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Wyrley Panthers U11s 6 (six) Danesmore Casuals 6 (six) !!

by on Jan.22, 2009, under Under 13s Panthers 10/11

Sunday 18 January 2009 After a month without a game, Panthers started the match, in extremely muddy conditions, well and were soon ahead through a Joshua Eyre left footer which almost burst the net!  Danesmore gradually worked themselves back into the game and soon began to dominate midfield.  So much so, that by half time they […]

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Walsall F.C. v Huddersfield Town F.C. 18/04/09.

by on Jan.20, 2009, under Walsall FC

Walsall f.c. today confirmed discount on tickets re Huddersfield Town fixture on Saturday 18th April.  A £10 family ticket will admit 1 adult and 2 children. We will need to settle our ticket account early to assist Walsall in their ticket arrangements with Huddersfield Town (re segregation of supporters). Can I therefore have your ticket […]

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STAFFORDSHIRE LADIES CHALLENGE SHIELD QUARTERFINAL

by on Jan.19, 2009, under Ladies First Team

STAFFORDSHIRE LADIES CHALLENGE SHIELD – QUARTER FINAL – SUNDAY 18TH January  2009 Rugeley Ladies 3  Wyrley Juniors Ladies Reserves 1 Wyrley went into this game on a high due to being unbeaten this season in the league and had high hopes of getting through to the next round, however they came up against a determined and […]

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What a pleasure

by on Jan.18, 2009, under Boys' Development Centre

I coached the academy yesterday, as Stuart was on a course. What a pleasure it was, a lovely bunch of young players and I had forgotten how enthusiastic they are at that age. It really took me back to basics which was great. Good luck to all the players at the academy and thanks for […]

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