Season Preview | Aldershot Town

Aldershot Town New Signings Danny Searle- Manager from Braintree Mitch Walker- Goalkeeper from Dover Kodi Lyons-Foster – Centre Back/Holding Midfielder from Braintree Harry Panayiotou- Striker from Greek League (ex Barrow) Aaron Eyoma- Right Back from Derby County Ethan Chislett- Midfielder from Met Police Alefe Santos- Midfielder from Yeovil Dean Rance- Midfielder from Ebbsfleet Connor Shields- Striker from Sunderland Robbie Tinkler- Midfielder from Gateshead Departures Nick … Continue reading Season Preview | Aldershot Town

Whoever Gives Sam A Scarf, That’s His Home

So, should Shrewsbury be worried right now? They’ve just appointed a manager with 22 league games under his belt as a manager, all at non-league level. He’s got off to a good start, but quite apart from the obvious risks involved when you draw a conclusion from a tiny sample size, results don’t tell you everything. I need to establish some context first, in case … Continue reading Whoever Gives Sam A Scarf, That’s His Home

PREVIEW: Wrexham AFC v Woking FC

Here’s my column from last week’s Leader. It forms part of the paper’s comprehensive pre-match coverage every Friday, featuring interviews, an in-depth look at the opposition and lots of statistical analysis. All content in the column (c) http://www.leaderlive.co.uk. Wrexham need to turn things around tomorrow. Last Saturday’s defeat at Southport wasn’t just the first time they’ve done the double over us since 1962. It was … Continue reading PREVIEW: Wrexham AFC v Woking FC

Wrexham 1 Woking 2

A game in which too many small factors turned against Wrexham; you can cope with that sometimes, but Woking were too well drilled not to capitalise on their marginal gains. The flow of events against Wrexham went from a borderline disallowed equaliser (above), which was beyond their control, to a badly-mistimed Andy Bishop header in injury time which certainly wasn’t. Then there was a big … Continue reading Wrexham 1 Woking 2

Scout Report: What to Expect From Woking

Woking tend to play a 4-2-3-1 and have been looking to address a vulnerability at the back of late, but have perhaps achieved it at the expense of their creativity. They conceded too freely in the opening weeks of the season (22 in their first 11 games), and although they’ve managed to tighten things up at the back since then, the goals have dried up … Continue reading Scout Report: What to Expect From Woking