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May 2000

Kenning looks to the new season
Gresley Rovers' manager Brian kenning has been told about the budget for the next playing season. He is though, in the process of contacting Steve Spooner to discuss his future.
Moat Woe is Easing
Gresley Rovers' battle against a cash crisis is to come under the spotlight when the club holds its annual meeting next month. For the first time in several seasons, the event is to be held against a backdrop of an improving financial situation rather than gathering gloom.

June 2000

Double Joy For Kenno
Gresley Rovers boss Brian Kenning hopes a mixture of youth and experience will strengthen his side after a double swap secured the services of 19 year old Carl Middleton and 35 year old Steve Devine.

July 2000

Selby provides competition for Wright
Gresley Rovers goalkeeper Ian Wright is facing a battle to retain his No 1 jersey next season after boss Brian Kenning snapped up the experienced Richard Selby from Hinkley United.
News for the new season
Rovers season tickets will go on sale week beginning 24th July with the Moatmen also launching a new initiative to get fans through the turnstiles.
Moatmen on the TV
Gresley Rovers' Bass Vase game against Derby County on Monday is to be featured on satellite television.

August 2000

Rovers unveil new kit
Rovers have unveiled their first new kit since the Moat Ground club won the Dr Martens Championship in 1997.
New Players
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September 2000

Rovers' King in surgery scare
Gresley Rovers' Dave King was set to undergo a specialist scan on the troublesome knee that threatens to rule him of football until Christmas.
Gardner boost as Rovers look to end dismal run
New signing Richard Gardner is poised to make his debut for Gresley Rovers' trip to Cirencester Town on Saturday.
Life's topsy-turvy for Kenning
Brian Kenning's up and down season as Gresley Rovers' boss continued this week with two new signings being followed by the shock exit of midfielder Matt Boyles.

October 2000

Gresley girls on goal trail
Gresley Rovers ladies hope to cement their table-topping position by beating their archrivals Burton Albion at the Moat Ground on Sunday. Kick off 2.00pm.
Gresley Rovers - the next 100 Years
To mark the centenary of Gresley Rovers Football Club in 1982 the late Brian Spare produced "Gresley Rovers - 100 Years".
Tucker Luck For Kenning
Brian Kenning (pictured) finally ended his long search for a striker last night by snapping up Carlisle youngster Simon Tucker, then urged the rest of the team to "wade in with a few" to get Gresley's season going.
Rovers seek a hat-trick
Gresley Rovers boss Brian Kenning wants to score a hat-trick tomorrow (14th) - but he will not be straying onto the pitch.
Moat chief sees red
Gresley Rovers are to consider making an appeal against the sending off of midfielder Steve Coates during Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Bedworth United.
Striker Kitching sinks lay-off fears
It may be some 10 weeks away but Gresley Rovers boss Brian Kenning already has plans afoot to bring some Christmas cheer to the Moat ground faithful. When Neil Kitching broke his leg some eight months ago it marked the start of a frustrating period for the Moat boss and he has had to endure the sight of his side throwing away vital league points by not being able to score goals.
Gee force
Former Derby and Leicester striker Phil Gee is back on the goal trail - with Gresley's veteran's team.
Norton Picks Up Lengthy Ban
Assistant Gary Norton has received a 12-week suspension after being sent off late in the 2-2 home draw with Boldmere recently.
Wright gets his chance
Ian Wright is recalled to the Gresley Rovers side for tomorrow's Moat Ground clash with Shepshed Dynamo (3pm) after Richard Selby was ruled out for two weeks with ligament damage in his shoulder.
News for the game against Tiverton
Kenning may well spring a surprise by giving 19-year-old goalkeeper Ian Simms his Rovers debut.
Shepshed in for Tucker
Shepshed Dynamo are on the trail of Gresley Rovers striker Simon Tucker - but boss Brian Kenning is confident of hanging onto his 19-year-old hotshot as his long wait to find a striker who knows where the net is may have been rewarded big time.

