View From The Dugout
View from the Dugout: The players are fighting fit and ready to make sure our season doesn’t end today
Robins boss Phil Parkinson talks to Tom Scotson ahead of today’s crucial game at York City…
View from the Dugout: It had an eerie feel, but we’re delighted to have triumphed in five-goal thriller
Robins assistant boss Neil Sorvel was talking to Tom Scotson…
View from the Dugout: We’re going into the unknown, but what a chance to take a step closer to the National League
Ahead of tomorrow’s Vanarama National League North play-off against Chester, Altrincham assistant boss Neil Sorvel has this week’s View from the Dugout…
This week’s column is from assistant manager Neil Sorvel… It wasn’t a classic performance at Hereford but sometimes you have…
After a long trip to the North East on Tuesday night to play Spennymoor, we are heading in the same direction today, as we make our longest journey of the season to play Blyth Spartans, which is the best part of a 350-mile round trip.
View from the Dugout: Our form is excellent but we must keep our foot on the pedal until the end of the season
Assistant manager Neil Sorvel with this week’s column for Altrincham Today…
Two victories by a 2-0 scoreline have made it a good week so far and we followed up Saturday’s win over Bradford (Park Avenue) with a very pleasing three points at Kettering on Tuesday night.
View from the Dugout: Disappointed to lose JJ to a rival but I’m delighted with the “legend” we’ve brought in
Manager Phil Parkinson with his latest column for Altrincham Today…
The latest column for Altrincham Today from Robins boss Phil Parkinson
We’re delighted with the great run that we have achieved… five wins on the bounce, 10 goals scored and only two conceded. You have to go back to before Christmas and the Kidderminster game for the last goal conceded in open play.
Last Saturday’s defeat at Bradford (Park Avenue) was really disappointing.
View from the Dugout: Last-kick defeat was so cruel but we must make sure there is no fall-out in the league
The players performed absolutely brilliantly at Fratton Park in the FA Cup last Saturday… to a man each one was somewhere near his best and to go toe to toe with League 1 side in unfamiliar territory was outstanding.
Today’s Emirates FA Cup 2nd Round tie at Portsmouth is the biggest and most important game that I have ever been involved in.
We enter the FA Trophy this weekend and it’s a case of déjà vu as we return to Bootham Crescent, scene of our magnificent FA Cup win a week last Sunday, to take on York City.
It was a fantastic achievement to play so well at York on Sunday in our FA Cup 1st Round tie, inflicting the first defeat of the season on the Minstermen with a 1-0 win, the goal coming in the 82nd minute from a great strike from Tom Peers, after Tony Thompson had saved Andy Bond’s penalty early in the second half.
View from the Dugout: It‘ll be a tough one – but our FA Cup showdown on TV is a very exciting day for the club
It’s been a very exciting week for everyone at the club as we prepare for our big FA Cup 1st Round tie at York City on Sunday.
View from the Dugout: It’s been a frustrating time – but we know we deserve to be higher up the table
Last Saturday’s postponement of our scheduled National League North game at the J. Davidson Stadium against Telford was very frustrating.
It doesn’t get much bigger than today’s game at Southport in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round, with a mouth-watering tie in prospect and we’re really looking forward to it.
We get back to National League North action for the first time in four weeks with a trip to Guiseley this afternoon and we will need to be very resilient against a side that have improved massively from last season and are currently in a play-off position.
The latest column for Altrincham Today from manager Phil Parkinson…