By Robert Summerscales Nantwich Town assistant manager Phil Staley is to retire from football due to ill health. Staley, who joined the club in February, had agreed to take caretaker charge after last week’s departure of Jimmy Quinn.
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Nantwich Town have unveiled an advert to appoint a successor to Jimmy Quinn. The club is looking to bring in a new head coach to revive the team’s flagging Evo-Stik Premier League fortunes.
Nantwich Town have shown the door to manager Jimmy Quinn after a poor run of results ended in a home defeat in the Doodson Cup. The Dabbers’ 3-1 defeat to lower league Curzon Ashton was the last straw for the Weaver Stadium board.
By Robert Summerscales Nantwich Town’s home game with Blyth Spartans has been called off because of a waterlogged pitch. Heavy rain over the last 24 hours has once again left the Weaver Stadium pitch unplayable.
Nantwich Town slumped to another defeat on the road when they lost 3-0 away at Ilkeston FC tonight (March 4). The Dabbers were well beaten by some sharp finishing and have now lost six of their last seven matches.
By Robert Summerscales New loan signing Nicky Platt could make his debut for Nantwich Town against Marine tonight. The 25-year-old midfielder has signed on a month-long deal from FC United of Manchester.
By James Briscoe Nantwich Town skipper Darren Moss continued his heroics leading the Dabbers to a vital away victory. Moss (pictured) scored his side’s first goal in six hours in boss Jimmy Quinn’s 100th match.
By Robert Summerscales Nantwich Town leading goalscorer Sean Cooke is set to leave and join AFC Fylde, it emerged today. Cooke has been one of the stars for the Dabbers this season, but looks set to be heading out of the Weaver Stadium.
By Robert Summerscales Nantwich Town manager Jimmy Quinn insists he was pleased with his side despite a 2-0 home defeat to Rushall Olympic. The Dabbers conceded twice in the opening 12 minutes, and played for 80 minutes without keeper Jon Brain (pictured).
By James Briscoe Nantwich Town have signed Aaron Cole from Conference North’s Hinckley and former Derby County trainee Chris Jones, both 20. Cole also started his career at Derby and has played at Stockport County, Barrow and Hinckley.
Nantwich Town manager Jimmy Quinn has added to his team with the signing of centre-half Charlie Raglan. The former Port Vale, Stockport and Hinckley United player will make his debut at home to Whitby Town tomorrow (February 9).
By Robert Summerscales Nantwich Town boss Jimmy Quinn is keen to put the 3-0 drubbing at Hednesford behind them and look ahead to their next match. The Dabbers were well beaten by promotion hopefuls who included ex Nantwich favourites Michael Lennon and Dave MacPherson.
By Robert Summerscales Nantwich Town will return to league action after a three-week absence when they make the trip to title-chasing Hednesford Town. The Dabbers’ campaign has been disrupted by adverse weather, seeing them slip down the Evo-Stik Premier League to 13th.