< 2004/05 >

Coca Cola League 2 (Forth Tier)


Kit Manufacturer:

TFG

Sponsor:

Buildbase



League Position:

15th

FA Cup:

First Round

League Cup:

Second Round



Chairman:

Firoz Kassam

Managers:

Graham Rix, Darren Patterson (caretaker), Ramón Díaz.

Top Scorer:

Tommy Mooney (15)

Notable Players:

Jon Ashton, Steve Basham, Lee Bradbury, David Mackay, Tommy Mooney, Barry Quinn, Leo Roget, Dean Whitehead.


Primary Colours and Away Variation

The club went through a period of instability following a poor run of form and the sacking of manager Graham Rix. Eventually Argentinean Ramón Díaz took over, with a team of backroom staff who could barely speak English. The team began to look quite international with Diaz signing players from Argentina, Uruguay and France.

The 2004-05 season saw no change to the home kit design. There was now matching yellow shorts, but the new yellow socks did not match the colour of the shirts and shorts too well.

Coca-Cola became the new league sponsors, so the match shirts now sported new sleeve patches. With the introduction of the ‘Championship’, this particular division was renamed Coca Cola League 2.




Change Colours and Variations

The new black change kit was very similar (but not identical) in design to the navy change kit used previously.

Black had become a popular choice of change kit for many teams as the ban on black was relaxed, with match officials now permitted to wear other colours.




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Long sleeved shirt.


Long sleeved shirt.


Boston

Away

Mansfield

Home

Scunthorpe

Home

L Orient

Away

Reading

Home

Shrewsbury

Home

Notts C

Away

Wycombe

Away

Rushden

Home

Yeovil

Away

Bury

Home

Exeter

Home

Bristol R

Away

Darlington

Home

Lincoln

Home

Northampton

Away

Macclesfield

Away

Cheltenham

Home

Southend

Away

Rochdale

Away

Rochdale

Home

Chester

Away

Swansea

Home

Cambridge Home

Grimsby

Away

Rushden Away

Kidderminster

Home

Wycombe

Home

Bury

Away

Darlington

Away

Yeovil

Home

Kidderminster

Away

Bristol R

Home

Lincoln

Away

Northampton

Home

Cheltenham

Away

Cambridge

Away

Grimsby

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Mansfield

Away

Boston

Home

Scunthorpe

Away

L Orient

Home

Shrewsbury

Away

Macclesfield

Home

Notts C

Home

Swansea Away

Southend

Home

Rochdale

Away

Chester

Home









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The start of the season saw the goalkeepers wearing an older style shirt, until the new 2004 jerseys became available.

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