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Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Ginge01 » Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:34 am

Today’s games, Saturday Jan 11th 2020
Boston......... P-P Darlington
Alfreton....... P-P Leamington
Altrincham.... 1-1 Guiseley
Blyth........... 2-1 Curzon Ashton
Brackley....... P-P Southport
Chester........ P-P Kings Lynn
Farsley......... P-P Kidderminster
Gloucester..... P-P Gateshead
Hereford...... 1-1 Bradford
Spennymoor... 1-2 Kettering
York............ 2-0 Telford

The Vanarama National League North, Saturday Jan 11th 2020

...................... Pd .W D L..W D L...F...A..GD..Pts
01. Kings Lynn..... 24 10 3 0.. 6 3 .2. 55 31. 24.. 54
02. York............ 26.. 7 4 2.. 8 4 .1. 40 16. 24.. 53
03. Chester ....... 24.. 7 3 2.. 5 5 .2. 45 24. 21.. 44
04. Brackley....... 23.. 7 5 0.. 5 2 .4. 45 14. 31.. 43
05. Boston......... 23.. 6 3 1.. 5 2 .6. 34 26. ..8.. 38
06. Altrincham.... 23.. 8 3 1.. 2 4 .5. 39 29. 10.. 37
07. Spennymoor... 25.. 8 1 3.. 2 6 .5. 42 34. ..8.. 37
08. Farsley......... 25.. 6 2 4.. 5 2 .6. 39 32. ..7.. 37
09. Southport..... 25.. 7 2 4.. 4 2 .6. 31 29. ..2.. 37
10. Guiseley....... 25.. 5 2 5.. 5 4 .4. 39 34. ..5.. 36
11. Darlington.... 24.. 8 2 3.. 3 1 .7. 30 34. .-4.. 36
12. Gateshead.... 22.. 7 2 3.. 2 5 .3. 32 25. ..7.. 34
13. Alfreton....... 24.. 4 3 4.. 5 0 .8. 35 38. .-3.. 30
14. Telford.........25.. 4 3 6.. 4 3 .5. 33 38. .-5.. 30
15. Leamington... 24.. 5 3 4.. 3 2 .7. 36 41. .-5.. 29
16. Hereford...... 26.. 4 7 2.. 3 1 .9. 28 41. -13.. 29
17. Kettering...... 24.. 4 3 4.. 3 4 .6. 33 38. .-5.. 28
18. Kidderminster 25.. 3 2 8.. 4 3 .5. 32 37. .-5.. 26
19. Gloucester.... 23.. 5 3 3.. 2 2 .8. 31 43. -12.. 26
20. Curzon Ashton 26.. 5 2 6.. 1 4 .8. 25 38. -13.. 24
21. Blyth........... 26.. 3 3 7.. 3 2 .8. 27 58. -31.. 23
22. Bradford. ..... 26.. 2 2 9.. 1 2 10. 17 68. -51.. 13


Kings Lynn;
Chester P-P Kings Lynn; No game today, next Saturday, Kings Lynn vs York

York;
York 2-0 Telford; York are now within one point of Kings Lynn having played two extra games after a 2-0 win over Telford. They were unable to score in the first half, breaking the deadlock with two goals in the 81st and 89th min. Next Saturday, Kings Lynn vs York, an away win for York will make the title race even more exciting.

Chester;
Chester P-P Kings Lynn; No game today

Brackley;
Brackley P-P Southport; No game today

Boston;
Boston P-P Darlington; No game today

Altrincham;
Altrincham 1-1 Guiseley; Altrincham (goal diff +10) are now tied for 6th place on 37 points with Spennymoor (+8), Farsley (+7) and Southport (+2), they have the best goal difference of the four teams.
In their favour is the other three teams have played 25 games, Altrincham have played 23. This week they gained four points, a Tuesday night 3-1 win over Blyth, today a 1-1 draw with Guiseley. Altrincham led after 15 mins, Guiseley equalised after 33 mins, neither team was able to get a second half winner. On Tuesday night Altrincham will go to Spennymoor.

Spennymoor;
Spennymoor 1-2 Kettering; Spennymoor lost their fourth game in five today with a 1-2 home loss to Kettering. After a goalless first half, Spenny took the lead after 58 mins. Kettering responded with an equalizer after 63 mins and won the game in injury time. Spenny will have a Tuesday night home game against in form Altrincham.

Farsley;
Farsley P-P Kidderminster; No game today

Southport;
Brackley P-P Southport; No game today

Guiseley;
Altrincham 1-1 Guiseley; Despite going behind after 15 mins, Guiseley were equal in the 33rd min, there was no further goals and the final score was 1-1.

Darlington;
Boston P-P Darlington; No game today

Gateshead;
Gloucester P-P Gateshead; No game today

Alfreton
Alfreton P-P Leamington; No game today

Telford;
York 2-0 Telford; Telford battled for 81 mins before conceding a goal and a second goal after 89 mins at York.

