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    So what tier in English football are you in now Mike? Looks like you've been on a roll with them so far.
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    I think he typoed and that's supposed to be 2018/19 Season Review so he's just finished his 3rd season and entering the 7th division.
    This is correct.

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    2019/20 Season Preview


    Dudley Town once again enter the season in a new league, and as favorites to go up. After 3 years and 3 promotions, the Robins are on a roll, and no one is sure who will stop them. With no major departures, and the development of a few talents, and the addition of a few more castaways from the Football League, Dudley look set to take the Northern Premier League by storm. New additions include 18-year old Goalkeeper Oliver Webber, whom failed to make a break through at Crystal Palace. Also formerly a Crystal palace trainee, Amadu Waritay joined the club on a 12-month deal. To solidfy the defense once more next to Rhys Paul, Jack Lane was brought in, having been released from National League South side St. Albans. While the papers expect quite a bit out of this Dudley Town squad, it's been rumoured that the board are fine with just avoiding relegation this term.




    Some great news coming from the Pre-season, while mostly uneventful, two kids from the youth program have been given first team positions. 17-year old James Hardy, who made his first team debut a year ago is said to be starting on the right side instead of Will Page this year. Dave Cowan also made his first team debut a year ago will be setting up right next to him in Petersen's 3-5-2 in place of long-time starter Will Bor. Bor who has made 115 appearances for the Duds since joining in 2016 is said to be unhappy with losing his starting spot, but also understands that it's part of the game. For his part, it sounds like Petersen is trying to find him a new home anyway.


    On the coaching side of things Michael Petersen bagged his UEFA A licence, Assistant Manager Stuart Rudd bagged his UEFA B licence. Petersen decided after two years, the Physio team needed an improvement, so Faith Fisher-Atack was brought in from Tilbury as the new Head Physio, and Paul Madin was brought in to serve under her as the day-to-day Physio.



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    Big Game Review

    In what was billed in Dudley as an away match for the ages, the impressive Robins traveled two hours to Bramall Lane in Sheffield to take on League One side Sheffield United. The club had reached the First Round proper of the FA Cup for the second time in their history, and got a lucrative match against much better opposition. 460 away fans showed up for what ended up being one of the best matches of the first round. Club Legend Harry Pratt got the Duds off to a flyer just five minutes in and put them up 1-0. The Blades were not in the mood for an upset though, and Nicolao Dumitru ended up netting a hat-trick in the first half, scoring in the 19th, the 22nd, and the 30th minute of the half. Even being down 3-1 the Duds looked to have a bit of pop in their step, and coming out of the tunnel from halftime, it was clear they had smelled blood in the first half. The 18-year old Dudley born, raised, and trained midfielder Dave Cowan scored coming out of the gates in the 46th minute, and one of the club's mainstays in their rise through the ranks Chris Mason put the Duds back on level terms in the 52nd minute. The away fans and club celebrated a bit too much though as Nicolao Dumitru wasn't done, he netted his fourth and final goal just two minutes later that sent the home crowd into raptures. The match was back and forth, but after their fourth goal Sheffield proved hard for the Robins to break down, in the 86th minute, Chris Mason broke free of his defender, and slotted the ball past the Sheffield United goalkeeper that once again sent the away fans into a frenzy, only to look to the left and see the linesman with his flag up. Extra time was not meant to be as the Blades controlled the final couple minutes of play, and closed out the game with a 4-3 victory. Both Michael Petersen and Finn Morten Moe expressed how impressed they were with the other side after the match, adding that while the incorrect offside call was unfortunate, it didn't take away from one of the most entertaining games of the year so far.

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    Re: The Dudley Town Chronicles

    What does Cowan & Hardy's max potential look like? Can they reach as high as the top four leagues?

    Looks like the Sheffield game ended around the 60th minute, crazy that you guys got 7 goals before then. Always hate when teams score a bunch really early and then just do nothing for the rest of the match. Still don't take you'll struggle much league wise until the championship or at least league one/two.

