St Albans City

Questions still remain for St Albans City about what happens next after the National League suspended the 2019-2020 season indefinitely.

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Scott Shulton says the consensus among players he’s spoken to is that the FA’s decision to void the season is “strange”.

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A former St Albans City footballer is hoping a free exercise class on Facebook for children and adults alike brings a sense of “normality” to people’s lives during the coronavirus lockdown.

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St Albans City manager Ian Allinson says his players are coping with lockdown but they just want to get back to playing football.

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Ian Allinson says “positive and quick” answers need to be given to clubs so they can finally start to plan what comes next.

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The non-league football season below the top two steps is over – with dire consequences for Colney Heath but relief for London Colney.

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Blame it on the confined participants, blame it on mixed messages, blame it on the boogie if you want to but it appears despite an hour of confusion the non-league season is officially over.

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Zane Banton feels the St Albans City squad would prefer to finish the season if possible but admits the safety of his family and friends should come before any footballing decision.

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It’s not just his football life that has been hit by the coronavirus outbreak with Zane Banton also left to ponder the damage being done away from Clarence Park.

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The Friday the 13th movie franchise took 12 goes at convincing us how unlucky that particular date is - Zane Banton needed just two occurrences of March 16 to put a black mark against that one.

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Uncertainty is the main word being used around sport at the moment. Nobody knows what is going to happen and Welwyn Hatfield Times and Herts Advertiser sports reporter Neil Metcalfe is definitely no different. That hasn’t stopped him from peering into his crystal ball mind you and seeing if he can unpick what might happen in next season’s non-league’s structure. Find out where he has placed your team in his latest Mouth of the Tyne column.

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The FA have announced their hope to finish the season with an indefinite extension – although it only applies to the “professional game”.

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The National League have joined the other leagues in the top eight levels of English football by postponing all fixtures until April.

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It was a memorable day on an individual level and a valuable three points for St Albans City but Tom Bender was left wondering whether it should have happened at all.

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Ian Allinson has launched a scathing attack on the National League over the decision not to postpone this weekend’s programme.

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If this is the last game for some time – or even for the rest of the season – then it was one to be happy with for St Albans City as they won 1-0 at Braintree Town.

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The National League has decided not to suspended all fixtures despite the escalating threat of Coronavirus.

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Strap yourself in, it’s going to be a bumpy ride is manager Ian Allinson’s warning for fans and players of St Albans City as they prepare for the two biggest games of their season.

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St Albans City made it into a second successive Herts Senior Cup final thanks to a 2-0 win at Kings Langley – although the final score disappointed manager Ian Allinson.

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St Albans City’s next two league games could prove crucial in deciding their National League South fate this season but before they get there they have to get through a Herts Senior Cup semi-final – and that is a match that manager Ian Allinson says they won’t be taking lightly.

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St Albans City quite literally paid the penalty in their 2-1 home defeat to Dartford said manager Ian Allinson – although he admitted silly mistakes didn’t help their cause.

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St Albans City remain rooted in relegation trouble at the bottom of National League South after a 2-1 home loss to Dartford.

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