Latest Gainsborough Trinity News

See below for the latest news from Gainsborough Trinity Football Club. If you're looking for match reports please see our results section.

Stability Assured as King Remains on Throne!

Stability Assured as King Remains on Throne!

Liam King and Ross Hannah have this weekend been given the green light to continue as the interim management team, until the end of the season. The club has been very impressed with the calibre of applicants, despite not formerly advertising the vacancy, but it was felt the impact Liam and Ross have had, since taking over following the dismissal of Lee Sinnott and John Reed, couldn't go unnoticed.

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Joe Green Signs

Joe Green Signs

Joe Green, a 23 year old goalkeeper, has signed on loan from Guiseley until the end of the season. Subject to league ratification. Trinity Interim Manager Liam king is a firm believer in having the strongest squad possible, in the hunt to achieve a play off spot this season. Having two quality keepers will certainly help this.

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Gainsborough Trinity 2 Bamber Bridge 1

Gainsborough Trinity 2 Bamber Bridge 1

Make the Martin & Co a fortress said the leader and, true to their holy hopes, it was trebles all round for Trinity. King's reborn Blues took three well deserved points and, with poor results for three of the contenders and perhaps pretenders to the NPL play-off pack, we sit fifth.

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George Hornshaw Joins On Loan

George Hornshaw Joins On Loan

George Hornshaw has this afternoon completed the formalities and joined on a one month loan deal from neighbours, Scunthorpe United. The highly rated 19 year old, is a box to box central midfielder full of energy and drive, with the added boost of having an eye for goal.

Having already enjoyed a profitable loan spell at promotion rivals, Farsley Celtic where he netted three times during his spell, Liam King expressed his pleasure at bringing the youngster in, "George will bring good energy to the squad.  He's a young lad looking to make his way in the game and will be looking to make an impact in both boxes, adding to the competition for places in the centre of the park."

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NPL Saturday Synopsis

Club Statement

Although The Holy Blues were without a game today we still sit fifth in the final play-off spot. Scarborough won away at Marine 2-1, surviving a late penalty, that would have seen a share of the spoils, instead seeing 'Boro close the gap to just one point but our rivals have now played the same amount of games as us (34).

As have Nantwich, who also got a rest, but still remain six points above us after a 2-1 defeat at Buxton on Tuesday. Next week's opponents and hosts Basford beat Buxton 2-0 to leave them 5 points behind Trinity with the same number of games played. Basford do have a game in hand on us so next week is a vital 6-pointer given they are 9 points behind us.

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Liam Hughes Puts Pen to Paper

Liam Hughes Puts Pen to Paper

Liam King last night swooped to capture his third signing as Interim Manager with the signing of Liam Hughes, following the signings of Ant Wilson from Frickley Athletic and the loan deal for George Hornshaw on a months loan from Scunthorpe United.

Liam Hughes put pen to paper yesterday, signing for Liam King's Gainsborough Trinity following the mutual termination of his deal with National League North side Darlington.

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North Ferriby 0 Gainsborough Trinity 4

North Ferriby 0 Gainsborough Trinity 4

Tremendous Trinity put North Ferriby to the sword on a ploughed field of a football pitch to plunder a play-off berth. Resurgent, rampant and roared on by the mercurial management duo and almost 200 Gainsborough fans, this was an away-day to savour and, dare we say it - perhaps dreams can still come true for the Holy Blues.

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Ant Wilson Signs

New Signing

Gainsborough Trinity's Interim Boss, Liam King has busily set about moulding his squad ahead of Saturday's trip to league basement side North Ferriby United. Returning to the club, for a second spell is experienced front man, Ant Wilson. Wilson, a mobile striker most recently at Frickley Athletic where he has been in fine form of late, securing the man of the match award in his last appearance, having netted after 33 seconds against Lincoln United. Ant's previous spell was cruelly cut short by injury, but Liam King, who knows the player well believes that the centre forward can add something different.

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