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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Lambe's Mansfield Deal Done

Bermuda international joins Mansfield Town – subject to international clearance.

On the Mansfield Town website it states, “We are pleased to announce that versatile playmaker Reggie Lambe has signed for Mansfield Town - subject to international clearance.

Lambe has operated in a variety of positions during his relatively short career to date including right-back, right-wing, center-midfield and as a frontman.

Born in Hamilton, Bermuda, the 23-year-old began his career in the academy ranks at Ipswich Town.

Lambe featured frequently in the Ipswich Town reserves in 2009/10, scoring 11 goals in 29 outings, and he impressed boss Roy Keane sufficiently enough to be given his professional debut for a League Cup tie at Shrewsbury Town in August 2009.

After making five league appearances for Ipswich and spending time on loan at Bristol Rovers in 2011/12, the youngster joined Toronto FC in December 2011.

Lambe featured on 55 occasions during two seasons in the Major League Soccer (MLS), but when Toronto began signing high-profile players, such as Jermaine Defoe, he became a free agent.

A three-month spell at Nyköpings BIS in Sweden followed, where he scored once in 12 appearances, before he returned to the United Kingdom and spent time on trial with us.

Lambe also boasts good pedigree at international level, having made his full debut for Bermuda aged just 16 – thus becoming the youngster-ever Ipswich Town player to receive full international honors.

To date, the 23-year-old has received 15 caps for Bermuda and his team-mates include Nakhi Wells of Huddersfield Town.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Wells & Huddersfield Draw with Wigan

Chris Powell's wait for his first win as Nahki Wells’ Huddersfield Town manager continues after his side were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Wigan.

The former Charlton boss was denied a first point in charge at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday after a stoppage-time penalty gifted Middlesbrough all three points.

But Huddersfield were not to be denied for a second time as they produced a battling performance to ensure Uwe Rosler's side remain without a win on the road so far this season.

Powell made two changes to the side beaten by Boro at the weekend, Danny Ward replacing Harry Bunn while veteran forward Jon Stead deputized for the injured James Vaughan. Wigan opted to keep faith with the same side that went down 3-1 at Blackburn last time out after midfielder Emyr Huws was passed fit before kick-off.

Both sides were guilty of some errant first-half finishing. The hosts could have taken the lead inside the first five minutes had Danny Ward's cross-cum-shot not been acrobatically halted on the line by Andrew Taylor.

Ward tested visiting goalkeeper Scott Carson with a dipping effort shortly after but the former England stopper held it well before the Latics began to dominate the latter stages of the half.

First Andy Delort drew a fine save from Alex Smithies with a powerful long-range drive and then Callum McManaman went closer still. The tricky winger rounded Smithies after collecting Don Cowie's well-weighted through ball but saw his goal-bound effort well blocked by a combination of Joel Lynch and Mark Hudson.

McManaman was again the center of attention just after the half-hour mark when he went down under pressure inside the penalty area. But, despite his protests, referee Seb Stockbridge produced a yellow card having decided the former England youth international had dived.

Wigan started the second half in similar fashion as Smithies twice had to be alert to keep out efforts from Huws in the opening couple of minutes.

But Huddersfield looked dangerous on the counter-attack following the introduction of Sean Scannell at the break, and the attacker was unlucky to see a fizzing delivery scooped away from his own goal by the experienced Emmerson Boyce.

Delort fired another warning shot at the opposite end before another dangerous delivery from Scannell was again hooked from under his own crossbar by Boyce.

Town lost defender Lynch to injury in the closing stages but looked the more threatening of the two sides once substitute Murray Wallace had settled alongside Hudson at the back.

But Powell must wait until Saturday's West Yorkshire derby with Leeds at least for a win after Carson's late save to deny Stead rounded off a frustrating evening for both sides in front of goal.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Smith Leads Goalscoring in Finnish League

Smith Celebrates Scoring
Following his two goals that we reported yesterday, Jonte Smith’s goal tally in the Finnish North Two Division has moved to League Leading 19.

Smith drew the Kemi Kings level in the 51st minute in their match against OPS and then found the back of the net in the 62nd minute to earn them the three points.

Smith has started 24 games and has found the back of the net 19 times with only two of his goals coming from the penalty spot.

Sunday, September 14, 2014
Smith Scores Twice in Kemi Kings Win

Jonte Smith scored twice in PS Kemi Kings 2 – 1 comefrom behind win over OPS.

OPS took the lead after the first half through a Matias Juntunen goal, but during the second half Kemi Kings top gun Smith, finished twice.

PS Kemi created good attacks in the first half, but the efforts were not good enough to beat the OPS goalkeeper. The second half was then completely different.

Juntunen scored in the 24th minute, but Smith drew the Kemi Kings level in the 51st minute and then found the back of the net in the 62nd minute to earn them the three points.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Dudley Eve Cup Round Up

Hamilton Parish 1 Somerset Trojans 3

At the Police Field, the Somerset Trojans went ahead after just 7 minutes when Damon Swan found the back of the net. The lead was doubled in the 41st minute when Trevin Ming scored. On the stroke of half time Tahj Wade scored to give the Somerset Trojans a 3 – 0 lead at the break.

The second half saw the heat take its toll on some Hamilton Parish players with cramp being the biggest challenge, despite the challenges they managed to get back into the game with a goal off the head of MacQuille Walker in the 80th minute, but the Somerset Trojans were able to manage the game and advance to the Semi-Finals.

Flanagan’s Onion’s 0 Dandy Town Hornets 2

Already through to the next round the Dandy Town Hornets fielded an even younger squad against the Flanagan’s Onion’s who knew anything short of a 3 – 0 loss would see them advance to the Semi-Finals.

After a scoreless first half the Dandy Town Hornets finally broke the deadlock in the 70th minute when Clay Darrell scored, Tomiko Goater doubled the Dandy Town Hornets lead in the 89th minute as they came away with a 2 – 0 win and both teams advanced to the Semi-Finals.

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