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Scarborough celebrate new ground and legacy left by late chairman Dave Holland

THOUSANDS turned up, many more would have come if there was the space and a party was held in Scarborough the like not seen since Chelsea..

26th July 2017 with 0 Comments

Gladiators finally get their man as former Football League striker signs up

MATLOCK TOWN joint- bosses Glenn Kirkwood and Craig Hopkins finally got their man in Shaun Harrad this week – ending a three-year battle..

25th July 2017 with 0 Comments

Paul Carden sees exciting times ahead for Warrington Town but reckons Alty will be the team to beat

PAUL CARDEN believes Altrincham will be the team to watch out for next season in the Evo-Stik Premier – but says he wouldn’t be at..

13th July 2017 with 0 Comments

Former Premier League ace Clinton Morrison has plenty left to offer Mickleover Sports

CLINTON MORRISON is taking his first steps into management – but still hasn’t got it in him to hang up his boots!

12th July 2017 with 0 Comments

Stalybridge Celtic boss Steve Burr: I’ll put smiles back on faces

IF there’s one man who can turn fortunes around at Stalybridge Celtic, then it has to be Steve Burr.

7th July 2017 with 1 Comment

Hopson’s exit is a blow but Whitby Town boss Chris Hardy is still aiming high

WHITBY TOWN’S Chris Hardy won’t let the club’s excessive travelling be used as an excuse – and the ambitious boss expects his side..

6th July 2017 with 0 Comments

Ambitious Shaw Lane agree deal to play their games at Athersley Recreation

SHAW LANE will kick off their debut Evo-Stik Premier campaign playing at Athersley Recreation after agreeing a groundshare with the Step 5..

4th July 2017 with 0 Comments

Altrincham legend Stuart Coburn optimistic the Robins will be rocking again

ALTRINCHAM legend Stuart Coburn is optimistic the club will turn their fortunes around in the coming season – but admits it won’t be..

30th June 2017 with 0 Comments

New boss Neil Tooth confident of adding some bite to Hednesford Town

NEIL TOOTH believes his Sutton Coldfield sacking made him a better manager as he continues to draw up Hednesford Town’s promotion charge.

29th June 2017 with 0 Comments

Now it’s double delight! Two to go up automatically from Step 4

STEP 4 clubs will be battling it out for two automatic promotion spots next season as part of the Football Association’s restructure of..

26th June 2017 with 0 Comments