Cod Almighty | Features
By Roy Backrath, 25 January 2023
Where has he been? Well, Meek's been sitting in the Main Stand, contemplating. And now he walks from place to place, meeting people, getting into adventures.
By Tony Butcher, 20 December 2022
We end our 20th-year celebrations with a trip into the life and times of Tony Butcher, the man of a million words, and a man of constant sorrow at the continual failure to punish foul throws.
By Rob McIlveen, 6 December 2022
He's seen things you people will not believe. Come stroll through six decades of Park life with Rob McIlveen, one of the pipers at the gates at the dawn of SWWF
By Steve Meek, 29 November 2022
Tales of the old days from Bernard Mooney, an ancient Mariner who's one of our own.
By Ron Counte, 22 November 2022
Ron Counte recounts bothering George Moulson and stalking Siriki in Sainsbury's. He may have been drinking, obviously
By Tony Butcher, 16 November 2022
Mingling with the stars at The FSA Awards. We didn't ask to be nominated but wouldn't turn down a swanky night in old London town for our match reporter.
By Tom Sargent, 8 November 2022
They say pylonmaniac Tom Sargent's a man of the world. In just one click he'll tell you about his about his life. Will it keep you amused?
By Dan Humphrey, 25 October 2022
Next time you're out in town beware of Dapper Dan Humphrey, a man behind Operation Promotion and probably behind you in the frozen fish aisle. This is his life.
By Alex Ramsden, 18 October 2022
When his grandad took him to his first game he fell asleep. But now Town are an important part of Alex Ramsden's identity
By Phil Ball, 11 October 2022
The morning fog may chill the air but Phil Ball don't care. The man of La Concha left his heart in Blundell Park and life's always in black and white
By Cod Almighty, 27 September 2022
Exclusive! Dame Kristine Green (SLO, BEM, cha-cha-cha), our very own special K, reveals the shocking secret of how she was the only dry Town fan in Bromley.
By Steve Meek, 13 September 2022
Once the gangster rapper of Love Lane Corner and now the Tetney Tupac he's the ace face of CA. Come dive down to the very bottom of the barrel with Steve Meek
By Rob McIlveen, 7 September 2022
In 1937 Pat Glover scored five times against the League champions. Rob McIlveen describes his quest to return the match ball to Blundell Park
By Ron Counte, 1 September 2022
Essential history for younger fans, a wonderful evocation for those who were there. Ron Counte enjoys reliving Town's 1971-72 championship campaign
By Cod Almighty, 30 August 2022
It's plain to see that 21st Century boy Charlie Cross was always meant for Grimsby. Come dip a toe into the world of the Harry Clifton of Diarists.
By Ron Counte, 22 August 2022
It's not just an attractive cup tie. For Ron Counte a meeting with Nottingham Forest is a spiritual experience
By Bill Brewster, 16 August 2022
He's the DJ in our DNA, he's the codfather of Town fanzines. Busy Bill Brewster's the boy on the Balearic beat but forever black and white when Saturday comes.
By Ron Counte, 10 August 2022
Our trade in players with Scunthorpe United says a lot about the clubs' changes in status over the years. Ron Counte examines the trends
By Pat Bell, 2 August 2022
When the FA banned women's football in 1921, Grimsby led efforts to keep it alive. Pat Bell uncovers some forgotten games
By Jason Stockwood, 29 July 2022
After all the things he's done for us and everything he's said we just can't get enough of Jason Stockwood, a local lad doing good.
By Ron Counte, 28 July 2022
There are uncanny similarities between the 2016 and 2022 play-off finals. The difference is that this time we won't squander our success, writes Ron Counte
By Ron Counte, 24 July 2022
Kick-started by one amazing comeback, it ended with a three peaks challenge. Ron Counte recalls the test of character that was our return to the Football League
By Miles Moss, 19 July 2022
You only knew him for a while, but we know he will have made you smile. He used to be a joker, so let your hands come together for mystic Miles Moss
By Paul Thundercliffe, 7 July 2022
We all must have a code that we can live by. It's a family thing for former muser, and Sir Alan of Buckley's biographer, Mr Paul Thundercliffe.
Worried there's no space for you anymore at Blundell Park? The club have got it covered, report Pete Anderson and Mark Stilton