Pitchero Non League Newsletter
Login:   Help
Breaking News:
Neighbourly Gesture - Vanarama Conference club Grimsby Town`s young defender Ellis Humble has joined Toolstation Northern Counties East....... Plenty of Positives - Despite going out of the FA Cup at Vanarama Conference North outfit Chorley last Saturday, Chris Willcock, manager of....... Brunt Becomes a Temporary Minsterman - Vanarama Conference club Bristol Rovers` striker Ryan Brunt is to sign for Sky Bet League Two side York City in a one....... Watson Makes Quakers Move - Blyth Spartans defender Ian Watson has had his registration with the Ebac Northern League Premier Division club.... ... Two In - Six Out and a Loan Extension - A wealth of changes have been made at Ryman League Division One South club Walton Casuals following the recent departure........ Ball`s Off to Angels - Tonbridge Angels manager Steve McKimm has strengthened his backline cover by obtaining the services of central....... Puritans Get Midfielder Back - Midfielder Shepherd Murombedzi has returned to Southern League Premier Division club Banbury United following....... Stones Move for Starkey - Phil Starkey has departed AFC Hornchuch and joined fellow Ryman League Premier Division rivals Maidstone United.... `Golden Boot` Winner Transfer-Listed - Southern League Premier Division club Truro City have announced that Ben Watson has been placed on the transfer list. ... Two New Linnets - Mark Beesley, player-manager of Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North club Burscough, has brought in....... Daish Releases Geohaghon - As Liam Daish, the new manager of Vanarama Conference club Nuneaton Town, looks to shuffle the pack to free up.... ... Moatmen Go Fourth - Gresley FC moved up to fourth in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division South table after completing....... Shaw Wins it for Robins - Ilkeston FC moved into fourth place in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division table on Monday night after....... Brackley & K`s Make Cup Progress - There were a couple of FA Cup Second Qualifying Round replays on Monday night.... England `C` Squad Named - On Tuesday, 14th October 2014 at Basaksehir Fatih Terim Stadium, Istanbul (4pm) England `C` will take on Turkey in.... ... George Joins New Saints Management Team - Southern League Premier Division club St Neots Town have announced Liam George as the first of their new.... ... Lever Makes Avenue Switch - Making his debut for Vanarama Conference North club Bradford Park Avenue in the FA Cup draw on Saturday against..... ... Management Team Commit to City - Worcester City have announced that Carl Heeley and Matt Gardiner have committed their futures to the Vanarama Conference North........ Miller Makes Permanent Hythe Return - Ryman League Division One South club Hythe Town have confirmed the signing of 20-year-old striker Ashley Miller from...... Two New Oystermen - Whitstable Town have signed midfielder Josh Algar and re-signed Cameron George from Ryman League Division One.... ...

Latest Baris Northern Counties East League News

			        
Baris Northern Counties East League

Dring Left Frustrated

Frustrated Ian Dring, manager of Baris Northern Counties East League club Selby Town, is desperate to kick-start his reign at Flaxley Road.

0 Comments

Published 25th December 2012

Dring Left Frustrated

The former Nottingham Forest and Mansfield Town player was appointed Robins manager on November 26th but his team have played only one game under his leadership.

Saturday’s Division One match against Pontefract Collieries was the latest to fall foul of the weather.

A host of fixtures have fallen by the wayside due to a combination of frozen or waterlogged pitches, plus a vandalised boiler at Flaxley Road. The club’s next scheduled fixture was a January 9th trip to Albion Sports, but the Pontefract game has now been relisted for Saturday, December 29th.

Dring’s side are nine points adrift at the bottom but with three games in hand and the manager said: “It’s horrendous.

“We are training all the time but we want to be playing games. It’s been stop-start since I came in. I’ve only had one game with the lads and that’s not good.

“We’ve trained twice in the week and had a friendly run out at Brigg Town, but you need match fitness. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do about the weather.”

He added: “I have been able to get my ideas across to the players in training and the new lads have settled in.

“There is good banter between the players, but it’s not the same as playing matches. It’s a bit of a nightmare, but I suppose there are other clubs in the same situation.”

That one fixture was a 2-1 defeat away to leaders Athersley Recreation. After a goalless opening hour, Selby took the lead before succumbing to two late goals.

Dring said: “We did well against Athersley and hopefully we can carry that on.

“In the position we are in, the quicker we can get back playing and picking up points the better.”

[Source: York Press]
Tags: News | Selby Town RSS