2022/2023 NPL Premier Division

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Club Allocations For 2022/2023

The make-up of Step 3 of the Northern Premier League division in 2022/23 has been confirmed subject to appeal and final ratification by FA council and any appeals made by clubs.

NPL Premier Division (22 clubs, Step 3)

Ashton United
Atherton Collieries
Bamber Bridge
Belper Town
FC United Of Manchester
Gainsborough Trinity
Guiseley
Hyde United
Lancaster City
Liversedge
Marine
Marske United
Matlock Town
Morpeth Town
Nantwich Town
Radcliffe
South Shields
Stafford Rangers
Stalybridge Celtic
Warrington Rylands
Warrington Town
Whitby Town
 

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Can you do a similar thread with player movements for Southern League Premier Central Darlo?
 

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Player movements registered with the Northern Premier League from Wednesday 18th May to Wednesday June 1st.

Atherton Collieries

Scott Bakkor from Warrington Rylands to Atherton Collieries

Lancaster City

Brad Carroll from Workington to Lancaster City

Matlock Town

Aaron Opoku from Carlton Town to Matlock Town
Jake Day from Scarborough Athletic to Matlock Town
Jim Pollard from Grantham Town to Matlock Town

Radcliffe

Tom Stewart from Ramsbottom United to Radcliffe
Jake Thompson from Bamber Bridge to Radcliffe

South Shields

Martin Smith from Hartlepool United to South Shields
 

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Player movements registered with the Northern Premier League from Wednesday 18th May to Wednesday June 1st.

Atherton Collieries

Scott Bakkor from Warrington Rylands to Atherton Collieries

Lancaster City

Brad Carroll from Workington to Lancaster City

Matlock Town

Aaron Opoku from Carlton Town to Matlock Town
Jake Day from Scarborough Athletic to Matlock Town
Jim Pollard from Grantham Town to Matlock Town

Radcliffe

Tom Stewart from Ramsbottom United to Radcliffe
Jake Thompson from Bamber Bridge to Radcliffe

South Shields

Martin Smith from Hartlepool United to South Shields

Really anonymous for us but was surprised he dropped so low, granted I imagine they pay well, Michael Woods has rocked up there too.
 

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Really anonymous for us but was surprised he dropped so low, granted I imagine they pay well, Michael Woods has rocked up there too.


One thing for sure he'll be on a fair whack, bankroll clubs can more or less match league clubs these days.

Smith will join Shields on July 1 after his contract expires with you guys.
 

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Curzon Ashton....and Carlisle
If I was fair to shields their crowds are on a par with L2 clubs so can afford similar wages.

It is bankrolled, but unlike many others has a long term purpose for doing so
 

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If I was fair to shields their crowds are on a par with L2 clubs so can afford similar wages.

It is bankrolled, but unlike many others has a long term purpose for doing so
Be very surprised if the attendances keep up next season especially with both Newcastle now being a money club and gonna go far, and Sunderland who've just went up.

The fanbase is made up disillusioned of Geordies/Mackems.
 

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Be very surprised if the attendances keep up next season especially with both Newcastle now being a money club and gonna go far, and Sunderland who've just went up.

The fanbase is made up disillusioned of Geordies/Mackems.

The only counter point to the Mags now being mega monied is even MORE disillusioned Geordies getting priced out of going to St James looking for their local footy fix.
 

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If I was fair to shields their crowds are on a par with L2 clubs so can afford similar wages.

It is bankrolled, but unlike many others has a long term purpose for doing so
On a par with L2? They'd be bottom of the crowd table going off this season's figures.
 

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They averaged a good 1800 to 2100.

Add on L2 away support takes that average up a good 5-600 and gates of 2700-3000

And that is without the extra fans who would jump on board I’d easily say they would hit the 3200 Barrow have who sat 15th in overall table.

Salford at the same level with all their Hype averaged 500-800 fans.
 

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They averaged a good 1800 to 2100.

Add on L2 away support takes that average up a good 5-600 and gates of 2700-3000

And that is without the extra fans who would jump on board I’d easily say they would hit the 3200 Barrow have who sat 15th in overall table.

Salford at the same level with all their Hype averaged 500-800 fans.
How far is South Shields from North Shields as I see North Shields got promoted last season.
 

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They averaged a good 1800 to 2100.

