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Hednesford Town FC

Gary Hayward named as Buxton boss within hours of leaving Hednesford Town

Gary Hayward was unveiled as the new manager of BetVictor Northern Premier League Buxton on Monday within hours of standing down at..

3rd December 2019 with 0 Comments

Gary Hayward appointed as Hednesford Town first team manager

Hayward, 52, was assistant to Nicky Eaden before his unexpected departure last month

1st May 2019 with 0 Comments

Consortium to take forward Hednesford Town

Hednesford held talks with OWNAFC last week, an online app designed to control a football by a group of people each paying £49

7th March 2019 with 0 Comments

Football is not just a plaything – Online app OWNAFC raises questions

A group of people each paying £49 to own a Non-League football club and make every decision? For now, you’ll have to file the majority..

6th March 2019 with 0 Comments

Nicky Eaden back in management with Hednesford

The former Premier League full-back left Nuneaton Borough in November.

27th December 2018 with 0 Comments

Halesowen Town appoint Hednesford Town manager Rob Smith

John Hill and his assistant Matt Clarke left the Yeltz last week after six years in charge.

28th November 2018 with 0 Comments

Evo-Stik Premier preview: Can Workington grab first win on the road?

Dave Hewson's men are one of only two teams in the division not to have an away win this season.

26th September 2017 with 0 Comments

Hednesford sign Gloucester pair King and Mbunga on loan

The Pitmen bring in a pair of young players in attacker Mbunga and midfielder King.

26th September 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

Cadbury dabble gave new England C star George Carline the sweet taste of success

WHEN George Carline didn’t get picked for Birmingham University’s football teams, he decided to look elsewhere on his doorstep. 

15th June 2017 with 0 Comments

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