Ian Allinson wants St Albans City to replicate the performance against Woking every week as they continue to push for the National South play-offs.
St Albans City gave second-placed Woking a huge fright as the teams battled to a 1-1 draw at a chilly Clarence Park.
Tributes have been paid to a former manager of St Albans City Youth Football Club.
Harold Joseph did not enjoy his return to Clarence Park as his own goal was enough to send St Albans City into the semi-final of the Herts Senior Cup with a 1-0 win over Royston Town.
St Albans City have nothing to fear as they prepare to welcome high-flying Woking to Clarence Park.
There will be a number of familiar faces in the Royston Town team that travels to Clarence Park but the county cup itself should be all the motivation St Albans City needs according to boss Ian Allinson.
If the late defeat to Truro was one point dropped then St Albans City’s 3-2 loss at Dartford was three points dropped according to manager Ian Allinson.
Herts Advertiser’s Neil Metcalfe made the long journey out west on Tuesday to watch St Albans City take on Truro. A fool’s errand or something else? His take on a big day out.
Three goals has helped earn David Moyo the St Albans City player of the month award.
St Albans City missed out on a deserved point after their mammoth trek to Truro City because they didn’t get the rub of the green when it came to the big decisions.
St Albans City were hit with a dose of their own medicine as a goal two minutes into stoppage time handed Truro City a 2-1 win at Treyew Road.
The long journey to Truro is not an excuse St Albans City can use if they fail to return from Cornwall with three points.
Ian Allinson admitted his side were second best for long parts against Oxford City but it didn’t stop St Albans City making it four wins from five with a 1-0 success.
Ian Allinson wants his players to give the St Albans City crowd something to shout about when Oxford City visit Clarence Park on Saturday.
Ian Allinson praised St Albans City’s resilience at Hemel Hempstead Town as they again scored late to remain unbeaten – but he felt they could and probably should have won it.
St Albans City continued their unbeaten run but they left it late to rescue a point at Hemel Hempstead Town with a 1-1 draw.
Two goals worthy of the moniker Christmas crackers gave St Albans City a 2-1 win over Billericay Town and kept their charge up the Vanarama National League South table going.
It maybe a cliche but two goals against Hemel Hempstead Town really were the perfect Christmas present for St Albans City’s David Moyo.
Two goals from David Moyo silenced his former employers and gave St Albans City a 2-1 win over Hemel Hempstead Town.
St Albans City manager Ian Allinson says playing games over the festive period “asks a lot” of his players.