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November 12th

North Ferriby United's boss says they've shown they can compete with the table's top sides, but they need to cut out unnecessary errors.
The Villagers were beaten 4-1 against Nantwich Town on Saturday - which leaves them 8 points from safety.

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North Ferriby United were beaten 4-1 against Nantwich Town on Saturday.
Villagers manager Paul Foot says they gifted the visitors each of their goals.
The defeat leaves Ferriby eight points from safety.

November 9th

North Ferriby United welcome Nantwich Town tomorrow in the league.
Manager Paul Foot says they'll continue to be an attacking team, despite the visitors being second in the league.

November 5th

North Ferriby United's boss Paul Foot says there are plenty of positives to take from the 4-2 defeat against the league's third placed side Basford United.
The team's were finely balanced until the 73rd minute when the Villagers' Dan Nichols was sent off for leading with his elbow.

November 2nd

North Ferriby United boss Paul Foot says it's hard to know whether the proposals to move and re-name the club are effecting on-pitch performances.
The club's owners are considering moving the club to Dunswell, and changing the name to East Hull FC.
Foot has called for the supporters to back the club, as they prepare to travel to Basford United in the league tomorrow.
Ferriby currently sit bottom of the league, six points from safety, having played three more games than Marine, who occupy the last safety spot.

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North Ferriby United return the league action tomorrow with a trip to Basford United.
The Villagers currently sit bottom of the league, six points from safety.
Manager Paul Foot says the players have to believe they can cause an upset.

October 29th

North Ferriby United's boss Paul Foot described Saturday's 3-0 cup defeat at South Shields as men against boys.
Foot, who took charge of the Villagers earlier this week, says the players have got to learn to talk to each other on the pitch.
He says they've got a big job to do over the coming months and it won't be easy.

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North Ferriby United were beaten 4-0 at South Shields in the FA Trophy.

October 26th

North Ferriby United take a break from league action tomorrow when they travel to South Shields in the cup.
It's Paul Foot's first game in charge of the Villagers. Although daunting playing a team unbeaten at home, Ferribys only win in the league was against the opposition.

October 23rd

North Ferriby United have confirmed a trio of departures at the club.
Luke Lofts and Jamie Forrester have joined Scarborough, and Luke Hinsley has joined Matlock Town.
The Villagers have recently appointed club legend Paul Foot as their new manager.

October 22nd

North Ferriby United's new manager Paul Foot says he's delighted to take charge of a club which means so much to him.
The former club captain says he's aware of the importance of the club to the community. 
He says hopes he can bring back the success he had during his playing days.
It's going to be a tough ask, with the Villagers having only won one league game so far this season.

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North Ferriby United have announced former player and club captain Paul Foot as their new manager.
Joe Lamplough, who took temporarily in charge in the weekend's 2-2 draw at Buxton - will be Foot's assistant.
Owner Carl Chadwick says he's delighted, saying so many people have talked about his passion for the Villagers and the rapport he had with the fans.

October 19th

North Ferriby United's Caretaker Boss Joe Lamplough says the team has to improve.
Lamplough's been put in temporary charge, following the sacking of Chris Bolder and Paul Robson.
The Villagers currently sit bottom of the league, and head to Buxton tomorrow looking to pick up a second league win.

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The caretaker boss of North Ferriby says he wants to keep the squad together.
He says there isn't a negative atmosphere in the changing room.
Joe Lamplough takes charge of the Villagers for the first time, when they travel to Buxton tomorrow.
It follows the sacking of Chris Bolder and Paul Robson earlier this week.

October 18th

Joe Lamplough takes charge of North Ferriby United for the first time on Saturday, following the sacking of Chris Bolder and Paul Robson earlier this week.
The Villagers face a tough trip to Buxton.
Lamplough says it's an honour, but he was gutted to see Bolder and Robson go:

October 17th

North Ferriby United have been drawn away to South Shields in the FA Trophy a week on Saturday. 
The Villagers, with Joe Lamplough temporarily in charge, will travel with some confidence having already beaten them in the league this season.

