Gainsborough Trinity and Gloucester City played out a 1-1 draw at the Martin & Co Arena, in Dave Frecklington's first game in charge of the Holy Blues. Match played on Saturday 18th February 2017.
Trinity boss Dave Frecklington caps what has been a hectic first week in charge at Gainsborough with a hard fought 1-1 draw with in-form Gloucester City at the Martin & Co Arena. Match played on Saturday 18th February 2017.
Gainsborough Trinity Football Club are pleased to announce the signing of Tom Nicholson on loan, until the end of the season from FC Halifax Town. And new manager Dave Frecklington is delighted to have the experienced shot stoppers’ signature, following the dismissal of George Willis in Trinity’s last game, away at Bradford Park Avenue last weekend.
Following a successful first spell back on loan from Bradford Park Avenue, in which the Hull based utility man found himself on the mark against much fancied Harrogate Town, in an impressive away victory, Davie is back until the penultimate game of the 2016/17 season.
Gainsborough Trinity are delighted to announce the appointment of Dave Frecklington as the new first team manager.
Gainsborough Trinity are delighted to announce Dave Frecklington as the new manager, following the resignation of Dominic Roma on Sunday 5th February. The appointment follows a thorough short listing process and a round of successful and productive interviews from a pool of over thirty high quality candidates.
Caretaker boss, Adam Quinn is proud of his side, despite losing 5-1 away at Bradford Park Avenue. Down to ten men for 70 minutes, without a recognised goalkeeper, the visiting Trinity for long periods looked the better side, with the scoreline flattering the hosts. Match played on Saturday 11th February 2017.
He scored against Bradford back in August, and was back on the score sheet again this afternoon, but the former Guiseley man's leveller turned out to be in vain as the ten men of Trinity couldn't hold out, losing by five goals to one at the Horsfall Stadium. Match played on Saturday 11th February 2017.
Vanarama National League North action between Bradford Park Avenue and Gainsborough Trinity. A game that hinged on two key turning points, the red card of George Willis midway through the first half and a moment to forget for full back Josh Lacey with the scores level at 1-1.
Following his first session in Caretaker charge (Tuesday), Adam Quinn reacted in a positive fashion. "We’ve had a good session, similar to what we have been doing. I’m not planning on making any drastic changes, it is just a case of keeping things ticking over until a decision made on who the next manager is." He continued, "We have sat down as a group and had a good discussion about things. We have a lot of young lads and for many of them, this is the first time something like this has happened to them. The likes of Matty Wilson, Jarmo, Matt Thornhill have that valuable experience and they have rallied round really well and are helping the lads come to terms with things."
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