From the publisher:
For Luton fan Kevin Crowe, watching his football club seemingly disappear before his eyes was profoundly desperate. Having finally been rescued from the white, white teeth of modern football’s asset stripping, soul selling pseudo spivs and being unceremoniously relegated from League football for their trouble, Luton Town Football Club was still going. Kevin was still going. Going more than ever. Thousands were. The renaissance of Luton coincided with the acceleration of the football business away from matchday culture, just as England was becoming the key battleground in the Culture Wars. The EDL. Brexit. The town was presented as a cartoon strip of UK decay. On leftmidfield.blogspot.com and in the Luton Town matchday programme, for a decade, Kevin Crowe wrote about how it felt.