Cheltenham Town ladies haven’t had the best of seasons but the players are confident of turning their season around under new manager Alex Cheal. The ladies have only picked up nine points from the 11 games they have played this season. I went down to Alex Cheal’s first session as the new manager and talked to defender Amy Leask on the type of impact the new manager will have on the Ladies and how he will implement his knowledge into improved performances for the rest of the season.
Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has said it is hard to see fans returning to matches “any time soon”, with clubs facing the prospect of having to play remaining matches behind closed doors if the Premier League and English League resumes following the Covid-19 pandemic. It is understood top-flight clubs were told on Friday that […]
With the races in full flow at Cheltenham despite the coronavirus putting sporting events on hold across the country. Local Wetherspoons Pub manager, Carolyn Betty, believes Cheltenham has stood strong against the virus and has not seen a drop in sales; “We average 40k a week but on race week we take 130, so we […]
With the Premier League winter’s break on the horizon, several top flight clubs face fourth round FA Cup replays. Much has been contended whether the replays should fall within the winter break, with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp controversially deciding that himself and his first team players will boycott their replay against Shrewsbury at Anfield on […]