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FANS FAVOURITE RE-JOINS TRAFFORD

Local midfielder Tom Schofield has returned to Shawe View after a couple of seasons away.

Between Season 2012-13 & 2014-15 Tom made 89 league & cup appearances scoring 2 goals for Trafford.

 He is Manager Tom Baker’s second close season signing has he prepares his squad for next season in the First Division North.   

TRAFFORD SIGN THIRD NEW PLAYER

Sadly, Luke Horrocks has left and we have signed a new player from

Mossley - Tom Pratt (right)
The club say "bye" to Luke Horrocks who has spent the best part of two seasons with us. We wish him all the best in the future!
 

Manager Tom Baker says: "I wish luke all the best, he is a fantastic lad who

I have nothing but respect for. He's been a pleasure to work with and has been a good servant to the club."

The club have signed 21 year old Tom Pratt from Mossley F.C.
Tom is an exciting, young, attacking midfield/forward player.
Welcome to Trafford Tom.

 

Trafford FC Launches New Kits.

 

Trafford FC launched their new kit for next season today, retaining their traditional all white home strip with yellow for away games.

The replica away shirt can be ordered from Macron Cheshire Clubpages and costs £36

http://macronstorecheshire.co.uk/clubshops/trafford-fc/

 

The home shirt is also £36, but is custom made from Italy, so we need 16 requests before we can place an order.  Supporters can place orders for replica shirts by contacting Melody Stephens on 07984437793.

ANOTHER SIGNING FOR TRAFFORD

Trafford continue to add to last seasons squad by signing 24 year old forward Porya Ahmadi from Stalybridge Celtic.

CLUB CHANGES IN THE NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE

At a meeting of the FA Leagues Committee held this week, club allocations to Step 3 and 4 were finalised that resulted in the following implications for the Northern Premier League.

Ilkeston FC having been refused a licence to operate at Step 4 to where they had been relegated at the end of Season 2016/17, were removed from the Northern Premier League.

 

Goole AFC are reprieved to NPL Division 1 North and Frickley Athletic are moved to Division 1 South having been relegated from the Premier Division.

AFC Rushden and Diamonds are transferred to the Southern League and Rugby Town have been placed with the Midlands League. Both Burscough and Northwich Victoria will feature in the North West Counties League.

 

The Northern Premier League refused Ilkeston FC a licence following repeated breaches of the previously issued Conditional Licence applied last season.

 

The League is aware of the separate proceedings against Ilkeston FC heard yesterday (Monday 5 June) at Liverpool Crown Court, the outcome of which will determine the future of Ilkeston Football Club and the level at which it plays in the future.