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Lowestoft- The New Pride Of Suffolk

Follow my save as I take control of the Trawlerboys.
Started on 11 January 2015 by pointer4ncfc
Latest Reply on 19 January 2015 by pointer4ncfc
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I have just finished off my 2nd Season with Lowestoft Town I then moved on to start my 3rd season which I am now 6 games in.

To start off I will write a small summary of our first 2 seasons Before moving on to the season we are currently in.

Season One

For the vast majority of this season (from August 18th to December 8th) we were rock bottom of the Conference North. At this point I completely gave up on my 3 tactics and almost restarted my team. Bringing in Dan Walker on a free from Braintree also had a massive positive impact on our squad and played a Key role in bringing us up the table, and is still a key player now. Steven Smith also played a key role from July when he came in on Loan also from Braintree. After this revolution of tactics and a new revamp in the team we managed to climb up the league puling off many a shock eventually finishing in 9th.

Season Two

Throughout the year we pulled of magnificent results and really showed clubs what the Trawlerboys are all about. We signed many players who made it all possible notably Jamie Stevens who signed from Spalding for 3.4k. Gavin Cowan another player who came in from Boston United on a free despite his age he kept it very solid at the back. At the end of season it came to goal difference as we failed to beat bottom of league but thankfully still came out on top of league.
Start of Season 3 Coming Soon!
Before I provide the start of season I wanted to show off some of my best players.

Jake Reed

One of the original players and one of my Stars who I can't believe I forgot in my second season review he scored a whopping 30 goals and 17 assists in 37 games in the league. He has been my key striker throughout this save.

Curtis Haynes-Brown

As a defender he is very good at the back and has prevented us conceding many a goal. But also is one of the best creators I have ever seen. Last season he chipped in creating 121 chances which was the most in the league and around double second place.
Season Three-- The Beginning

After a dreadful pre-season used to boost finance by playing big teams we kicked off our campaign with a surprise win away to Havant&W beating them 1-0 thanks to a Dan Walker strike from close range. Another notable game was away to Aldershot where we performed a demolition job and won 6-2 away from home.

One thing that has begun to worry despite being early is we are yet to perform at home. But thankfully we are winning away.
the images are to small for me to really see in the last post mate but it looks a decent start to the season. Home form tends to come if your doing well and once it does that away form will be key in a push for the top 2 spots

Still getting used to posting hopefully this comes out bigger
The Early Surprise

We have just played the 7th game of the season and much to my surprise and obviously the medias after being predicted dead certs for relegation and to finish rock bottom in the league we now sit in 4th place after thumping Chester 5-1 also claiming our first home win of the year and it looks like things are starting to come up Lowestoft as the initial honeymoon comes to end and we start the main phase of the season in what could be a promotion season.
Walker is Man of the Month

So far Dan Walker has played 7 games scoring 5 goals with 2 assists making him the Conference Premier player of the month.
The Demolition of Sutton

After a couple of slip ups and 4 points dropped we came back in style after drawing 2-2 at half time we came out and banged in 5 goals scorers are all below 3 goals from my defender Adam Smith.
Monthly Awards for September

We picked up a 1 win, two 2nd places and one 3rd place. All shown Below.
20 Game Update

Much to our surprise we currently lead the pack that is still very close together our next aim is to pull away from this bunch. Also seen is our fixtures which show off some opportunities in which we have failed to secure points disappointingly but we fought back well to start picking up the points again.

The last part of this update is the stats of the division Trevor Hibbert is currently the league top scorer with Haynes-Brown and Adam Smith both showing off with the amount of chance they are capable of creating.
Smashing in the goals esp against Sutton Utd a nice 7-1 win. League is super tight though so good luck staying on top mate
Thanks, League seems to be too tight at the minute to judge if i can stay up their as 2 losses can send us flying down
Prep for the Final Run In

After weeks of being in front of the promotion group we have finally had our slip like many teams do in promotion we are now dropping points like there's no tomorrow. I've held a team meeting and now morale is high and we must play the best football we can to secure back to back promotions. If we win our game in hand we will land 3 points behind Accrington Stanley below are the current table where sit comfortably still in the race for promotion.

Next up are the stats for the season so far. As you can see we lead some of them notably the Key Passes with Curtis Haynes-Brown and Adam Smith lead by a long way.
Ready for the Play-Offs

As you can see we secured our spot and we will face Lincoln in semi finals in what will be a very difficult tie. Below is our run in and League Stats.

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