Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Accrington Stanley’

Despite all the troubles going on around them, the youth team traveled to Accrington Stanley on Saturday and pulled off a 3-2 league victory.

Many of the youth team have been the unsung, and also unpaid, heroes of recent weeks as the Blues have attempted to fulfill their Conference fixtures.  Sam Coutler scored twice with Kieran Mills Evans adding the third for the young Blues.

Read Full Post »

St Partrick’s Athletic have today announced the capture of former Chester City player Rhyl Meynell.  Meynell joins the Tribesmen alongside former Accrington Stanley centre back Bee Ami who has also been recruited during St Pat’s pre-season preparations.

Read Full Post »

Local press reports have tipped midfield player Anthony Barry to be the first to leave the Deva Stadium when the January Transfer window opens in a matter of hours. 

Reports suggest Barry may well have played his last game for the troubled Deva Stadium club, with at least two clubs preparing to offer the former Everton trainee a contract.

Barry, along with a number of other Chester first team squad players, have been watched regularly over the past months as the Football Conference basement clubs financial woes gathered momentum. A number of the senior players are still awaiting their November salaries, and the December wages become due next week.

It is understood that ambitious Fleetwood Town are preparing to offer Barry terms, whilst Wrexham are also known to be keen to add the midfielder to their payroll.

Barry suffered an unfortunate training ground hamstring injury last Wednesday which will keep him out of action until next week, and with the transfer window opening on Friday it is expected he will move on.

Barry is in his second full season with City, after joining from Yeovil Town in June 2008. The player started his career as a junior with Everton, before enjoying spells with Coventry City and Accrington Stanley, he joined Yeovil in January 2006.

Other City players who have been watched by other clubs recently and could well be on the move in the transfer window are central defender Shaun Kelly, former Wales youth international midfield player James Owen, and ex Everton striker Nick Chadwick. Any outgoings will reduce Chester’s playing strength to farcical levels, which will make the hardworking City boss Jim Harvey’s job even more difficult.

Read Full Post »

League Two side Macclesfield Town have signed former Liverpool academy and Chester City striker Craig Lindfield on a short-term contract.

The 21-year-old was a free agent after leaving Liverpool in August and is set to join the Silkmen’s squad for the Boxing Day clash with Shrewsbury.

Lindfield won two FA Youth Cups with Liverpool and also collected seven England Under-19 caps. While with Liverpool he had loan spells at Accrington Town, AFC Bournemouth, Chester City and Notts County.

Read Full Post »