It was a case of ‘after the Lord Mayor’s Parade’ for Manager Ian Whitehorne last night at a rain-lashed Coles Lane, as there was to be no repeat of Saturday’s heroics at Ashton United, with his Sheffield FC side crashing 3-0 to Romulus.
After the Lord Mayor's Show
It's a big 'un in the Trophy
Sheffield FC have landed a plum home draw as reward for their heroics on Saturday at Ashton United, being pulled out the bag to face either Buxton or Darlington 1883, in a game to be played at the Home of Football on 2nd November.
Girls have a field day with the Ladies
Sheffield FC Ladies played host to a bumper crowd yesterday in their FA Women’s Premier League fixture versus Newcastle United, as the numbers were boosted by an enthusiastic band of schoolgirls and junior footballers, in an event organised by the Sheffield FC Foundation.
Trophy Heroics come at a cost.
Club may be £2,700 better off after yesterday’s FA Trophy upset at Premier Division Ashton United, but it wasn’t all about the money for manager Ian Whitehorne, as he praised a fine defensive performance - and lamented a massive loss for the Club in playing terms - as he spoke to sheffieldfc.com this morning.
Rat or not... Stizz is aiming for Promotion
Richard Stirrup is in a rich vein of form at the moment, there’s no denying that, with the tenacious battling midfielder becoming the first player on the receiving end of consecutive Man of the Match performances this season.
Complacency nearly cost us warns boss
Club want one more for the road
First Team Manager Ian Whitehorne is hoping for more rich picking this evening, as his inform Clubbies head over to one of their happy hunting grounds - The Aspire Lyme Valley Stadium - where they face Newcastle Town (kick off 7:45pm)
Club to face Staveley in Senior Cup
Sheffield FC have been drawn against Staveley Miners Welfare in the next round of the Sheffield and Hallamshire Senior Cup, with the tie expected to be held on Wednesday 6th November, kick off 7:45pm.
The Full Draw is as follows:
Athersley Recreation v Worksop Town
Consistency the Key for Wit
It was a very happy Ian Whitehorne after yesterday’s 2-0 win over Kidsgrove Athletic, and even the horrid weather conditions couldn’t dampen the First Team Manager’s spirits, as Club continued their unbeaten run with another clean sheet.
Forget Owls and Blades: come down to watch us
Sheffield FC boss Ian Whitehorne has issued a rallying call to for local football fans to come along and sample non-league football this weekend, writes Paul Webster of the Sheffield Star.