Who Are Ya? - Luton Town (#2)
How Long Have You Supported Luton Town?
I have supported Luton for fifty five years.
Last Season's League Finish?
We finished fourth last season and made a pigs ear of the play offs.
What Do You Think Of Your Manager?
To date Nathan Jones has done a good job but the end of this season will tell us how good he is.
Hopes/Expectations This Season?
Anything less than automatic promotion will be a major disappointment from the position we are in today.
One(s) To Watch?
Our youth academy has produced some fine players, Famewo, Musonda but the star so far is James Justin at right back.
Top Seven Predictions?
In no particular order, Coventry, Luton, Notts County, Exeter, Port Vale, Wycombe and Lincoln.
Bottom Two Predictions?
Barnet and Forest Green Rovers.
Thoughts on Lincoln City?
Tough and direct side when we played them earlier this season and their recent record of League and Cup success is very impressive.
Random Fact About Your Club?
We were the first FL club to pay our staff the living wage.
What are your proudest and most embarrassing moments as a Luton Town Supporter?
Most embarrasing losing at home to Hyde FC in the Conference. Every game watching Luton is a proud moment.
Do you have a Supporters Trust and what role do they play at the Club?
Our Supporters Trust has numerous objectives. See here.
Which was your favourite match involving Luton Town?
1988 League Cup final beating Arsenal at Wembley.
Which was your least favourite match involving Luton Town?
All games we lose fall into that category.
Any viable plans for a new ground? (Hopefully motorway junction sites and places like Dunstable are no longer on the menu!)
Plans for a new ground within the town boundaries are awaiting planning approval which is expected soon.
Do you need a holding midfielder? Your rumoured to be about to make a cheap 250k bid for our midfielder Alex Woodyard!
No, we have three players who can play in that role, Glen Rea is currently playing there and is outstanding.
Nathan Jones general demeanour comes across as a bit arrogant and cocky. Is that something Luton fans notice?
I actually think Nathan is one of the most modest managers in the league having listened to all post match reports from other managers.
He also seems to come out with lots of excuses if you've not won. Bobbly pitch seems to be his favourite.
A football manager who does not make excuses has not been born yet.
Nathan Jones was a bit left field of an appointment to many but is doing well. How did he get the attention of the Luton board and what are his qualities?
His presentation from all the applicants impressed the board, his qualities are his eye for a good player and the fact that Luton have got 90 points in the 2017 calendar year is testament to his quality.
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