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Former Luton striker Malcolm Macdonald has revealed how he earned the Hatters an extra £30,000 after scoring a hat-trick in his final game for the club against Cardiff back in May 1971.
The property arm of Luton Town Football Club will be ‘relatively unchallenged’ by the Coronavirus shutdown of the game, according to chief executive Gary Sweet, though work on their new stadium is temporarily on hold.
Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet doesn’t think it is ‘realistic’ to expect the football season to restart on April 30.
Luton Town chief executive Gary Sweet believes that the impending cash crisis brought by the Coronavirus shutdown of English football lays bare that the game is not run on a sustainable model.
Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet knows that there will have to be a serious review of the transfer window this season with the campaign being suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Luton striker Malcolm Macdonald revealed how his hat-trick against Reading, scored 50 years ago today in 1970, was a welcome boost to his efforts in getting to the dreaded 30 goal target set by manager Alec Stock at the start of the campaign.
Football won’t return by the end of next month, that is the view of Luton Town chief executive Gary Sweet.
Luton Town are on course to exit the current coronavirus crisis in a far better position than their fellow Championship clubs according to chief executive Gary Sweet.
Former Luton midfielder Jake Howells admitted that teams hated playing against the Hatters when they were in the kind of ruthless form that saw them put eight past Hayes & Yeading on this day 10 years ago.
Luton Town romped to their biggest win since the Second World War when they hammered Hayes & Yeading 8-0 at Kenilworth Road on March 27, 2010. The Luton News takes a special look at just who took to the field for Town that day.
The Coronavirus pandemic will ‘harm football’ but Gary Sweet believes Luton will be in a stronger position than most of their rivals when the crisis is over, because of prudent management from the 2020 board of directors.
Town captain Sonny Bradley believes that a mini pre-season will be needed once the Football League returns to action following the coronavirus pandemic.
After signing from Leicester in 1991, Scott Oakes went on to have a fine career with Town, scoring some dazzling goals. However, who would he select in his all-time best XI from players that pulled the Luton shirt on with him?
Although Luton chief executive Gary Sweet doesn’t want to go ‘cap in hand’ to the Premier League for financial help during the coronavirus pandemic, he does believe the top flight clubs should be doing more to help out lower league sides in the
Gary Sweet admits that an extended season due to the Coronavirus crisis puts him in a ‘terrible’ position over expiring players’ contracts as the chief executive has revealed that the livelihoods of staff must take precedence.
Nobody knows quite when the football season will conclude due to the ongoing fight against COVID-19, but when it does one man yet to have a huge impression on Luton Town’s first campaign back in the Championship for 13 years could get the chance...
Looking back on his Luton career, attacker Scott Oakes was happy to know he left the Hatters fans with a smile on their face during his time at Kenilworth Road.
Luton Town players are facing the prospect of pay cuts as the club tries to limit the damage of the Coronavirus shutdown of English football, chief executive Gary Sweet has revealed.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet is convinced that football’s Coronavirus suspension will see clubs collapse from the Premier League down – but that the Hatters are in a better place than most to cope.
Former Hatters attacker Scott Oakes revealed he knew exactly what he was going to do when running clean through on goal against West Ham United, faced with the opportunity to put Luton into the FA Cup semi-final some 26 years ago today.
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Former Luton striker Malcolm Macdonald has revealed how he earned the Hatters an extra £30,000 after scoring a hat-trick in his final game for the club against Cardiff back in May 1971.
The property arm of Luton Town Football Club will be ‘relatively unchallenged’ by the Coronavirus shutdown of the game, according to chief executive Gary Sweet, though work on their new stadium is temporarily on hold.
Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet doesn’t think it is ‘realistic’ to expect the football season to restart on April 30.
Luton Town chief executive Gary Sweet believes that the impending cash crisis brought by the Coronavirus shutdown of English football lays bare that the game is not run on a sustainable model.
Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet knows that there will have to be a serious review of the transfer window this season with the campaign being suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Luton striker Malcolm Macdonald revealed how his hat-trick against Reading, scored 50 years ago today in 1970, was a welcome boost to his efforts in getting to the dreaded 30 goal target set by manager Alec Stock at the start of the campaign.
Football won’t return by the end of next month, that is the view of Luton Town chief executive Gary Sweet.
Luton Town are on course to exit the current coronavirus crisis in a far better position than their fellow Championship clubs according to chief executive Gary Sweet.
Former Luton midfielder Jake Howells admitted that teams hated playing against the Hatters when they were in the kind of ruthless form that saw them put eight past Hayes & Yeading on this day 10 years ago.
Luton Town romped to their biggest win since the Second World War when they hammered Hayes & Yeading 8-0 at Kenilworth Road on March 27, 2010. The Luton News takes a special look at just who took to the field for Town that day.
The Coronavirus pandemic will ‘harm football’ but Gary Sweet believes Luton will be in a stronger position than most of their rivals when the crisis is over, because of prudent management from the 2020 board of directors.
Town captain Sonny Bradley believes that a mini pre-season will be needed once the Football League returns to action following the coronavirus pandemic.
After signing from Leicester in 1991, Scott Oakes went on to have a fine career with Town, scoring some dazzling goals. However, who would he select in his all-time best XI from players that pulled the Luton shirt on with him?
Although Luton chief executive Gary Sweet doesn’t want to go ‘cap in hand’ to the Premier League for financial help during the coronavirus pandemic, he does believe the top flight clubs should be doing more to help out lower league sides in the
Gary Sweet admits that an extended season due to the Coronavirus crisis puts him in a ‘terrible’ position over expiring players’ contracts as the chief executive has revealed that the livelihoods of staff must take precedence.
Nobody knows quite when the football season will conclude due to the ongoing fight against COVID-19, but when it does one man yet to have a huge impression on Luton Town’s first campaign back in the Championship for 13 years could get the chance...
Looking back on his Luton career, attacker Scott Oakes was happy to know he left the Hatters fans with a smile on their face during his time at Kenilworth Road.
Luton Town players are facing the prospect of pay cuts as the club tries to limit the damage of the Coronavirus shutdown of English football, chief executive Gary Sweet has revealed.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet is convinced that football’s Coronavirus suspension will see clubs collapse from the Premier League down – but that the Hatters are in a better place than most to cope.
Former Hatters attacker Scott Oakes revealed he knew exactly what he was going to do when running clean through on goal against West Ham United, faced with the opportunity to put Luton into the FA Cup semi-final some 26 years ago today.
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