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The club can confirm that Elmbridge Heating & Plumbing have ceased their sponsorship of the club.
Walton Casuals Football Club are inviting applicants for the role of First Team Manager.
The Stags slumped to their fifth defeat on the spin, going down 4-2 to a well organised Swindon Submarine.
We can confirm that first team manager Steve Conroy has left the club by mutual consent.
Let’s not beat around the bush, our recent form has been dreadful and as a fan, I’m very worried right now that we are teetering on the brink of being well and truly dragged into the relegation mire.
Blackfield & Langley take the points in 5 goal thriller – Match report by Conor Faherty
We can confirm that James Ewington has left the club.
11th in the League, how cool is that and who would have thought it after our dreadful start to the season? Two wins out of three very tricky fixtures, including one almost in the Atlantic Ocean and another in another country both in consecutive weeks, the latter being a decisive victory to go alongside our defeat of non-league big boys Salisbury at The Home of World Football. Oh and of course, I must mention our customary victory over the smaller club in Walton, in what was a low-key affair last Tuesday. Credit to Steve Conroy, building a team from scratch, up against it and with doubters suggesting it would all go pear-shaped. Well it hasn’t yet, and the signs are that things well and truly are moving in the right direction.
This weekend we make our longest trip of the season as we head down to Cornwall to face table-toppers Truro City. Ahead of the game, we got the thoughts of TCFC fans Cameron Weldon and Sam Jose about their season so far.
Two home games in successive Saturdays – whatever is the world coming to? They don’t come any easier though and it’s another of the big teams down here at our idyllic setting on the banks of the River. If ever there is a reminder of the high level in which we are competing, then it’s the visit of Poole Town followed by Salisbury City – sizeable clubs with large catchment areas and a good reputation in non-league football.