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    2019/20 Season Review


    Another season in the books for the boys from Dudley, and more hardware was added to the case. Dudley opened their season with a win in the Peter Swales Shield, a 2-1 victory over Radcliffe Borough. An FA Cup run to the 1st Round Proper followed as it was the fifth team they faced in Sheffield United that they were finally taken out of the contest. Losing to the Blades at Bramall Lane was a highlight, even with the dubious disallowed goal at the end of the game. The league ended up being fairly pedestrian, falling a few games behind due to advancing in cups, the Duds spent most of the year in 2nd, not taking over 1st place til Shildon showed a slip in form and fell from the top spot on March 4th. The longer season took it's toll on the Robins as fatigue set in near the end of the year. They almost slipped, but eventually they pulled it together only taking one loss in their last five to see out the title. An uneventful run in the FA Trophy ended with a loss to Alfreton Town in the Third Qualifying round, and an embarrassing loss ended their Northern Premier Challenge Cup run, falling 2-1 to Gainsborough Trinity.



    The Rochdale-born but Dudley-beloved Harry Pratt once again topped the scoring charts for Dudley, scoring 60 goals in total, and 43 goals in the Northern Premier. His partner-in-crime Chris Mason was once again the second source of goals scoring 31 total and 27 in the league. Pratt and Mason shared the lead in assists, helping out with 16 assists each. New signing Jack Lane led the charts in appearances, making 60 total over the course of the year, and saw action in each of the clubs League games. Club stalwart Rhys Paul missed his first league game in 3 years, missing 2 total due to a Concussion. Paul still managed to make 58 appearances during the year. Taking over for Adam Harrison was new signing Oliver Webber in goal, the former Crystal Palace trainee secured 13 clean sheets in the league, and 18 overall, also provided a steady hand for the Duds allowing only one goal per game. Harry Pratt was once again named the Fan's Player of the Year for Dudley, and was named the Player of the Year for the Northern Premier as well.

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    Attendance was up once again at The Dell Sports Ground, with 494 average at the games this year. However with the promotion came new ground regulations, and with that, Dudley Town announced a move. The club is heading south from Dudley to Halesowen to play in The Grove for the time being. Rumors of a new stadium in Dudley are floating around, however there doesn't seem to be any immediate plans for that to happen.

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    Re: The Dudley Town Chronicles

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    What does Cowan & Hardy's max potential look like? Can they reach as high as the top four leagues?

    Looks like the Sheffield game ended around the 60th minute, crazy that you guys got 7 goals before then. Always hate when teams score a bunch really early and then just do nothing for the rest of the match. Still don't take you'll struggle much league wise until the championship or at least league one/two.
    They're both potential VNL players, not much more. Also, I expect troubles to start soon, salaries going up, budget is staying stagnant.

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    I really hope Harry Pratt is able to keep his ridiculous goal scoring for as long as possible. 140 in 144 is insane. Give it probably another year and he'll have more career goals than he has career appearances but I don't doubt that his career will jump off a cliff once you get rid of him.

    Are you in the VNN/S now?

    Also how did Cowan and Hardy do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Legend View Post
    I really hope Harry Pratt is able to keep his ridiculous goal scoring for as long as possible. 140 in 144 is insane. Give it probably another year and he'll have more career goals than he has career appearances but I don't doubt that his career will jump off a cliff once you get rid of him.

    Are you in the VNN/S now?

    Also how did Cowan and Hardy do?
    Pratt is an odd duck, I have no idea why he scores so many goals, but I'm not going to complain until they dry up. His talents continue to grow, and I'm excited to see what he does in the VNL North. Yes, I'm in the North now. Cowan was good as a Ball Winning Midfielder, he needs to work on his discipline though, he missed 7 games due to cards. Hardy was excellent, when he played. He was subject to many bids throughout the year, however none of them materialised. He ended up injured for a total of 8 weeks as well.

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    Season Preview 2020/21


    After four promotions in four years, the Dudley Town boys are in the Vanarama League North. Lots of new things this season for the Duds, including a new home stadium. They moved south to Halesowen and are sharing a ground with Halesowen Town as The Dell Sports Ground didn't meet Vanarama League North requirements. Fans are required to travel a bit to get to the Stadium, a 20 minute drive awaits the faithful fans of the Robins. The club also sports a lot of new players as many players were given their walking papers. The fans are less than happy with some of the decisions the club made, giving long-time striker Chris Mason his walking papers, along with Will Bor, the man with the second most club appearances. However with their disappointment comes the feeling of excitement with some of the new players aboard. 21-year old Declan Rice joins from the youth ranks of West Ham, Jack Roles, a midfielder joins from Tottenham, 20-year old centreback Tyrell Turner joins from the Arsenal youth ranks, and striker Andre Wright, the lead candidate to replace Chris Mason joins from just up the road in West Brom. A few less notable changes amongst the coaching staff, joining up with Petersen are Ian Chapman, former manager of Burgess Hill, Simon Haworth, former manager of Clitheroe, and surprisingly Stuart Nichol, formerly the head man of Redditch United, whom beat Petersen's Dudley team in 2017 7-3 in the FA Cup Third Qualifying Round.




