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‘Shake On It’ New Two Year Deal For Gainsborough Boss

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After keeping Gainsborough Trinity in the Vanarama National League North Dave Frecklington has agreed a new two year deal writes Tom Feaheny

Frecklington took over in February from Dom Roma after leaving Lincoln United. His remit was to ensure they stayed up and that is what happened due to results going their way on the last day.

Speaking to Lincolnshire Live after signing the contract Frecklington says it is a relief to know his future is secure.

“It was a really, really tough run in and we managed to get over the line. The chairman has rewarded us both with two-year deals.

“It gives us a certain amount of stability at the club and that is really important when you are trying to sign players.

We both want to be here for the long term and now we have a period of time to get to our work.”

Their safety was only assured on the last day after Worcester City lost to AFC Fylde. This meant Trinity’s 5-1 defeat to FC United of Manchester did not result in their stay in the division ending.

Before that loss they had picked up key results including drawing against both Kiddersminster Harriers and Brackley Town. While they also beat play-off hopefuls Salford City.




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I work as a freelance journalist for The Non-League Paper, Yorkshire Evening Post, Yorkshire Post, North-West Evening Mail and others, based in Yorkshire, I am always at a game on a Tuesday and Saturday when the season is on, I started following non-league at the age of 10 and have been hooked ever since.

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