Gateshead 3 Higgins og 20’, Peniket 78’, Anderson og 81’ United 0 United came away from the Gateshead International Stadium with work to do after being beaten 3-0, and contributing to their own defeat by scoring two own-goals. Player-manager Kevin Nicholson lined United up in a 4-2-3-1 formation. Sam Chaney continued at left-back in the
Torquay United is pleased to announce the signing of winger Andy Haworth on non-contract terms. Haworth, 28, learnt his trade at Blackburn Rovers and his first loan spell was with Saturday’s opponents, Gateshead FC. Haworth went on to make appearances for Bury FC, before a move to the Scottish Premier League with Falkirk. Spells with
United make the long trip to Gateshead on Friday in preparation to face the Heed at the International Stadium on Saturday (kick-off 3pm). Gateshead lie in 11th place in the National League after opening their season with a 2-1 defeat away to Woking but following that up with a 1-0 win over Guiseley at home.
United defender, Jordan Lee, is currently away from the Club receiving treatment after being taken ill on Wednesday morning. Lee will be out of contention for the first team while he is being assessed. “Jordan has picked up a bit of an illness and they’re just doing some tests on him,” said Torquay United player-manager,
Torquay United Ladies will be kicking off their season soon, and they will be playing their first home game at Plainmoor. The match will take place on Sunday, September 17 when they will face AEK Boco Ladies in a 2pm kick-off. “The girls are ecstatic to be playing at Plainmoor,” said TULFC player & co-manager,