#Forest Green Rovers

Tottenham vs Chelsea highlights a big problem the Premier League have been too slow to fix

An expanding calendar means the world’s best players are clocking more air miles than ever. Teams are routinely travelling to domestic away games by private jet to minimise time spent on coaches as they seek the most marginal of performance gains. Money-spinning pre-season tours have increased carbon footprint as much as bank balances, and that is before considering the amount of steel and concrete required to build new stadiums or fertiliser and water for pitch maintenance.
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Match Preview | Crawley Town

Colchester United will host Crawley Town for the next fixture in Sky Bet League Two, looking to get a first home win of the season. Following a brilliant win on the road at Barrow last weekend, Hayden Mullins' squad have had over a week to recover before taking part in their next game.
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Single goal success for Northampton away at Newport

Northampton Town returned to winning ways after a 1-0 win away at Newport County. After a weekend defeat by Forest Green Rovers, Jon Brady’s side won in South Wales courtesy of a first half goal by Jon Guthrie. Newport’s momentum was dented after defender Scot Bennett was stretchered off, which...

Match report: Narrow defeat for under-21s in EFL Trophy

An Albion under-21 side went down 1-0 to Walsall in their opening game of the Papa John's Trophy at the Banks's Stadium. It was a tough night for Andrew Crofts' side who ended up playing a third of the game with ten men, after Gary Dicker was sent off after 60 minutes.

PREVIEW | Newport County AFC vs Northampton Town

THE OPPOSITION - NORTHAMPTON TOWN. Northampton Town have begun the season with three wins, one draw and two losses as they look to bounce back from last season’s relegation. The Cobblers’ victories this season have come at the expense of Port Vale, Colchester and Scunthorpe, while they shared the points in their encounter with Crawley.

Record-breaking Brighton striker opens up on injury nightmare after his return

Brighton under-23 striker Lorent Tolaj was delighted to get on the scoresheet once more after nine months out with an injury. The 19-year-old suffered from knee and hamstring injuries that restricted him to just two appearances last season. But the Swiss under-19 international hammered home a superb strike in Albion's...

Worth a £100 million but 'not interested in money'

He claims he doesn't know how much he has in the bank and earns £8,000 a month. Dale Vince, the founder of Stroud-based Ecotricity, says if he has £20 in his pocket he ends up giving it to the first homeless person he meets. The owner of the renewable energy...

Northampton Town lose out at Forest Green Rovers

Northampton Town were beaten 1-0 by Forest Green Rovers as the team suffered a first away defeat of the season at League 2’s early leaders. Jamille Matt’s goal in the final 15 minutes was the only one of the contest. It meant League 2’s top scorers inflicted a reverse for Jon Brady’s team after having been previously denied by some spirited defensive work, and the team suffered a first loss away from home.

📝 Match Report: Scunthorpe United 0 City 4

Exeter City put in the perfect performance on the road to register their first three points of the season on the road and hit Scunthorpe for four at the Sands Venue Stadium. Manager Matt Taylor named two changes to the side which drew with Forest Green Rovers at St James Park last week, with Jevani Brown and Harry Kite returning to the side as Kyle Taylor and Padraig Amond dropped to the bench.

Brentford predicted lineup vs Brighton - Premier League

Brentford hope to stretch their unbeaten start in the Premier League to four games when they host Brighton at the aptly named Brentford Community Stadium. The Bees have picked up five points from a possible nine, claiming a notable scalp in Arsenal on the opening day of the season. That...

REPORT Oxford United U18 3 Forest Green Rovers U18 1

Oxford United u18s continued their unbeaten start to the EFL Youth Alliance campaign with a 3-1 victory against Forest Green Rovers at the training ground this morning. United started the game well and created two good chances for Josh Anifowose even before he opened the scoring.First, he sliced a shot wide when well-placed and then he hit the post afterAdam Smith headed back across goal to him.

Released Nottingham Forest player training with Forest Green Rovers

Former Nottingham Forest defender Danny Preston has begun training with a new club. The ex-academy left-back has linked up with League Two outfit Forest Green Rovers where he will begin a trial period. Preston spent the first half of last season on loan with Grimsby Town. Following the arrival of...

Brentford’s Onyeka available to face Brighton

The 23-year-old Nigeria international missed the team’s last game against Aston Villa after testing positive for Covid-19 Brentford manager Thomas Frank has confirmed Frank Onyeka will be available for selection when they take on Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League on Saturday. The 23-year-old Nigeria forward, who joined...

3 Ways Soccer Clubs Are Embracing Sustainability

English soccer club Manchester City is trialing an edible coffee cup made from leak-proof wafer. Another English team, Forest Green Rovers, has tried sustainable shirts made from recycled coffee beans and plastic bottles on for size. FIFA is aiming for Qatar 2022 to be the first carbon-neutral World Cup. The...

New signing Dylan Morgan delighted to open Swansea City account

New signing Dylan Morgan was delighted to make an immediate impression as he netted for Swansea City Under-23s in their opening Premier League Cup clash at Exeter. The 18-year-old recently penned a one-year deal with the Swans – which includes the option for an extension – after a successful trial, having previously been on the books at Southampton and Forest Green Rovers.