FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

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Guy Mansfield
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FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

Post by Guy Mansfield » Wed 20 Mar, 2019 5:37 pm

The postponed game against York City has been rescheduled for Tuesday 26th March.
Kick off is 7.45pm

All vouchers which were handed out on Saturday are valid for this game as are all season tickets.
Otherwise it is pay on the gate.

Further matchday information will follow shortly.

Paul Hinson
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Re: FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

Post by Paul Hinson » Mon 25 Mar, 2019 11:13 pm

York City were a League club between 1929 and 2004 and 2012 to 2016.
The Minstermen have lost 8 of their last 11 away League fixtures.
York manager Steve Watson scored an own goal at Old Trafford in a 1-2 defeat on 02/05/1999 when playing for Aston Villa.
England manager Gareth Southgate was a team mate on that day.
York lost 1-2 to the Reds at Old Trafford in March 1975 to goals from Stuart Pearson and Lou Macari watched by 46,802. In September 1995 they won 3-0 in Manchester against United, this time in the League Cup 2nd Round First Leg, eventually winning 4-3 on aggregate.
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Re: FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

Post by Guy Mansfield » Tue 26 Mar, 2019 9:07 am

FC UNITED OF MANCHESTER v YORK CITY FC Match arrangements

'On Tuesday 26th March, FC United play York City in the National League North kick off 7:45pm.

This is the rearranged game caused by the postponement of the original match on Saturday 16th March.

On police advice the match is segregated.

Supporters in possession of vouchers given out at the turnstile on the day of the original match will be admitted to the match free of charge.

FC United supporters should access the stadium via turnstiles 4-6 at the St. Mary’s Road end.

Visiting supporters should enter via turnstiles 9 and 10 at the Lightbowne Road end.

Admission prices are as follows

£12 Adults,
£7 Concessions
£ 3 under 18

Turnstiles open at 6.45 pm

Before the turnstiles open, FC United fans ONLY can gain admission via the main reception on production of your match day or season ticket or by cash payment of the match admission price.

RESERVED SEATING IN THE MAIN STAND

Supporters will be able to reserve seats in one block of the Main Stand on a first come first served basis, by calling the FC United office on Monday 25th March on 0161 769 2005. A maximum of 4 seats can be reserved per person. Those who have reserved seating need to collect a wristband from the FC United office accessible through the main reception on the day of the match. These wristbands will only be available until the kick off time of the match.

MATCH DAY DINING

We are doing a special match day dining offer for this fixture. This would be served at 6:30PM

It will consist of two courses. The main course will be chicken curry with all the trimmings and the dessert will be cheesecake.

The price is £22 inclusive of the admission price for non ticket holders and £10 for season ticket holders.

Match day dining is situated at the far third of the Main Stand function room.

To book your match day dining email ruth.slater@fc-utd.net or telephone 0161 769 2005.

BARS AND FOOD

ALCOHOL WILL NOT BE SERVED IN THE AWAY END

There will be limited bar and food options for this fixture.

The Function room will be the only bar open. It will open before, during and after the match for the sale of hot food, alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks.

The SMRE bar and the Real Ale Bar will both be closed.

The Dry Bar (Kazbar) under the Main Stand will also be open for food and non alcoholic beverages.

Food will be on sale in the away end for this match.

CLUB SHOP

The Club Shop is accessible at the front of the ground to the right of the Main Reception. It will be open before the game and for 15-20 minutes after the final whistle. Please note: There is no entry to the shop at half-time, however there maybe a Merchandise stall inside the ground between the corner of the SMRE and Main stand with a few items for sale during the game.

Inside the shop you will find the Home, Away & Third kits, Winter jackets, Scarfs, Hats, plus much more! We also have an ‘End of Line’ SALE with items having up-to 50% OFF which includes the White Away Shirt! These items above are also available online from our club shop website or you can order by phone on 0161 769 2005 during office hours.

THE FREE SHUTTLE BUS WILL NOT RUN FOR THIS MATCH

Supporters can take the 181/182 First Bus service from Lever Street in Manchester city centre, alighting outside the ground on St. Mary’s Road and departing from St. Mary’s Road after the match.

Alternatively, the Metrolink service to and from Rochdale runs to the Newton Heath/Moston tram stop from where supporters can board the 181/182 bus service from the Railway Hotel up to the ground.