Leamington;
Alfreton P-P Leamington; No game today

Hereford;
Hereford 1-1 Bradford; Hereford were unable to beat bottom of the table Bradford at home today, finishing with a 1-1 draw. They got off to a great start, scoring after 4 mins, before Bradford equalised after 18 mins. There was no further scoring although Hereford hit the post from a penalty kick in the 52nd min.

Kettering;
Spennymoor 1-2 Kettering; Kettering rise two places to 17th with a huge win at playoff contending Spennymoor. Kettering have been on a nice run, quietly accumulating results, only losing 1 league game in ten. Despite falling behind in the 58th min, two goals in the 63rd and 93rd min gave them victory.

Kidderminster;
Farsley P-P Kidderminster; No game today

Gloucester;
Gloucester P-P Gateshead; No game today

Curzon Ashton;
Blyth 2-1 Curzon Ashton; Curzon Ashton took the lead on 60 mins in this relegation battle but were unable to hold on, Blyth scoring twice in eight minutes sank Curzon. They now lead Blyth by one point and far superior goal difference(-13 to Blyth’s -31).

Blyth;
Blyth 2-1 Curzon Ashton; Blyth are one point behind Curzon Ashton but with a -18 worse goal difference after fighting back today from a goal behind to beat Curzon Ashton 2-1. The visitors scored first in the 60th min, two goals from Robbie Dale after 64 and 72 mins gave Blyth the three points. There are now 16 games for both teams to play, Gloucester and Kidderminster are three points above Blyth.

Bradford P.A.;
Hereford 1-1 Bradford; Bradford trailed after 4 mins to Hereford before equalising after 18 mins, ex-Quaker Adam Nowakowski was involved in the goal. Bradford fought hard for their point, conceding a penalty after 52 mins, the post came to their rescue and they survived to get a 1-1 draw.


This week’s games

14/01 Tuesday
Boston......... vs Gateshead
Kettering....... vs Brackley
Spennymoor... vs Altrincham

18/01 Saturday
Darlington..... vs Alfreton
Bradford....... vs Brackley
Curzon Ashton vs Farsley
Gateshead..... vs Altrincham
Guiseley........ vs Gloucester
Kettering....... vs Hereford
Kidderminster. vs Spennymoor
Kings Lynn..... vs York
Leamington... vs Chester
Southport..... vs Boston


Comments

The cup runs were exciting, now to focus on the League.

Going for the league championship, next Saturday, these two meet, Kings Lynn vs York
...................... Pd .W D L..W D L...F...A..GD..Pts
01. Kings Lynn..... 24 10 3 0.. 6 3 .2. 55 31. 24.. 54
02. York............ 26.. 7 4 2.. 8 4 .1. 40 16. 24.. 53

Breaking away from the playoff chasing pack, no games on Saturday.
...................... Pd .W D L..W D L...F...A..GD..Pts
03. Chester ....... 24.. 7 3 2.. 5 5 .2. 45 24. 21.. 44
04. Brackley....... 23.. 7 5 0.. 5 2 .4. 45 14. 31.. 43

In the playoff hunt, with some teams not playing, Boston’s midweek point gets them to 5th, Altrincham getting four points from two games has them now in 6th, a week ago Altrincham were 12th. Spennymoor’s loss to Kettering at home has them now in 7th.
...................... Pd .W D L..W D L...F...A..GD..Pts
05. Boston......... 23.. 6 3 1.. 5 2 .6. 34 26. ..8.. 38
06. Altrincham.... 23.. 8 3 1.. 2 4 .5. 39 29. 10.. 37
07. Spennymoor... 25.. 8 1 3.. 2 6 .5. 42 34. ..8.. 37
08. Farsley......... 25.. 6 2 4.. 5 2 .6. 39 32. ..7.. 37
09. Southport..... 25.. 7 2 4.. 4 2 .6. 31 29. ..2.. 37
10. Guiseley....... 25.. 5 2 5.. 5 4 .4. 39 34. ..5.. 36
11. Darlington.... 24.. 8 2 3.. 3 1 .7. 30 34. .-4.. 36
12. Gateshead.... 22.. 7 2 3.. 2 5 .3. 32 25. ..7.. 34

The inconsistents, teams that look too strong to be relegated, but too inconsistent to move towards the playoff group. The big mover was Kettering, winning at Spennymoor.
...................... Pd .W D L..W D L...F...A..GD..Pts
13. Alfreton....... 24.. 4 3 4.. 5 0 .8. 35 38. .-3.. 30
14. Telford.........25.. 4 3 6.. 4 3 .5. 33 38. .-5.. 30
15. Leamington... 24.. 5 3 4.. 3 2 .7. 36 41. .-5.. 29
16. Hereford...... 26.. 4 7 2.. 3 1 .9. 28 41. -13.. 29
17. Kettering...... 24.. 4 3 4.. 3 4 .6. 33 38. .-5.. 28
18. Kidderminster 25.. 3 2 8.. 4 3 .5. 32 37. .-5.. 26
19. Gloucester.... 23.. 5 3 3.. 2 2 .8. 31 43. -12.. 26

Avoiding relegation, Curzon Ashton now lead Blyth by 1 point after Blyth beat Curzon Ashton at home.

