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  1. Over the summer holidays, local charity Foundation 92 has been helping disadvantaged children across Greater Manchester to access inclusive exercise and activities, as well as providing healthy food for those who would normally receive free school meals. Working alongside Manchester City Council, Salford City Council and Trafford Council, Foundation 92 has successfully delivered free-to-access Holiday Activity Fund clubs at 11 different locations across the city, supporting up to 60 children per location who face adversity and inequality through no fault of their own. From Monday to Friday each week, children have taken part in multi-sport activities, arts, crafts and specialist youth work, as well as receiving a free, healthy meal. Foundation 92’s 5,000th activity of the summer was marked with a small celebration at the Aquarius Centre in Hulme. Throughout the summer, Foundation 92 has provided 5,000 free places to children, putting them at the forefront of Holiday Activity Fund delivery across Greater Manchester. The scheme has only been made possible through support and funding from the Department for Education and local authorities, as well as the campaigning of footballer Marcus Rashford MBE. Foundation 92 is the official charitable partner of Salford City FC, owned and founded by the celebrated Class of 92. The foundation works with communities across Greater Manchester to promote sports & physical activity; health & wellbeing; education & employability and inclusion. Tom Hutton, Head of Foundation 92, said: One of Foundation 92’s most popular summer camps delivered through the Holiday Activity Fund has been based at the Aquarius Centre in Hulme, with an average of 40 local children attending every day. In a further social value investment, free meals have been provided by local Community Interest Company 4CT Limited, who offer employment to ex-offenders. Manchester City Council’s Chief Executive, Joanne Roney, said:
  2. Salford City have appointed 49-year-old Gary Bowyer as the new manager for the trophy winning club and he is looking to bringing a more aggressive style of football to the remaining 11 fixtures. The former Blackburn Rovers and Bradford City manager, said: His first test will be against Exeter City on Saturday, KO 13:00 at St. James’ Park. The game will be available to view online at live.salfordcityfc.co.uk for £10 in the UK and £7 abroad. Photo: Salford FC
  3. After what was a goalless first and second half and an equally goalless extra time, the final in the race to lift the coveted 2020 EFL (Papa Johns Trophy) which was postponed last year due to Covid, came down to the wire and a nerve-racking penalty shootout between the two teams in what has been dubbed by the EFL as its Wembley Weekender. Portsmouth were first to take a shot at the goalmouth but the ball went wide and right after leaving Ryan Williams Foot. Luke Burgess stepped up for the Ammies and sank the first goal of the match into the bottom right of the net from his left foot from a conversion. Another miss for Portsmouth as Ronan Curtis fluffed his chance to even up with a shot to the bottom right which was saved by the Salford keeper. Another goal for Salford as Emmanuel Dieseruvwe hit dead centre of the goal from a right footed shot, placing the Ammies 2 up. Finally Portsmouth manage to find the back of the net after Lee Brown converts the penalty with a cracking shot from the left foot which saw the ball find the top left corner of the goal. Brandon Thomas-Asante (Salford City) converted what would become Salford's 3rd goal from a penalty with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner. Portsmouth were quick to respond as Sean Raggett converted the penalty with a right footed shot to the top left corner of the goal. But nothing could stop Salford now as Jason Lowe found the back of the net with a right foot shot which landed in the top left hand corner, securing the win for his team and ensuring that the trophy is now in the hands of Salford, at least for a short time (24 Hours) until it is handed over to the 2021 winners tomorrow. Tomorrows match between Tranmere and Sunderland will decided who holds it next. Photo: Salford FC
  4. After the winners from both Northern Groups of the central league cup have now been confirmed as Carlisle United and Huddersfield Town, it has been mutually agreed that all remaining central league fixtures between Salford City, Scunthorpe United and Grimsby Town should be cancelled. Huddersfield and Carlisle will now play each other in the final
  5. Just before kick-off the heavens opened and torrential rain poured down upon the pitch at the Mazuma Stadium but that was nothing compared to the pain that rained down on Salford's Ammies during the 5 minutes of added injury time which would see the team that was a goal up, concede two to lose. Jordan Turnbull headed a corner off target, whilst Robbie Gotts’ shot from a distance was comfortably defended by Kyle Letheren. Cole Stockton and John O’Sullivan kicked the ball around between each other, with Stockon making a run on the goal, but he took one touch too many which gave Turnbull time to recover and block his attempt. Salford looked in a secure and dominating position after a Thomas-Asante’s shot from the corner of the area after a free kick from Ashley Hunter , Asante left Letheren scrambling and failing to keep the ball out of the back of the net, securing what would be the first and only goal of the match for the Ammies. It looked like the three points were in the bag for Salford until the last 5 minutes of extra time in the match when Mendes Gomes levelled for Morecambe in the 94th minute, sliding the ball into the net after a hit on the bar from a corner. Salford already looked stung but nothing would prepare then for what was to come as Toumani Diagouraga made a shot from a distance and Wildig expertly diverted it home to claim Morecambes second of the night, securing them a shock victory. For a brief moment Salford looked like they had levelled but the ref called foul and that was that, the game was over and the Ammies headed on back to Salford with nothing in the bag. Morecambe: Letheren, Mellor (Cooney 63), Lavelle, Knight-Percival (Hendrie 50), Gibson, Diagouraga, Songo’o, O’Sullivan, Wildig, Mendes Gomes, Stockton. Subs not used: Halstead, Slew, Lyons, Leitch-Smith, McAlinden. Ammies: Hladky, Bernard, Eastham, Turnbull, Hunter (Threlkeld 84), Lowe, Coutts, Touray, Thomas-Asante, Gotts (Towell 63), Henderson (Wilson 74). Subs not used: Evans, James, Burgess, Dieseruvwe. Ref: Scott Oldham.
  6. Thursday 1st August 2019: The beautiful game continues to be part of this country’s DNA and TalkTalk is delighted to announce its first move into this exciting world by sponsoring Salford City FC. Kicking off at the start of the 2019/20 season, the five-year deal comes ahead of the relocation of TalkTalk’s Headquarters to the Soapworks in Salford Quays this Autumn. The sponsorship is a natural fit for two like-minded challenger brands, with TalkTalk’s decision to sponsor a team in the Football League, as opposed to the Premier League like its competitors, being reflective of its commitment to championing fairness, be that in the broadband sector or beyond. Famously co-owned by businessman Peter Lim and former Class of ’92 legends David Beckham, Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt, Salford City FC will, this season, be playing in the Football League for the first time in its history. Kicking off at The Peninsula Stadium against Stevenage on Saturday 3rd August, the new official matchday kit will feature the TalkTalk logo on the back of the shirts and shorts. The partnership, which runs until the end of the 2023/24 season, will give TalkTalk brand visibility across all televised games, the stadium’s media hub and matchday programme. It will also see the telecoms provider supporting Salford City FC’s grassroots activity in the local area. Nick Gunga, Chief Operating Officer, TalkTalk says, Karen Baird, Chairman, Salford City FC says, CO92 spokesperson says,
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