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An Interview with Joe Maguire

An Interview with Joe Maguire

There was an air of inevitability around Joe Maguire’s decision to sign for Gainsborough Trinity last week. The experienced defender, still only 26, has often sent an admiring glance in the direction of the Northolme and has previous with one of the club’s management team. So when the call came, it didn’t take long to make up his mind, having already decided not to return to Silverlands, home of Buxton FC.

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First Batch Commit Future To Trinity

First Batch Commit Future To Trinity

The following players have verbally committed their future to the club for next season (2018/19):

Shane Clarke
Nathan Stainfield
Alex Simmons
Liam King
Ioan Evans

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Dream XI: Former Gainsborough Players

Dream XI: Former Gainsborough Players

GK: Dimitar Evtimov

Dimitar Evitmov joined Gainsborough Trinity on loan in 2011 from Championship side, Nottingham Forest. The Bulgarian shot stopper has caps at Under 21 and Under 19 level with his country. The 24-year-old was named as the 2012/13 Championship Apprentice of the Year after appearing for Steve Housham’s Trinity side in 2011. Evtimov has been on loan to Football League clubs, Mansfield Town and Port Vale since his spell at The Northolme as well as making two league appearances for Nottingham Forest.

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AFC Telford United 3 Gainsborough Trinity 2

AFC Telford United 3 Gainsborough Trinity 2

Gainsborough Trinity were relegated from the Vanarama National League North in a dramatic clash against AFC Telford United at the New Bucks Head on a sunny April afternoon. The clubs top goal scorer Ashley Worsfold scored a brace, but Ryan Giles provided three assists for all of Telford’s goals – two from Marcus Dinanga, one from captain Shane Sutton. Sadly, Worsfold’s goals either side of both halves were not enough to save Trinity who suffered relegation for the first time in their 145-year existence – an admittedly proud accolade for the Blues of Lincolnshire even in this time of desolation.

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Emirates FA Cup Ball For All

Emirates FA Cup Ball For All

Players from across the football pyramid will have their names at the heart of this season’s Emirates FA Cup Final. The FA has placed the names of 137 goalscorers from this season’s competition on the Nike Ordem V, Cup Final ball to be used at the 137th edition of the showpiece fixture. The Ball For All celebrates players from Step 6 of the National League system through to the Premier League, who all share the accolade of being a goalscorer in the world’s oldest domestic cup competition.

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Retained & Released List 2018/19

Fixtures Announced

Gainsborough Trinity Football Club are now in a position to announce the Retained and Released Lists for the 2018/19 season. Lee Sinnott has spent the day in talks with players and wanted to ensure all parties had been spoken to before announcing the news. The following players have been offered terms of re-engagment for next season, with the management expressing a desire to keep these players at Gainsborough for the 2018/19 season.

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Tamworth Match Preview

FC United of Manchester Match Preview

Lee Sinnott’s Gainsborough Trinity side will be looking to finish the season on a high with three points following their relegation from the National League North last weekend. Defeat against AFC Telford United confirmed that the club would be playing in the Evo-Stik League as they were relegated for the first time in their 145-year history. Trinity were 2-0 up against Telford but three goals in the space of 14 minutes sent the Holy Blues down.

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North Ferriby 0 Gainsborough Trinity 1

North Ferriby 0 Gainsborough Trinity 1

Gainsborough Trinity secured back-to-back league wins for the first time since January when they beat already relegated North Ferriby United thanks to a 29th minute Ashley Worsfold penalty. Visiting side Trinity managed to put the long-standing record of not having scored in 11 consecutive away league games to bed and held on to secure all three points as they bid to survive relegation from the Vanarama National League North.

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