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FA Skills coaching

by on Jan.16, 2018, under Coaching Courses

The Club has organised half term coaching for girls aged 7 to 11, delivered by FA Skills coaches. This is a club player only opportunity as numbers are limited to 32 places. It takes place at Long Lane on February 22nd 10.00 til 2.00 at a cost of £3 per player. To book a place, […]

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First Deaf training session

by on Jan.16, 2018, under Deaf Team17/18, Ladies First Team

On December 1st the Club hosted hopefully the first of many Staffordshire Hearing Impaired youth clubs. The club organised crafting for boys and girls who wanted to make Christmas tree decorations and carried out football training for those who wanted to learn new skills. The Club’s very own Debbie Hibbett, Deaf GB international, took part […]

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New Nike Home Kit

by on Jan.12, 2018, under NIKE

Our new home kit has just been launched by Nike and is available for purchase via the Nike Clubshop on this site. The clubshop has many items for purchase, including training wear, boots, footballs etc – have a browse. Pictured below – our new home kit.

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Chipping complete at Harrisons

by on Jan.10, 2018, under Harrisons Ground

Big thanks to Ian Hemmings, Harry, Dianne Quimby and Malcolm Quimby who helped our contractors chip all the trees cut down at Harrisons yesterday. Also massive thanks to Shaun Ponder and Orange Plant for donating the chipper to us for the day! Pictured below, some of the workers after finishing the job.

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