There can be no let-up for St Albans City if they want to avoid a major FA Cup upset says Ian Allinson.
St Albans boss Ian Allinson is urging his men to write their names in the history books as he looks forward to their FA Cup second qualifying round tie with Whyteleafe at the weekend.
Percy Kiangebeni wants his dazzling solo goal to be the start of more consistent performances from the talented midfielder.
Ian Allinson was pleased to come out of a tough game with another three points but felt the 2-0 success over Concord Rangers could and perhaps should have been far more comfortable.
St Albans City made it three National League South wins in a row when they entertained Concord Rangers. Read how Herts Advertiser’s NEIL METCALFE rated the players at Clarence Park in the 2-0 win.
David Noble must enjoy the sight of Concord Rangers pulling up the drive at Clarence Park as his first goal from open play in over a year put St Albans City on their way to a 2-0 win.
A teenager from St Albans has heaped praise on St Albans City’s Ben Herd after securing a professional contract in the Czech Republic.
St Albans City have been handed a home tie against lower league opposition following the draw for the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.
A topsy-turvy game with a stunning finish brought a second win on the bounce and kept St Albans City on the move up the Vanarama National League South – but manager Ian Allinson still had concerns about his side.
Any niceties built up between St Albans City and East Thurrock United will have to end briefly on Saturday when Saints look to build on their win over Dartford.
A win and a clean sheet brought a smile to the face of Ian Allinson as St Albans City won 2-0 at home to Dartford.
Ian Allinson promised changes to try and stem the tide of goals being conceded by St Albans City and has been true to his word with two incomings and three outgoings this week at Clarence Park.
An incident-packed game at Billericay Town left St Albans City manager Ian Allinson with vastly differing emotions – and plans in place to change their fortunes.
St Albans City have to take their chances if they are going to return from Billericay Town with anything.
Ben Wyatt is loving life at St Albans City and believes there is still plenty more to come from the squad in this season.
Both manager Ian Allinson and Ben Wyatt felt St Albans City could and probably should have taken all three points against Eastbourne Borough.
St Albans City looked to get back to winning ways when they entertained Eastbourne Borough in the Vanarama National League South. Read how Herts Advertiser’s NEIL METCALFE rated the players.
St Albans City had to be content with a point after being held to a 1-1 draw at home to Eastbourne Borough.