John Morrell has resigned as Club Chairman while former Arlesey & Premier league player Dave Kitson has agreed to step in.
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'FROM THE ARCHIVE'
To coincide with the club celebrating 130 years of football in Arlesey, today we publish online part one of our 'From The Achive' serial.
Orginially published in our Matchday programme last season, our history begins with our formation in 1891.
Over the coming weeks, look out for more of our history as we progress through the years.
EYNESBURY ROVERS MATCHDAY PROGRAMME
Tuesday night (3rd November) vs Eynesbury Rovers.
To mark Remembrance Day on Sunday 8th November, and to coincide with our 'From The Archive' series, £1 from every matchday programme sold will be donated to the Royal British Legion.
There will be 40 copies of the Limited Edition cover available (more copies with this season cover on sale too)
photo credit : @MKDonnette
SILEBY RANGERS PROGRESSAFTER ARLESEY SELF DESTRUCT
An important game for Arlesey as the FA Vase always holds a special spot for the people of Arlesey. Northampton Sileby a complete unknown to most of us. The game started with a relatively slow tempo.
From a corner the ball was only half cleared and came to Derek Feyi and his volley went just the wrong side of the post. A poor clearance was well intercepted by the Sileby player but he shot well over the bar and a good looking cross in was well taken by Luke Daley.
From an Arlesey FK Feyi picked up the clearance and hit a long shot that the keeper could not hold but his defence helped him our scrambling it clear.
CARVALHO BRACE AND A DIMOV STRIKE SEE OFF TRING ATHLETIC
Arlesey started strongly and really should have netted in just the 2nd min as a bad back pass from Tring, Jalen Miller pounced on it going into the box, closed down quickly it was just about cleared just missing Boyan Dimov
who almost got it on the edge of the area.
A series of Arlesey corners eventually found Bruno de Brito whose header was pushed over from hitting the cross bar. A Tring FK was met by Callum Short who was well tackled by Luke Daley in goal just outside the box but a FK was given to Arlesey. READ MORE...IN REPORT
photo credit : (Barry) @thecoldend
EARLY FA CUP EXIT AT FIVE GOAL WROXHAM
Arlesey’s season got off to a disastrous start last night at Wroxham as they crashed out of the FA cup. After the very long journey which did effect team selection the game was only 2 mins old when a ball through the defence was not controlled by Lessa Boka which allowed the Wroxham forward to get behind him and he made no mistake as he fired home 1-0.
This was compounded in just the 4th minute as another ball was simply passed through the Arlesey defence and slotted home for 2-0, game over before it had started............READ MORE to continue reading Match Report
DEFEAT AT DIV ONE BUCKINGHAM ATH
Last night we were at a very very windy Buckingham and again didn’t manage to win but it was another good workout that put vital minutes in the tank. With lots of players still trying to win their 1st team spot again Arlesey virtually played 2 teams and of course this led to disruption.
For the 3rd game through this preseason the opposition went ahead through a extremely dodgy penalty that didn’t even look in the box and this was converted high into the net which was brave considering the conditions.
The 2nd period was only 50secs Old as LAMOND
crossed in the keeper flattened Meshack Hendrickson but the ball was bundled in at the far post out of a crowd to make it 1-1 .
The game was fairly even then as Arlesey fed in new players to get everyone on the pitch until a break down the left that just evaded the defence and it was put him from the far side. FT 2-1.
LAMOND HITS A WONDER STRIKE
Despite being three goals down to Ware in today's Pre-Season freindly, Ryan Lamond scored the goal of the game with a wonder strike.
Final Score 1-3 Ware
FA CUP DRAW
Today we were drawn against Wroxham FC who play in the Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties League.
Located in Norfolk, we visit our opponents on Tuesday 1st September with a 19:45 Kick Off.
The match is a ticket only event and can be purchased direct from Wroxham FC. http://tiny.cc/wroxhamFACUP
Covid-19 Risk Assessment
Our Covid-19 Risk Assessment is now available to view and download.
Hendon Blitz Blues
Lee Allinson’s Hendon proved too strong for Arlesey Town after they eased to a 6-0 victory on Tuesday evening at Hitchin Road.
The visitors from north west London impressed through a brace from the elegant Luca Allinson, with the powerful Solomon Sambou notching a goal, along with teammates Switters, Shaun Lucien and Sammy Gebrai.
Read Layth Yousif's (Hitchin Nub News) full report by clicking READ MORE.
Link will take you to hitchin.nub.news website
Defeat at Kempston Rovers
Three first half goals were the difference in an entertaining friendly.
Two goals were gifted to the home side and another that could have been prevented in a first half of Kempston dominance. However, a few changes at Half-Time and there was an urgency to our game in the second period where we should have scored at least a goal.
A good game to get Pre-Season going and a good work out in hot conditions. Plenty of returning players and also new ones on show yesterday.
