Post match interview with Dom Roma following Gainsborough Trinity's National League North match against Bradford Park Avenue, played on Saturday 30th April 2016. Tablet and mobile, listen here.
Highlights from Trinity's latest game in the Vanarama National League North. In this game, Gainsborough Trinity played Bradford Park Avenue on Saturday 30th April 2016.
Gainsborough finished their season on a high as they ran out convincing winners in West Yorkshire. Three goals in the first half sealed the victory at the break as Trinity took advantage of having no pressure to end the season on a high. Marc Newsham grabbed two either side of the interval as the Blues got the three points in Dom Roma's last game in charge as interim manager.
Dom Roma has appointed Martin Foster as his assistant. Martin has a width of experience at this level of football including successful spells at Halifax and Forest Green Rovers. He has also coached at Hull and managed at Matlock.
About the Club
The Board of Directors of Gainsborough Trinity wish to announce they have appointed Dom Roma, this season’s Club Captain, as their new manager. The Board had decided previously that they wanted to give a young enthusiastic person the post; someone who could bring challenge and life to a team, which this year has singularly failed to impress.
Post match interview with Dom Roma following Gainsborough Trinity's National League North match against FC United of Manchester, played on Saturday 23rd April 2016. Tablet and mobile, listen here.
A bumper crowd saw Gainsborough secure their National League North status thanks to results elsewhere. Trinity always knew that Brackley had to win away at Curzon Ashton for them to be safe from the drop if they did not win and they could only draw in Greater Manchester. A Jerome Wright drive just after the break won it for FC United as a thousand fans witnessed a whole range of emotions at the Martin and Co Arena.
Gainsborough conceded a late equaliser for the third game in succession as a tense fixture with Lowestoft went down to the wire. Player-manager Dom Roma turned the ball into his own net after Budtz parried the initial shot from Ryan Jarvis into his path with ten minutes to go. Trinity had taken a first half lead through Nathan Jarman, who notched for the third game in a row, as he met a Josh Lacey cross to give the Blues what looked a comfortable lead at half time.
The National League are delighted that Stephanie Moore, the widow of the legendary Bobby Moore and founder of the Bobby Moore Fund is to be the Chief Guest at the 2016 Vanarama National Promotion Final.
Gainsborough Trinity Football Club are proud to be associated with Hope & Homes for Children.
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