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news from Tuesday, October 15, 2019

- Ryan Donaldson has paid credit to Hartlepool United caretaker manager Antony Sweeney for bringing some stability after a turbulent few days. Sweeney took charge of his first training session at East Durham College on Monday morning with spirits more optimistic following Pools' 3-0 win at Aldershot Town on Saturday afternoon. And when reflecting on the past few days, Donaldson fe...

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- Dean Keates called on Wrexham to get back to winning ways in the league at the Racecourse, admitting the cornerstone of good form is getting three points from your home matches. Chesterfield are the next visitors to North Wales, for Tuesday night's Vanarama National League clash – which kicks off at 7.45pm, with the Spireites also struggling at the wrong end of the table. The ...

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- Boss Tom Killick lifted the lid on Poole Town's upcoming gruelling journey to Truro and admitted: "I doubt any of the players will have productive work days on Wednesday!" Part-time Dolphins will make the 336-mile round trip to Treyew Road with a full-squad after players managed to take time off work. Killick told the Daily Echo: "Luckily it's a fixture that we've know...

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news from Monday, October 14, 2019

- Coaching football is a fun way to spend your time but can also be a very challenging position to be in. It's your responsibility to motivate your players to perform well and improve their skills over time. They're looking up to you for direction and you have to be prepared and organized to lead them to success. If you're feeling uneasy about being in your role then you've come to...

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- Chesterfield have announced the departure this afternoon of chief executive Graham Bean. Bean was brought in last December, with owner Dave Allen stating at the time: "Graham has a wealth of experience in the running of football clubs and is no stranger to Chesterfield, having been involved with the investigation of former chairman Darren Brown in 2000." The Spireites are curr...

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- Last Thursday saw the social media spotlight turn to Mental Health Awareness as organisations around the globe raised awareness for World Mental Health Day. The day gave Harrogate Town player Brendan Kiernan the opportunity to do his part, donating £200 to Wellspring House Therapy and Training in Starbeck. Kiernan had been awarded the £200 to give to a charity of his choice after his t...

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- The Northern Echo report that Brandon United have hit out after vandals caused thousands of pounds of damage by shooting at their floodlights. The welfare ground in Brandon, near Durham, has been targeted on a number of occasions in recent weeks, with five of its floodlights damaged by what is thought to be an air rifle. The Northern League Division Two club had to cancel one of t...

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