...................... Pd .W D L..W D L...F...A..GD..Pts
20. Curzon Ashton 26.. 5 2 6.. 1 4 .8. 25 38. -13.. 24

Hoping to avoid relegation, Blyth need to gain more points than Curzon Ashton while the goal difference between the two teams is 18 goals
...................... Pd .W D L..W D L...F...A..GD..Pts
21. Blyth........... 26.. 3 3 7.. 3 2 .8. 27 58. -31.. 23
22. Bradford. ..... 26.. 2 2 9.. 1 2 10. 17 68. -51.. 13

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Darlo_Pete » Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:15 am

I think you need to involve a lot more teams in the relegation battle, probably up to Leamington, as Blyth recent surge in form, has changed them from a dead & buried side, into a side that is odds on to avoid relegation. Great read Ginge as per usual.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by onewayup » Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:41 am

Alferton is a big game for both sides. Either could go into a playoff position.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by spen666 » Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:10 am

onewayup wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:41 am
Alferton is a big game for both sides. Either could go into a playoff position.
Aren't Alfreton 7 points off a play off place? :?:

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by jjljks » Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:35 am

Yes, too early to rule Alfreton out and agree it is a big game for both sides. They did not play this weekend so will be fresher. Perhaps we were lucky to avoid playing Boston this Sat, as lads looked a bit tired after Harrogate. AA needs time to shuffle the pack & bring back to match fitness a couple more lads from injury.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by HarrytheQuaker » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:22 am

spen666 wrote:
onewayup wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:41 am
Alferton is a big game for both sides. Either could go into a playoff position.
Aren't Alfreton 7 points off a play off place? :?:
Technical 8 if you take into account the goal difference unless they smash in the goals then its 7..

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by dfcdfcdfc » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:24 am

Find myself agreeing with DP. Would put it as
BPA - dead and buried
Blyth and Curzon - relegation battle
Everyone else up to Alfreton -looking over their shoulder. This based on position, current form and games played. The only ones I would exclude would be Kettering who are on upward trajectory since new manager has taken over (Paul Fox I think)

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by dfcdfcdfc » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:27 am

spen666 wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:10 am
onewayup wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:41 am
Alferton is a big game for both sides. Either could go into a playoff position.
Aren't Alfreton 7 points off a play off place? :?:
Spen back after Bannergate and Barriergate :oops:

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by dfcdfcdfc » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:29 am

Love Ginge01's analyses every week

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Post by Darlogramps » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:33 am

dfcdfcdfc wrote:
spen666 wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:10 am
onewayup wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:41 am
Alferton is a big game for both sides. Either could go into a playoff position.
Aren't Alfreton 7 points off a play off place? :?:
Spen back after Bannergate and Barriergate :oops:
Wonder if he’s going to mock the Hillsborough disaster again....
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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by spen666 » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:59 am

Darlogramps wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:33 am
dfcdfcdfc wrote:
spen666 wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:10 am
onewayup wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:41 am
Alferton is a big game for both sides. Either could go into a playoff position.
Aren't Alfreton 7 points off a play off place? :?:
Spen back after Bannergate and Barriergate :oops:
Wonder if he’s going to mock the Hillsborough disaster again....
Again?

I never mentioned it in first place....but feel free to post where I did mock Hillsborough.....


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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Vodka_Vic » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:09 pm

It was on a twitter post apparently. Someone just needs to,find and screen shot it.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by dfcdfcdfc » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:24 pm

" (Paul Fox I think)"

Paul Cox oops

He has a bit of pedigree.

Talking of pedigree has anyone else seen this

https://worldfootballindex.com/2020/01/ ... anagement/

Thought the last para was a bit sad - always liked the guy but I don't think he's cut out for managment

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Darlo_Pete » Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:52 pm

It's good to see that we have a game in hand over the 4 teams above us, although Gateshead directly below us, do have 2 games in hand. Although a long way away the game at Gateshead towards the end of the season, could be crucial.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Darlogramps » Sun Jan 12, 2020 1:30 pm

Vodka_Vic wrote:It was on a twitter post apparently. Someone just needs to,find and screen shot it.
I have the screenshot but sadly, as it uses Spen’s real name, if I go off previous threats/warnings from the mods, I wouldn’t be allowed.

