Fakenham Town will be hoping to put one of the darkest days in the club’s 133-year history behind them today – by playing a game of football.
Fakenham Town are a club in turmoil after a player mutiny forced the 11th hour postponement of their home match with Great Yarmouth.
Wayne Anderson rescued Fakenham from relegation, led them to promotion and then a place in the Norfolk Senior Cup final at Carrow Road.
Fakenham Town have parted company with first team manager Robbie Harris, after just four months in the Clipbush Park hot seat.
Fakenham Town kicked off their 2017-2018 pre-season campaign on Friday evening with a 3-0 derby defeat at the hands of visiting Bostick League Division One North side Dereham Town.
Dereham Town have snapped up striker Ashley Jarvis from neighbours Fakenham Town as part of a busy spell of transfer activity.
The opportunity of a return to Fakenham Town was too good to resist for Robbie Harris.
Fakenham Town have brought Robbie Harris back to Clipbush Park for a second stint as manager.
Even by underdog standards, Fakenham Town have had it tough on their way to this season’s Norfolk Senior Cup final – which should ensure no one takes them lightly on Monday night.
Fakenham Town are all set to take to the turf at Carrow Road on Monday evening in the final of the Norfolk Senior Cup.
Fakenham Town stalwart Neil Jarvis is to take temporary charge of the Ghosts following the departure of Wayne Anderson.
Wayne Anderson feels “hurt” at being deprived of the chance of leading Fakenham Town out in the Norfolk Senior Cup final at Carrow Road.
Fakenham Town’s hopes of not being sucked into a relegation dogfight in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division took a turn for the better at the weekend, despite the Ghosts losing 2-1 at home to Stanway Rovers.
Fakenham Town took a big step towards league safety at the weekend with a 5-2 home win against Saffron Walden Town.
Passion, desire and heart were the key elements to Fakenham Town’s unlikely Norfolk Senior Cup semi-final victory over Harleston Town, proud manager Wayne Anderson has said.
Fakenham Town drew 2-2 away against Hadleigh United on Saturday afternoon, a result which saw Wayne Anderson’s Ghosts drop down to 14th position in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division table.
Confidence is flying high for Harleston Town as they aim to seal their place in the club’s first Norfolk Senior Cup final tonight – and extend their 11-game winning streak.
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