CAR PARKING

We would urge supporters to use the car parks we have available for a charge of £5.00 at the ground, and for £3.00 at the nearby St Matthew’s School, only 3 minutes’ walk from the ground.

We are under a duty to ensure areas such as St Mary’s Road and the north of Nuthurst Road are not used by visitors to Broadhurst Park.

Supporters should be mindful that there is no parking on:

- St Mary’s Road and the streets off St Mary’s Road; including Teddington Road, Merridale Road, Worthington Street and Tymm Street.

- Nuthurst Road;

- the West side of Moston Lane and the streets off it.

We can always use more volunteers to act as traffic marshals and indeed for a number of matchday functions, so if you can help, send an email to volunteers@fc-utd.co.uk or telephone the office on 0161 769 2005 and leave a contact number.

Enjoy the game.'

Ben Hughes

Re: FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

Post by Ben Hughes » Tue 26 Mar, 2019 11:24 am

NEXT COMMENTARY:

We're back on North Manchester FM this evening everyone!

With full coverage of FC United v York City in The National League North.

Here is Statto Paul's Preview

https://audioboom.com/posts/7212840-fc- ... ork-city-h

Tune in on 106.6 FM in and around North Manchester or on http://www.fc-radio.co.uk from 7.30pm if you cannot make this one in person.

Nick Duckett

Re: FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

Post by Nick Duckett » Thu 28 Mar, 2019 9:23 am

Match reportFC United threw away a 3-1 lead against the ten men of York City and with it made their slim hopes of survival look even less likely, finding themselves five points from safety with six games left.

The evening had started positively, and to be honest a good chunk of the evening was the same, with FC looking dangerous from the off and just as they had done on Saturday they found themselves a goal to the good early on thanks to a well taken goal from Dale Whittam.

But as we’ve often done after taking an early lead, the team seemed to sit deep and invite pressure from the visitors. So it was no surprise that Macauly Langstaff equalised with a simple goal just before the half hour mark.

Whitham provided a moment of magic to restore the lead just five minutes later as he shifted the ball onto his left and fired home a beautiful goal from outside of the box. But the drama for the first half wasn’t finished there as Adriano Moke received two quick yellow cards in the space of three minutes for two needless and reckless challenges.

With a goal lead and against ten men a goal early in the second half would put FC in a dream position, that dream was realised within four minutes of the restart after some good work on the left by Bannister saw a ball floated into the box and cushioned into the back of the net by Kurt Willoughby.

Two goals up and with a man advantage it would take some comeback for FC to not take all three points from this, but if the truth be told FC’s performance dipped as the minutes went on and as the opposition became stronger towards the end, the FC players looked tired and out of ideas and there was nothing much positive from this point.

That being said when it got to the last twenty minutes and we were still 3-1 up, you felt we could still hang onto a precious three points.

The visitors grabbed a goal back through Wes York in the 72nd minute and four minutes later Langstaff grabbed his second to level the game and from a comfortable position at the start of the half FC looked like they were hanging on.

Some resolute defending and a few good saves from Fisher made sure we took a point away from the game, but with Guisley beating Curzon Ashton the gap between ourselves and safety became five points, but with goal difference we need to turn around six points over the Yorkshire outfit with just six games remaining.

It would be the most positive fan who believed we are going to pull this off now, but come rain or shine the Red flag will still be flying high and the key to any safety battle starts this coming Saturday when we welcome bottom side Nuneaton to Broadhurst Park.

Website man of the match: Dale Whitham – Anything good that FC did in the game came through Whitham and he grabbed two goals, the second of which would have been worthy of gracing any game.

Report by Craig Phillips

Ben Hughes

Re: FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

Post by Ben Hughes » Thu 28 Mar, 2019 1:03 pm

FC LIVE GOALS:

All the goal clips from Tuesday night's game

https://audioboom.com/posts/7215359-fc- ... ork-city-h

Ben Hughes

Re: FC UNITED v York City. 7.45pm Tuesday, 26th March 2019

Post by Ben Hughes » Thu 28 Mar, 2019 1:03 pm

POST MATCH INTERVIEW:

FC Radio caught up with FC United Manager Neil Reynolds shortly after the final whistle

https://audioboom.com/posts/7215373-pos ... ork-city-h

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