CAMBRIDGE United are a club with plenty to ponder, both on and off the pitch, heading into tomorrow's League Two showdown against Colchester United.

On it, the side are struggling and yet to win a game in 2020.

Their last victory was on December 29, against Morecambe, but since then they have lost five of their last six - including a bruising 4-0 defeat at home to Salford on Tuesday night.

It was a second consecutive 4-0 home defeat, having previously lost by the same eye-watering margin against Stevenage.

The bigger picture is even grimmer.

Cambridge have only won one of their last ten matches, losing seven, and two in the last 17 (league and cup).

It's been a dire run and, consequently, there was a major development this week when the club decided to part company with manager Colin Calderwood.

The former Nottingham Forest boss was appointed in December 2018 and kept them in the Football League.

He then signed a new deal until 2022 in September, with the club in the top half of League Two as recently as mid-December.

Amid a bright start to the campaign, they won 2-1 at the JobServe Community Stadium on August 17.

However, things have unravelled since then and assistant head coach Mark Bonner has now been placed in temporary charge.

Former Colchester striker Jabo Ibehre is currently on the books at Cambridge.

The experienced front man is a former U's player-of-the-year, after making a big impact in his first season with the club - 2012/13 - and finishing as joint top-scorer with Freddie Sears.