Oxford have come out the blocks impressively

With three wins from three games, Oxford are the slight surprise team sat at the top of the table in the early stages of the season. An unexpected win on the opening day against Portsmouth has been followed up with solid wins against Bury and Torquay; they have a solid base on which to build their season.

I wouldn’t get too excited yet, there are plenty of games in a season, but with many tipping Portsmouth to walk away with the title it’s refreshing to see a side out of left-field start out the strongest. The south coast side will be up there though, as

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will sides like Fleetwood and Chesterfield, so Oxford will need to keep it up if they are going to achieve promotion this season.

 

Rene Howe is a good signing for Burton Albion

I was impressed when I heard the deal but it may have flew under a few people’s radar, Howe is a tidy signing for League 2 promotion-chasing Burton Albion. He may have only scored once so far for his new side but Burton will only benefit with Howe leading the line this season.

Burton are a side that seem to create plenty of opportunities and Rene Howe is a goal-poacher who knows how to find the net at this level, much like Jamie Cureton at Cheltenham. It’s certainly a positive move from the Derbyshire side, who managed a surprise play-off place last season, but will want to be in League One come next season.

 

This is Devon

This is Devon

Newport County continue to be on cloud nine

What a start the Welsh side made, with comfortable wins against Accrington Stanley and Brighton in the League Cup, but they were brought back to earth last week when they lost 3-1 away to Northampton. However, they bounced back this week by beating Bristol

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Rovers 1-0 to sit comfortably on six points from three games.

It’s a delightful start for Justin Edinburgh’s men who have gotten off to the ideal start after 25 years away from the football league. What has impressed me the most is their recovery from their first loss, the atmosphere around the place is buzzing and they will be confident of avoiding a relegation fight this season.

 

Wales Online

Wales Online

 

Feel sorry for anyone who paid to see York vs Hartlepool

Why you ask? Well I’ll explain in one simple stat. Neither goalkeeper had to make a save for the entire match, that is pretty appalling. Neither of these sides have started particularly well and a cagey affair may have been expected, but people paid money to watch this game which is pretty depressing.

I love league football, but these two sides should really look at themselves if they think that was entertainment for their fans and it looks bad on the league. Hartlepool have really struggled so far and York were poor last season, it could be a long season for both sets of fans on this display.

 


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