Nigel Clough was disappointed not to come away with all three points after Burton Albion’s home draw against Nottingham Forest.
The Brewers manager felt his side did everything but score during the frustrating 0-0 draw at the Pirelli Stadium.
Nantwich Town manager Dave Cooke is expecting another tough clash away at Whitby tomorrow, as his side look to make it seven wins from their last eight games in all competitions.
The Dabbers currently sit 13th in the Evo-Stik Premier League and still maintain an outside chance of a promotion, with news this week that Shaw Lane’s stadium may not make the criteria for a promotion, meaning the team finishing 6th could earn a play-off place.
A Staffordshire FA youth coach revealed today how safeguarding policies around children in sport have changed.
Warren Holmes, 23, youth coach at Stoke City Girls, spoke out in light of Barry Bennell’s convictions of 43 counts of sexual offences against children.
Alsager-born freestyle skier Rowan Cheshire will have the eyes of the world on her as she takes to the slopes to compete in the Winter Olympics on Monday (19th February).
The 22-year-old will be battling for a medal in the halfpipe event four years after her Olympic dream was shattered, as concussion ruled her out of Sochi 2014.
Stoke City youngster Tyrese Campbell has been promoted to train with the first team after impressing Paul Lambert whilst playing for the under-23’s.
We interviewed 16-year-old George Sutton to find out how the rising star is progressing through the ranks
Port Vale midfielder Ben Whitfield is ready to give it his all for the team as they travel to Cheltenham tomorrow, in another important game in their fight for survival.
Whitfield was dropped from the starting 11 against Colchester two weeks ago and was subbed at half time in their 0-0 draw with Morecambe last weekend, but he said he’s ready to fight for the team if called upon.
Longton Rugby Club blindside flanker Mikey Allen has stressed the importance of this weekend’s match against Scunthorpe.
The team haven’t won since 13 January and are looking to end their three-match winless streak at home on Saturday.
Kidsgrove Athletic take on Leek Town this weekend, and manager Ryan Austin believes the local derby will be a ‘tough, competitive’ test for his side. The Grove welcome their rivals to the Novus Stadium on Saturday, and Austin expects both sides to bounce back from their last league games, in which both sides had disappointing results.