October 16th

North Ferriby are on the look out for a new manager, after Chris Bolder was sacked last night.
Assistant Paul Robson was also dismissed, as Ferriby look to avoid a third successive relegation.
Villagers owner Carl Chadwick says the team hasn't progressed this season.
Ferriby sit bottom of the Northern Premier League, three points adrift of safety, having played five more games than Workington, who occupy the final safety spot.

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North Ferriby United has dismissed manager Chris Bolder and his assistant Paul Robson from their posts.
Owner Carl Chadwick says it's never easy to sack somebody, but felt it was too much of a risk to continue as they were.
The Villagers have picked up six points from 15 games, and sit bottom of the Northern Premier Division.
Joe Lamplough takes temporary charge, starting with the game at Buxton on Saturday.

October 15th

North Ferriby United's manager Chris Bolder says accountability and responsibility has to come from the team when they're on the pitch.
The Villagers suffered a 2-1 defeat against Stafford Rangers at the weekend.
Bolder says they know what's required, but he's still having to manage them from the touchline - something that has to change quickly.

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North Ferriby United were beaten 2-1 at home to Stafford Rangers on Saturday.
Manager Chris Bolder says they paid the price for sloppy defending.
The defeat leaves Ferriby three points adrift at the bottom of the table.

October 12th

North Ferriby United host Stafford Rangers at the Chadwick Stadium tomorrow afternoon.
Ferriby will be looking to lift themselves off the bottom of the Northern Premier League.

October 10th

North Ferriby United fell to their sixth straight league defeat last night - going down 3-1 at Bamber Bridge.
Boss Chris Bolder says they have to take the positives - saying they've not been well-beaten even if the score suggests that.

October 9th

North Ferriby United will be forced to make several changes for tonight's match at Bamber Bridge.
The Villagers are trying to break a run of five straight defeats.
They'll have to do it without Ben Clappison and Jordan Harrison, who are both suspended.

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North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder is expecting a tough game tonight away at Bamber Bridge.
He says they're an in-form side, but knows his team can be competitive against confident teams.
The Villagers currently sit second bottom of the Northern Premier League.

October 8th

North Ferriby United travel to Bamber Bridge tomorrow evening looking to end their poor run of form.
The Villagers were beaten 2-1 by Stalybridge Celtic at the weekend.

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North Ferriby United suffered their fifth straight defeat with a 2-1 loss against Stalybridge Celtic on Saturday.
The Villagers manager Chris Bolder was pleased with the overall performance, saying they're looking more of an attacking threat.

October 5th

North Ferriby United host Stalybridge Celtic tomorrow, looking to move out of the relegation zone.
Two defeats against Witton Albion and Matlock have plunged the Villagers into trouble.
James Nichols will miss out with injury, but new midfield signing Eddie Birch will be in the squad.

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North Ferriby United says they need to do the simple things well when they host Stalybridge Celtic tomorrow.
It's a game the Villagers really need to win, or risk being cast adrift at the bottom of the table.

October 3rd

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says his side need to start doing the basics well.
The Villagers were beaten 5-2 by bottom side Matlock Town last night, which send them into the relegation zone.
Bolder says his side need to be more consistent.

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North Ferriby United were beaten 5-2 against Matlock Town last night.
A trio of unanswered goals for the away side in the second half, sends the Villlagers into the relegation zone.
Manager Chris Bolder says they've got to stop making it easy for teams to score.

October 2nd

North Ferriby United face Matlock Town tonight at the Chadwick Stadium.
The Villagers could replace Matlock at the bottom of the league, if they suffer a defeat.
The visitors are yet to pick up a win away from home.

October 1st

North Ferriby United were beaten 4-0 at home to Witton Albion on Saturday.

September 28th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says Witton Albion will be formidable opponents.
The Villagers start the first of three home games tomorrow, looking to climb the table.
Luke Hinsley returns to bolster the striking options.

September 26th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says he pleased with his sides performance, despite losing 1-0 to Gainsborough Trinity yesterday.
The defeat leaves the Villagers one place above the relegation zone.
Bolder says they were able to cause of good side problems, and are always developing.

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It's 8 games without a win for North Ferriby United, who lost 1-0 at Gainsborough Trinity last night.
A Damian Reeves goal for the hosts just before half time was enough to separate the sides.

