WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
DIVISION THREE RUNNERS-UP
By Neil Fissler
CAMBRIDGE UNITED went from languishing in the Fourth Division to within 90 minutes of the Premier League under John Beck with a direct but successful style of play.
But when Roy McFarland took over from Tommy Taylor, he set about sweeping the winds of change through the Abbey Stadium.
Out went the long-ball game and in came a passing game with young, hungry players who other clubs had thrown away added with a sprinkling of experience.
Right-back Ben Chenery was one of those players, dropping down two ...
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