As we all look toward to the start of non-league football we have been working hard putting together guidelines in line with the latest Government and FA advice so that we can safely bring fans back into The Pinto Property Stadium. There have been several developments coming from both organisations, and to coincide with the FA guidelines on COVID-19, we have appointed a COVID-19 officer and created a club risk assessment to help us guide and support spectators and volunteers to stay safe. We will be constantly making changes and implementing new measures in both the Briggers Bar and the Pinto Property Stadium to keep everyone as safe as possible. We have introduced the track and trace system and will be asking
So when i took this media role on i hoped to keep track of all the Worsbrough teams i remember turning up to the Ladies first training session they had just lost there manager but a good core 13-14 ladies turned up every single week they have taken turns running there training sessions even getting me to become a stand in goalkeeper and i'm happy to admit its been coming together well they recently had an announcement that they have a new manager Andy Gaerts who has come on board and they have there first pre season on sunday in Worksop and i'm sure i can speak on behalf of everyone connected we wish them the best of luck in
Yesterday 18th of August fans were allowed permission to attend non league fixtures below the blue square north/south level. Today on the 19th of August NCEL clubs have been told that only 150 fans will be allowed to attend (this being 15% of the required capacity at Ncel level) This will be raised to 300 after August 31st. Worsborough Bridge FC welcome this decision as it will bring in much needed revenue at this level. Everyone associated with Worsborough Bridge FC agree that football is nothing without the fans and we look forward to seeing you at the Pinto Property Stadium very soon.
So as a way to help this years under 17's they played a match against last years under 17's we caught up with stuart the u17 manager It was a really tough test for us to be honest, the U18s showed us what we need to do to step up a level, we didn't react quickly enough at times and didn't adapt, they scored the same goal 4 or 5 times. Do you believe that the age gap was a factor by all accounts we played better than than the week before. We talked before the game about the 2 specific areas we wanted to see improvement and we did. It's always going to be playing lads older than them but
I spoke to assistant manager Paul Pettinger after the narrow 3-2 loss at Littletown he had this to say We Didn't win the battle. Defensive mistakes cost us but its a good kick up the arse after 2 good performances. Plenty to work on and get better at as a squad. Sometimes this is what you need in preseason sometimes you learn more from defeats than you do wins
I spoke to the gaffer after the 4-0 victory against Wombwell Main https://youtu.be/t9t8ju9G3mc Lee Morris
I spoke to Moz about the recently announced fixture away at Wombwell Main (Tuesday 4th August 7pm kickoff) So what are you hoping to gain from the Wombwell Main game just a performance or something else?In the first few friendlies il be looking at a few different things as in who's been listening to what we are asking for who can put what we ask into practice, fitness levels and looking at a few players playing other positions in case we need that through the season Lee Morris Lee also warned about complacency during the first few games"It can sometimes be difficult taking on teams in league's lower than ourselves they often like to raise there game and our boys need to