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LATEST NEWS - From the Evo-Stik League:
Lincoln appoint Housham as manager

Lincoln United have appointed former Gainsborough and North Ferriby boss Steve Housham as their new manager.

Chester aim to exploit Quakers' lack of confidence

DARLINGTON go into Saturday's game rejuvenated and having made three signings since last week’s collapse at Hereford, manager Tommy Wright refreshing the squad ahead of the final eight games.

Date for your diary!

old-red-eyes-thumb.jpgIf you are a fan of the musical hits of the Housemartins and/or the Beautiful South, then you will be in for a treat if you come to our next fundraising night on Saturday 6th April, when ‘Old Red Eyes’ (a.k.a. Andy Johnson) will present his solo acoustic tribute to Paul Heaton. For those up with the local music scene may be aware that Andy is also the lead-singer and inspiration behind ‘The Southmartins’, the extremely successful tribute band to ………., you’ve guessed it, The Housemartins and The Beautiful South!

Tickets for ‘Old Red Eyes’ are £10 and can be obtained from:

The DFCSG table and the Quaker Retail unit at home matches;
Quaker Retail in the Dolphin Centre, Monday to Friday between 10am and 1pm; and
Online from buytickets.at/dfcsg

If you require further information, call Rob Duncan on 07985 020578 or email him at rob.duncan@darlingtonfc.org

From Simon Hahn:
Darlo – Newcastle U23’s a few thoughts

  After a night back at the Arena there were many positives to takes despite defeat to Newcastle’s youngsters. Like last year it was a weird experience being back at the white elephant, but still, all considered I think we had a good turnout. As a whole, we looked effective going forward and were unlucky […]

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Meet the opposition - Halifax Town

Halifax Town BadgeHalifax Town are no strangers to the Quakers, regardless of whether they reformed and we didn’t we call know that a club is it’s fans so it is perhaps fitting that our very first game back in the town is against the Shaymen.

There are a number of links between the two sides, not the least of which is that their former Manager Neil Aspin starred for the Quakers during the time of our promotion challenge where we fell at the final hurdle against Peterborough on a dreadful night in North London.

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