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New management team takes over at Wythenshawe Town FC

Wythenshawe Town FC have appointed a new management team at Ericstan Park. James Kinsey and Daniel Whiteside take over as First Team and Assistant Managers

James Kinsey and Daniel Whiteside take over as First Team and Assistant Managers

at the club and will be in charge for the game against Altrincham FC Reserves on Saturday.

The pair join Town from East Manchester FC, currently in third place in the Premier Division.

Chairman Kenny Hope said on the club’s website: “I am delighted with the qualities of our new management team, they have the qualities needed to take our club forward. James and Daniel are both very passionate, full of hunger and are determined to take Wythenshawe Town to the next level.”

With skills gained from managing the Manchester County FA team, as well as involvement with the management teams at Stalybridge Celtic and New Mills AFC, Kinsey brings with him vital experience of North West football.

“I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to lead a club that has such huge potential. It was a difficult decision to leave East Manchester at this point in the season but once I had sat down with the club it quickly become apparent that this is a club that wants to go far, which made the decision easy. We have an excellent set up here and everybody who works tirelessly behind the scenes has big plans for this club to climb the football pyramid.” said Kinsey.

“It is now down to myself and my team to match that desire on the pitch and I’m sure we will reach the targets that have been set. We will look to bring in a couple of new faces and get some wins in before the season finishes. I’ll also be adding Daniel Whiteside to my coaching team as my assistant who is an instrumental part of all that I do. We have worked together a lot in the past and I believe we can hit the heights that have been set. I can’t wait to get started.”

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FOOTBALL: Wythenshawe Town endure tough test against league leaders, Knutsford

untitledWythenshawe Town 1 – 2 Knutsford

Wythenshawe Town faced a tough battle a the weekend with the league leaders edging it.

Here is how the game unfolded:

GOAL – Knutsford are allowed to cut inside too easily and they find Crellin-Myers who hits home from the edge of the area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOOTBALL: Wythenshawe Amateurs demolish Dukinfield

Wythenshawe Amateurs 4 – 0 Dukinfield Town

Wythenshawe Amateurs earned a decisive victory in a game with delivered a dominant performance in the second half from the home side.

There were three clear cut opportunities for the Ammies inside the first 15 minutes, at the Dream Arena,which couldn’t be converted.

But in the 26th minute Pat O’Brien made no mistake collecting the ball on the right and hitting a left foot shot to put Wythenshawe ahead.

O’Brien could have doubled his tally two minutes later, Joel Aikenhead won the ball in midfield found O’Brien’s head but his header just over.

With a 1-0 half time lead Ammies went on the attack from the off,  with a Wrightfree kick from his favourite position denied by the goal keeperagain by Mills.

On the hour mark, Wythenshawe got their second from a Dolan free kick from 30 yards into the far corner.

Ten minutes later it was game over when Rico Colulo won the ball put in a cross from the right to the far post which was met by Wright’s head.

And with three minutes remaining Luke Hibbert was blocked by Mills again but this time slotted the rebound past him to make it 4-0.

 

Wythenshawe Town come from behind to notch up another victory

untitledWythenshawe Town 3-1 Garswood United

Wythenshawe Town came from behind to win  3-1 against bottom of the league Garswood United at the weekend.

The hosts began the game the stronger team, but it was the visitors who could have taken the lead after just seven minutes when a corner taken by Martin Seddon and was met by Matthew Rochford but his header was cleared off the line by the Wythenshawe defence.

Just a minute later Wythenshawe won a penalty after Niall Rhodes was upended by Garswood goalkeeper Stanley Keane, after he latched onto a long ball from captain Richard Gresty. But Keane made up for his error as he saved Antonio Dinchin’s penalty low down to his right.  Read More…

Wythenshawe Town title push continues after win against Crewe

untitledWythenshawe Town are in action at home again this weekend to Garswood United, hoping to follow up their recent victory against Crewe with another win to keep them in contention for the league championship.

A very competitive game saw Wythenshawe Town run out 1-0 winners over Crewe FC on a foggy afternoon at Ericstan Park last week.

The first chance of the game fell to the visitors after just seven minutes, when Captain Nathan Southern picked the ball up on the edge of the Wythenshawe area and spread the ball wide to Ian Carr who was in space just inside the area but he pulled his shot wide of Ben Daniels post in the Wythenshawe goal.

Wythenshawe’s first chance came after eleven minutes when Niall Rhodes picked the ball up 25 yards out but he fired wide of Wes Newton’s goal. The hosts kept the pressure on and after a good spell of possession the ball fell to fullback Vash Dixon 30 yards out but his effort went wide of the Crewe goal.

The best chance of the first half fell to Wythenshawe Town when David Moreno beat the right fullback Nick Farrington and his cross was met by Antonio Dinchin but his shot was saved by the legs of Wes Newton.

Crewe had a chance to take the lead on the stroke of half time when David Lowellette met a cross from Steve Parker but headed wide of Ben Daniels near post.

The hosts started the second half on the front foot and Ash McGrath picked the ball up and ran at the Crewe defence only to see his 25-yard effort go wide of the upright.

Just one minute later Crewe had a great chance to take the lead when they had a throw in deep in the Wythenshawe half and the ball fell to Nick Farrington who’s curling effort whistled just over Ben Daniels crossbar.

On the hour mark Wythenshawe Town took the lead when David Moreno played a through ball to Cyril Owalabi and he cut inside his marker and beat Crewe keeper Wes Newton at his near post from 15 yards. Just eight minutes later Wythenshawe had a chance to double there lead when a corner was defended by the Crewe defence, but the header fell to Niall Rhodes who fired wide from 8 yards.

On 70 minutes Crewe had their best chance of the half to equalise when they caught Wythenshawe on the counter attack and the ball fell to Danny Lowellette who managed to round the on coming keeper Ben Daniels but saw his shot cleared off the line by Vash Dixon.

Wythenshawe ended the game the stronger team and could of doubled their lead when Niall Rhodes twisted and turned his man but shot high and wide of the Crewe goal.

Liverpool fans kick off over appointment of referee for United clash

Some Liverpool fans have expressed concern over the appointment of Wythenshawe-born referee Anthony Taylor  to officiate in their clash with Manchester United on Monday night.

The Empire of the Kop fanzine says the appointment is a “huge controversy”, given the referee’s Wythenshawe roots.

Taylor now  lives in Trafford and according to the Liverpool Echo, claims to be an Altrincham supporter.

The controversy follows fan fury in April when the FA ignored protests from Everton supporters when Taylor their FA Cup semi-final clash with United at Wembley.

Some Liverpool fans are apparently not convinced by assurance of Taylor’s impartiality, although it was been pointed out that Taylor’s roots could just as easily make him a City fan as a red.

 

 

Wythenshawe Town bid for semi-professional status within striking distance

wythtownWythenshawe Town face Ashton Reserves on Saturday in the second round of the MCFA Challenge Trophy and will be hoping their winning streak continues.

The cup tie is a break from league action in which they have maintained their top spot in the in the Cheshire League Premier Division, following an impressive 4-2 victory against Altrincham Reserves last weekend.

The Ericstan Park side have started their campaign in great form, playing fantastic football.  But behind the scenes, the club developments are just as exciting. Read More…

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