Player-manager Kevin Nicholson shares his thoughts after Tuesday night’s 3-2 defeat away to Aldershot Town: As I’ve said in the main press I was very proud of my players last night. I don’t think we played well enough with the ball to come out talking about “we should’ve won” but what we did do was
Due to a request from Gateshead FC, our scheduled match at Plainmoor against the Heed that was due to take place on Saturday 23rd December has been brought forward. The fixture will now take place at Plainmoor on Tuesday 12th December (kick-off 7:45pm).
Torquay United player-manager Kevin Nicholson was pleased with his side’s performance even though United came out on the wrong side of a 3-2 thriller at the EBB Stadium. Nicholson was choosing his words carefully after the match when he spoke to the local press. “I’m very proud of my players,” said Kevin. “We had our
United and Aldershot have played out some thrillers in their recent histories, and Tuesday night was another one to add to the list. Unfortunately, this time it was United that came out on the wrong side of a 3-2 loss. Aldershot took the lead through Shamir Fenelon, then strikes from Bobby-Joe Taylor and Shaun Okojie
United face Aldershot tonight in another tough National League fixture. The Shots went top of the National League after a 2-0 win over Halifax Town on the opening day of the season. Player-manager Kevin Nicholson knows the challenge that lies ahead for his team. “Aldershot will be another good test for us,” said Nicholson. “They’re
United have little time to rest after Saturday’s 0-0 draw against Tranmere Rovers at Plainmoor. The frenetic nature of the National League gives little room for teams to get too caught up in their previous performances. The next match comes too quickly. United will remember their last trip to Aldershot with fond memories. United were