23 Dec 2021 : A Christmas Message From The Manager
On behalf of all the staff and players at Runcorn Linnets, I would like to take the opportunity to wish each and every one of our supporters a very Merry Christmas and thank them for their incredible support so far this season.
We have a group of players and staff that are very proud to represent this club. We were so pleased to be able to give the travelling support at Widnes an early Christmas present with three points in the Halton derby last week. I cannot put into words how simply stunning the support we received last Saturday was. There were hundreds upon hundreds of travelling Linnets fans and they made themselves heard for 90 minutes. The reception they gave our players at full-time was incredible and I know how appreciative the lads were of that level of backing. Those type of numbers and that type of support just doesn't happen in the eighth tier of English football, it highlights once again how unique this football club is and how passionate it's supporters are.
It felt like a really important moment for our team last Saturday. For our management team, it was our 40th game in charge of this club and it felt as if the connection between this group of players and the supporters was there for all to see. That is really genuine. I get to know these lads inside out and they are immensely committed to one another, the group and the club. They are really proud of what they are trying to build here and I can't praise them enough.
I wanted to take the opportunity to thank each and every one of our supporters and volunteers who have played their part so far this season. The numbers that have followed us around the North of England are incredible. They have spent their time and money supporting our team and we are so grateful for that. Equally, they have turned out in force at home, sealing a record home attendance in our FA Trophy tie against FC United earlier this season. I am so pleased that these home attendances have made the work of an incredible team of volunteers worthwhile. From the moment I arrived at the club, I have been simply stunned at the volume and commitment from an army of volunteers that keep this club operating. Their work through the week, on a match day and behind the scenes is phenomenal and without them there is no football team to support each Saturday. As a football team we are immensely appreciative of those in the tea bar, those working around the ground and every single person that makes this football club what it is week in and week out. We head into this Christmas period so pleased with the start we have made on the pitch, but it doesn't happen without those that have supported us so unconditionally.
That togetherness around a football club is the most important thing. Those that clean the changing rooms, those that come and watch us and those that play in yellow and green are all part of the same team. To each of our supporters and volunteers, we thank you for your efforts and your support and wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas. You really deserve it.
I can't promise that everything will always be perfect, but I can promise we won't stop trying to be.
Happy Christmas - I can't wait to see you on the 27th.
21 May : Tribute to the late Arthur Easton, Linnets Trust member and fan
18 May : Reflections of "Spenny" - prize-winning volunteer
17 May : More managerial farewells as assistant Colin Woodthorpe heads for Chester
17 May : Dave Jones resigns from Trust Board of Runcorn Linnets
14 May : Ryan Brooke stars at emotional presentation night for Runcorn Linnets
12 May : Manager Calum McIntyre leaves Runcorn Linnets to take charge at Chester
07 May : Awards Night tickets on sale
01 May : Memories of a fantastic season after Play-off Final loss
29 Apr : Play-off Final - matchday arrangements
29 Apr : NPL West Division Play-off Final is a sell-out
28 Apr : Our initial online Play-off Final allocation has sold out
28 Apr : Play-off Final is now all-ticket - purchase tickets here
27 Apr : Runcorn Linnets power into home play-off final
19 Apr : Pay as You Like for Saturday's home game against Colne
19 Apr : Club statement regarding Leek Town game
18 Apr : Runcorn Linnets secure play-off spot
14 Apr : Ron Corn's Easter parade brings early holiday cheer
27 Mar : Paul Eastup will be back as club secretary from next season
24 Mar : Josh Christian vacates kit manager role to concentrate on Linnets in the Community
22 Mar : Non League Day
20 Mar : In Memory of Peter Eales
12 Mar : Date set for delayed Annual General Meeting
22 Feb : Board Role Changes
11 Feb : The Goalkeeper Situation
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