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Friday, April 29, 2016

News Round-Up


The entire FC United of Manchester board is to step down at a forthcoming EGM as the unrest at the club continues. Three board members have already quit in the last month, with the remainder either stepping down completely or standing for re-election at an EGM to be called.

Macclesfield boss John Askey has told the press the club is in danger of relegation unless it gets fresh investment. Askey says the club is operating on a much smaller budget than many of their National League rivals, and that next season's budget will be the lowest in the league.

Halifax say their final league match of the season is bigger than the FA Trophy final as they seek to avoid relegation. The Shaymen are one point and one place above Guiseley and need to at least match their result, and that of Altrincham, to stay in the division.

Truro City's new stadium will be ready to move into for the start of the 2017/18 season after they signed agreements with the local Council and a developer. The new 4,000 capacity stadium will have to be built by the developer in order for the redevelopment of their current Treyew Road home to take place.