Tag "Football"


French Connection would hit the Muratti

CRAIG CULKIN has announced that his preferred option would be for a potential Jersey FC to play their football in the French – rather than English – league structure. However, although it is merely a suggestion at present, any involvement in French football would put huge question marks against the future of the Muratti.

Vance wary of ‘new manager syndrome’


AFTER going for youth in their search for a new manager, Hastings United will be looking for the perfect start to their new era when they host Guernsey FC tomorrow.

Guernsey U18s 0, London U18s 2


THEY showed signs of promise but, ultimately, a lack of a cutting edge again put paid to Guernsey’s hopes of national glory at the first hurdle on Saturday.

GFC duo move in opposite directions


NIGEL HUTTON has become the latest Guernsey FC player to make Rovers his Priaulx League home, although Tom Martin has opted to leave Port Soif.

Marquand's brace earns Saints a point


DANNY MARQUAND has a habit of blowing hot and cold on the football pitch, but he was on fire for half-an-hour after half-time at Blanche Pierre Lane on Friday night.

Guernsey FC 0, Folkestone Invicta 0

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A HARD-EARNED point was Guernsey FC's reward for showing what manager Tony Vance described as 'great character' at Footes Lane on Saturday afternoon.

Vance not willing to risk Allen

Guernsey FC v Walton & Hersham. Tony Vance and Ross Allen pictures

ROSS ALLEN will not travel to in-form Faversham today as Tony Vance plots to keep the Green Lions’ winning run going against a side he refers to as ‘the Stoke City of the Ryman South’.

GFC back with a bang

Photo By Steve Sarre 10-09-14Footes Lane Football actionGFC V Threebridges

AFTER watching Guernsey FC’s season roar back into gear at Footes Lane last night, Tony Vance has urged his team to use it as a springboard.

Ryan tips balance for Bels

Photo By Steve Sarre 09-09-14The TrackBels v Rangers football action

RYAN TIPPETT, the former Tranmere Rover and Muratti star, has wasted no time in showing his worth to Bels.

The match-winner is back

Guernsey FC v Walton & Hersham. Ball boy and Ross Allen celebrate winning goal

HE COULD not have left it any later, but Ross Allen may just have provided the spark to ignite Guernsey FC’s campaign.