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  1. Memories from your first football matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | BBC News

    ... V Newcastle in 1996. I remember taking my signature book just in case I saw Ian Woan after the match! Kean In: Altrincham v Whitby in Feb 2003-ish- Colin Little scored a hat trick in a 4-0 win and gave me a high give. A hero was made! Charlie Keegan ...

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  2. These next three matches are crucial, warns Aldershot Town caretaker boss BarkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Fleet News and Mail

    ... for the 34-year-old after he inadvertently deflected in James Lawrie's angled effort 17 minutes from time. While Altrincham just about edged an otherwise disappointing contest, the Shots weren't without their chances with Jordan Roberts smashing a ...

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  3. Altrincham 1 Aldershot Town 0Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Messenger Newspapers

    Goalkeeper Stuart Coburn makes a superb late save to ensure Altrincham took all three points from the game. Picture by Michael Ripley After their disappointing exit from the FA Trophy a fortnight ago and a blank weekend due to snow, Altrincham returned to Conference league action with this narrow victory over 18th-placed Aldershot Town.

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  4. Own goal misery for Aldershot Town caretaker chief BarkerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 7 | Fleet News and Mail

    Chris Barker scored an own goal in his first match as Aldershot Town caretaker manager as his side went down 1-0 at Altrincham - their ninth league defeat from ten matches Chris Barker scored an own goal as Aldershot Town went down 1-0 at Altrincham in his first match in caretaker charge Chris Barker suffered the worst possible start to his reign as Aldershot Town caretaker player-manager after scoring the own goal which led to a fifth straight league defeat. The 34-year-old left-back was taking charge of the Shots for the first time following the sacking of Andy Scott two weeks ago.

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  5. Kidderminster Harriers 0 Altrincham 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    ALTRINCHAM advanced into the last 16 of the FA Trophy, non-League's most prestigious cup competion, with a hard-earned away win at Conference promotion contenders Kidderminster Harriers. Alty had crashed 4-0 at Aggborough in the league match between these sides earlier in the season but a repeat of that score was never on the cards on a bitterly cold and blustery afternoon in Worcestershire.

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  6. Lee Sinnott gives his Altrincham players a perfect 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2015 | Messenger Newspapers

    Captain Shaun Densmore on one of the few occasions he managed to get forward during the second half at Kidderminster LEE Sinnott gave his players 10 out of 10 for effort after they kept their Wembley dream alive with another outstanding show of resilience on the road at Kidderminster on Saturday. Alty made it three straight away wins without a goal conceded in the 1-0 FA Trophy second round victory.

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  7. Gary Whild: Unhappy with some of his senior players.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2015 | Worcester News

    FURIOUS Kidderminster Harriers boss Gary Whild threatened to wield the axe after watching his side lose 1-0 to Altrincham and crash out of the FA Trophy. Harriers were shot down by Damian Reeves' 20th-minute strike in the second round as they suffered a third successive defeat at Aggborough.

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  8. Harriers boss threatens to make changes after FA Trophy exitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2015 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    FURIOUS Harriers Gary Whild manager has threatened to wield the axe after watching his side lose 1-0 to Altrincham and crash out of the FA Trophy yesterday. Harriers were shot down by Damian Reeves's 20th minute strike as they suffered a third successive defeat at Aggborough.

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  9. Keeper's heroics ends Harriers' Trophy hopesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2015 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    Kidderminster fell behind to Damian Reeves' 20th minute penalty but Reid fired a spot-kick over the bar late in the first half. The hosts piled on the pressure and were denied by Altrincham keeper Stuart Coburn, who made a slew of saves.

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  10. Eastleigh's unbeaten Conference home record endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2015 | Daily Echo

    Despite their dominance Eastleigh 's unbeaten home record in the Vanarama Conference ended after a 2-0 defeat to a feisty Altrincham side at the Silverlake Stadium this afternoon. The Spitfires went down to ten men with 20 minutes remaining after Michael Green was shown a second yellow and dropped out the play-offs after Kidderminster's win at Dartford.

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  11. Eastleigh's unbeaten Conference home record endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2015 | Hampshire Chronicle

    Despite their dominance Eastleigh 's unbeaten home record in the Vanarama Conference ended after a 2-0 defeat to a feisty Altrincham side at the Silverlake Stadium this afternoon. The Spitfires went down to ten men with 20 minutes remaining after Michael Green was shown a second yellow and dropped out the play-offs after Kidderminster's win at Dartford.