September 25th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says they'll have to be at their best to take something from Gainsborough Trinity tonight.
Ferriby and Trinity were both relegated last season, but have had differing starts to the campaign.
Bolder says he has no new injury concerns, as the Villagers look to climb the table.

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North Ferriby United are back in action tonight - when they face a trip to Lincolnshire to face Gainsborough Trinity.
The Villagers face an in form Trinity who have lost just one in seven league matches.
Meanwhile Ferriby will be looking to bounce back from the weekend's 3-1 defeat against Scarborough.

September 24th

North Ferriby were beaten 3-1 at home against Scarborough at the weekend.

September 19th

North Ferriby United were beaten 3-1 on the road in the League Cup last night.
Despite going 1-0 up against Marske United, Chris Bolder's side were unable to hold on.

September 18th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says his side will need to patient tonight against Marske United.
It's a break from the league calendar, with Ferriby looking to progress in the Integro League Cup.
Bolder says Marske have started the campaign well, and will be difficult to break down.

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North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says he'll look to rest a few players ahead of tonight's League Cup match.
Ferriby travel to Marske United looking to win their third league cup in eight years.
Bolder says it's been a gruelling start to the season, but will have to feature eight first team regulars due to league rules

September 17th

North Ferriby United begin their hunt for a third league cup title in eight years tomorrow night.
Ferriby won the Integro League Cup in 2012 and 2013.
They travel to Marske United in the first round tomorrow, hoping to continue their fine history in the competition.

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North Ferriby drew 0-0 away at Lancaster City on Saturday.
Ferriby Boss Chris Bolder said he was disappointed not to take all three points.

September 12th

North Ferriby United scored two late goals to take a point against Grantham Town last night.
A goal from Jack Mail in the 85th minute, and 92nd minute equaliser from Luke Lofts secured a 2-2 draw.
Manager Chris Bolder said it was an 'unbelievable response' from his players, and said the side needs to find consistency.

September 11th

North Ferriby United's manager Chris Bolder wants more urgency from his side when they host Grantham tonight.
The Villagers are back in league action following last weekend's defeat in the first round qualifying stage of the FA Cup.

September 10th

North Ferriby United are out of the FA Cup after a shock exit in the first qualifying round.
They lost 4-1 against Dunston UTS. Manager Chris Bolder has described the Villagers' quality as awful.

September 7th

It's FA Cup action for North Ferriby United tomorrow when they travel to Dunston UTS in the first round qualifying.
With £6,000 going to the winners in prize money, there's a big incentive for both sides to win.
Manager Chris Bolder says they've got some talented players and work extremely hard.

September 6th

North Ferriby United's Luke Lofts says they should have scored more than one goal against Scarborough Athletic.
Having been 1-0 up at half-time, Ferriby lost 3-1 on Tuesday night.
Lofts says the side sat back and invited pressure, and couldn't hold on.

September 5th

North Ferriby United's manager Chris Bolder has described last night's 3-1 defeat at Scarborough as a game of two halves.
The Villagers were 1-0 up at half time - having taken the lead thanks to a Luke Lofts penalty.
Bolder says they struggled to contain the attacks in the second half.

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North Ferriby United were beaten 3-1 away at Scarborough Athletic last night.
A first half goal for Luke Lofts was cancelled out in the second half, with the home side scoring three.
Ferriby currently sit second bottom after six games.

September 4th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says he expects Scarborough to move the ball better than Ferriby's last opponents when the teams meet tonight.
Bolder's side were beaten 5-0 by Warrington Town on Saturday.
Ferriby travel to the East Coast looking for their second win of the season.

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North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says he doesn't want his players to be distracted by Saturday's heavy home defeat.
Last time out, Bolder's side were beaten 5-0 by Warrington Town.
Ferriby travel to Scarborough Athletic tonight in the league.

September 3rd

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says he's grateful to Scarborough, for giving him his first opportunity in management.
Bolder takes his side to the East Coast tomorrow, where he started his coaching career as Assistant Manager.
Ferriby will be looking to improve following their 5-0 defeat to Warrington Town at the weekend.

