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Jose Antonio Reyes may have described England as a place where there is “nothing to do and nowhere to go”,…
FRUSTRATING, exciting and inconsistent: York City’s start to the 2006/2007 Nationwide Conference season can be said to have encompassed all four of these adjectives for the club’s fans, many of whom are still incredulous that their side is competing one rung below that of the Football League
HE’S MANAGED Fabrizio Ravanelli and Georgi Kinkladze but now Billy McEwan has an altogether different task.
The former Derby County caretaker manager was last Thursday given the poisoned chalice that is the job of managing York City. The Minstermen hot-seat, a club recently scarred by financial crisis, managerial volatility and on-field free-fall, is hardly a glamorous job for the 52 year-old but will certainly signify a challenging return to management