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Friday, June 29, 2018

News Round Up


Young York City fans will be able to train alongside the club's players at their training ground. The  Foundation department's 'Train and Play the City Way' programme will let a rare insight into the Minstermen's training routines over a four day period, eating alongside the first-team players and take part in a Q&A session with the manager or captain.

Scott Burton says it was a 'no brainer' to sign for Chester over league-rival Southport, describing himself as a 'tough-tackling midfielder' who 'kicks people'. Burton spent four seasons playing under now-Chester managers Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley at Salford, where they secured three promotions in four years. The 30-year-old told the Chester Chronicle that even though Southport had just gone full-time, Chester are a massive club and as soon as he knew they were interested in his signature it was an easy decision.

Hereford say they are delighted that Specsavers have continued their sponsorship of the family stand for a third consecutive season. Specsavers told the official Hereford website that they see the club as a huge success story for the people of Hereford and it shows what determination there is in the community for continued success.

AFC Telford United have secured the signing of former Leicester City trialist Andre Brown. The 22-year-old forward has had spells at Worcester City, Kidderminster Harriers and Russell Olympic and will  will bring goals and athleticism to the Bucks, according to boss Gavin Cowan. He told Telford's website Andre is a player he's admired for some time and he's thrilled to have been able to sign him.

Manager of National League North new boys Altrincham, Phil Parkinson, says his side could surprise people this season. Parkinson was appointed manager in April 2017 on the back of two successive relegations. Since then he's won promotion twice and told the National League website that he's excited for the challenge against some big, ex-football league clubs.