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FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round Pricing Details Released

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

The club has tonight announced the prices for Saturday’s FA Cup 4th Qualifying round game against AFC Telford United, Admission for Adults will be £10, Concessions (Over 60) will be £6 and Under 16s will remain at £3.

The turnstiles in wood vue will be open from 1.30pm and with the expectation that numbers will be high it is advised spectators give themselves plenty of time to get in to the ground.

The Moors bar will be open as usual from 1,30pm.

Squad Details Released for Durham Challenge Cup Game

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Spennymoor Town Manager Jason Ainsley has tonight released details of the squad that will be taking part in the game against Darlington 1883 tomorrow evening in the Durham Challenge Cup 1st Round.

Spennymoor Squad

David Atkinson, Alex Leeds, Daniel Groves, Paul Johnson, Ben Sayer, Keith Graydon, John Mcready, Nathan Fisher, Kai Willis, Reece Brown, Peter Brown Conna Jones, Reece Kenney, Mitchell McKenna-Little, Flynn Linklater-Johnson

Ainsley said that this is a perfect opportunity for players from within the squad who have had game time limited to get 90 minutes under there belt whilst also giving some of the clubs reserve team and U18 youth players the opportunity to sample the first team environment having shown that the hard work they have been putting in within there respective teams can reap rewards in being given the opportunities to represent the club in this competition.

Admission is priced at £6 adults, £3 concessions (Over 60) £1 (under 16’s) The gates will open at 6:30 in Wood Vue for a 7:45 kick off

Spennymoor Town FC would also like to remind fans of both sides about the following information.

● The local police teams are involved in overseeing proceedings and may ticket cars that are illegally or inconsiderately parked. Spectators are also asked to respect the areas surrounding the ground.

● Any persons that are deemed to be intoxicated will be refused entry.

● Instruments such as trumpets, drums, horns, flares or vuvuzelas are strictly prohibited.

● Alcohol will not be allowed inside the ground and we request that supporters do not bring alcohol into the ground.

Johnson Heads Back to Bishop

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Manager Jason Ainsley has tonight released the following statement:

Tonight we have parted company with Andrew Johnson who has transferred to Bishop Auckland and we wish him well there.

It hasn’t worked out for AJ at Spennymoor and I take a lot of responsibility for that by not playing him as often as he had hoped for but the form and goals of the other forwards was a major factor in that decision and one that I stand by.

AJ will benefit from playing week in week out and he now has that opportunity with Bishop Auckland.

Fisher Signs

Monday, October 13th, 2014

First Team Manager Jason Ainsley has tonight released the following statement:

‘Tonight I am delighted to announce the signing of Nathan Fisher. 
The discussions I have had with Nathan over the last few days made it a no brainier for me especially as he was a free agent, Nathan was adamant throughout our conversations that Spennymoor was the club he wanted to join despite several offers from other clubs. 
Nathan has not had the best of times for whatever reason at Darlington and sometimes that happens but hopefully he will show everyone what a top player he is and at 25 his best years are still ahead of him. Nathan for me is in a similar situation to what Liam Henderson was in when I signed him, a player that hasn’t played a lot of football but wants to prove that he can score goals for us and if he has the same impact that Liam has given us then we will reap the benefits.’
Welcome to the club Nathan

Player Transfer listed

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Spennymoor Town Manager Jason Ainsley has tonight released the following statement

‘Today with a very heavy heart I have agreed to Keith Graydon’s transfer request. 
I had a chat with Rash and he quite rightly feels he wants to be playing week in week out which is something especially with the form of the other lads in that area that I can’t guarantee, Rash has brought us many memories in his times with us none more so than last season with the winner in the vase final and his performances throughout previous seasons that I can honestly say that it’s one of the most difficult decisions I’ve had to make. 
I still feel Keith would offer us something this season but fully understand at his age and the travelling involved he wants to play local and more regularly. Rash is not only a fantastic footballer but a tremendous part of the banter in the dressing room and will be greatly missed by us all.’
Any enquiries are to the manager

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