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Chris Greenacre
I hear that the management duo of Salford FC have left

Will be interesting who replaces them.

Maccs manager John Askey rumoured to be offered a mega deal to join them
 
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Jason Koumas
Mellon has also been linked with the job, though I doubt he would go there.

It would be horrendous being in the same division as Salford and their media circus next season. Just another reason to win on Saturday.
 
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tollitt
yep a bit of a toy for them boys one thinks . lets see when they move on and see what happens . wye would askey leave macc it would be a crazy amount of money if he did . and as for melon dont think he would . as he loves the club . but money can talk
 

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Iain Hume
It's hardly bad for Salford, getting promoted to the NL, regardless of the management issue.
 
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Perhaps not a surprise that the management duo at Salford stepped down, is that they have taken over the reins at Chester.

I always thought at some point the likes of Gary Neville would want a bigger name at Salford - although the duo did a very good job albeit with plenty of money. For them to step aside wasn't a total shock but I thought a National League club would have taken them.

Instead they have gone to Chester - a club with real problems it would seem and a massive rebuilding job is required. There may be some investment locally but their squad needs an overhaul. Big Ryan Astles left for Southport last week
 
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Bobby Hutchinson
It would be an insult to MM if clubs weren't sniffing around him.
Thankfully, we're already a big club in the lower leagues unlike Maccs for whom losing Askey must be a risk. Can't see MM moving on anytime soon.
Each of our three seasons in NL were difficult for different reasons.
I think next season will be a nightmare for those scrambling to get out
Assuming all those that missed out on playoffs do OK, you've still got to be looking at Fylde, Dover, Salford and dare I say Wrexham.
Have to say that whilst getting out of NL couldn't have come any sooner, the experience has educated me to a degree in footballing terms and I will continue to watch what's going on there with a great deal of interest.
 
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yes have to say winning so meney games over the last few years has been great and scoring loads of goals to . seeing new grounds and some of the fantastic fans we have met . still remember that south park goal and the guy running the full lenth of the pitch to be with the fans brilliant . the 9-0 of the moors . and the 3-1 down and 4-3 up at barrow great times . but please lets not do it again . so as NORWOOD sang you can shove your vanarama up your ars
 
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I sense a bit of nostalgia for what is no more in the previous comments! Some good times I am sure but there will be more in the future and Tuesday night fixtures at the likes of Solihull will be but a bad memory!
 
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no one is having a go at the fans the players in the non lg at least work for a living not and dont get silly money . thats what makes it realy good to watch will be getting to a couple of games when the super whites are playing