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North Ferriby United Boss Chris Bolder says his side will learn from their 5-0 defeat to Warrington Town on Saturday.
Bolder says his side needs to be consistent, and need to prove they can play at Ferriby's level.

August 29th

North Ferriby United have been drawn away at Dunston UTS in the First Qualifying Round of the FA Cup.
The tie will be played on Saturday September 8th, with the winners receive a 6-thousand pound prize.

August 28th

North Ferriby United's boss Chris Bolder has described yesterday's 3-0 victory against South Shields as an outstanding team performance.
He's praised the Villagers mentality and team spirit after their first win of the season.

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North Ferriby United picked up their first win of the season with an impressive 3-0 victory against South Shields yesterday.
Two goals from Luke Hinsley on his debut and a third from Jordan Harrison sealed the victory.

August 25th

Despite a late fightback from North Ferriby, the Villagers go down 3-2 against Mickleover Sports.

August 24th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says it'll be a tough test tonight against Mickleover Sports.
It's Ferriby's third of four games in just 10 days.
Bolder says they're prepared for the demanding fixture list:

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North Ferriby travel to Mickleover Sports tonight.
Ferriby are still looking for their first league win of the season.
Manager Chris Bolder says it'll be a tough game.

August 22nd

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says his side put in an outstanding shift, despite losing to Whitby Town last night.
A goal in the 91st minute secured a 1-0 victory for the visitors.
Bolder says his side deserved a point.

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North Ferriby United were beaten 1-0 by Whitby Town last night.
A goal in the 91st minute by the visitors snatched a point away.  
Ferriby boss Chris Bolder says it was a scrappy game.

August 21st

North Ferriby United Boss Chris Bolder says he's likely to stick with the same side that drew with Marine.
Ferriby face Whitby Town tonight, in their first home league game of the season.
Bolder says he expects a tough test against the North Yorkshire side.

August 20th

North Ferriby United Boss Chris Bolder says he expects a close encounter when Whitby Town visit the Chadwick Stadium tomorrow.
Ferriby drew 1-1 with Marine on Saturday.
Bolder says he doesn't expect to make too many changes following the weekend.

August 17th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says he wants to put local players in the spotlight.
Bolder was forced to recruit locally during the off-season, due to budget constraints.
Tomorrow, Ferriby kick off their season against Marine.
Bolder says it'll be a tough test.

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North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says they've had to recruit locally due to budget constraints.
Ferriby get their season underway tomorrow against Marine.
Bolder says the club needs to stabilise.

August 16th

North Ferriby United Boss Chris Bolder says he's looking for stability this season in the Northern Premier Division.
Ferriby begin life in the seventh tier, following two successive relegations.
They get there season underway on Saturday against Marine.
Bolder says he's struggled to attract experienced players during the off-season:

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North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder says pre-season has been a success:
Ferriby get their season underway on Saturday, with a trip to Marine.
Chris says he wants to play expressive football: 

August 15th

North Ferriby United Boss Chris Bolder says he wants to play an attractive style of football this season.
Ferriby get their Northern Premier Division season underway on Saturday when they travel to Marine.
Bolder says pre-season has been a success

August 13th

North Ferriby rounded off their pre-season friendlies with a 1-0 loss at home to Tadcaster Albion.

August 10th

North Ferriby United Boss Chris Bolder says he's looking to fine tune his tactics ahead of the new season.
Ferriby play their final pre-season game tomorrow against Tadcaster Albion at the Chadwick Stadium.

August 6th

North Ferriby United boss Chris Bolder said his players put in a great shift, despite riding their luck, on their way to a 2-1 win against Ossett United on Saturday.
Ferriby's pre-season will come to a close against Tadcaster Albion on August 11th.

August 3rd

North Ferriby United play their penultimate pre-season friendly tomorrow when they welcome newly formed Ossett United.
The Villagers are expected to start with the players who could be in the squad for the forthcoming Northern Premier League season.

August 1st

Barton Town have confirmed that Joel Sutton suffered a leg break, which caused last nights game against North Ferriby United to be abondoned.
The club thanked Ferriby's medical team for their assistance.

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North Ferriby United's friendly last night was abandoned after what's been described as a horrible injury to Barton Town's Joel Sutton.
The game was abandoned in the first half.

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