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Vanarama National League North News

Posted: Sun 16 Apr 2017
Author: Ryan Caffrey
Salford City

Salford City

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It’s coming to the end of the season for the teams in the Vanarama National League North with most sides having just three games to play before the end of the campaign. News is still coming out from different clubs though, including rumoured interest from a club in the Premier League.

The apparent interest comes from Burnley who are said to be considering Curzon Ashton Winger Ryan Hall.

The pacey wide man has already grabbed eight goals for his side and had his hand in setting up several others for his side. Whether the interest is genuine or not is yet to be confirmed but it does look inevitable that the 22-year old will move on this summer.

Darlington 1883 are set to make an appeal against the ban that will stop them from being granted a play-off spot regardless of league position.

The Quakers are currently only one point away from the play-off positions with a game in hand but the National League have stated they will not be allowed to compete in the games since Blackwell Meadows does not have 500 covered seats across two different stands.

Darlington moved into their new home earlier in the season and believe they did not have sufficient time to bring in the necessary seating implements. It remains to be seen what will happen regarding this issue.

From one ground to another now as Salford City’s Moor Lane has been granted a grade B, the standard grading for a team in the National League North.

Redevelopment has been ongoing throughout the season at a swift pace to make sure that the club met the regulations in time and they will now continue to try and reach a grade A soon.