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North Ferriby's home game against Bamber Bridge has been cancelled, following Ferriby's winding-up order today.
There've been changes on the pitch for North Ferriby United.
Defender Jack Mail has joined Barton Town, meanwhile the Villagers have signed Luke Mascall from Cleethorpes Town.
North Ferriby were beaten 1-0 away at Matlock Town on Saturday.
Villagers manager Joe Lamplough says they did enough to take a point.
He says the side made fewer errors than normal.
The results leaves Ferriby 25 points from safety.
North Ferriby United travel to Derbyshire to face Matlock in their latest Evostik Premier Division fixture, eager to gain some pride after a tough midweek defeat.
North Ferriby United's manager Joe Lamplough has praised the work rate of his players following the 4-0 defeat at Farsley Celtic last night.
He says despite the scoreline it was only in the final 10 minutes that the hosts really secured the game with their last two goals.
North Ferriby United face a big task at Farsley Celtic tonight but manager Joe Lamplough says the players have everything to prove. Celtic are the third highest scorers in the Evostik Premier Division, and thumped The Villagers 6-0 in the reverse fixture in November. They also have the third best defensive record.
North Ferriby United face a daunting task at second-placed Farsley Celtic tonight.
The hosts are the third highest scorers in the division and thumped the Villagers 6-0 in the reverse fixture in November.
Ferriby could welcome back Lewis Exall who missed Saturday's defeat through work commitments and Jake Martindale who was suspended.
North Ferriby United have been disqualified from the East Riding Senior Cup.
It follows a complaint from their quarter-final opponents, Westella & Willerby. It was a game Ferriby won on penalties.
In a statement on the club website, it was revealed that the East Riding FA had found the Villagers guilty of playing an ineligible player.
North Ferriby United fell to a 4-0 defeat at home against Gainsborough Trinity at the weekend.
North Ferriby United entertain Gainsborough Trinity tomorrow hoping to end a run of ten consecutive league defeats.
Jake Martindale is suspended for the game, but otherwise manager Joe Lamplough has a full squad to pick from.
Lamplough says Gainsborough are one of the best sides in the league on their day.
It was another defeat for North Ferriby United, who went down 1-0 at Witton Albion.
Manager Joe Lamplough praised the Villagers performance - who played the last 20 minutes with 10-men after Jake Martindale was sent off.
North Ferriby United are in Cheshire tomorrow to face Witton Albion, in an Evostik Northern Premier League Premier Division match. The Villagers remain in a desperate position at the bottom of the table, 20 points from safety.
North Ferriby United picked up win against West Ella and Willerby last night, in the East Riding Senior Cup quarter-final.
The game was all square at 1-1 after extra time, with the Villagers progressing after a penalty shootout.
Manager Joe Lamplough says they deserved to win, and are still in with a chance of picking up some silverware this season.
There is East Riding Senior Cup quarter-final action tonight at Church Road.
North Ferriby United face West Ella and Willerby.
North Ferriby United Manager Joe Lamplough says a good win tonight will be a confidence booster.
The Villagers take on West Ella and Willerby in the quarter final of the East Riding Senior Cup.
The Football Association's been hearing an appeal against a refusal to allow North Ferriby United to move to Dunswell and to rename it East Hull.
The Northern Premier League last month rejected the bid by owner Carl Chadwick.
Meanwhile, Joe Lamplough's taken over in charge of Ferriby from Paul Foot, owing to his work commitments.
The club's relegation woes were worsened with a defeat against the team above them, Workington, on Saturday.
Lamplough says the change of manager was inevitable.
North Ferriby United failed to ease their relegation worries, in a 2-nil defeat to Workington on Saturday, the team one place above them.
The side conceded two goals from set-pieces without reply, in a poor relegation dogfight.
The result widens the gap between the Villagers and safety to 20 points.
Ferriby’s Assistant Manager Joe Lamplough says they need to toughen up.
North Ferriby United welcome fellow strugglers Workington Town to Church Road, back in action following last week's postponement.
North Ferriby United's Assistant Manager Joe Lamplough says they need to start picking up points:
The Villagers were beaten 2-1 at home to Basford United on Saturday, a result which leaves them 19 points adrift of safety.
A relegation would see them drop into the eighth tier of English football.
North Ferriby United failed to compound the recent poor form, of first-time visitors Basford United, by falling to a 2-1 defeat on Saturday.
In a close-fought encounter, the Villagers were also reduced to 10 men in the second half, and failed to recover when Basford scored a second goal.
The Villagers’ dismal run now sees 10-point gap emerge, between them at the foot of the Evostik Premier Division, and the side above.
Assistant Manager Joe Lamplough says the lads took responsibility for their own errors, and adds that they'll keeping growing and building as a club.
