Luton Town managed to reclaim a place in the Championship play-offs last night, beating Middlesbrough 3-1.
Josh Coburn tapped from close range to put the visitors ahead in the 15th minute in what was a rather uninspiring first half for the home side.
Sonny Bradley then nodded from a corner to restore parity, before goals from Elijah Adebayo and Harry Cornick sealed the three points.
Of course, Luton could be left out of the Championship’s top six with second tier matches tonight, with Blackpool, Blackburn Rovers, QPR and Stoke City all with a chance to get ahead of The Hatters.
Fans are hopeful that Luton will fight in and among the playoffs as the season progresses, and on the subject of Luton fans, we have described three famous supporters of the club.
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The former England Cricket test captain is actually a Luton supporter.
The 36-year-old, who has enjoyed tremendous success in his cricket career with England, was also awarded a knight for his achievements with the bat in his hands.
Cook has been pictured in the stands watching The Hatters on numerous occasions and will certainly appreciate what his club are doing now.
Another name and face who is a supporter of Luton is legendary presenter and newsreader Nick Owen.
The 74-year-old took his love for his club to a different level in 2008 when he became club president, after financial difficulties plagued the club until that time.
Owen left his post in 2017 and is still a strong supporter of the Hatters.
The presenter intervened at Luton during a period of desperation and was instrumental in helping the club regain a stable position.
Faye Carruthers always seemed to be her happiest when Sky Sports sent her to Kenilworth Road, and the reason is that she is a Luton supporter.
The sports broadcaster has had a busy summer with TalkSPORT, working as a behind-the-scenes reporter at the English camp during Euro 2020.
Carruthers love for Luton has certainly not been hidden over the years, and she even tweeted last night after their win over Middlesbrough.
– Faye Carruthers (@FayeCarruthers) November 2, 2021