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There’s plenty of non-league football action in the Staffordshire area this weekend as we preview…
After snowfall last weekend meant that not a single non-league club in Staffordshire saw their match go ahead, an upturn in the forecast should bring better conditions this weekend.
Nantwich Town’s play-off hopes are all but over after a 2-0 defeat at home to Matlock this past Tuesday left them 11 points outside of the top 5. The Dabbers have also played a game more than 5th placed Ashton United. They travel to Buxton tomorrow, and face a gruelling schedule of seven matches in the months of both March and April.
From the chilly streets of Stoke-on-Trent to the searing heat of the Caribbean, Leek Town goalkeeper Ben Chapman is eyeing potential future World Cup glory with the small Caribbean country, the British Virgin Islands.
Across the Atlantic lies a national team football team with, bizarrely, a rather unique Staffordshire theme running through their squad.
England under-16s manager Dan Micciche believes they would be “silly” not to use what he believes is a “fantastic club” in Leek Town again.
The young Three Lions played in front of a crowd for the first time at Leek’s home stadium, which also hosted England under-17s last March, as they took on Spain on Friday night.
Leek Town assistant manager Paul Donnelly hopes England will return to Harrison Park a third time after the success of England under-16s’ “fantastic” clash with Spain.
Having hosted England’s under-17s last March, the eighth-tier club were the venue for the U16s on Friday night for the young Three Lions’ UEFA Development Tournament tie.
Leek Town manager Ant Danylyk was pleased his side came away with a victory in difficult conditions on Saturday against Carlton Town.
England Under 16s will take on Spain tonight at Leek Town’s Harrison Park as part of their UEFA Development Tournament.
Under-16 internationals are usually played behind closed doors but the Young Lions will enjoy a small crowd as a preparation for next year’s UEFA European U17 Championship.
Leek Town manager Ant Danylynk was left frustrated as their fixture with Spalding United was postponed.
The pitch at Harrison Park failed to recover from the damaged caused at last week’s Integro League Cup tie against Glossop North End.
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