November 2000

Rovers boss Kenno turns juggler
Gresley Rovers made the trip north to take on FA Umbro Trophy first round opponents North Ferriby United Saturday (3 pm), with manager Brian Kenning needing to jiggle his squad.
Kenno - Rovers need to play like Albion
Gresley Rovers boss Brian Kenning has urged his side to take a leaf out of neighbours Burton Albion's book as he searches for more consistency.
Simms debut
Young goalkeeper Ian Sims will make his Gresley Rovers league debut at home to Gloucester City (Saturday KO 3pm).
Rovers' old boys on Trophy trail
Gresley Rovers stars from the past line up for an Umbro Veterans Trophy clash with Derby based Kingsway Vets at the Moat Ground tomorrow (Weds ko 7.30pm).
Hot shot Acklam
Paul Acklam played another starring role as Gresley veterans continued their good form in the Umbro national tournament with a 4-1 victory over Kingsway at the Moat Ground on Wednesday night.
Moat boss to axe flops
Gresley Rovers chief Brian Kenning plans to wield the axe after seeing his side sink to a 3-1 home defeat by Gloucester City at the Moat Ground on Saturday.
Kenning keeps faith
Gresley Rovers boss Brian Kenning will keep faith with young goalkeeper Ian Simms for the Dr Martens Western Division trip to fourth placed Evesham United.
King set for battle Royal
Gresley Rovers boss Brian Kenning has drafted striker Dave King into his squad for Tues night clash with Sutton Coldfield Town as he bids to find the goals to lift his side out of the bottom four.
Kenno wants errors cut out
Gresley Rovers boss Brian Kenning was in a mood after seeing his side collect three vital points from a 3-2 victory over Sutton Coldfield Town at a rain-soaked Moat Ground last night.
Dismayed Kenno keeps counting the cost
Brian Kenning thinks goalkeeping errors have cost his Gresley Rovers side 10 goals so far this season.
Kenno in Bald move
Gresley Rovers' 16-year-old goalkeeper Simon Baldwin is restored to the starting line-up for tomorrow's Dr Martens Western Division clash against struggling Cinderford Town (3pm).
Moat Mick's unlucky break
Gresley Rovers go into tonight's Derbyshire Senior Cup third round clash at home to Graham Street Prims (7.45) without striker Mick Sandar after the front man broke his leg in a work accident.

December 2000

Reserve Team Recent Signings
Kenno gets the bullet
Brian Kenning was this morning sacked as manager of Gresley Rovers, moments after revealing his desire to stay put at the club and "put thing right".
Titterton takes over
Alan Titterton has not ruled himself out of applying for the job of Gresley Rovers manager after being appointed caretaker boss in the wake of yesterday's (Thurs) sacking of Brian Kenning.
Moat boss's dream start
Caretaker boss Alan Titterton did his chances of becoming full-time Gresley Rovers manager nothing but good on Saturday as his team hammered East Staffordshire rivals Rocester 4-0 to claim a place in the third round of the FA Umbro Trophy.
Al standing by his man
Gresley Rovers' caretaker manager Alan Titterton has pledged loyalty to keeper Ian Wright - after signing a replacement.
FA Umbro Trophy 3rd round to be played January 13th 2001
Gresley Rovers' reward for beating North Ferriby in the second round is an unattractive but eminently winnable visit to UniBond Division One strugglers Congleton Town.
All Wright on the night
Alan Titterton will apply for the post of permanent Gresley Rovers' manager if his team can produce a third consecutive victory by over turning Weston super Mare at the Moat Ground on Saturday.
Return of the prodigal son
Justin O'Reilly (pictured right) today rejoined Gresley Rovers, five years after leaving the South Derbyshire club in a record transfer.
Alan makes festive plea
Alan Titterton knows exactly what he wants for Christmas - the chance to prove he's the man to make it a prosperous New Year for Gresley Rovers.
Boss in fan plea
Gresley Rovers caretaker boss Alan Titterton has urged fans to be patient as he looks for his third victory in four games at Rugby United tomorrow (3pm).
Gresley Rovers - 100 Years
To mark the centenary of Gresley Rovers Football Club in 1982 the late Brian Spare produced "Gresley Rovers - 100 Years," a history of the club based on information collected by Burton Mail sports editor Rex Page for a series published in the Mail's "Green 'Un", from the extensive records of club historian and statistician Derrick Kinsey and from Brian's own wealth of knowledge of the club's past.
Moat star in race row
Gresley Rovers midfielder Mark Peters was at the centre of a race row today after he was sent-off during the Moatmen's 1-0 Dr Martens Western Division victory at Rugby United on Saturday.
Harmony at the Moat as results improve
Most managers and chairman endure rather than enjoy sometimes barely cordial relationships but at Gresley Rovers at least, Mark Evans and his caretaker boss are pulling together during the South Derbyshire club's current limbo.
King Kev
Gresley Rovers caretaker boss Alan Titterton takes his resurgent Gresley Rovers to Racing Club Warwick tomorrow (3pm) pledging to prove his faith in frontman Kevin Allsop.
Boss hits out
Gresley Rovers caretaker boss Alan Titterton has hit out at his players after their dismal showing in the 2-1 defeat to local rivals Rocester.
Albion snap up Moat starlet
Highly rated Gresley Rovers striker Jon Jenkinson has joined Burton Albion in a youth team "swap" deal with attacking midfielder Carl Timms.
Alan's all for change
Caretaker boss Alan Titterton is looking for two things as his Moat Ground reign continues into the New Year - flexibility and competition.
Alan remains in charge
Caretaker manager Alan Titterton will remain in charge for tomorrow's home clash with Redditch United (3pm), where midfielder Mark Dennis is set for his first start in Rovers colours after his move from Burton Albion as the Moat boss looks to add some extra "bite" into his side.

