YORK City boss Martin Gray insisted his team will still challenge for automatic promotion this season despite the gap to the top widening to 11 points. The Minstermen fell further off the pace following a 3-2 defeat at second-placed Salford, who are ten points clear of Gray’s side with a game in hand. Leaders Harrogate have also played one fixture fewer, while defeat at Moor Lane meant City even dropped out of the play-off positions.
LATE goals from substitutes Louis Almond and Aidan Connolly could not save York City from a 3-2 defeat at Salford. The Minstermen had earlier conceded three goals from sloppily-defended set-pieces with home skipper Liam Hogan capitalising twice, either side of a Jack Redshaw effort.
YORK City Futsal will host their first-ever Super League fixture tomorrow afternoon when Salisbury United provide the opposition. The Super League merged into a national competition this summer and represents the elite level of futsal in this country with the top sides qualifying for the European Champions League. Having gained promotion last season, the Minstermen will now kick off their historic campaign at 4.30pm in the University of York’s Sport Arena, which is based at the Heslington campus.
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Selecting a term
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