Hendon visit us on Tuesday.
Pre-Season Friendlies Announced
The club have announced four friendlies to kick off their Pre-Season schedule.
Saturday 8th August, we travel to Kempston Rovers. 3pm Kick Off
Tuesday 11th August, Hendon are our visitors. 19:45
Saturday 15th August, we welcome Ware with a 3pm Kick Off and
Tuesday 25th August, we travel to Buckingham Athletic. 3pm.
PLEASE NOTE : NO SPECTATORS ARE ALLOWED INTO ANY GAMES due to Covid-19
We will, as usual be live reporting on the games via our Social Media channels
Player Registrations continue
Click the video to see part two of our new season player registrations
Player Registrations have started
Click the video to see part one of our new season player registrations
Ky Brooks-Lynch Added as Coach
More great news as Chico adds another addition to his management team.
After the appointment of Krasimir last week, Ky Brooks-Lynch joins the club as coach.
28 year old Ky, currently employed at MK DONS academy, has a UEFA 'B' coaching licence and a masters degree in sports performance and analysis helped by coaching at Fulham and West Ham during that time.
Krasimir Joins The Club
We are pleased to announce that Krasimir Korsachki has joined the club as assistant to Chico Ramos.
33 year old Bulgarian krasamir, holds an UEFA ‘A’ licence, youth module (levels 1,2 & 3) and talent identification level 1 & 2 while he is also in his 2nd year at the university of Greenwich studying performance analysis and sports science.
Everyone at the club has been working tirlessly to get everything ready for our re-opening weekend.
Using social distancing measures, our seating inside and out makes sure you enjoy your visit safely & in comfort.
MAURICE CROUCH - A TRIBUTE
A club tribute to our friend Maurice Crouch who Died in June
MOSS & LAMOND PUNISH CRAWLEY
A day that was the calm before storm Ciera and on a billiard flat 3G pitch Arlesey had skipper Aarron Browne’s Sundon Park Rangers u7s as mascots for this away game and it proved to be a great watch.
Arlesey started positively as Ross Taylor put in a good cross that the Crawley Green keeper took right under the bar. The home side quickly settled into their familiar passing game on the 3G but Arlesey kept them to some long range shots.....
TAYLOR WINS JANUARY POTM
New signing Alex Taylor has won our January Player Of The Month vote.
Alex won 76% of the votes with Charlie Moss and Charvey Mahoukou collecting the remaining number.
Alex has won 2 Man Of The Match awards. His most recent against Park View last week and previously on his debut versus Tring Athletic.
Well done Alex
QUARTER-FINAL WIN OVER PARK VIEW
Arlesey started with a good intensity although Park View had the 1st chance as the centre forward got in a good volley at the end of a well worked move but it was no problem for Alfie Hickman making a return to the team.
Arlesey started getting their passing game going, a good ball in from Ryan Lamond found Oussama Bennani but he volleyed over.
BLISTERING 45 MINUTES AT COLNEY
Arlesey started well with a more familiar formation and line up. They won a corner after just 2 mins with Aarron Browne putting the keeper under pressure putting the ball right under the bar but he was able to punch clear.
INJURY TIME EQUALISER FOR POTTON
Yet another draw this time 2-2.
Arlesey looked better balanced for this game as they welcomed back Hatch and Moss up front while Conor Young replaced the suspended Josh Brown for his 1st start.
COLNEY HEATH STAND FIRM IN 2-0 WIN
1st game for any new manager is a tough call. Add to that it’s away at 2nd in the league, you have only had 1 training session and you are missing 5 or 6 regular 1st team regulars inc most of the normal strike force, a tough baptism of fire was in the offing.
THANK YOU LEN & JASON
On the the appointment of our new manager Chico Ramos, Arlesey Town FC would like to publicly thank Len Mcmain and Jason Darvall on taking over as cartaker managers when the previous management team left suddenly on October 4th.
CHICO RAMOS APPOINTED MANAGER
Chico Ramos was tonight confirmed as our new manager following the departure of Matt , Natasha & Graham in October. Len Mcmain & Jason Darvall had been running the team during the last few weeks. Chico's first game in charge will be at 2nd placed Colney Heath on Saturday.
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MOSS GOAL GIVES ARLESEY 3 POINTS
With the attrition of playing twice a week for the last 2 months starting to bite Arlesey had 3 new signings on show for this game and starting was centre half Jardel Stirling. The pitch was good despite the heavy rain in the week and Arlesey started strongly. With Arlesey pushing forward a good ball fed in James Hatch and he hit a great shot that clipped the bar before going out.
PONTING SENDS ARLESEY THROUGH
A very wet pitch greeted Arlesey last night for this Premiere div cup match v North Greenford. With injuries sickness and work making the squad a little thin Arlesey started pretty well although the pitch made control very difficult for both sides and there were several free kicks as defenders tried to tackle and were just a little out....