    Not much has changed for Dudley in terms of expectations, with a slew of new talent set to star alongside club favorites like Harry Pratt and Rhys Paul, the bookies are expecting Dudley to continue their run up the ranks with a promotion by winning the league. They've managed their expectations well so far, facing a variety of competition during the Pre-Season, losing to Coventry 2-1, but beating Hibernian 4-1. Pedestrian wins against Loughborough University, Hartlepool, and Halesowen did a great job of setting the tone for the upcoming year. Club captain Rhys Paul has expressed his enthusiasm for the year ahead, and suggested the supporters might have even more hardware in the cabinet after the season.



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    2020/21 Season Review


    Another season of progress for Dudley Town, as they continue to climb the ranks under manager Michael Petersen and chairman Lee Sheridan. Tipped by bookies to challenge for the title in the National League North, Dudley ended up winning the League by a full 8 points over second placed Stalybridge. The club's success didn't stop there though, the FA Cup run proved fruitful as well, the Semi-Pro lads from Dudley toppled 5 teams en route to the 3rd round proper where they fell 4-1 to Premier League outfit Chelsea. Having been able to secure an away game at Stamford Bridge, the club profitted handsomely from the near 34,000 in attendance. The FA Trophy had even more success for the Duds, the club won the trophy in a card-filled encounter with a 4-1 victory at Wembley over National League side FC Halifax. With Dudley celebrating their 2nd double in 4 years, Petersen certainly has the club running on high.




    On the individual side of things, it was more of the same for Dudley. Harry Pratt once again led the charts in goals scoring 37 goals in the league and 52 in all competitions. His partner for the most the year Andre Wright scored 19 goals in the league and 27 in all competitions. Super-sub and occasional fill-in Jack McKay was third with 13 goals in the league and 24 in all competitions. Dudley-born and raised right winger James Hardy led everyone in assists, with 17 in the league and 30 overall for the year. In more exciting news for Hardy he is set to appear with the England U20's in the U20 World Cup! Rhys Paul was back on top of the charts with appearances with 53 in total, missing just two games in the league due to Petersen resting him. Paul also had much to celebrate as he made his first ever International appearance with Trinidad and Tobago. Left Winger Brandon Barzey was second making 52 appearances overall, and 39 in the league. Adam Bruce was the keeper for most of the year, replacing last year's starter Adam Harrison after a poor pre-season showing. Bruce oversaw 51 games in goal in total with 38 of those coming in the league and claiming 19 clean sheets, with 14 of them in the league.


    Securing two trophies for the club wasn't enough for the Duds though, Harry Pratt took home a slew of hardware including National League North Player of the Year, National League Golden Boot, FA Trophy Player of the Competition, FA Trophy Golden Boot, and Dudley Fan's Player of the Year. Petersen also added a National League North Manager of the Year award to his cabinet as well.


    The consistent improvement of Harry Pratt:


    The Dudley Town Best XI of 2020/21


    Financially the club has never been better. The club has gone from yo-yoing between the red and the green, to solidly green after the revenue from the Chelsea game came through. Additionally attendance at the The Grove saw an improvement going up to 570 a game. With the additional revenue, the club have started building a new youth and training facility for the club, as well as add an additional 850 seats to The Grove. Onwards and upwards for Dudley Town it would seem!



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    Season Preview 2021/22


    What a run of form these Dudley men have been on! 5 Promotions, 5 first-place finishes, 2 Cup wins, and some pretty big upsets all in the short 5 year tenure of Lee Sheridan and Michael Petersen. The Dudley Town supporters get to watch their team play in the National League now, just years after watching them in the 10th level of English Football. On the cusp of the Football League now, and possibly even being a Professional team has the supporters and players salivating. Due to all of Dudley's success they're tipped to finish in the top half once again and make a bid for an unprecedented 6th promotion in 6 years. Expectations are also high due to other successes now as well, the team is tipped to make the proper rounds of the FA Cup, and make a decent run in the FA Trophy as well.




