Those of you who known our own Nigel Randall will, I am sure wish to pass on their condolences after the death of his brother Kevin at the age of 73 yesterday.
Kevin has been involved in the world of football for more than fifty years and we understand began his career at Droylsden after two trials at Manchester United had come to nothing back in the early 1960’s before joining Bury and then Chesterfield where he was to make over 250 appearances.
His playing career stretched to 1980, playing for Notts County, Mansfield and York City before he moved into management,most famously being John Duncan’s assistant when the club reached the semi final of the FA Cup in 1997.
His later year have been spent scouting, most notably for clubs managed by his old friend Neil Warnock.
We will be running a small minibus to our away fixture at Colne on the 13th April.
The bus will leave the Butchers Arms at 11.00am to arrive in Colne around an hour later where there will be plenty of time for eating, drinking or even shopping before the Ko.
The bus will return around 5.30
The price will depend on numbers but should be around the £17 per person mark.
if you want to come along, drop an email to Nigelbarlow@aboutmanchester.co.uk
There are thirty places and it will be first come, first served
A big congratulations to Dylan Smith who has won the January player of the month courtesy of Bowland Breweries
Midfielder Luke Daly has joined Evo Stik Premier high flyers South Shields this morning.
All at the club wish Luke all the best in his future career and thank him for all the memories
The final three fixtures to be arranged for the league season have been announced today.
The postponed game at Widnes will now be played on Monday 11th March, the abandoned home game with Glossop will be replayed on Tuesday 5th March and we will entertain Ramsbottom United at home on the 19th March, all games will kick off at 7.45
A big congratulations to striker Sefton Gonzales who has won the December Bowland beer award for player of the month
The club wishes to add to the following statement that it made yesterday.
We note the many comments that have been made on social media,however we are unable to make instantaneous decisions and respond to the many reactions, and instead we have to abide by the league rules.
The statement we posted yesterday merely reiterated the rules that we have to adhere to following the abandonment of the game yesterday and was purely to let the fans know we would not be issuing vouchers as per league rules but nothing further could be sorted following the abandonment of the match.
We are not allowed to unilaterally announce discounts, free entry or any other concessions to an Evo Stik game without league approval.
When we hear from the League following our report that has been submitted we will announce provisions for the rearranged game.
We hope this clarifies the situation and once again apologise to all supporters who made the journey to the Butchers Arms yesterday