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 The Mariners would finish 14th, with a total of 62 points.  Slade was sacked on 11 February 2018 after the team failed to win in 12 league games, with eight losses; he left the team 17th in League Two.  Paul Wilkinson took over as caretaker manager following the sacking. Michael Jolley was appointed as the new manager on 2 March 2018 and twice secured Grimsby's Football League status as well as securing cup runs that culminated in an FA Cup tie away at Crystal Palace and a League Cup tie at Chelsea. Jolley left the club by mutual agreement and was replaced on a temporary basis by assistant manager Anthony Limbrick.
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On 23 March 2011, former Boston United managerial duo of Rob Scott and Paul Hurst were announced as the new joint managers.  They finished the 2010–11 season in 11th on 62 points.  On 19 September 2011, John Fenty resigned as chairman of Grimsby Town with immediate effect, a position he had held for 7 years.  Following an 11th place finish in 2012, the Mariners enjoyed a positive cup run in the 2012–13 season FA Trophy and reached the final at Wembley Stadium where they played Wrexham on 24 March 2013. Grimsby went ahead in the second half with 20 minutes left to go, through an Andy Cook strike.
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Archived from the original on 5 May 2021. Retrieved 5 May 2021. ^ "Club Ownership". Companies House. Archived from the original on 29 January 2022. Retrieved 29 January 2022. ^ a b c Hales, Andrew (1998). Memories of Grimsby. Halifax: True North Books. pp. 24–25. ISBN 1-900463-97-0. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Grimsby Town". Historical Football Kits. Archived from the original on 8 June 2016. Retrieved 3 June 2016. ^ "Football League 1892–1893". Football Club History Database. Archived from the original on 24 June 2016.
 Actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen who is most widely known for creating and portraying the characters Ali G and Borat was spotted at Grimsby Town's home game against Cambridge United during the 2013–14 season. He watched The Mariners 1–0 defeat before talking to fans in the Blundell Hotel dressed in a Grimsby shirt and hat.  Cohen had been in the town to think of ideas for a new film and had also visited the town's fish docks. In December 2013 it was announced that Cohen would be appearing in a new film called Grimsby.  Notable Mariners fans include Soccer AM presenter and comedian Lloyd Griffith, American actor and television presenter Adam Richman. Despite not being from Grimsby or England, the Man v.
Food presenter said he is a supporter of the club, and was involved in a BBC Radio 5 Live phone-in before the 2013 FA Trophy final between Grimsby and Wrexham.  In 2015 Richman contributed to a fan fundraiser "Operation Promotion" and in June 2020 became a club shareholder.  Grimsby-born actor Thomas Turgoose, who starred as the lead role character Shaun Fields in the drama film This Is England and the TV follow-up's This Is England '86, This Is England '88 and This Is England '90, is a season ticket holder.
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The closest football club to Grimsby are Scunthorpe United, The Iron are mainly regarded as Town's biggest rival although historically Scunthorpe have played most of their football in divisions below The Mariners. In the mid 2000s Grimsby's fall from the second tier to the fourth was followed closely with Scunthorpe earning several promotions, with the 2004–05 season being the only campaign both sides met in the same division before being reunited once more in 2019. Games involving any of the former Humberside clubs are known as the Humber derby.
John McDermott Player, 1987–2007 (647 games, 10 goals) Club's all-time leading appearance holder with 755 games in all competitions. Lawrie McMenemy Manager 1971–1973 Was the manager of Southampton when they won the FA Cup in 1976. Clive Mendonca Player, 1991–1997 (187 games, 64 goals) Winner of Grimsby's BBC cult heroes poll in 2004.  Scored a hat-trick in Charlton Athletic's 1998 play-off final win.
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