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June 22nd

North Ferriby United's new owner is just over a month into his new role as chairman.
Carl Chadwick took over the club following two successive relegations.
This week, he's told KCFM about his plans for the new season.
He wants the team to go on a cup run.

June 21st

North Ferriby United owner Carl Chadwick is tasked with guiding the club back up the football period.
Chadwick took over last month, after the club was relegated to the seventh tier.
He wants local businesses to support the club.

June 20th

North Ferriby United's preparations for life in the seventh tier of football are underway.
New chairman Carl Chadwick is tasked with plotting a course back to the National League.
Carl took over the club last month, following two successive relegations.
The 37-year-old wants to club to sign local players.

June 19th

North Ferriby United are under new ownership for the third time in eight months.
Professional boxer and builder Carl Chadwick has taken over the club, who will begin next season in the seventh tier.
The 37-year-old hopes he can prove a knock out success, using his boxing experience to improve the Villagers' crowds.

June 18th

North Ferriby United will begin next season in the seventh tier following two successive relegations.
The club is under new ownership, full-time builder and professional boxer Carl Chadwick took ownership of the club last month.
He's calling on local residents to back the side to help raise funds.

June 11th

North Ferriby United have announced the first addition to the squad for the upcoming season.
The Villagers welcome back Eddie Rogerson - the former Barnsley midfielder.

May 23rd

North Ferriby's new owner says the next few months are crucial for the side.
Carl Chadwick hopes fans old and new will attend their games at the ground, saying their support is vital if the Villagers are to play at the highest level they can.

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Ten of last season's North Ferriby United squad have signed up for next season, as the Villagers look to bounce back into the National League.
Among those include James Piercy, Jack Mail, Jack Smith, Luke Lofts and Ben Clappison.

May 22nd

North Ferriby's Manager, Chris Bolder, has began assembling his team for next season.
Jordan Harrison is the first to confirm his place and says he can't wait to get back at it.

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North Ferriby United's new owner Carl Chadwick says Chris Bolder's budget won't be reduced and he'd want to increase it as footfall grows through the season.
Chadwick takes over running the club from Jamie Waltham.
It's as the Villagers look to bounce back from back-to-back relegations.

April 30th

North Ferriby ended their season on a high with an impressive 2-0 win at FC United of Manchester.
Two Luke Lofts second half goals made it 4 points on the road in 48 hours for the Villagers.

April 27th

North Ferriby boss Chris Bolder has praised his team for an outstanding performance last night - drawing 1-1 at promotion-chasing Spennymoor.
The Villagers came from behind thanks to a second half Jordan Harrison goal.
It's a quick turnaround for Ferriby who finish off their season with a trip to FC United of Manchester tomorrow.

April 26th

North Ferriby United take on promotion-chasing Spennymoor Town tonight.
The Villagers have been relegated but Manager, Chris Bolder, says they're using the remaining games to utilise the squad for next season.

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North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder has virtually a full squad to choose from for tonight's trip to promotion chasing Spennymoor Town.
Already being relegated, Bolder says the remaining games are about looking forward to next season and utilising the squad.

April 18th

North Ferriby's boss Chris Bolder feels his side deserved something from last night's 1-0 defeat to Gainsborough.
A first half penalty separated the sides, with the Villagers hitting the bar twice.

April 17th

North Ferriby face Gainsborough Trinity tonight.
Manager Chris Bolder says they have to play to win, even though it could mean almost certain relegation for their opponents.
He says it'll be a good experience for his players to play a side that desperately needs a victory.

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North Ferriby take on Gainsborough Trinity tonight, where a win could mean almost relegation for their opponents.
The Villagers, who are already going down, will recognise some familiar faces too, with four former players in the Gainsborough squad.

April 13th

North Ferriby take on promotion-chasing Spennymoor Town tomorrow.
Manager Chris Bolder says they're a very good side who move the ball well.

