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LEAGUE MATCH DRAW WINNERS

No

Match

 Winner

Drawn By

Ticket

Agent

8

Glossop  NE

B. Reid

Graham Foxall

2272

Newsletter

9

Bamber Bridge

Irene Martin

Dave Brown

2482

Newsletter

10

Ossett Town

John Crook

Melody Stephens

211

Newsletter

11

Radcliffe Borough

Noel White

Dave Andrew

2343

Newsletter

12

Mossley

Cynthia Diggory

Matt Brown

1937

Graham Foxall

13

Ossett Albion

D. Knights

Carl Winkley

427

Lee Knights

14

Brighouse Town

Roy Jackson

Adrian Halliwell

343

Newsletter

TFC'S BONUS BALL WINNERS

Date

No.

Name

09/12/2017

19

Melody Stephens

16/12/2017

14

Snack Bar

23/12/2017

41

John Petch

30/12/2017

34

Pete McGrath

06/01/2018

50

Lynette Jordon

13/01/2018

5

Eleanor Knights

20/01/2018

47

Peter Hayes

The Club will be picking up gear once a week to save our supporters postage and packing. if you have purchased goods from Macron, Can you email jeadie1957@sky.com once you have placed an order with your details. I am trying to get some samples for sizing purposes, but supporters who already have our Puma merchandise need to go up 1 size on Macron gear. i.e. Puma medium is a Macron Large.

Club News

KIERAN SIGNS A NEW CONTRACT AT UNITED

Former Trafford FC keeper Kieran O’Hara on loan from Manchester United’s U18’s squad has signed a new contract with the Premier League club. Below is the Manchester Evening News report on his signing last week.


O'Hara is for keeps as he signs new deal at United

UNITED goalkeeper Kieran O'Hara has signed a new two-and-a-half year contract.

The Reds offered the 21-year-old an extension in the summer and have now rewarded the Republic of Ireland Under-21 goalkeeper with a new deal until 2020.

O'Hara's agent confirmed the Manchester-born stopper put pen to paper at United's Carrington training complex on Friday in an Instagram post.

O'Hara has had spells on loan at non-league Stockport and League Two side Morecambe but has spent the last year mainly as the first-choice goalkeeper for United's Under-23s. Jose Mourinho gave O'Hara the number 45 shirt and named him on the substitutes' bench for the final Premier League game of last season at home to Crystal Palace. He was also added to United's Champions League squad earlier this term.

Even though O'Hara has made just one matchday squad during his fledgling United career, he has been involved in preparations for Europa League, League Cup, FA Cup and Champions League matches as the warm-up goalkeeper.

O'Hara Is the fourth goalie to sign new terms at United in the last 18 months. Sam Johnstone signed on until 2018 and is currently on a season-long loan at Aston Villa, while Sergio Romero and Joel Pereira's deals were extended until 2021.

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A quote from his goalkeeper coach.

A work-experience loan with Trafford FC provided invaluable experience and showed he is capable of progressing at United. Goalkeeper coach Alan Fettis described the success of the spell with the nearby

non-league outfit: "I must say it was a great experience for Kieran and we’ve been really pleased with how he has progressed and matured. I've just seen him grow physically and mentally."

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Kieran signed for Trafford FC on a month’s loan in September 2013 after regular keeper Tom Read became injured. He went on to play 28 league & cup games including a 2-1 win against Conference side Altrincham in the FA Cup in only his second game for Trafford. I’m sure everybody at Trafford FC will wish local lad Kieran ‘all the best’ with his bright future at Manchester United .


TRAFFORD FC

CHRISTMAS DRAW WINNERS 2017


First Prize - £100 Cash - Keith McKerracher (1306)

Second Prize - Christmas Hamper - D. Murden (1210)

(Donated by Mrs Barbara Whitten)

Third Prize - Bottle of Wine - Tom Walmsley (1565)

Plus

Bottle of Brandy - Tim Stephens (2959)

Bottle of White Wine - Nora Stephenson (2267)

Bottle of Wine - Mark Salthouse (1061)

Bottle of Rum - Ian Murden (1215)

Celebration Chocolates - Mike Cappy (419)

Celebration Chocolates - Peter Hayes (2881)

Quality Street Chocolates - Simon Jones (1742)

Ladies Ted Baker Set - Solly Griffin (1357)

Nivea Skin Crème Pack - John Crook (1991)

Tin of Biscuits - Adrian Abbott (890)

Bottle of Red Wine - N. Ditchfield (271)

Box of Chocolates - Dave Andrew (2964)  


Trafford FC would like to thank everybody who took part

in this year’s Christmas Draw that raised just over £1000.

TRAFFORD FC

SPORTMAN’S DINNER

To be held at the Davyhulme Park Golf Club

On Friday 2nd March 2018


Guest Speaker

Former Newcastle United

& Manchester City defender

STEVE HOWEY




Howey started his football career with rivals Newcastle United FC, whom he signed for from being a trainee on

11 December 1989 (191 league matches, scoring six). Signed for

Manchester City FC on 11 August 2000 for a 2 million pound fee + player (94 league matches, scoring eleven).

Signed for Leicester City FC on 4 July 2003 for 300,000 pounds (thirteen league matches, scoring once).


Released on a free transfer to Bolton Wanderers FC 30 January 2004, playing in just three Premier League matches. He left the Reebok Stadium on 17 May 2004.After being freed, he then joined New England Revolution of the MLS for three matches in summer 2004.

Finally, he returned to England to train with Oldham Athletic FC before making one

substitute league appearance for Hartlepool United FC after signing on 24 March 2005. He retired on 31 May 2005.





Also appearing will be comedian

TONY ROSCOE


Contact Dave Law on

07772-287086 for tickets

at £30 each


LEE RETURNS TO TRAFFORD


Defender, Lee Neville has returned to the club on loan

from Stalybridge Celtic.

Manager, Tom Baker, said of his latest addition, ‘’ Lee is well known by everyone at Trafford after his successful first spell at the club. Having left the club in the summer, I feel the timing is now right for him to come back and he will undoubtedly improve the squad.’’