Although we have no photographic evidence of our first ever “Festival of Football” the emphasis was  on enjoyment, not competing. As such, we didn’t record any scores, the refereeing was done “in-house” and the vast majority accepted all decisions gracefully. A big THANKYOU to the walking clubs, Crosby, FC.United of Manchester, Liverpool and two teams from Preston North 

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Another fantastic day at the Liverpool Red Neighbours Community Programme held at the Anfield Sports and Community Centre. The weather was great, football was excellent and we got to play against three legends (Robbie Fowler, Gary McAllister & Alan Kennedy). No detailed match report’s to speak of because they don’t record the scores (but we won 

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Next port of call for the Euro happy band was Malaga to meet up with a former players John Wright and Billy Rotherham. The weather changed to a more British climate to greet the squad and in a tournament which can only improve organisational wise, we started off well v the hosts with Wilkins putting 

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The WWFC Over 60’s tournament was eventually won by Birmingham 2-0 against Huddersfield with Crosby winning “the plate” final 1-0 against Preston North End. Both Wigan teams lost in the semis after winning their groups in convincing style. Group Winners & Runners Up Semi-Finals : Wigan Whites 0 Birmingham 1 / Wigan Yellows 0 Huddersfield 2 

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Two Groups of four teams. Group 1 Wigan Yellows 1-1 Preston NE Wigan Blues 0-1 Southport Preston NE 2-1 Wigan Blues Southport 0-4 Wigan Yellows Preston NE 2-0 Southport Wigan Blues 0-4 Wigan Yellows Group 2 Wigan Whites 0-0 Northgate Wakefield 3-0 Crosby Crosby 1-3 Northgate Crosby 0-8 Wigan Whites Northgate 2-1 Wakefield Semi Finals 

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Another quality day away up the East Lancs as we took part in the Liverpool Neighbours Walking Football Event on Friday 20th October ’17 Performance wise we gave another cracking account of ourselves and also helped out Wirral WFC who were a player or two short. This summed it up for me from striker Gary,  

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