With The Gulls keen to bounce back from their midweek setback, King’s Lynn Town are the next opponents to compete for another vital three points at Plainmoor on Saturday. With United currently sat in 3rd place, Gary Johnson’s side are still well poised to realise their promotion ambitions in the end-of-season shake-up, however victory against
Following on from Saturday’s draw at Boreham Wood, United make the trip to York Road tomorrow to take on Maidenhead United. With things getting increasingly tight at the top of the National League, Gary Johnson’s men will be looking to claim all three points in Berkshire in a bid to reassert their own promotion credentials.
United will once again be under the spotlight tomorrow, as Gary Johnson’s men take on Boreham Wood in front of the watching BT Sport cameras. With results in midweek seeing Torquay’s near-five month reign as league leaders brought to a halt, Saturday’s trip to Hertfordshire provides an ideal opportunity for Johnson’s men to get back
United return to National League action at Plainmoor tomorrow for another crucial encounter, with third-placed visitors Hartlepool the latest team to test their mettle as Gary Johnson’s side. With only three points separating the top three sides in the division, there is no doubting that The Gulls will have to be at their best to
With United just two matches away from making a sixth visit to Wembley, Gary Johnson’s men head for Surrey tomorrow to contest their Buildbase FA Trophy quarter-final with Woking. The two sides’ season-long battle for National League South supremacy in 2018/19 – which eventually ended in title glory for The Gulls – was the precursor
Almost a year to the day since their last visit to Plainmoor, FC Halifax Town provide the opposition on Saturday, as Gary Johnson’s side look to impress in front of the BT Sport cameras. Connor Lemonheigh-Evans’ strike sealed victory at The Shay back in November, however whilst United will be looking to secure a first