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Iain McInnes statement

6 months ago By Josh Miller

The Gosport Borough chairman has reached out to the fans after a disappointing result away at Banbury.

“Please turn out in force on Tuesday night” Iain McInnes

The Chairman's statement read:

"Whilst offering my sincere apologies for the below par showing, for those that paid good money to travel to Banbury United today in such horrible conditions, as a gesture of the club’s gratitude I would like to offer to reimburse the entry fee to that game.

"In addition, we will reimburse £10 towards travel expenses for all those who have proof of attendance and can submit it to Craig Stainton (the club’s secretary) no later than Tuesday evening. They will then be repaid on attendance at Saturday’s match against Merthyr.

"We clearly have some way to go before we can be comfortable about retaining our position in this league which looks increasingly like a two horse race and your support home and away could play a critical part.

"Please turn out in force on Tuesday night when we are likely to face one, if not the most severe test of the season to date against current leaders Kings Lynn Town".

Once again, the club have reduced admission prices to £10 (adults) and £5 (concessions) with children and service personnel (with a valid service card) free.

There will be a Happy Hour in the bar from 6pm to 7pm and a guaranteed £200 first prize in the half time draw.

Updated 16:11 - 4 Feb 2018 by Site Manager

Where next?

Table toppers send seven past Boro' Gosport remain bottom as Hawkins, Fryatt, Gash, Frary and Siddons were all on target for league leaders Kings Lynn Town.
Boro' lose on the road Gosport fall to another torrid 5-0 defeat, this time at the hands of Banbury United.

Sat 25 Aug
First team Staines Town
League 15:00
Mon 27 Aug
First team Basingstoke Town
League 15:00
Sat 1 Sep
First team Metropolitan Police
League 15:00

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