With United continuing to battle it out at the top of the National League, we’re giving the Yellow Army another chance to pose your questions to manager, Gary Johnson! The man himself will once again be on hand to answer any queries you might have, following the tremendous start made by his side to the
Torquay United defender Fraser Kerr has left the club to join Chesterfield on a permanent basis. Former Hartlepool defender Kerr joined United last summer, however after making seven league appearances during the course of the opening months of 2020/21, the decision was made to allow the player to move on, and relocate closer to his
Our National League fixture at home to Aldershot on Tuesday, 9th March will now kick off at 7pm. Originally scheduled for a 7.45pm start, next week’s game at Plainmoor will now begin 45 minutes earlier.
United manager Gary Johnson reflected on his side’s defeat to Woking in their FA Trophy quarter-final clash on Saturday. With United missing the chance to go in front via the penalty spot, The Gulls were forced to chase the game after falling behind, however after somewhat laying siege to the Woking goal during the second
Woking 1 (Loza, 38′) United 0 United’s run in this year’s FA Trophy ended at the quarter-final stage, as Woking emerged as narrow winners at the Laithwaite Stadium. After Asa Hall’s early penalty was saved by Craig Ross, Jamar Loza scored the game’s solitary goal late in the first half. Despite going close to
Torquay United have moved to bolster their goalkeeping options ahead of today’s FA Trophy clash with Woking by signing young goalkeeper Marcin Brzozowski on a one-month loan deal from Queens Park Rangers. Former Poland Under-19 international Brzozowski is no stranger to National League football, having enjoyed a similar spell in the Westcountry with United’s divisional