Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Sunday, 23 November 2014
|(L-R; Supporter Tim Stephens with Chris Palmer and Rory Fallon receiving his award from Andy Glinka)|
In terms of Traffords MOTM, it was a close call but debutante Cliff Moyo really stood out with a solid game and some good composure... he looks like he'll be a top player for Trafford.
The defeat see's us now in the bottom four and whilst it looks a little nervous being down there, the players are not far away from getting some wins. The supporters will definitely keep the faith and with some key players back in the coming week or so, we can be positive about the up coming games.
Keep it going everyone! #believe #traffordfamily
Sunday, 9 November 2014
Put it in your diary's - Saturday 13th December. Again it will be at the Deccan in Urmston.
The price is £20 per person. This includes a 3 course meal and your raffle tickets for the evening! If you don't like curries, worry not as you can order some non-curry meals such as steak and chips.
Lots of fun, prizes, great food and even better company to be had. To book, please speak to Melody Stephens or myself and pay a £10 deposit a.s.a.p.
Thursday, 6 November 2014
Whilst October proved a frustrating month in terms of results, there were some really good performances and with a little more luck, we really could have gone the month unbeaten!
Baring this in mind there were a few candidates for the supporters club's player of the month award and once again we decided on a joint award. CHRIS PALMER and RORY FALLON. Palmer has stepped in recently to cover injuries and has been brilliant, always giving 100% with quality as well. Rory, well Rory is Rory. A firm supporters'club favourite he never seems to have a bad game.
So well done boys and here's to a better November in terms of result.
Friday, 31 October 2014
Just to remind/inform people, the next supporters meeting will be on November 6th, at the Bird ith Hand, 7.30 start.
Be great to see as many people as possible there, your help really does matter and is appreciated.
Before then, the team travel to Ossett Town in the FA Trophy... Our support could prove vital so let's be on top form!!!
And on Tuesday we entertain Marine. Another massive game and there is even a half time crossbar challenge featuring some members of the supporters club. Worth coming just to see that!!!
Saturday, 4 October 2014
For during this game, the Mascot outfit was expertly worn by yours truly, supporters club chairman, Andy Glinka. Clearly this brought the team good luck and obviously contributed massively to the win. Non more so than when walking around the pitch (unable to see any of the game through my steamed up glasses), I stopped and stood next to John Eadie (club chairman) just as Trafford were awarded a free kick. He told me 'we' had been playing well but needed a goal. I told him not to worry as I'll make Shelts score from the free kick... the rest is history!
Unfortunately, I have had to retire as club mascot due to bad drinking habits, but fear not, Foxy the Fox lives on and you can even have a go at today's TFC raffle to have a chance to take a penalty against him/her/it during half-time (Dave Hornby).
|Andy Glinka as Foxy the Fox (centre) with Richie (left) and Melody (right)|