January 2001

John McGinlay is new Moat Boss
At a Press Conference held at the Moat Ground, Mark Evans made the following statement -
FA cuts Peters' ban
Mark Peters, the Gresley Rovers midfielder sent-off after suffering racial abuse, has seen his punishment cut - after the intervention of the referee.
McGinlay ready to get weaving
John McGinlay is itching to get down to business and make his mark in his first managerial role at Gresley Rovers.
Boss takes back seat
New boss John McGinlay will take a back seat if Gresley Rovers' league clash at Solihull Borough gets the go-ahead tomorrow (3pm).
Squad is too large
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay is gearing himself up for a spot of pruning of his squad after admitting, "We've got too many players."
Rovers raise the standard for McGinlay
New Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay watched his team stride to a 4-1 Cup victory at Sutton Coldfield Town (Tues) then declared: "We've set our standards - now let's stick to them."
Moatmen arranging Tucker contract
Prolific striker Simon Tucker looks set to become the first Gresley Rovers player to sign a contract following the lifting of a Football Association ban.
Boss may play
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay may make his playing debut for the club in tomorrows FA Umbro Trophy third round clash at Congleton (3pm).
The long and the short of it!
John McGinlay may be ready to roll up his sleeves and work for the Gresley Rovers cause. But when he takes to the field in a playing capacity the manager's arms stay covered up.
Boss slams sad Rovers
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay hauled his team over the coals after they slipped to a disappointing defeat at Congleton Town on Saturday.
Moat boss left out in the cold
Hailing as he does from Inverness, John McGinlay must be used to seeing the odd flake of snow or hard frost.
Boss's battle plan
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has told his players they must show a lot more fight when they travel to face Blakenhall in the league tomorrow (3pm).
Neil has a ball
Gresley Rovers midfielder Neil Broadhurst topped a memorable week by grabbing a 92nd-minute winner at Blakenhall on Saturday.
McGinlay facing a cup dilemma
Gresley Rovers player-boss John McGinlay faces a dilemma ahead of the trip to Dr Martens Eastern Division Stamford in the third round of the League Cup tonight (Tues 7.45pm).
McGing loses his way and his place
Gresley Rovers goalkeeper Phil McGing looks to have lost his place after being blasted by boss John McGinlay for turning up late for last nights 1-0 defeat at Stamford in the Dr Martens League Cup.
Chairman hails Moat supporters
Gresley Rovers chairman Mark Evans is calling on the club's fan base to turn out in force tomorrow and welcome new manager John McGinlay to the Moat Ground in style.
Gresley Rovers Ladies
Our first league season has gone better then anyone could have imagined. We are currently sitting comfortably at the top of our league with games in hand and through to the semi finals of our League Cup. At the start of the season I expected us to ruffle a few feathers, but we have far exceeded our best expectations.
Baldwin in form
Simon Baldwin has the chance to stake his claim to the Gresley Rovers goalkeeper's jersey when he starts in John McGinlay's first home game as boss against Rugby United.
Proud boss
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay praised his players' powers of self-control after an ill-tempered Dr Martens Western Division clash with Rugby United at the Moat Ground on Saturday.

