Mark Hume is demanding a big improvement from his Sheffield FC players ahead of the FA Cup Preliminary Round home tie against Ossett Town. Club picked up their first point of the season with a 2-2 home draw against Loughborough Town earlier in the week following the opening day 3-0 defeat at Carlton Town. “Our display against Carlton was simply not good enough” said Hume. “If players are not going to do what they’re asked we’ll address it. You can’t give three-goals away and expect to get anything.
Debutant Will Ramsay’s stunning equaliser earned Armthorpe Welfare a 1-1 draw and replay against Premier Division Liversedge in the extra preliminary round of the FA Cup. Welfare were not at their best in the first half and the visitors put them under a lot of pressure. It came as no surprise when Liversedge grabbed the lead just before the half hour mark, although Armthorpe had two chances to clear the ball before Roy Foggarty eventually tapped in from six yards.
It’s the big kick-off for the Northern Counties East league this weekend where for many clubs the opening fixture comes in the Extra-Preliminary Round of the FA Cup. There have been a number managerial changes with Hallam appointing Steve Whitehead and Scott Bates as joint managers following the departure of Ryan Hindley to Worksop. James Colliver will hope to guide ambitious Handsworth Parramore to promotion after after leaving Sheffield FC. Maltby Main have had two managerial changes.
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