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Paul Carden: Telford won’t roll over

Paul Carden has promised AFC Telford United are not heading to high-flying Gateshead to roll over. The Bucks return to action for the first time since January 2 – when they earned a point with a 1-1 draw on the road at Chester – this evening with a long trip to the North East.
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Gateshead - AFC Telford United head to head game preview and prediction

AFC Telford United have conceded over 0.5 goals in their last 6 games. See below the last game results of Gateshead and determine their current form and scoring ability. See below the last game results of AFC Telford United and determine their current form and scoring ability. The table below...
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AFC Telford United Women's boss Chris Brown steps down

AFC Telford United Women boss Chris Brown has stepped down with immediate effect, the club have announced. Brown leaves with the Bucks sitting second in the West Midlands Division One North – level on points with league leaders Shifnal Town, albeit having played three more games. Telford have already...
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Paul Carden: Jordan Piggott a useful Telford addition

Paul Carden has backed ‘aggressive and versatile’ defender Jordan Piggott to prove a valuable addition at AFC Telford United. Piggott, 22, checked in on a month’s loan from National League Solihull Moors as Carden’s third Bucks signing, following Mace Goodridge and Andre Wright. He could make his debut at Gateshead on Tuesday.
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West Brom duo return from loan after game time struggle

AFC Telford United have sent goalkeeper Ted Cann and defender Saul Shotton back to West Brom after they failed to break into the team, according to the Shropshire Star. Shotton played just nine times for the Bucks, who changed managers during his stay at the New Bucks Head. Cann featured...
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Shrewsbury's Daniel Udoh has league goal target in sight

Shrewsbury striker Daniel Udoh has a League One goal target in his sights after his Anfield heroics. Udoh, 25, took his goal tally in all competitions for the season to 10 with his opener at Liverpool before the Reds mounted a comeback. The former Crewe striker, who heads back to...
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Telford duo Saul Shotton and Ted Cann return to West Brom

Defender Saul Shotton has departed loan club AFC Telford United to return to Albion. The 21-year-old Baggies prospect featured nine times on loan for the Bucks after being signed by interim boss Dennis Greene. But his initial loan period expired last Sunday and Paul Carden has decided not to renew...
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A familiar face is back at Market Drayton for ‘Great Escape’

Market Drayton Town begin their hunt for a Great Escape after ending a three-and-a-half-month search for a new boss by appointing former player Matt Johnson. Johnson, 38, was a fully committed and full-blooded member of Jimmy Mullen’s former Drayton side almost a decade ago, where he spent a couple of seasons as a versatile central midfielder.
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Northampton Town stadium charity run for late Cobblers captain

A group of runners will run 10 kilometres around the edge of the Sixfields pitch on Saturday morning to raise money in the memory of Northampton Town FC captain Lee Collins. Collins tragically died on March 31, 2021 after taking his own life. The centre-back had made over 400 appearances across the English Football League - including 75 for the Cobblers.
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Kevin Wilkin and Paul Cox react to Boston United speculation

Kevin Wilkin and Paul Cox have batted away speculation linking them to the vacant managerial position at Boston United. Brackley Town manager Wilkin’s name, in particular, has been linked heavily with the job at the Pilgrims following the recent departure of Craig Elliott. Kettering Town boss Cox had been...
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AFC Telford United capture defender Jordan Piggott on short term loan

AFC Telford United have bolstered their defence with the short-term loan signing of Jordan Piggott from Solihull Moors. The 22-year-old centre-half joins the Bucks from the National League outfit for a month – with the option to extend beyond that. The youngster began his career at West Bromwich Albion...
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RUNNING IN MEMORY OF LEE COLLINS AT SIXFIELDS ON SATURDAY

A group of runners will have run 10K around the edge of the Sixfields pitch on Saturday morning, before the game with Forest Green Rovers, in memory of Lee Collins. Last year sadly, we lost a friend, father, brother, son, teammate, captain, and all-round legend. In memory of Lee, some of his family and friends wanted to do something special, involving the whole football community and specifically the clubs that Lee spent all his footballing life.
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Dave Edwards: Udoh shows he could be next to make big step up

Shrewsbury’s trip to Liverpool was always going to be a fantastic occasion. And I was delighted to see Steve Cotterill’s side give it a real good go at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp named a really strong side – which surprised me a little bit. And before kick-off, it looked a daunting task.
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Chester FC reacts to being warned about breaking COVID rules in Wales saying: ‘We’re an English football club in an English city’

Chester Football Club say it’s “ridiculous” that it has been told it may be in breach of Welsh coronavirus regulations by allowing fans in to watch home matches. Since Boxing Day sporting events in Wales have had to be played behind closed doors as part of a range of measures in response to rising cases of the Omicron variant.
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Non-League football club Chester could go bankrupt after being told they breached Welsh Covid rules by hosting crowds of 2,000 because their stadium's pitch is in Wales but the car park and ticket office is in England

Non-league football club Chester face going out of business after they were told they may have breached Welsh coronavirus rules by playing in front of crowds. The sixth-tier club's Swansway Chester Stadium straddles the English-Welsh border with the front gates, car park, ticket office and main office door in England but the pitch in Wales.
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