February 2001

Selby's eye injury fears are eased
Manager John McGinlay was forced to take over in goal for Gresley Rovers reserves last night after Richard Selby was taken to hospital with a suspected depressed cheekbone and eye socket following a clash of heads.
McGinlay's trip down Quality Street
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay is poised to kick-start the second phase of his Moat Ground revolution by adding "extra quality" to his squad.
Moat crisis
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay faces a defensive crisis ahead of his side's trip to Dr Martens Western Division strugglers Bromsgrove Rovers tomorrow (3pm).
Reserve News
Neil Kitching made his long awaited comeback for the Reserves at Hinckley a couple of Saturdays ago and did superbly. Hinkley 1st team striker Gary Ricketts gave the home side the lead on 7 minutes converting a left wing cross with a deft header into the top corner past Richard Selby. Kitching equalised on 20 minutes with a superb free kick into the top corner of Greaneys net and the striker made it 2-1 soon after with a far post header from Kev Wagstaffs left wing cross. Justin Tyrell made it 3-1 on 35 minutes after a great throughball from Lewis Millington found him in space, the Birmingham based lad finished well lifting the ball over the advancing keeper and into the empty net HT 1-3. Rovers made it 4-1 early in the second half when Kev Wagstaff converted from close range on 50 minutes. FT 1-4
Rovers' seal of approval
Gresley Rovers have received an official seal of approval from Derbyshire police over their match day safety policy.
Moat coup
John McGinlay today described his first signing as being " a bit of a coup" for the club after tempting defender Barry Woolley away from Rocester.
McGinlay on a Moat Ground mission
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay hopes playing high-flying Solihull Borough at the Moat Ground tomorrow will suit his side down to the ground.
John's home truths
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay lectured his team for more than 40 minutes after a dismal display at home to Solihull Borough on Saturday.
Weekend Results
Rovers reserves won 2-0 at Barwell in the Challenge Bowl. Nick Allman opened the scoring just after the quarter hour when a 20-yard run ended with a 15-yard drive, which beat Athletic keeper Robert Lawrenson.
Love match
Soccer fan Jamie Wright found his match of the day on Saturday - after proposing to sweetheart Lindsey Stretton over Gresley Rovers tannoy system.
Striker Rav revs up for Rovers debut
On the day he announced the signing of Wednesfield striker Ravi Sangha, Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has blasted two players released by the club.
Rovers owe a debt of honour
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has said a number of his players "owe him one" after last Saturday's 2-0 defeat at home to Solihull Borough.
Same old story as Moatmen are sunk
It was a case of "here we go again" for Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay as he saw his side comprehensively defeated for the second consecutive game on Saturday.
Hip hooray for Ravi!
If there was one encouraging sign to come out of Gresley Rovers' 3-0 defeat at league leaders Hinckley United last week it was the performance of new signing Ravi Sangha.
Phil Barber
Gresley fans could be forgiven for thinking 'Phil who?' when Phil Barber arrived at the Moatground along with John McGinlay. In fact no one was more surprised at the appointment than Phil Barber himself.
John goes for goals
John McGinlay is hoping Gresley Rovers will hit the goal trail at home to Bedworth United tomorrow (Sat 3pm).
Boss sees positives
John McGinlay spared his Gresley Rovers players a rollicking after their third consecutive Dr Martens Western Division defeat on Saturday.
McGinlay set to complete double swoop
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay is looking to complete a double swoop.
Moat boss planning for the future
John McGinlay is slowly beginning to put his mark on Gresley Rovers as he starts to build for next season.

