Round-up: Disappointment for east Surrey football teams - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorRound-up: Disappointment for east Surrey football teams
Redhill were the only local Ryman League side to finish the day with any points but manager Mike Maher declared himself "gutted" with the 2-2 draw at Tooting & Mitcham United. The home side had taken the lead on 45 minutes through Frankie Sawyer, but ...
First time for everything: Met Police striker Michael Charles - Wandsworth Guardian
Wandsworth GuardianFirst time for everything: Met Police striker Michael Charles
Injured Met Police striker Michael Charles talks chipmunks, scoring for Horley Town and FIAT Puntos. ... First goal (senior football): It was playing for Farnborough against Aldershot Town – who was managed by Terry Brown then – in the Conference. I ...
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Football manager slams 'soft sentence' handed to player's dad who attacked him - Mirror.co.uk
Mirror.co.ukFootball manager slams 'soft sentence' handed to player's dad who attacked him
What sort of message is that sending to people, to football fans, that you can attack someone and ruin his life and not be punished for it? Mr Musto's son Roberto, known as Bertie, was a linesman during the match between Horley Town and Epsom and Ewell.
Dad of young footballer breaks jaw of opposition team's manager after row on ...
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Father-of-four watching his teenage son play football rowed with the linesman ... - Daily Mail
Daily MailFather-of-four watching his teenage son play football rowed with the linesman ...
Kate Chidgey, prosecuting said: 'On Sunday, January 13, 2013, at Court Lodge Playing Fields in Horley at a Horley League football match, Horley Town Under 17s were playing Epsom and Ewell Under 17s football club. 'Close to the end of the match, one of ...
Angry dad breaks football manager's jaw during row while watching son play
Tadworth dad ordered to pay £11K after breaking football manager's jaw at son ...
Dad fined £11100 for smashing football manager's jaw at under-17 match
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POSTPONED: Horley Town, Whyteleafe and South Park games are off - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorPOSTPONED: Horley Town, Whyteleafe and South Park games are off
HORLEY Town will have to wait a little longer for their first three points of 2015 after their Combined Counties League game away to Bedfont Sports was postponed. And after an 10.30am pitch inspection, South Park's Ryman League game against Herne Bay ...
Horley Town searching for first win of 2015 at Bedfont Sports - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorHorley Town searching for first win of 2015 at Bedfont Sports
HORLEY Town go in search of their first win in 2015 on Saturday at Bedfont Sports and manager Anthony Jupp believes if his side play to their best, the three points will be theirs. Horley go into the game on the back of a good point against title ...
Round up: Merstham win, draws for Horley Town, Redhill and Chipstead - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorRound up: Merstham win, draws for Horley Town, Redhill and Chipstead
REDHILL were held to a draw by Hythe Town in a battle at the bottom of the Ryman League Division One South. The Lobsters took the lead through Alex Teniola after 26 minutes but two goals in ten second half minutes for Hythe's Craig Thompson gave the ...
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Jupp and Weller take first team job at Horley Town - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorJupp and Weller take first team job at Horley Town
AFTER guiding Horley Town to Combined Counties League safety this season, Anthony Jupp and Chris Weller have agreed to take on the first team on a permanent basis for 2014-15. After the departure of former boss Trevor Smith, Jupp and Weller, both ...
Dorking confirm groundshare agreement with Horley Town - Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser
Dorking and Leatherhead AdvertiserDorking confirm groundshare agreement with Horley Town
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Dorking Football Club have confirmed a ground share deal that will see them play home matches at Horley Town for the new season. As reported in the Dorking Advertiser last week, the groundshare has now been agreed, which will see both the Chicks' first ...
Hundreds enjoy Bank Holiday football fun at Horley Town - Surrey Mirror
Surrey MirrorHundreds enjoy Bank Holiday football fun at Horley Town
MORE than 750 children took to the pitch at the New Defence over the Bank Holiday weekend as Horley Town hosted their second annual youth football tournament. Split over the rather wet Saturday and scorching Sunday 85 teams of young footballers ...