Stafford Rangers co-manager Alex Meechan has called on his team’s match winners to help the…
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This weekend sees local sides Stafford Rangers, Tamworth FC, Nantwich Town and Hednesford Town all…
Kidsgrove Athletic manager Ryan Austin has started preparing for next season and believes he will have to strengthen their squad, ahead of the start of next season in order to be more competitive.
Ryan Austin’s men suffered a 4-2 defeat away at Alvechurch in midweek. Despite losing Austin still feels confident that his team can get something out of Saturday’s game against Belper Town.
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.
Nantwich Town manager Dave Cooke wants football to remain on grass, despite a string of postponements that have wreaked havoc on the non-league programme in recent months.
“You can never control the weather”, said Cooke.
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.
Alsager Town defender Warren Holmes suffered the injury that all footballers fear back in November, a torn anterior cruciate ligament. His long road to recovery is only just beginning, after a recent scan confirmed that more damage has been done to his knee that was first thought.
Nantwich Town manager Dave Cooke says that the chance to extend their winning run against Witton Albion will be the incentive for his side, as they travel to Wincham Park this weekend.
The Dabbers have began to climb the table in recent weeks following their FA Cup exit, and have won their last four matches in all competitions.
It’s another busy weekend of non-league action for clubs across Staffordshire.
Hanley Town will want to continue their fantastic season at the top of the North West Counties Premier Division. They are currently two points outside the automatic promotion places, but have two games in hand over 2nd placed Runcorn Linnets and are only three points behind leaders Runcorn Town. They travel to inform Widnes, knowing a win would go a long way in the push for higher level football at Abbey Lane next season.
Nantwich Town manager Dave Cooke praised his players despite their 5-0 FA Cup 1st round exit at Stevenage.
Cooke believes that the final result was a harsh reflection on the Dabbers’ performance.