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Today's FULL NEWS follows the HEADLINES, below...
"The Summary Findings from the Strategic Review recently carried out are available below...
Though the official presentation is still nearly a week away, it was felt by the Club that supporters should be given every opportunity to absorb fully the Review Team's findings in advance.
As previously stated, all supporters are cordially invited to the presentation, in the Community Sports Hall on Sunday February 26th, starting at 7pm.
It will be chaired by Ian Watmore, and the order will be as follows:
The Club would like to apologise to any supporters who are unable to attend, though it is hoped a detailed account of the meeting will appear on the website".
The Summary Findings from the Strategic Review are available in...Worcester News reports that "Steven Craig’s future at Worcester City is set to be made clearer after holding 'serious' talks with caretaker boss John Snape.
The 36-year-old frontman is expected to discuss his options with Snape today after his loan spell at Stafford Rangers came to an end. Worcester are light on attacking options following the departure of strikers Lee Hughes and Colby Bishop. But Craig has scored just once in 10 appearances since joining the club last summer and has struggled with injuries.
'I will be talking to Steven as his loan is up with Stafford Rangers,' Snape said. 'When he comes back, we will have a serious chat about his future and what he wants to do between now and the end of the season at the football club'.
The former Wycombe Wanderers player joined Rangers on loan last month as he looked to get games under his belt. But the Manchester-based forward failed to score in three outings and Stafford manager Neil Kitching was not impressed with his performances. 'I sent him back after Tuesday night's game,' Kitching said... 'He hadn't really had an input with goals or performances. It wasn't right keeping him around, we'll go with the lads who are fully committed to what we're trying to do'.
Forward Jordan Murphy and attacking midfielder Ebby Nelson-Addy impressed in an unfamiliar strike force in City’s 2-1 defeat to FC Halifax Town at the weekend. Snape has spoken of his desire to field home-grown talent as 16-year-old Tyreece Ruddock, Aaron Brett and Callum Devlin were named on the bench, with the latter coming on for his City debut in the final few minutes. But Worcester-born striker Joe Bates, who has been on the fringe of the first team squad, will remain on loan at Bishop’s Cleeve.
'Joe took a three-month loan as he wanted to get games and he wants to see that out', Snape added".
Also from the Worcester News, we laeran that a "Late injury 'blow' to Graham Hutchison handed Rotherham United youngster Tom Rose a starting berth against Halifax Town, according to Worcester City caretaker boss John Snape.
The 19-year-old defender, who has joined on a one-month youth loan, played the full 90 minutes... Snape said he was pleased with the debutant’s performance as he was part of a five-man midfield... after finding out centre-back Hutchison had picked up a knee problem.
'He wasn’t originally going to start the game, he was going to come on,' he said. 'He is a left-sided player and probably still needs to learn the game a little bit at this level as he is not used to it, But an injury to Graham before the start of the game led to him starting... He will be training with us in the week as well, so hopefully we can get a bit more out of him'.
Snape also confirmed experienced defender James Chambers (thigh) and winger Chekaine Steele (hamstring) were also ruled out through injury. But he is hopeful they will be back fit for Worcester’s trip to bottom club Altrincham on Saturday. 'Graham was feeling his right knee, but hopefully it is just a twinge,' he said. 'James has got a thigh strain and Chekaine was not fit to play as he has got a hamstring strain that we are monitoring. Hopefully we can address that this week so he is available for Altrincham'".Harrogate Advertiser reports that "Harrogate Town were left frustrated after being held to a goalless draw by National League North’s bottom side, Altrincham...
Boss Simon Weaver said, 'I thought we were 15-20 per cent short of energy of where we’ve been the last couple of games. It was a slippery game with everything to lose. Perhaps external factors got in some players’ mindsets - the pitch, the atmosphere was flat, there was no one here [the gate was 782, with 48 from Harrogate] and I thought that, in a negative way, affected us in the first half. I had a word at half-time and said ‘Come on, we’re here to win the game’. We showed more energy second half, but just lacked in the final third.
'You lift your own expectations when you’ve won the last two 3-0, but I’d have taken a 1-0, but unfortunately that didn’t happen'. Weaver named the same starting XI that had recorded back-to-back 3-0 wins at Boston United and at home to Worcester City...
The only shot in the opening half an hour came when Kyle Brownhill’s speculative volley flew wide of the post... Town’s best moment of the half arrived as Danny Ellis struck a sweet left-footed volley from 30 yards that forced Deasy into a fine save... Despite throwing men forward in the closing stages, Town could not find a way through and were made to settle for a point".
The Ladies' next league fixture is at home to Warrington Wolverines.