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  12. 2014 sporting review of the year: FebruaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2014 | Staffordshire Newsletter

    STAFFORD Rangers boss Graham Heathcote swooped to bring in three new signings in the battle to avoid the drop, as former England C team midfielder Lewis Chalmers, ex-Altrincham winger Brian Smirkle and left-sided defender Joe Ballinger all arrived at Marston Road. After a defeat to Frickley and a draw against Blyth Spartans, Boro claimed a massive 3-0 away win at Stocksbridge.

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  13. Chester FC 0 Altrincham 2: Alty freeze out neighbours with super victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2014 | Messenger Newspapers

    ... Coburn, from John Rooney's free kick thwarted the hosts. After that Chester were relatively toothless as the Altrincham back four kept them at bay. And it was Alty's two central defenders who had the luxury of getting forward to score both goals. ...

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  14. Player stamina pleases Altrincham coach Lee Sinnott after battling point at Forest GreenRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2014 | Messenger Newspapers

    The Altrincham and Forest Green players before Saturday's 1-1 draw, pictured as part of the FA's Christmas Truce campaign LEE Sinnott saluted his Altrincham players' stamina and steel after they went the extra mile to prise a point off promotion hopefuls Forest Green Rovers at The New Lawn on Saturday. With barely four days' breathing space after Tuesday night's long trip to Woking, Alty dredged up reserves of resilience and made light of going behind early on to force a 1-1 draw with a superbly-struck second-half equaliser from centre-back Tom Marshall.

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  15. Altrincham fight back to claim creditable point at big-spenders Forest Green RoversRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2014 | Messenger Newspapers

    The Altrincham and Forest Green Rovers players line-up together before their match on Saturday as part of the FA's Christmas Truce campaign A FEATURE of Altrincham's season has been the team's generally good results against the leading teams and so it proved again at the weekend with a 1-1 draw at well-financed Gloucestershire side Forest Green Rovers. Altrincham started on the back foot and fell behind in the seventh minute when quickly taken throw caught them napping.

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  16. Player stamina pleases Altrincham coach Lee Sinnott after battling point at Forest GreenRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2014 | Messenger Newspapers

    The Altrincham and Forest Green players before Saturday's 1-1 draw, pictured as part of the FA's Christmas Truce campaign LEE Sinnott saluted his Altrincham players' stamina and steel after they went the extra mile to prise a point off promotion hopefuls Forest Green Rovers at The New Lawn on Saturday. With barely four days' breathing space after Tuesday night's long trip to Woking, Alty dredged up reserves of resilience and made light of going behind early on to force a 1-1 draw with a superbly-struck second-half equaliser from centre-back Tom Marshall.

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  17. Marriott ends goal famine to fire Woking FC up to secondRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2014 | Surrey Advertiser

    Jack Marriott ended his 12-match goal drought and steered Woking FC up to the heady heights of second in the Vanarama Conference. The 20-year-old Ipswich Town striker set up Tuesday's 2-0 victory over Altrincham when he bundled the ball into the net from close-range three minutes after half time.

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  18. Sinnott takes encouragement from defeat to high-flyersRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2014 | Messenger Newspapers

    LEE Sinnott detected more signs of progress from his developing Altrincham team after they threatened to stall Woking's promotion push before succumbing to a 2-0 defeat at Kingfield on Tuesday night. Woking remain in the thick of the promotion race, but could easily have been trailing at half-time, after Tom Marshall was harshly judged to have fouled the keeper, as he bundled the ball over the line.

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  19. Scott Leather claps the crowd as Altrincham take to the pitch on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2014 | Messenger Newspapers

    THREE late goals in 10 minutes saw Altrincham turn around a two-goal deficit to produce a dramatic victory at the Racecourse Ground. Unchanged from the team that drew at home to Grimsby the previous week, Alty looked doomed at 2-0 down and reduced to 10 men following the sending off of Scott Leather.

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  20. Sinnott praises Alty battlersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | Messenger Newspapers

    LEE Sinnott was full of praise for his Altrincham side's battling qualities after they came storming back to earn a richly- deserved point with a last-minute Scott Leather leveller at The J. Alty absorbed the blow of going behind to a 67th-minute goal from promotion-chasing Grimsby and salvaged a dramatic 1-1 draw, as centre- back Leather expertly flicked home a cross with seconds remaining. "Grimsby had been exerting a bit of pressure themselves prior to their goal, and Stuart Coburn pulled off a world-class save just before it," "The game could have just petered out, and it did drift a bit for a few minutes.

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