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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.

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Morecambe have taken former Liverpool youngster Craig Lindfield on trial, according to reports in the local press.

Lindfield is looking for a new club after having his contract at Liverpool cancelled by mutual consent.

The 21-year-old came through the ranks with the Reds and helped them win the FA Youth Cup in 2006 and 2007.

However, Lindfield failed to make the breakthrough into the Anfield first-team being sent out on loan to the likes of Notts County, Bournemouth, Chester City and Accrington Stanley in the last few years.

Lindfield had been on trial at Carlisle last month, but a deal failed to materialise.

Morecambe have now offered the talented striker the chance to win a move to Christie Park and Shrimps boss Sammy McIllroy will cast an eye over him in training before deciding whether or not to pursue his interest.

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Premier opposition when Chester City visit Giant Axe on Monday October 5 in the Second Qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup.

Following their excellent 4-0 preliminary round win over Salford, City’s youth side were given a bye in the next round when Warrington Town withdrew to set up the Chester tie.

The visitors will prove to be a tough test for them but if they can perform as they did against Salford, they should give a good account of themselves.

The match kicks off at 7.45pm with admission being £4 for adults and £2 for juniors.

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LANCASTER’S Under 18s get the opportunity to test themselves against Blue Square Premier opposition when Chester City visit Giant Axe on Monday October 5 in the Second Qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup.
Following their excellent 4-0 preliminary round win over Salford, City’s youth side were given a bye in the next round when Warrington Town withdrew to set up the Chester tie.

The visitors will prove to be a tough test for them but if they can perform as they did against Salford, they should give a good account of themselves.

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Chester City’s young starlets have again made progress into the next stage of the FA Youth Cup after a one nil away win away at Merseysiders, Marine FC.

Congratulations lads!  The youngsters now face an away trip to Lancaster City in the next stage of the competition.  We wish them all well.

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Chester City’s youngsters will now travel to face Marine in the next stage of the FA Youth Cup.  The match will be played at College Road later this month.

This was the reward for a well earned one nil victory away at Nantwich Town

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Chester City’s promising band of youngster progressed to the next round of the FA Youth Cup in midweek with a well deserved one nil victory over Cheshire rivals Nantwich Town at the Weaver Stadium.

Chester’s winner was scored by Centre of excellence scholar  Gethin Maxwell.

Good luck lads in the next round

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