March 2001

Double debut?
Gresley Rovers' two new signings could make the debuts at third placed Mangotsfield United tomorrow (Sat 3 pm).
River Plate not Moat Ground
Off the wall Aston Villa manager John Gregory has invoked the hallowed name of Dr Martens Division Western Division Gresley Rovers in an effort to gee-up his under-performing star striker Juan Pablo Angel.
Moat plus points
Gresley Rovers player-boss John McGinlay was looking on the bright side despite seeing his side suffer their fourth successive defeat when beaten 2-1 by third placed Mangotsfield United on Saturday.
McGinlay swoops for former team-mate
Gresley Rovers have signed midfielder David Donaldson - a former team-mate of boss John McGinlay.
Moatmen missing a little bit of luck
Gresley Rovers box John McGinlay reckons just the rub of the green stands between his team and a return to winning ways at Shepshed on Saturday.
Moat boss adds more Bantam weight
John McGinlay's Moat Ground signing spree continued today with the capture of another of his former Bradford City team-mates.
Moatmen searching for elusive victory
John McGinlay has urged his Gresley Rovers side to build on their last two performances and secure a much-needed victory at Shepshed Dynamo this afternoon (3pm).
Boss must pick up the pieces
"Gutted" Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay takes his team to Atherstone United tonight (Mon 7.30pm) desperate to avoid a seventh consecutive Dr Martens Western Division defeat.
McGinlay delighted as losing streak ends
Gresley Rovers ended their run of six straight defeats with a hard-earned draw at Atherstone last night (Mon) to leave manager John McGinlay the most relieved man in Dr Martens Western Division.
Boss backs Barry
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has told the critics to stop "victimising" defender Barry Woolley.
Selby's Moat exit
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay hopes to secure the services of on-loan goalkeeper James Lindley for the rest of the season following Richard Selby's move to Shepshed Dynamo.
McGinlay vows to battle on at the Moat
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has vowed to fight on after announcing he would be "reviewing his position" following Saturday's 3-0 defeat by Blakenall.
Nice to see you Forsyth
Defender Michael Forsyth looks certain to make his Gresley Rovers debut tonight after joining the Moatmen on loan from Burton Albion.
Barber gets the chop
Gresley Rovers coach Phil Barber has fallen victim to a round of cost cutting at the Moat Ground, just two-and-a-half months since he arrived as John McGinlay's assistant.
Smiles at the Moat
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has turned psychologist this week in an effort to lighten the mood of his beleaguered Moatmen.
WANTED! Junior Footballers...
As part of our planned Youth Soccer Development Programme we are seeking Boys/Girls from 7 years old and upwards with a view to establishing an entire Youth Soccer Infrastructure for the coming season.
Rovers versus Romans for Barry
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has guaranteed Dr Martens Western Division rivals Rocester has a fight on their hands to prise away central defender Barry Woolley away from the Moat ground.
Youth and Veteran News
Gresley Rovers youth team top scorer Matt Moran completed his hat-trick with a last minute penalty to reward a fighting display as the Moatmen gained a point from a 4-4 draw at Sutton Coldfield last night.
The Future Starts Here
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has described tonight's trip to bottom of the table Cinderford Town (7.45) as "our most important game of the season." in Team Talk
This website (the official Gresley Rovers website) has been featured in the April edition of 'Team Talk magazine'.
Lindley to Stay
Gresley Rovers have secured the services of goalkeeper James Lindley until the end of the season.
McGinlay musters his troops
John McGinlay is facing up to the prospect of having to juggle all his playing resources as he prepares for what will be a hectic start to next month.
Boss hangs back
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay today revealed today that he has resisted the temptation to bring in another striker before transfer deadline tomorrow.
Management? It's just kid's stuff for Aiden
A would-be Gresley Rovers manager has led the team out at the Moat Ground - as mascot.
A little late relief
John McGinlay was the most relieved man in South Derbyshire on Saturday after a 91st minute goal from skipper Richard Wardle ended Gresley Rovers' run of 10 Dr Martens Western Division games without a victory.

