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I need to miss football if I'm to go back to it, says Niall Conroy

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3rd January 2020

Godmanchester Rovers keeper will hang up his gloves at the end of the season
Niall Conroy insists he will never say never to returning in the future, but is looking forward to taking a break from football.

The former St Ives, St Neots, Histon, Soham, Cambridge City and Haverhill Borough keeper has announced that he will quit playing at the end of this season, despite being aged only 27.

But he has promised to see out the season with his current club, Godmanchester Rovers, in the Eastern Counties Premier before hanging up his gloves.

Read the Full Article by Tim Street @ Cambridgeshire live

Godmanchester Rovers boss out to build a settled side after agreeing to stay on

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 3rd December 2019

Ollie Drake is staying on as Godmanchester Rovers manager for the rest of this season.
Drake told the Hunts Post last week that he was considering his future at the helm.

But he is now committed for the current campaign and is determined to turn around Rovers' fortunes.

They fell to a fourth defeat in their last five games in all competitions when being beaten 3-1 at Newmarket Town in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division last Saturday.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Godmanchester Rovers chief Ollie Drake considers his future

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26th November 2019

Ollie Drake is contemplating his future as Godmanchester Rovers manager.
The local club are enduring a tough season in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division.

They slipped to 10th position in the standings following a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Kirkley & Pakefield last Saturday when again without a whole host of players.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

Late penalty gets depleted Godmanchester Rovers out of a spot of bother

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14th November 2019

Scraping victory against rock-bottom opposition with a stoppage-time penalty might not usually be the cue for wild celebrations.
But it was the exact scenario which left Godmanchester Rovers boss Ollie Drake feeling ecstatic last Saturday.

Ross Munro coolly stepped up from the spot to earn a 5-4 victory at basement boys Gorleston and secure three precious Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division points for a patched-up Rovers side who were without seven regular players.

Read the Full Article by Mark Plummer @ The Hunts Post

There's no place like home for Godmanchester Rovers defender

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26th November 2019

Hall came back to his hometown club for a third spell in the summer

When Jonny Hall was looking for a new club in the summer, it was a ‘no-brainer’ once the club he calls home was interested.

Having left Potton United, the experienced former St Ives, St Neots and Soham defender returned for a third spell at Eastern Counties Premier club Godmanchester Rovers.

There, he linked up once more with twin brother James, a striker who also returned for a third spell with Goddy having left St Neots midway through last season.

Read the Full Article by Tim Street @ Cambridgeshire live