Oh dear what a mess, more managers tried than you could imagine, the Chairman has resigned, other directors are going to quit and rock bottom of the National League too.
During the period that my team, Mansfield Town, were in the National League (or whatever it was called at the time) I really enjoyed going to Southport’s Haigh Avenue Ground to watch the two teams play.
My dear friend David Rimmer, who sadly died last year, was a staunch Southport supporter and I have other friends who are fans and even work for the club. They must be despairing at present.
As an opposition supporter I was always made very welcome when I went to a game there and I really do feel for the fans who must be, to use an old football term, gutted.
The BBC has the story on its web site – see link above
Oh dear, the club is now looking to appoint its 9th manager since April 2013. Is that an unfortunate record?
We must hope for better times for Sefton Borough’s top football team,
Only a few weeks ago Southport FC looked doomed to relegation from the National League but a new manager and results have quite remarkably turned around.
Another win yesterday in a high scoring match where Port scored 5 goals. Things are looking up for Sandgrounders.
Oh dear, Southport are really struggling this season, so much so that Paul Carden their latest Manager has agreed to go, following their 4 – 0 loss last Saturday.
There’s a danger here of revolving door managers at Southport, no sooner in the door than out again. The future for Sefton Borough’s premiere football club is not looking too bright – 3rd from bottom in the Vanarama National League.
Let’s hope the next new broom can lift Southport out of the relegation zone.
Poor old Southport are really struggling at the start of the new season – just 8 points so far from 13 games. A big recovery is clearly needed if Sefton’s premiere football club is not to face relegation.
The Liverpool Echo has the story – see link above.
Oh dear what is going on, he was there for such a short time. Why walk away when things were turning around for the Sandgrounders? Football is always about today these days, does anyone plan for even next week?