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  1. 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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    CARL PIERGIANNI SIGNS FOR SALFORD

    Twenty-five year old central defender Carl Piergianni has signed a two-year deal with Salford City following his return from a spell playing in Australia. Peterborough born Carl started out playing in local football before being offered terms by his home-town club in 2007 and was named as Under-18 player of the season two years later. He had loan spells with Spalding United and Altrincham then made his sole first-team appearance for the Posh in December 2010. In June 2011 Carl moved north to sign for Stockport County and from there switched to Corby Town before arriving at Boston in May 2013. Carl enjoyed a very successful time with the Pilgrims who reached two Conference North play-offs during his time with the club and he also picked up players' and supporters' awards in recognition of his huge contribution the cause. He was also included in a league team of the season during his time at York Street. In 2016 Carl made the decision to leave Boston, moving to Australia where he turned out for South Melbourne F.C. who play at the country's second level of football. A tough, uncompromising central defender with a real eye for goal, Carl's signing is another huge sign of intent from the club who are building a formidable squad for season 2017-2018. We'd like to offer a very warm welcome to Carl and trust that his stay with is will be a happy and successful one.
  3. Twenty-two year-old striker Mani Dieseruvwe played against us three times last season but will wear Salford City colours during the 2017-2018 campaign - courtesy of our media department there's an interview with Mani here). The six-foot-five front-man started out with Sheffield Wednesday's academy, signing a professional contract with the Owls during the summer of 2013. Loan spells with then Conference National Hyde and Football League outfits Fleetwood Town and Chesterfield followed. The last of these loan spells led to a permanent deal and Mani went on to play almost thirty first team games during his time at the Proact Stadium. Another loan move followed, this time to Mansfield Town and during the summer of 2016 he moved to National League North Kidderminster Harriers. The Leeds born striker played for Harriers when they inflicted Salford's first defeat of the 2016-2017 season and was also in the side that lost the return match 3-0 at Moor Lane. Mani finished the campaign on loan to Boston United and lined up against the Ammies again as his new club recorded a 2-0 win at York Street. Despite his height Mani started out as a midfielder but was increasingly used as a striker and can now operate as a traditional number 9 or in a deeper role. Strong, good in the air and mobile he is a great addition to Salford's squad and we wish him the best of luck for his time with us at Moor Lane.
  4. Two Salford City players are included in the National League North's team of the season for 2017-2018 Salford City F.C. are delighted to announce that goalkeeper Jay Lynch and right-back Michael Nottingham have been included in the National League North's team of the season. National League North managers voted for a player in each position so it's a real mark of recognition for both lads on the back of great performances all through the campaign. The full line-up is Jay Lynch (Salford City) Michael Nottingham (Salford City) Gareth Dean (Brackley Town) Keith Lowe (Kidderminster Harriers) Zaine Francis-Angol (Kidderminster Harriers) James Armison (Brackley Town) James McQuilkin (Kidderminster Harriers) Dan Bradley (AFC Fylde) Danny Rowe (AFC Fylde) Simon Ainge (Harrogate Town) Danny Lloyd (Stockport County) Congratulations to Jay and Michael on their inclusion! Original Article By Andy Gibling: http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/salfordcityfc/news/two-ammies-in-national-league-north-team-of-the-se-1801578.html
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    TOURAY AGREES SALFORD CITY DEAL

    Ibou Touray is a Liverpool born left-back who started out with Everton's academy, before progressing to the Under-21 side as a first year professional - courtesy of our media department we have an interview with Ibou here. On leaving Goodison Park he signed for National League side Chester where 19 first team appearances were clocked up. A move to Welsh club Rhyl followed and he moved back to English football with Evostik League Nantwich Town during the 2016-2017 season. Ibou made over 40 appearances for the Dabbers during a campaign that took the Cheshire side to the NPL's Premier Division play-offs. Ibou is a quick, attacking full-back who can also operate as a wing-back and makes the move to Moor Lane after agreeing a two year deal with the club. He also has the distinction of being a full international, winning two caps for Gambia since 2016. Another exciting addition to the squad and we'd like to welcome Ibou to Moor Lane for what should be another memorable season for both him and the club. Original Story by Andy Gibling: http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/salfordcityfc/news/touray-agrees-salford-city-deal-1801481.html Photo courtesy of Charlotte Tattersall.
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    AMMIES SWOOP FOR HOGAN

    Salford lad Liam Hogan is the club's second new signing of the summer, joining from National League club Gateshead on a three-year deal. Twenty-eight year old central defender Liam Hogan has signed for Salford City following a season in the National League with Gateshead. He started his career with Woodley Sports (now renamed Stockport Town) but left in 2010 to sign for then Northern Premier League Premier Division FC Halifax Town. At the end of his first season at The Shay Halifax were crowned champions and Liam went on to represent the club for two seasons at Conference North level. In May 2013 Liam's contract with The Shaymen expired and turned professional with then-League Two club Fleetwood Town. A loan spell with Macclesfield Town followed and he was transferred to Tranmere Rovers during the 2015-2016 season. Last summer Liam moved to the North East, signing for Gateshead where he was appointed club captain before the start of the 2016-2017 campaign. Primarily used as a central defender during his career, Liam can also operate at right-back and his quality and wealth of experience will be vital to Salford City's 2017-2018 promotion push. On behalf of everyone at Moor Lane we'd like to welcome Liam to his home city club and trust that his time as an Ammie will be a happy and successful one. Article photo courtesy of Charlotte Tattersall Original Article by Andy Gibling - http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/salfordcityfc/news/ammies-swoop-for-hogan-1800265.html
  7. Thirty-two year-old Danny was born in Salford and started his career with Bolton Wanderers, making his Premier League debut in a home game versus Liverpool aged just seventeen. Loan spells with Notts County, Rochdale and Blackpool followed before a permanent transfer to Carlisle United, completed on Christmas Eve 2004. Carlisle were in the Conference when Danny signed for them and he was an integral part of the side that rose to League One level by 2007.He was named in the League One team of the year for 2007-2008 and was also appointed club captain at Brunton Park. Having made well over 300 appearances for Carlisle, Danny signed on loan for Wrexham in January 2014 and the following summer he moved to then Conference North side Barrow. Once again he made a huge impact as the Cumbrians secured the divisional title on the final day of the 2013-2014 season. Danny succeeded former Salford defender Simon Grand as Barrow club captain and after chalking up over 100 appearances for the Bluebirds has now decided to make the switch to Moor Lane. A great addition to a squad that will be re-shaped over the summer, Danny is a vastly experienced six-foot-two central defender and we'd like to extend a warm Ammie welcome to the first new face of the summer. Original Article by Andy Giblin - http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/salfordcityfc/news/danny-livesey-signs-for-salford-city-1801018.html



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