid-19 tests across eight Championship clubs in the latest round of testing.
New Luton chief Nathan Jones has confirmed he might add one more to his backroom staff after returning to Kenilworth Road on Thursday.
Luton are expected to play their remaining five home Championship games at Kenilworth Road after a statement from the English Football League (EFL) this afternoon.
Former Luton defender Alan Sheehan will be released by Lincoln City at the end of the season.
Luton are expected to play their remaining nine fixtures of the season after the EFL confirmed the Championship's desire to finish the 2019-20 campaign.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has revealed that it was Mick Harford who persuaded him to extend an olive branch to Nathan Jones – but admits he should have done it sooner.
Luton are starring at financial oblivion if they get relegated back to League One, admits Gary Sweet, and that was part of the reason why Nathan Jones re-joined Town as manager.
Luton players have at long last agreed wage deferrals to help keep costs down during the Coronavirus crisis, but chief executive Gary Sweet has blasted the way the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) handled the saga.
The decision to reappoint Nathan Jones as Luton Town manager was a unanimous one from the club's board according to Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet.
Luton boss Nathan Jones is hopeful that Town's supporters will have an open mind to his attempts in rebuilding the special relationship he once had with them after being appointed as manager for the second time yesterday.
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Town captain Sonny Bradley has described Nathan Jones’ return as manager for a second spell in charge of the Hatters as a ‘positive move' for the club.
Luton captain Sonny Bradley has explained that the return of manager Nathan Jones was revealed to the ‘surprised’ Hatters squad during a Zoom videocall last week – with the news prompting ‘big smiles’.
Luton's Championship relegation rivals Charlton Athletic have been hit with a massive blow in their bid to stay up this season, with star striker Lyle Taylor refusing to play once the campaign potentially resumes later this month.
The chief executive from one of Luton Town's remaining nine opponents, QPR, has declared he is 'absolutely appalled' by the English Football League's (EFL) plans for the Championship to resume on June 20.
Luton look set to return to Championship action on the weekend of June 20 – but they will have to squeeze the last nine Championship games into a month.
New Luton boss Nathan Jones insists he is both a better manager and a stronger person after being named Town chief for a second time last week.
Ex-Luton striker Brian Stein saw his 31-year record as the last English player to score an overseas hat-trick in one of Europe’s major leagues broken by England starlet Jadon Sancho last night.
Luton Town could be back in Championship action in just under three weeks time as the EFL announced a provisional restart date of June 20 this evening.
Nathan Jones has returned for a second spell as manager at Luton Town. Here, he talks exclusively about his first spell at the club, and his experiences either side of that at Brighton & Hove Albion and Stoke City.
Going in goal in front of the Kop is a nervy proposition for even the most experienced of keepers, but for Hatters right back Kirk Stephens, he simply revelled in it.
Former Luton striker Jayden Stockley, now with Preston North End, was one of 10 to return positive Covid-19 tests across eight Championship clubs in the latest round of testing.
New Luton chief Nathan Jones has confirmed he might add one more to his backroom staff after returning to Kenilworth Road on Thursday.
Luton are expected to play their remaining five home Championship games at Kenilworth Road after a statement from the English Football League (EFL) this afternoon.
Former Luton defender Alan Sheehan will be released by Lincoln City at the end of the season.
Luton are expected to play their remaining nine fixtures of the season after the EFL confirmed the Championship's desire to finish the 2019-20 campaign.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has revealed that it was Mick Harford who persuaded him to extend an olive branch to Nathan Jones – but admits he should have done it sooner.
Luton are starring at financial oblivion if they get relegated back to League One, admits Gary Sweet, and that was part of the reason why Nathan Jones re-joined Town as manager.
Luton players have at long last agreed wage deferrals to help keep costs down during the Coronavirus crisis, but chief executive Gary Sweet has blasted the way the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) handled the saga.
The decision to reappoint Nathan Jones as Luton Town manager was a unanimous one from the club's board according to Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet.
Luton boss Nathan Jones is hopeful that Town's supporters will have an open mind to his attempts in rebuilding the special relationship he once had with them after being appointed as manager for the second time yesterday.
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[video] - [Jones] - (h) Brentford
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Charlton Athletic
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Middlesbrough
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[video] - [Jones] - (h) Cardiff City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) West Bromwich A.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Derby County
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Nottingham Forest
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Birmingham City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Bournemouth FAC3
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Millwall
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Bristol City
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Fulham
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Swansea City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Preston North End
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Stoke City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Wigan Athletic
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Brentford
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Charlton Athletic
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Leeds United
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Reading
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Nottingham Forest
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Birmingham City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Fulham
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Bristol City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Derby County
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Millwall
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Blackburn Rovers
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Leicester City CC3
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Hull City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Queens Park R.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Huddersfield Town
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Cardiff City CC2
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Barnsley
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Sheffield Wed.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) West Bromwich A.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Ipswich Town CC1
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Cardiff City
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Middlesbrough
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Norwich City F
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Bedford Town F
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Welwyn GC F
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[video] [Harford] - (a) Burton Albion
[video] [Harford] - (h) AFC Wimbledon
[video] [Harford] - (a) Accrington S.
[video] [Harford] - (a) Charlton Athletic
[video] [Harford] - (h) Blackpool
[video] [Harford] - (a) Bristol Rovers
[video] [Harford] - (h) Doncaster Rov.
[video] [Harford] - (h) Gillingham
[video] [Harford] - (a) Bradford City
[video] [Harford] - (a) Plymouth Argyle
[video] [Harford] - (h) Rochdale
[video] [Harford] - (h) Coventry City
[video] [Harford] - (a) Fleetwood Town
[video] [Harford] - (h) Wycombe W.
[video] [Harford] - (a) Shrewsbury Town
[video] [Harford] - (h) Portsmouth
[video] [Harford] - (a) Southend United
[video] [Harford] - (h) Peterborough Utd
[video] [Harford] - (h) Sheff. Wed FAC3
[video] [Harford] - (a) Sunderland
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