April 2001

Boss's fixture fury
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has urged Dr Martens League chiefs to consider extending the season after being left with what he describes as a "ridiculous" fixture backlog.
Injury and weather cast a cloud
Striker Shaun Bedward is the major doubt ahead of Gresley Rovers trip to Weston-super-Mare tomorrow (3pm) after picking up a foot injury in last week's 1-0 Moat Ground victory over Racing Club Warwick.
Moat boss is forced to pick and choose games
Facing nine games in 20 days, Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has admitted he will be forced to chop and change his side - and field the strongest teams in matches he thinks the Moatmen have more chance of getting something out of.
Injury puts Lindley's season in doubt
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay was today awaiting fitness reports on on-loan goalkeeper James Lindley amid fears the Notts County player could be out for the rest of the season.
Rovers trials
Gresley Rovers' talent spotters are hoping to unearth some football superstars of the future at junior trials to be held in Church Gresley on Saturday and Tuesday.
Gresley Rovers - 100 Years
To mark the centenary of Gresley Rovers Football Club in 1982 the late Brian Spare produced "Gresley Rovers - 100 Years," a history of the club based on information collected by Burton Mail sports editor Rex Page. The series was published in the Mail's "Green Un", from the extensive records of club historian and statistician Derrick Kinsey and from Brian's own wealth of knowledge of the club's past.
Rovers' quick change
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay will make changes to the team that drew 2-2 at home to Cirencester on Tuesday for tonight's trip to title-chasing Tiverton Town (7.30).
Boss stays upbeat
Boss John McGinlay was in a positive frame of mind despite seeing his side beaten 4-0 at promotion chasing Tiverton Town on Thursday night.
Rovers Making Strides
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay believes his team are "getting there" after a battling 1 - 1 draw with Atherstone United at the Moat Ground on Saturday.
Boss's sorry tale
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay dismissed his team's congested end-of-season programme as "a disgrace" after seeing the Moatmen crash to a Dr Martens Western Division derby defeat at Rocester yesterday (Monday).
Back in the thick of it
Boss John McGinlay has been forced into a return to action for what will be Gresley Rovers' fifth game in eight days against Solihull Borough at Redditch United's ground tonight (Weds 7.45).
Rovers in star search
Gresley Rovers are looking to the future with plans to set up a string of boys' and girls' teams next season.
Forsyth's season threatened by injury
Gresley Rovers defender Michael Forsyth could be out for the remainder of the season after picking up an ankle injury in the Moatmen's 1-0 defeat by Solihull Borough last night (Weds).
Boss praises Gresley heroics
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay has hailed his players as "magnificent" for their efforts during the club's hectic fixture schedule.
Reserve Team News
Waterlogging has seen a few reserve games postponed in recent weeks and then a bizarre situation occurred last Saturday with many games still to play, a free Saturday was thrown up. This inactivity and a free Saturday gave me an opportunity to see how the first team were fairing.
Moat checklist
Boss John McGinlay will make a late check on injuries and availability before finalising his squad for Gresley Rovers' weekend Dr Martens Western Division double-header.
Rovers remain positive
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay saw his side suffer back-to-back Dr Martens Western Division defeats over the weekend and declared the Moatmen need to sharpen their game up front.
Mighty Moat girls lift the cup
Gresley Rovers won the Unison East Midlands Womens League Cup final in some style, beating Division Three rivals Harborough Town 7-1.
Rovers look for Sunday best
Gresley Rovers player-manager John McGinlay says Sunday's clash with Cinderford Town will be the most important of the season for the Dr Martens Western Division club.
Shiels signs Moat deal
Rovers goalkeeper Mark Shiels has become the first contract player signed by the Moat Ground club since a Football Association ban was lifted.
Boss at a loss
Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay could be gearing himself up for a summer clearout at the Moat Ground after claiming there were "not enough winners at the club" following yesterday's 1-0 defeat at Cinderford Town.

May 2001

Moatmen 'not good enough'
Boss John McGinlay has revealed that some of his squad will be playing for their Gresley Rovers futures in their final game of the season at home to Cinderford Town tomorrow (Sat 3 pm).
Season starts here
The new football season started at five o'clock on Saturday afternoon for Gresley Rovers boss John McGinlay.
Sportsmans Dinner
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Annual Dinner & Dance
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A groundsman's work is never done
Rovers are in profit
Gresley Rovers have taken a significant step towards putting their finances back on an even keel.
Titterton in Moat move
Gresley Rovers have launched a radical overhaul of the management and coaching structure at the Moat Ground.
Rovers net new deal
Gresley Rovers have teamed up with a telecom consultancy firm to net the club a pioneering "win-win" deal.
Rovers open their turf account
Gresley Rovers' modernisation programme has been opened up on a third front with the club planning a range of ground improvements and refurbishments.
Richard Wardle is the supporters' player of the year
Richard Wardle receives the supporters' player of the year for the third year in a row - and a special award for services to Gresley Rovers.
Football Forum
Manager John McGinlay and chairman Mark Evans out lined their proposals for the coming season as a result of questions asked by supporters at tonight's Football Forum held in the Social Club.
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