North Ferriby United will be looking for a much-needed three points, when they host Basford United in the Evostik Premier Division for the first time. Basford are 10th in the table. The Villagers will be looking to bounce back from last week's 6-1 hammering against Whitby.
North Ferriby United's terrible run continued, with a 6-1 defeat at Whitby Town.
North Ferriby United hope to take advantage of the patchy home form of their opponents Whitby Town tomorrow, in the Evostik Premier Division. Whitby’s achieved six wins and seven defeats. When they last met in August, Whitby won by a single goal. Manager Paul Foot says it's going to be a tough game but can get a positive result if the team concentrates for the whole game.
North Ferriby United manager Paul Foot says his players are amazing and resilient, despite the tough season they are having.
The team are back in action on Saturday, travelling to face Whitby Town.
The Villagers are 17 points from safety, with a large negative goal difference.
Foot says there's still a belief that they could avoid relegation.
Plans to move North Ferriby United to Dunswell Park, and change the name to East Hull, have been rejected.
The Northern Premier League, the league which Ferriby play in, have rejected it, but an appeal to the FA has been lodged.
The club has been contacted for a response.
North Ferriby United fell further into relegation trouble going down 2-0 at home against fellow strugglers Marine.
The result leaves the Villagers 15 points from safety in the Evostik Northern Premier League.
North Ferriby will be hoping to bounce back from a miserable festive period when they host third from bottom Marine on Saturday.
The Villagers lost all three games over Christmas and are now 13 points from safety in the Evostik Premier Division.
Ferriby welcome back striker Gary Bradshaw who was suspended from the New Year's Day defeat.
North Ferriby United play their first home game of 2019, with the visit of Marine in the Evostick Premier Division tomorrow.
The Villagers will be hoping to bounce back from a miserable festive period, in which they lost all three games.
The side are firmly entrenched at the bottom of the table - 13 points from safety.
North Ferriby United were beaten 6-2 at South Shields yesterday.
Assistant manager Joe Lamplough says the side were naive with their defending.
The defeat leaves the Villagers 13 points from safety.
North Ferriby United finish their festive programme with a visit to high-flying South Shields tomorrow. It'll be the third meeting this season between the two clubs. Ferriby won the first fixture but crashed to a four-nil defeat in the FA Trophy in October.
That was the first game for Paul Foot as manager of the Evostick Premier League side, and he knows they have to be determined.
North Ferriby United visit high-flying South Shields tomorrow desperate for a win.
The last time the sides met was Paul Foot's first game in charge of the Villagers - a game which Ferriby lost 4-0.
North Ferriby United will be out for revenge, when they face South Shields on New Year's Day.
It was Tuesday's opposition who inflicted a 4-0 defeat, in Paul Foot's first game in charge of the Villagers.
Ferriby will be looking to kick start their season, which has so far only seen them win 2 games, in the Evostick Northern Premier League.
North Ferriby United's boss Paul Foot says he remains positive despite the Villagers only having won twice in the league this season.
Ferriby went down 2-1 against Hednesford Town on Boxing Day - cruelly conceding in the fifth minute of injury time.
Next up for the Villagers is a tough trip to South Shields on New Year's Day.
North Ferriby United's boss Paul Foot says he's proud of the team's efforts despite going down to a 2-1 defeat against Hednesford Town.
It was heartache for the Villagers, who conceded in the fifth minute of injury time.
The result leaves Ferriby six points behind the team second from bottom in the Evostick Northern Premier League.
An agonising stoppage time goal left North Ferriby United empty-handed in their Boxing Day clash at home to Hednesford Town.
The visitors took away a 2-1 victory back to Staffordshire, leaving the Villagers still rooted to the bottom of the Evostick Premier Division.
Paul Foot says they're deflated, but he's proud of their efforts:
North Ferriby United say they need to win and make progress now, if they are to have any chance of climbing the Evostick Northern Premier League table.
The Villagers face 14th placed Hednesford Town on Boxing Day at home. The visitors have conceded some 23 goals and suffered six defeats on their travels.
North Ferriby United were beaten 3-0 at Hyde United on Saturday.
Assistant manager Joe Lamplough was upbeat despite the defeat, saying theykept their shape well at the back.
North Ferriby United's boss Paul Foot says it's been an intense fortnight of training, as the Villagers fight for survival.
Tomorrow's trip to Hyde United is the first of three matches during the festive period - with the side eight points from safety at the bottom of the table.
Foot says they've been working on cutting out the mistakes which keep on happening.
North Ferriby United return to action this Saturday after a fortnight off, with three fixtures to face over the festive period.