April 9th

North Ferriby's Manager says they're still making fundamental mistakes after falling to a 3-1 defeat to Stockport County over the weekend.
Chris Bolder says at times they caused their opponents problems but it didn't always work.

April 6th

North Ferriby take on another strong side of the division when they face Stockport County tomorrow.
Captain Ross Durrant says Stockport were a really good side last time they played them, but believes the Villagers are a lot more organised - especially defensively.

April 3rd

North Ferriby United's game against Gainsborough yesterday was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

March 26th

North Ferriby United stunned promotion chasers Blyth Spartans at the weekend to pick up their first home win of the season.
The Villagers, who are already relegated, won 1-0 thanks to a Jordan Cook goal in the second half.

March 21st

North Ferriby's manager is already planning for life outside the National League North.
The Villagers were relegated on Saturday but earned a credible draw with leaders Salford last night.
Chris Bolder wants to keep the squad together for next season in the Northern Premier League.

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North Ferriby stunned leaders Salford with a late equaliser in the National League North.
James Nicholls pulled The Villagers level with 4 minutes remaining.

March 20th

It's top verses bottom tonight as North Ferriby United host high-flying Salford City.
Only 3 players remain in the Villagers squad that lost 4-0 against Salford in November.
Ferriby will be looking to bounce back after the 6-0 loss at Darlington at the weekend, a defeat that confirmed back-to-back relegations.

March 19th

North Ferriby's Manager says they'll continue to work hard in their remaining games, despite already being relegated.
Chris Bolder says their focus is now on developing the players for next season.

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North Ferriby have been relegated from the National League.
The Villagers were hammered 6-0 away at Darlington on Saturday.
Ferriby are bottom of the league having only won 2 games all season

March 12th

North Ferriby United are two unbeaten away from home after a 2-2 draw at Nuneaton at the weekend.
Manager Chris Bolder says it's a fair reward for the effort of the players in both games and training in recent weeks.

March 9th

North Ferriby take on Nuneaton tomorrow.
The Villagers have lost their last two games against the side. 

March 2nd

North Ferriby United's match with Salford City tomorrow has been postponed due to bad weather.

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North Ferriby United host second placed Salford tomorrow looking to make it back to back wins for the first time this season.
The Villagers beat promotion chasing Bradford Park Avenue last week.

February 26th

North Ferriby United have picked up their second win of the season with a 1-0 victory at Bradford Park Avenue.
The Villagers debutant Lewis Collins scored the only goal of the game after 19 minutes.

February 19th

North Ferriby United have signed striker Jamie Nicholls from Hull United.
It comes after forward Jorome Slew has left the club.

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North Ferriby lost 3-0 at home to Stockport.

February 14th

North Ferriby boss Chris Bolder says last night's 3-0 defeat at Brackley Town was an improvement on the weekend's loss to Telford.
It's been a tough season for the Villagers who are bottom of the National League North table - 21 points behind second from bottom.

February 13th

North Ferriby United travel to Brackley Town tonight with manager Chris Bolder calling for improvements.
The Villagers who are looking for only their second win of the season, are looking to bounce back after the 3-0 defeat against Telford at the weekend.

February 12th

North Ferriby fell to a 3-0 defeat against Telford United.
Manager Chris Bolder wasn't a happy man after the game, labelling their performance as extremely disappointing.
He says they've played well in their last two games and to show such a poor work ethic in the first-half wasn't acceptable.

February 9th

North Ferriby travel to Telford tomorrow as the Villagers fight to avoid relegation.
They currently sit at the bottom of the National League North table after winning just one game all season.

February 5th.

North Ferriby's Manager says there's still work to be done with the squad following their 1-all draw with Leamington at the weekend.
Chris Bolder says the players are still largely inexperienced at this level and they need to get used to the speed of the game and the levels of fitness.

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North Ferriby drew 1-1 at Leamington.
The Villagers are currently bottom of the table, having picked up 9 points all season.

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