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Manchester Walking Football March 2024 — 7 Comments

  1. Great to be back with the advent of the Spring League, close over 60s matches played in a great spirit as always. Our over 70s (making their debut) and our over 65s are all looking forward to playing in the very near future at Heywood.

    As ever, a big thank you to all the volunteers and referees who make it happen every month.

  2. Terrific report Kevin – The Wakefield lads send their thanks. The scores, facts and figures were perfect but we are in West Yorks…😂😂
    As always a top days football with nothing between the teams. The fact that newly promoted Bolton Blues are in 2nd spot shows that there is little difference between the teams in all the divisions.
    There is a long way to go!

  3. Good round up Kev, can only comment on the games I watched in Division 2, all very edgy and close and it’s going to be like that all season. I think the teams with a cutting edge will have a major advantage, as in big Nick at Blackpool. He proved that today with all his team’s goals and then there’s Bob Hartley at Rochdale, who is capable of winning games with his goals. Plus, with Kev Williams organising the side, they will be OK.
    The other teams, my own Manchester Corinthians included, are on a very level par and any of them could produce wins. It’s going to be close and interesting but mark my words the two strikers I’ve mentioned will be key.
    Mick Tarpey, Manchester Corinthians

  4. Good report Kev, a fair assessment of the games I watched. Some very decent teams and if you have a goalscorer like big Nick there’s always going to be a threat. Don’t think there’s a great deal of difference between the other teams. Rochdale have Bob Hartley, and his goals could make a big difference, but we will see how things go over the next few months. Mick T Manchester Corinthians 😎⚽️

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