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Garry Departs

Following yesterday’s home defeat against Bath City, which assured the club of relegation, the Chairman and the Manager had an open and reflective discussion.

It was mutually agreed that the Manager would depart the club with immediate effect.

The club would like to thank Garry for his efforts, and wish him well in the future. Garry would like to thank Tony for the opportunity to return to the club, and expressed his extreme disappointment at the outcome of the season.

Further announcements will be made later this week in regards to the final game of the season.



Congratulations U18s

Tristan Lewis's under 18 side ended their season this week with three games in just 4 days, all victories.

A 13 game unbeaten run while not enough to snatch the title from Staines Town, United finishing as runners-up, was an impressive finish to the Ryman Youth League campaign.

United also won the Middlesex Senior Youth Cup by beating Staines 3-2 at Bedfont Sports.

Congratulations to all concerned and we may see a good number of the side progress further to be involved with the 1st team next season.



Vanarama BIG Day Out Update

The National League are delighted that Stephanie Moore (right), the widow of the legendary Bobby Moore and founder of the Bobby Moore Fund is to be the Chief Guest at the 2016 Vanarama National Promotion Final.

The match is to be played at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 15th May and will be screened LIVE by BTSport.

It is the League's major showpiece, as two of their top clubs vie for the prize of earning a place in the Football League. Last season the match drew a record crowd in excess of 47,000.

2016 is a special year because it is the 50th anniversary of England winning the World Cup. Those iconic images of England captain Bobby Moore lifting the World Cup have lived long in the memory.

Stephanie founded the Bobby Moore Fund to raise money to help fund Cancer Research UK's life-saving research into bowel cancer, the disease from which Bobby Moore died.

The 68 member clubs of The National League have been requested to select a home match in April to make a collection for the Bobby Moore Fund and these, together with monies donated at the League's Annual Gala at Celtic Manor in June, will be put towards assisting the Fund with its charitable and research objectives.

Brian Barwick, Chairman of The National League, said "The work Stephanie has tirelessly undertaken in aid of the Bobby Moore Fund has been nothing short of phenomenal. As part of Cancer Research UK, the fund does immense work to raise money for bowel cancer research and the support it receives demonstrates the affection this nation still holds for the sporting hero that was Bobby Moore."

Stephanie Moore added: "2016 is a poignant year as it marks 50 years since Bobby and his teammates lifted the World Cup. We're determined to raise as much money as possible this year in the hope that we can bring forward the day we beat bowel cancer. I'm honoured to be invited to this year's final as Chief Guest and extremely grateful to The National League for their incredible support of the Bobby Moore Fund".


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