There’s plenty of non-league football action in the Staffordshire area this weekend as we preview…
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Tamworth boss Dale Belford says he is up for the challenge of the relegation battle of the Skrill Premier.
The Lambs have moved out of the bottom four following a 1-1 draw with basement club Hyde.
Tamworth Football Club make the trip to Grimsby on Saturday, February 1 in the FA Trophy with their eyes on the prize of a trip to Wembley.
An away win will put the Lambs just two games away from a final at the home of English football.
Tamworth manager Dale Belford said he was proud of his team’s efforts despite coming away from Wrexham with a 2-0 defeat.
Goals from Andy Bishop and Johnny Hunt saw the Welsh side see off Tamworth as the Lambs remain in the bottom four of the Skrill Premier League.
Despite a spirited performance, Tamworth went down 2-0 at Wrexham.
Goals from Andy Bishop and Johnny Hunt sealed the Lambs’ fate at a cold Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium. However, the 23 Tamworth fans did have something to cheer about when Cameron Belford saved from Andy Bishop’s penalty.
Staffordshire’s non league sides are facing a busy Christmas period with some crucial matches coming up – starting tomorrow (December 21).
In the Skrill Premier, Tamworth return to league action with a trip to Aldershot Town.
Tamworth FC have been drawn to play Chorley or Forest Green at home in the last 16 of the FA Trophy.
The Lambs boss Dale Belford will welcome the home tie as the club are just three games from Wembley.
A 23-year-old steward was taken to hospital after smoke grenades were set off during a Tamworth FC FA Cup game.
The woman suffered smoke inhalation and respiratory problems when two red smoke grenades were let off in the away end among Bristol City supporters.
Tamworth FC boss Dale Belford hopes their televised FA Cup game against Bristol City has put his side back on the football map.
ITV cameras were at The Lamb to focus on the Staffordshire Skrill Premier Division side defeat at home to Bristol City.
Tamworth FC’s reward for beating Cheltenham in the FA Cup first round is a plum tie with League One Bristol City.
Conference National team Tamworth are at home to a side two leagues above them in round two on December 7 or 8.