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FA TROPHY | Limited places left for Marine hospitality

Our Buildbase FA Trophy journey continues on Saturday, when we welcome Evo-Stik Premier Division side Marine to the Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium. 

 

It’s a perfect opportunity for you to get into the Christmas swing, with a limited supply of hospitality places still remaining in the 1883 Lounge. Tickets have been discounted to just £25 which includes admission to the match, a glass of our pre-match punch, access to our Christmas buffet and free match day programme plus take part in our party games which will be in full swing throughout the afternoon.

 

On the day there will be plenty of entertainment in the room with some prize giveaways. This is an ideal opportunity to watch the game in style at a special price. There’s also sponsorship packages available and ten people can book for £300 + VAT which includes many additional benefits for a business to promote their brand.

To book your places ring: 01257 230007 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

MAGPIES SAY A FOND FARWELL TO TOM SMYTH

We would like to pass on our best wishes to Tom Smyth who has been released by the club.

Tom, who arrived at Chorley from Colwyn Bay in the summer of 2014, looked to be forming a formidable partnership with captain Andy Teague last season until injuries began to blight his season.  In a bid to build up his fitness this season he has played for both Ashton United and Trafford, while still registered with Chorley, but has now moved on to find regular football.

Talking about the news he said: “I’m gutted to be leaving the club but I need game time. Injuries obviously haven’t helped me, but I’d like to give a big thanks to everyone for their love and support. I’d like to wish the club all the very best of luck this season and hopefully go one better than last season. Victory Park is a great place with great people behind it.”

In other news, fellow defender Adam Dodd has signed dual registration forms with local rivals Bamber Bridge. Adam joined the club at the same time as Tom and has also suffered from injuries. He is now back to full fitness but has joined Brig to regain much needed match sharpness.

Striker Marcus Carver and defender Chris Doyle have returned to their parent clubs, Accrington Stanley and Morecambe respectively. Due to loan rules, it means neither cannot return to the club until the January transfer window opens. Manager Matt Jansen said: “Marcus has been great for us and I’m sure we’ll see him again in the distant future while everyone knows what Chris is capable of and he's been immense whenever he has played for either myself of Garry."

 

Marcus Carver and Chris Doyle

Magpie In The Spotlight ...

CENTRAL MIDFIELDER

Adam made his debut for Chorley back in October 2005, coming off the bench to score in a four-one defeat at Bridlington Town during Shaun Teale’s spell as manager.

He played academy football with Everton, where he played alongside Wayne Rooney, and then with Bolton Wanderers before signing apprentice forms at Southport and then moving to Runcorn Halton from where joined the Magpies for the first time.

He sampled Australian football following the end of his first spell at Victory Park, then had a brief spell with Burscough before signing for Radcliffe in September 2008.  He was a regular on the score sheet at Stainton Park and caught the eye of Garry Flitcroft who then brought him back to Chorley in late January 2011.

Originally signed as a centre forward, Adam struggled to hold down a place in the side until switching to the right side of midfield toward the end of 2010/11 season and played a massive role in the clubs play-off success in the Evo-Stik Division One North promotion season.

Since then Adam has evolved into a central midfielder with an eye of a spectacular goal, none more so than is famour 95th minute equaliser at Boston United in the 2014/15 Conference North play-off semi final

FORMER CLUBS: Southport, Runcorn Halton, Chorley, Austrialian Football, Burscough, Radcliffe Borough.

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