HOME   ARCHIVE   GALLERY   SHOP   ABOUT US      
 

 
SALFORD CITY CHORLEY FC
 

Star date: 16th April 2010

Salford City 3 Chorley 0

SUPER SUPER SUPER SUPER SALFORD'S ICING ON THE CHORLEY CAKE

Sherpa Tenzing…Sir Edmund Hilary…Richard Branson's balloon… You boys are taking a terrible battering as Salford City scale even greater heights than you could ever have imagined…

With this stunning result the Ammies have now leapfrogged Prescot Cables and Chorley to hit 14th in the Unibond First Division North – equal on points to teams the next two places above us, and we've got a game in hand…

Salford City are comin' on strong as we stuffed Chorley right in their cakeholes.

Match report here…


Salford City 3 Chorley 1
click image to enlarge

It just gets better and better at Moor Lane these spring daze as Salford City continue their fabulous run of victories, this time stuffing Chorley 3-0. If the season never ended the Ammies would keep going all the way to the Football League…to the Premier League…to Europe…to the World Cup itself on this form. Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant!

Apart from one shot that hit the bar in the first half, Chorley never got a look in as Salford City, playing their third game in a week, continued where they left off at Radcliffe Borough the other night to hit three more stunning goals.

Only five minutes into the game Lee Neville crossed for Rhodri Giggs to volley just over the bar, and ten minutes later the incredible Steve Foster, who can't stop scoring since his return to Moor Lane, wacked in the first goal from the edge of the area.

A short while later, Giggs forced the Chorley keeper into a spectacular save from a header, and a few minutes later broke clear but couldn't quite find Foster lurking on the edge of the six yard box.

With time running out in the first half, Foster tried his speciality lob over the keeper which just landed the wrong side of the crossbar, and then, after Chorley had hit the bar and Alex Mortimer had done brilliantly to stop a follow up shot, it was Salford's turn to hit the woodwork. A Giggs cross, Foster again on the edge of the area smacked his shot against the post, and Martyn Andrews follow up cross flashed across the goalmouth with no-one there to finish. Half time 1-0.

Almost straight from the second half kick off, Stuart Tulloch curled a pass to Lee Neville at the far post to knock in for number two, and Tulloch repeated the trick for Giggs to make it 3-0 late on. 

Giggs was substituted straight after his goal, and Salford took their foot off the pedal, saving themselves for Fylde away this Saturday. Win that, and the Ammies are looking at 12th in the league, which would be beyond anyone's wildest dreams…

Super super super super Salford City are giving us another season to remember!
 

Please enter your comment below:
 
 
 
Salford Star Hoodies
Salford Star contact
Deli Lama
advertisement
 
Contact us
phone: 07957 982960
Facebook       Twitter
 
 
Recent comments
article: PARENTS MAKE A STAND AGAINST FORCED CHILD REMOVAL BY SALFORD CITY COUNCIL
I am a little lost here. Surely a court order is needed to remove a child from their parents.and social services would need a goo... [more]
article: CLADDING AND WINDOW SAFETY SCARES AT SALFORD BLOCKS
Ray, they all new of the dangers, as part of the sales pitch used by rockwool and rockpanel, they used to show a building in austr... [more]
article: LOST SALFORD STREETS EXHIBITION
I lived in the green grocers shop on Eccles New Road and played in Zion street behind with friends with the only names I recall be... [more]
article: CLADDING AND WINDOW SAFETY SCARES AT SALFORD BLOCKS
Moved away best move, firstly I take it you don't live in these blocks one thing is for sure and that is your a moron as your unde... [more]
article: HARROP FOLD HEAD SLAMS ‘PERSONAL VENDETTA’ OF SALFORD CITY COUNCIL
Bob the regular thinks there will be a big payout and an apology. No. The authority have gone by the book; if serious allegations... [more]
 
 
 
 
 
Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds
 
 
 

Donate

Help the Salford Star...

all donations welcome

 
 

More articles...

PARENTS MAKE A STAND AGAINST FORCED CHILD REMOVAL BY SALFORD CITY COUNCIL

Star date: 20th September 2018

CIVIC CENTRE SEES PARENTS RAISE AWARENESS OF COUNCIL CHILD REMOVAL PRACTICE

"We're not doing this for the parents we're doing this for the kids, because kids are being hurt..."

Today saw parents who have had their children removed stage an awareness demonstration outside Salford Civic Centre... "We're not fighting for our kids to be brought back to us now, we're fighting for a better system for our kids in the future because it's not right what's going on, it's really not" Katie Jane told the Salford Star.

The demonstration is set to continue tomorrow (Friday) and next week until the 25th September, with networking in Victoria Park over the weekend.

Full details here...

£7MILLION CYCLE AND WALKING ROUTES FOR SALFORD ANNOUNCED

Star date: 20th September 2018

MONTON, SWINTON AND TRINITY WAY TO GET NEW CYCLE PATHS

Transport for Greater Manchester has announced a plan for £7.1million worth of cycle paths and walkways in Monton, Swinton and Trinity Way, with Salford City Council contributing £1.2million towards the total cost.

"The people of Greater Manchester will soon have a genuine choice in how they travel, ensuring that they and their children have a viable and attractive alternative to the car" says Chris Boardman, Greater Manchester Cycling and Walking Commissioner.

Full details here...

HARROP FOLD HEAD SLAMS ‘PERSONAL VENDETTA’ OF SALFORD CITY COUNCIL

Star date: 19th September 2018

DREW POVEY ACCUSES SALFORD COUNCIL OF 'HEAVY HANDED' 'VENDETTA'

"I'm speaking up for myself but also all the leaders who have been in touch to say the same happened to them #TakeAStand..." Drew Povey

Drew Povey, the Executive Head of Harrop Fold in Little Hulton, has resigned from his post, slamming Salford Council's "heavy handed approach" while investigating 'administrative errors' at the school and accusing it of a "personal vendetta".

In an open letter to the school's governors, Drew Povey writes that he refuses to walk away from the school with a settlement and accept a gagging clause.  So he's gone public...to #TakeAStand.

Full details here...

SALFORD BIG HEALTH DAY FOR ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

Star date: 18th September 2018

BIG HEALTH DAY AT SALFORD CITY FC

Big Health Day
Thursday 20th September 10am-2:45pm free
Salford City FC Moor Lane

This Thursday there's the 9th Annual Big Health Day for adults with learning disabilities, their carers and support staff at Salford City's ground on Moor Lane, with  workshops, activities, information stalls and mystery prizes.  

Full details here...

CLADDING AND WINDOW SAFETY SCARES AT SALFORD BLOCKS

Star date: 18th September 2018

WHY ARE PENDLETON RESIDENTS NOT BEING LISTENED TO?

"The housing provider has lost the good will of residents through their many failings and deafness when it comes to the residents' concerns..."

Windows about to fall out...dodgy cladding...secret safety reports and loads more going on at the Pendleton Together blocks near Salford Precinct.

Here, in the first of a two part feature, Graeme Langton, the suspended but elected chair of Malus Tenants and Residents' Association, writes about multiple problems residents are facing and suggests some solutions for Salford City Council to ponder.

Full details here...

 



written and produced by Salfordians for Salfordians
with attitude and love xxx