York City v Southport From Daily Echo
PLAY OFF hopefuls Southport will arrive at York City boasting
cheap ray ban outlet the Blue Square Bet Premier’s best away record outside runaway top two Fleetwood and Wrexham.
The Sandgrounders will be targeting a 12th victory on the road this season when they run out at Bootham Crescent and, as a result of their fine away form, have already broken one club record.
A run of eight straight wins on their travels saw Liam Watson’s men take their place in the Haig Avenue history books in November and Port will go into tomorrow’s match having emerged triumphant
from their last three away matches against Telford (1 0), Ebbsfleet
fake ray bans (2 1) and Hayes (2 0).
Perhaps tellingly, though, ahead of tomorrow’s fixture, part time Southport’s five away league defeats have come at former Football League clubs Lincoln, Cambridge, Wrexham, Kidderminster andThe Merseyside club currently sit fifth in the Blue Square Bet Premier standings having lost just one of their last eight matches and are targeting a fourth consecutive clean sheet after keeping
Stockport (5 0), Kettering (0 0) and Telford (1 0) at bay.
Saturday’s thrashing of Stockport represented the Sandgrounders’ biggest win of the season and, unusually for such a highly placed team, overturned their previously negative goal difference.
At the other end of the pitch, top scorer Tony Gray took his goal tally to 19 for the season by bagging a brace against Stockport with right winger Shaun Whalley also hitting a hat trick.
Captain Alan Moogan, meanwhile, remains sidelined with an ankle injury and midfield pair Josh O’Keefe and Ray Putterill continue to serve three match bans for recent red cards.
Watson has bolstered his ranks this week with the addition of striker Ross
cheap ray bans Farran from Vauxhall Motors, along with defender Rob McIntosh and goalkeeper Sam Ashton, who have been signed on a
dual registration basis from EvoStik first division north side Skelmersdale United.
The line up on November 23, 2010 was: Ingham, Parslow, McGurk, C Smith, Meredith, J Smith (McDermott), Weir, Racchi, Till (Fyfield), Chambers, Rankine (Constantine).
In the Football League, the Sandgrounders made 32 trips (1929 to 1977) and won nine times with 11 draws.
The biggest of City’s 17 wins was 9 1 in 1956/7, the club’s record victory.
Players who have appeared for both clubs include goalkeeper Matt Middleton, Bobby Sibbald, Laurie Calloway, John Linaker, Andy Provan, Jimmy Prescott and Ian Blackstone.
1956: A 3 2 win over Barrow at Bootham Crescent with Arthur Bottom, Syd Storey and Clive Colbridge on the scoresheet in front of 8,459. This was new manager Sam Bartram’s
first home game in charge and was the last goal scored by Storey for City. Ron Spence suffered a serious injury which was to keep him out of first team action for 18 months.
1962: Gerry Francis and Billy Rudd netted in a 2 0 win at Hartlepools United and City were sixth in Division
discount ray bans Four.
1974: A 3 3 draw at Southend United and City were in the top three of the Third Division (League One). The marksmen were Chris Jones (2) and Jimmy Seal.
1984: In a Saturday morning match to avoid a clash with York RL’s Challenge Cup semi final game with Wigan City beat Swindon Town 2 0 at Bootham Crescent to stay clearArticles Connexes：