    In terms of team changes, there weren't many announcements for fans of the Robins. Former player Remmell Fitton came back to the club after a 3-year stint at Boston United. 21-year old Canadian striker Liam Miller joined from Liverpool's youth ranks, Macedonian defender Goran Terziev joined from Doncaster Rovers for a club record $10,750. On the way out, Lewis Baldwin whom made 90 appearances over 3 years with the Robins left on a free transfer after the club didn't renew his contract. 3 year veteran Prince M'vumbi also left, after making 43 appearances, Prince had fallen out of favor last year, and spent the second half of the year at Leighton on loan. A new year with new adventures await these high flying Duds and we'll see just how far they can reach this year with Professional football within their grasps.

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    Really enjoying this thread and seeing the rise of Dudley. What they've achieved won't be going unnoticed and surely it isn't long until some players start to get snapped up?




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    That 8 gap seems more a product of those last three draws of your last five games than that of the entire season.

    Huge for James Hardy making the U20s. I doubt he ever goes far enough for the national team but still a definite indication that you're making the slow progress to the big leagues.

    Harry Pratt is a gem and I hope this is the year he finally eclipses his goals to appearance stat because he's running out of time the higher up the ladder you get.

    You've got a Canadian onboard let's see him grab 50 goals.

    Here's to that 6th straight promotion and facing Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup 3rd round again.

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    This is really good Mike. In fact it is so good I'm considering doing something similar myself although I'd probably take a lot longer to get through the seasons than you haha!
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    Mid-Season Review 2021/22


    What a different season it's been for Dudley, high expectations came crashing down quickly as the season started, losing to Grimsby, losing to AFC Wimbledon, a 0-0 draw with Dagenham and Redbridge, and an embarassing 5-3 loss at Gateshead. The team went crashing out in the 4th Qualifying Round to Mansfield in a 4-2 loss. Petersen then changed his trusty 3-5-2 to a more conventional 4-4-2. After the switch, some players became unhappy, and Petersen lost a bit of control of the lockerroom. Midfielder Jack Roles demanded that the club accept any bid from Anorthosi. Benched striker Andre Wright attempted to call out Petersen's woeful tactics but they were quickly shot down by club captain Rhys Paul, and club legend Harry Pratt. After a team meeting things were sorted out, and the club were able to fire back into the promotion race before turning the calendar to a new year. In the face of undeniable turmoil, and a possible mutiny, the club signed former Premier League defender Micah Richards to fill in some blanks at right back and back up centre back.


    National League Standings as of 1 January 2022


    The aged Micah Richards for Dudley Town:


    A bit more turmoil befell the club as well, as it seems as though the fans have gotten restless and approached chairman Lee Sheridan about a Fan's Trust takeover of the club. We'll see what lies in store for the club in what has undoubtedly been a crazy 6 months.






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    Dudley Returns to the Fans



    In a move rumored for months, finally on 13 February 2022 Dudley Town was purchased by the Dudley supporters from Lee Sheridan. Rob Bird, the lead investor in the takeover was quick to thank Lee Sheridan for his continued commitment to the club, and the pleasant way that the takeover bid was handled. Bird was also quick to appoint Bryan Hackett as a director of the club, and informed the Press that Mr. Hackett would be taking care of most of the day-to-day needs of the club. Now in the hands of the supporters, Dudley can't wait to see what's coming in the future for them!

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    No chances of you getting fired?

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    2021/22 Season Review


    What started out a a fumbled campaign ended much the way you'd expect it to when it comes to Petersen and Dudley Town. After the turn of the year, they didn't win 7 games in the league. Compiling a new year record of 14-4-3 to secure a playoff spot for promotion. Facing down Mansfield Town a team they hadn't beaten in their three previous tries, Dudley managed to secure 2-1 victories in both legs to send the Stags packing, and keep them in the National League. Up next, in the Playoff Final for promotion the team faced Grimsby Town, the club who started the bad year off for the Robins. Petersen admitted it had been a long year for the club, with turmoil at almost every corner, but a promotion should bring the club stability and the Professional Status that the players and staff craved. No fan could have imagined what actually lay instore for these Duds though
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    What a year it ended up being for Dudley Town, on their way to Professional Status, and Sky Bet League Two! An absolute demoliton of Grimsby Town that has left them reeling. Dave Cowan, Dudley born and bred put Grimsby on the sword, and shoved it all the way through.





