It’s official. Peterborough United are the most generous and kind club in League One. On a bad run? No problem come and play Posh, they’ll help you back on your feet. Lost your manager? Never mind, it’s Posh next, they’ll help ease the pain. Can’t score a goal? Don’t worry about it, Posh will put one on a plate for you. One point from 15 is a bad enough run, but when the opposition has generally either been a) rudderless b) completely out of form or c) both, it’s rather quite worrying. Oldham started it.
Netherton United and Peterborough Sports Reserves won their Northants Junior Cup first round ties against Northampton Combination League opposition away from home, while ICA Sports started their Hunts Intermediate Cup campaign with a 3-1 home success over Yaxley Reserves. Mark Baines, Tom Randall and Dan Fountain scored the goals for Netherton in a 3-2 win at Roade, while Stuart Eason (2), Lewis McManus and Jordan Giddings were on target for Sports in a 4-1 jaunt at Spratton.
Have your sayPeterborough United have shown an interest in Leyton Orient striker Macauley Bonne. A source close to the player contacted the Peterborough Telegraph today (October 22) insisting Posh have watched the 21 year-old. Bonne has scored seven goals in the National League for Orient in 16 outings this season, but none in his last eight appearances. Bonne moved to Orient from Colchester in the summer. He spent four seasons at the Essex club, but spent most of his time on the substitutes’ bench.
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