Following last weekend’s excellent 3-2 win away at AFC Fylde, Gary Johnson’s men will be looking to make it back-to-back wins against Ebbsfleet tomorrow. However United, who triumphed 4-2 at the Kuflink Stadium back in October, will need to be on their guard against a Fleet side that will be equally determined to claim three
Gary Johnson’s men face another long trek north on Saturday, as they head to Lancashire to take on AFC Fylde. With the National League table still incredibly tight going into the last third of the season, there is still everything to play for, and no better time to put a good run of results together.
Gary Johnson’s men face a journey to East London tomorrow, as they take on struggling Dagenham & Redbridge at the Chigwell Construction Stadium. With the Daggers perilously close to the relegation zone, it promises to be another important match for both sides, with the Gulls also looking for three points to help propel them back
A new year, and a new decade, kicks off at Plainmoor tomorrow, as Yeovil Town take on The Gulls for the second time in six days. The match provides Gary Johnson’s side with an early opportunity to avenge the defeat at Huish Park, with The Glovers registering a comprehensive victory on Boxing Day. However, Saturday’s
United face familiar opponents on Saturday, as Gary Johnson’s men take on Woking at Plainmoor. The Cardinals have re-adjusted well to life back in the National League following last season’s NLS play-off success, and with some memorable battles between the two sides in recent memory, tomorrow’s encounter promises to be another intriguing 90 minutes. Who’s
Following last week’s stunning 5-1 FA Trophy win over Aldershot, Gary Johnson’s side return to National League action, with the visit of Chesterfield to Plainmoor. With only goal difference currently keeping the Spireites off the foot of the table, the visitors will be no doubt happy to see the back of 2019. As The Gulls