    Going for a second straight FA Trophy was never going to be easy, everyone knows to win cups it takes the perfect storm of opponents, good luck, form and lack of scheduling conflicts. Well Dudley managed to make it happen again, but so did last year's finalist, Halifax. The always exciting Cup Final rematch set to take place at Wembley. Last year, the Robins took out the Shaymen 4-1, and this year, it proved to not be that different as they once againt trounced Halifax 4-0 to take home their second, and hopefully last FA Trophy.



    Leading the line once again, Club Legend Harry Pratt sent home 52 goals in total this year including 42 of those in the league. For the second time in his career, he also appeared in every single league game for the Robins. New boy Liam Miller was second in goalscoring, netting 24 total, and 18 in the league. Super Sub Jack McKay netted 18 total goals, with 17 of those coming in the league. Pratt managed to also be the best facilitator on the team, notching up 19 assists in the league and 23 total. Partner-in-crime Liam Miller was second with 17 in the league, and 21 total. Even after a row with Michael Petersen, James Hardy managed to make 57 total appearances as well as all 49 league games. Harry Pratt made 57 appearances as well, though two of them came from the bench, after his short-lived spat with Petersen as well. Club appearances leader Rhys Paul made 53 total, and 44 in the league, bringing his total commitment to Dudley to 247 league appearances. Adam Bruce was the club's main goalkeeper again performing very poorly, he's already been told his contract won't be renewed after conceding an astronomical 77 goals and only keeping 5 clean sheets all year.


    Best XI for 2021/22


    In terms of personal accolades, Dudley did well on that front again, with Harry Pratt taking home his usual trophy haul, being named National League Player of the Year, National League Golden Boot Winner, FA Trophy Golden Boot Winner, and Fan's Player of the Year. Michael Petersen took home another Manager of the Year award, as well as a trophy from the fans commemorating his 5 strong years with the club.


    Fan's Player of the Year Harry Pratt


    The club now moving to the Football League, needed to figure out a new home, and moved locally to Walsall. The Bescot Stadium will be the club's home until construction is completed on a brand new 5,000-seat stadium in completed in Dudley for the club to move into in 2023. Dudley Town Stadium is the fan's first big investment into the club, and we'll see if it pays off in the next year!
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    First year you haven't won the title but at the very least you got promotion, new stadium, tons of trophies, and that FA cup win. How long do you think Harry Pratt will remain with the team before he isn't good enough? Clearly he probably has enough energy to kill it at the next stage. Still only has 219 goals in 228 appearances. He needs to make up for his time in Cheltenham. After AFC Wimbledon, top of the table was real tight. Clearly the game glitched and Wimbledon still has Akinfenwa, no other way they dominate that hard.

    Natural expectation might mean that it takes you a year to settle in League Two but maybe if you can sort out your keeper and defense, you might be able to secure another promotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Legend View Post
    First year you haven't won the title but at the very least you got promotion, new stadium, tons of trophies, and that FA cup win. How long do you think Harry Pratt will remain with the team before he isn't good enough? Clearly he probably has enough energy to kill it at the next stage. Still only has 219 goals in 228 appearances. He needs to make up for his time in Cheltenham. After AFC Wimbledon, top of the table was real tight. Clearly the game glitched and Wimbledon still has Akinfenwa, no other way they dominate that hard.

    Natural expectation might mean that it takes you a year to settle in League Two but maybe if you can sort out your keeper and defense, you might be able to secure another promotion.
    The promotion was very unexpected, honestly, we didn't play well until the very last part of the season where we found consistent form, and it showed in the final games. FA Trophy win was pretty easy, we only faced two National League teams. Harry Pratt will continue playing until he stops performing. He keeps getting better though. I've signed a new striker on loan from Coventry this year who might replace him. They still had Dominic Poleon, but no Akinfenwa, sadly.

    I forgot to do a season preview for this year so the Preview tab is already skewed, the only major change was a complete overhaul of the staff as we went professional, which can be seen below:


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