Unless Spen, given his challenge to me, is fine with it being posted.
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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Vodka_Vic » Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:03 pm

You could always DM it to Spen so he knows you're not bullshitting him.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by AndyPark » Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:12 pm

Vodka_Vic wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:03 pm
You could always DM it to Spen so he knows you're not bullshitting him.
I think everyone seen that tweet, it was absolutely disgusting taste from a disgusting individual.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Vodka_Vic » Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:19 pm

I didn't Andy but wouldn't mind. maybe if you DM me the link so no-one breaks any forum rules?

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Darlo_Pete » Sun Jan 12, 2020 2:31 pm

Getting back on topic, I reckon a draw at Boston, a win for Kettering & a draw at Spennymoor, would suit us just fine.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Ginge01 » Sun Jan 12, 2020 6:18 pm

Ginge01 wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:47 pm
Ginge01 wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:37 pm
Darlo_Pete wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:15 am
I think you need to involve a lot more teams in the relegation battle, probably up to Leamington, as Blyth recent surge in form, has changed them from a dead & buried side, into a side that is odds on to avoid relegation. Great read Ginge as per usual.
Thanks Darlo_Pete, I'm waiting to see if Curzon Ashton or Blyth can consistently get points, as it is, they are the two stuck down there, Gloucester have games in hand, Kidderminster goal difference (-5) is a lot better than Curzon Ashton (-13), I think Hereford are the most vulnerable of the other teams
onewayup wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:41 am
Alferton is a big game for both sides. Either could go into a playoff position.
Alfreton need to show more consistency for me to believe they can be a playoff contender, they don't seem to be at a level like Altrincham.
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Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:29 am
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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by H1987 » Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:59 pm

Agreed, great work Ginge, I like looking at these too.

We have a great chance to push on, and I have every faith in this team to give it their all. What I really like the look of is our remaining fixtures. We've got a lot of the top teams over with away from home. Chester to come, who of course will fancy a spot of revenge. We've got Kings Lynn at home on the last day which could be crucial to both sides (and of course, could give us a bumper crowd, which would be very, very nice in terms of boosting the coffers ahead of next season).

At home, we've got:

Alfreton
Guiseley
Leamington
Brackley
Farsley
Curzon
Altrincham
Kings Lynn

Away:

Guiseley
Chester
Kiddy
Hereford
Telford
Gateshead
Kettering
Bradford PA
Southport

Looking at those, honestly I really fancy us against anyone at home these days... away from home, Chester for sure it a big ask... Gateshead I think may push on, but they just lost Kayode... we seem to always lose at Telford... but then i'm looking at Kettering, Bradford PA (we owe a mullering for that daylight robbery earlier in the year), and Kiddy as real opportunities for some points on the road.

That said, even if we finish in the top half this year but miss out on the playoffs, we've made such progress and played some good stuff along the way, I couldn't possibly be annoyed. Now, of course, is the time we've got to be looking at getting players nailed down for next season in the next couple of months. Good times to be a fan of the town after a couple of poor years :clap:

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Darlo_Pete » Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:25 pm

I think one of the problems we have is that we now have to play 4 re-arranged midweek away games & 1 at home. Naturally this will affect our away support, as 3 of the 4 away games are a fair distance & only Guiseley is relatively near & I would expect a large away following. Naturally if we are in the hunt for a play-off place then more fans will travel for those long distance midweek away trips.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by super_les_mcjannet » Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:32 pm

Darlo_Pete wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:25 pm
I think one of the problems we have is that we now have to play 4 re-arranged midweek away games & 1 at home. Naturally this will affect our away support, as 3 of the 4 away games are a fair distance & only Guiseley is relatively near & I would expect a large away following. Naturally if we are in the hunt for a play-off place then more fans will travel for those long distance midweek away trips.
We only have two midweek night games, Guiseley and Boston away.

We play Bradford Park Avenue away on Bank Holiday Friday 10th April & Home to Altrincham on Bank Holiday Monday 13th Apr.

Doesn't seem to tough a schedule so far.

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Post by Ginge01 » Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:52 pm

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Darlo_Pete » Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:33 pm

I was just going on the fixtures on this website, which shows we have to arrange away games at Leamington & Gloucester. If that is the case then they will have to be midweek fixtures. I apologise if I was using the wrong info that was showing on this website.

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by AndyPark » Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:38 pm

We’ve played both Gloucester and Leamington already....

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by Darlo_Pete » Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:02 pm

Ok cheers Andy, as I say I was just going on what was showing under the fixtures on this website. perhaps they could update it then?

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Re: Today's results Saturday January 11th 2020

Post by H1987 » Mon Jan 13, 2020 12:23 am

We still have Leamington at home, but it’s a regular Saturday game. We’ve played them twice already, but once was the FA Cup.

The game in hand, which I missed, is Boston. Which will be tricky, but we can get something.

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