Torquay United boss Kevin Nicholson saw signs of encouragement as the Gulls returned to action at Plainmoor with a 2-0 win over Bristol City on Wednesday night. “We did a lot of good things, we pressed well as a team, we looked organised as a team,” said the player-manager. “They looked like they have taken
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Torquay United 2 Gray pen 82, 87 Bristol City 0 TWO late goals from trialist and substitute James Gray earned United the victory they thoroughly deserved against Championship opponents, Bristol City. The Gulls played some delightful football at times and, while chances were missed in the first period, Gray made no mistake with a penalty
Bristol City provide United with their first taste of pre-season action at Plainmoor on Wednesday night (kick-off 7:30pm). Player-manager, Kevin Nicholson is thankful for the role Robins’ manager, Lee Johnson played in his appointment as TUFC player manager. “I rang Lee [Johnson] about three hours before I interviewed to get the manager’s job at TUFC.
Kevin Nicholson was philosophical when assessing the squad of trialists and development players that turned out for United against Stoke Gabriel on Saturday. “With all due respect to Newton [Abbot Spurs], Stoke are a better outfit and a stronger team, and it was a good test. We did alright to start with but when I
Trialists and development players turn out for United. Two goals from Ollie Critchlow, and strikes from Connor Stewart, Craig Duff, and Danny Gaze earned Stoke Gabriel victory in a pre-season match that will allow Torquay United player-manager, Kevin Nicholson to further assess trialists that were eager to impress. The Gaffer remarked after the match that