They travel to Hyde United in the Evostik Premier Division on Saturday. They welcome Hednesford Town on Boxing Day and are then away at South Shields on New Year's Day.
Manager Paul Foot says they need a good set of results in the festive period.
North Ferriby United manager Paul Foot says their 4-nil drubbing against Warrington Town was another catalogue of errors.
The Villagers were down 3 nil by half-time and their defence mistakes kept coming. They don't play again until the 22nd when they face Hyde
North Ferriby United were beaten 4-0 away at Warrington Town.
Villagers manager Paul Foot says the players have to take more responsibility on the pitch.
North Ferriby travel to fourth-placed Warrington Town tomorrow looking for revenge.
When the teams last met The Villagers went down 5-0 at home.
North Ferriby United's manager Paul Foot says his side conceded sloppy goals again in their defeat to Lancaster City in the Evostik Northern Premier League Premier Division.
Foot said that he wished it didn’t take mistakes or goals to go in for them to react. He added that they were a completely different team in the second-half, with good chances which they failed to take.
The game ended with Ferriby's Callum Harrison being sent off for a second yellow card.
North Ferriby United failed to make it back-to-back wins, going down 2-1 at home against Lancaster.
The day was made even gloomier with virtually all of the second half played with only around half the floodlights working.
North Ferriby United boss Paul Foot says he's demanding more from his players.
Ferriby welcome Lancaster City tomorrow in the league, knowing a positive result could take them off the bottom of the league.
Foot says he wants to players to be winners, even in training.
North Ferriby welcome Lancaster City tomorrow in the league.
Dan Nichols returns from a three match suspension, and manager Paul Foot is still waiting to see if Alex Wollerton's loan from Leeds United will be extended.
North Ferriby entertain seventeenth-placed Lancaster City on Saturday in the Evostik Premier Division as they look to secure back-to-back wins.
They were lifted by victory at Grantham last Saturday after squandering numerous previous fixtures by gifting goals.
Manager Paul Foot is warning his players that Lancaster will be coming for the three points to improve on a poor track record, having lost seven of their away games so far.
North Ferriby United picked up their second league win of the season.
They won 2-1 at Grantham Town, thanks to goals from Jake Martindale and Gary Bradshaw.
North Ferriby United are desperate to get back to winning ways, when they travel to Grantham Town tomorrow.
The Villagers are boosted by the return of James Piercy from a one-match suspension, but both Ben Leyland and Dan Nichols are suspended.
North Ferriby United's boss Paul Foot says he still believes they can get out of the relegation zone, but the lads have to believe in themselves, starting with tomorrow's match at Grantham Town.
The Villagers are bottom of the Northern Premier League Premier Division, eight points behind third from bottom.
North Ferriby United Manager Paul Foot says Saturday's trip to Lincolnshire to Face Grantham Town is a massive fixture.
Inexperience on the pitch has seen the Villagers slump to bottom of the Evostik NPL Premier League table, through individual errors. They drew
2-all when they last met Grantham. Foot says the players simply have to believe in themselves.
North Ferriby United's boss Paul Foot says they've got to dust themselves down and look at the next three games - starting with Grantham this weekend.
The Villagers are bottom of the Northern Premier League Premier Division - following back-to-back relegations.
North Ferriby United manager Paul Foot says they have to start picking up points.
The Villagers were beaten 6-0 at the weekend by Farsley Celtic, and played most of the game with ten men after a sending-off in the 22nd minute.
Ferriby currently sit bottom of the Northern Counties East League Premier Division, ten points from safety.
North Ferriby United's manager says they played some really good football - despite going down 6-0 at home against Farsley Celtic.
The Villagers were 1-0 down 20 minutes in when they were reduced to 10-men when Ben Leyland was sent off.
North Ferriby United welcome fourth-placed Farsley Celtic tomorrow afternoon.
It'll be Paul Foot's fifth game in charge, and he says his priority is on improving the shape of the team.
North Ferriby United manager Paul Foot says the 1-0 win over local rivals Hall Road Rangers will give the side confidence.
The Villagers gained only their second win of the season last night, to progress in the East Riding Senior Cup.
Foot gave credit to his players after the game, saying they knuckled down to put an end to their poor run.
North Ferriby United secured only their second win of the season, against local rivals Hall Road Rangers last night.
They won 1-0 in the Second Round of the East Riding Senior Cup, thanks to a late goal from James Williamson.
Villagers manager Paul Foot said he was relieved to get the win.
North Ferriby United make the short trip to Hall Road Rangers tonight, in the Second Round of the East Riding Senior Cup.
Manager Paul Foot is expected to deploy a strong side, against their local rivals.
Foot says he remembers how important these local games were, when he was a player.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.