Author: TheodoreGardner

Stockport County Ladies smash previous attendance record in derby win

Stockport County’s ladies’ side have more than doubled their previous attendance record, as 737 fans turned out to support for their 3-0 triumph over local rivals FC United.

Their previous record stood at 310, against Leeds United in 2002.

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Curzon Ashton hit new heights under player-manager Craig Mahon

Curzon Ashton have entered a purple patch under the management of Craig Mahon this season – eyeing up promotion to step 5 football, for the first time in their history.

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Oldham Athletic fans call for ‘incredible’ Chairman to be knighted

Oldham fans are calling for their Chairman, Frank Rothwell, to be honoured after completing his second transatlantic row in three years to raise money for Alzheimer’s research.

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Man United, Adidas and Stone Roses Collab: ”The Stone Roses are Man United encapsulated”

This week Gary Neville explained why he picked the Stone Roses’ iconic 80’s anthem ‘This Is The One’ as The Reds walk-out song at Old Trafford when he became club captain in 2005. The song, he says, reflects the “true authentic spirit of the city of Manchester”.

Almost 20 years later, Manchester United, Adidas and The Stone Roses have come together to create a new line of casual and training wear based on the band’s first album cover and designed by their guitarist and diehard United fan John Squire.

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Man United fans slam ‘stupid’ decision to hike up season ticket prices for second year running

‘’The (United) board are the ones who’ve made stupid decisions, they’re the ones who’ve put players on stupidly high wages. They’re trying to right their mistakes by wronging the fans.’’ This is the reaction of 21-year-old, lifelong Manchester United fan, Dean Zulu, after the club’s decision to raise season ticket prices by 5 percent for […]

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Is the North of England becoming a hockey wilderness?

When it comes to northern representation in English hockey’s top flight, Beeston and Nottingham University stand alone.   

There is a glaring talent concentration in the south of the country. And there are fears it could get worse.

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