Add on L2 away support takes that average up a good 5-600 and gates of 2700-3000

And that is without the extra fans who would jump on board I’d easily say they would hit the 3200 Barrow have who sat 15th in overall table.

Salford at the same level with all their Hype averaged 500-800 fans.
I get what you're saying but they wont average 500 away fans and factor in increased ticket prices they might get 2500 to 3000 average. I think the scope for future fans might be more limited with Newcastle becoming a state club and buying trophies.
 

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The only counter point to the Mags now being mega monied is even MORE disillusioned Geordies getting priced out of going to St James looking for their local footy fix.
Good point Rocka, I saw a few games at SJP when Ashley was doing the 2 for 1 season ticket deal. Now the person I used to go with is trying to renew but looks like their section is sold out.

Would the lure of the pub and some dubious stream pull them away from watching Gateshead or Shields though.
 

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If I was fair to shields their crowds are on a par with L2 clubs so can afford similar wages.

It is bankrolled, but unlike many others has a long term purpose for doing so


Saying that SSFC chairman Geoff Thompson put together a statement a few weeks back. Our progress has come at a great personal price, and I have been prepared to invest several million pounds and under-write six-figure losses each year to aid our rise on and off the pitch.
 

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They averaged a good 1800 to 2100.

Add on L2 away support takes that average up a good 5-600 and gates of 2700-3000

And that is without the extra fans who would jump on board I’d easily say they would hit the 3200 Barrow have who sat 15th in overall table.

Salford at the same level with all their Hype averaged 500-800 fans.


They averaged 2,126 for the season of 2021-2022.

I'd have to say they don't have no where near 500 away fans. They managed to bring 600 to Darlington for an FA Cup fixture a few years ago.
 

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Player movements registered with the Northern Premier League from Wednesday June 1st to Tuesday June 7th.

South Shields

Mackenzie Heaney from York City to South Shields
Gary Liddle from Hartlepool United to South Shields
Michael Woods from York City to South Shields

Warrington Rylands

Josh Langley from Nantwich Town to Warrington Rylands
Aaron Morris from FC United Of Manchester to Warrington Rylands
 

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Good point Rocka, I saw a few games at SJP when Ashley was doing the 2 for 1 season ticket deal. Now the person I used to go with is trying to renew but looks like their section is sold out.

Would the lure of the pub and some dubious stream pull them away from watching Gateshead or Shields though.
Might be different in Shields but I grew up in Northumberland which is Mag heartland and a lot of Toon fans turned up their nose at anything that wasn't Premier League, at least round there, pubs rammed and dodgy streams aplenty if no ticket and the shite Internet holds up. Mackems I've come across, always been more receptive to Pools or non league footy. As South Shields is 50-50 I'd reckon their best chance is attracting Sunderland fans and picking up the odd few Mags.

I can only see a load of disillusioned Toon fans if the Saudis somehow alienate the base. They are clever though and know how to get loyalty and provide for their people. They've been doing that in Saudi ever since they seized power and can only see them doing the same at SJP.
 

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South Shields have signed Dylan Mottley Henry from Bradford Park Avenue
 

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Player movements registered with the Northern Premier League from Wednesday June 8th to Sunday June 12th.

Ashton United

Ben Hough from Warrington Town to Ashton United
Jack Kenny from Flint Town (Wales) to Ashton United
Callum Saunders from Witton Albion to Ashton United
Max Harrop from Curzon Ashton to Ashton United
Matthew Regan from Warrington Town to Ashton United

Guiseley AFC

Kyle Trenerry from Farsley Celtic to Guiseley AFC
Jake Cassidy from Darlington to Guiseley AFC
Jameel Ible from Whitby Town to Guiseley AFC
George Smith from Darlington to Guiseley AFC

FC United Of Manchester

James Vincent from Hereford to FC United Of Manchester

Lancaster City

Brad Hubbold from Workington to Lancaster City
Jake Connelly from Clitheroe to Lancaster City

Liversedge FC

James Walshaw from Ossett United to Liversedge FC

Marine

Callum Harris from Stalybridge Celtic to Marine

Matlock Town

Simon Lenighan from Radcliffe FC to Matlock Town

Morpeth Town

Connor Thomson from Blyth Spartans to Morpeth Town
Dale Pearson from Consett to Morpeth Town

South Shields

Dylan Mottley-Henry from Bradford (Park Avenue) to South Shields

Stafford Rangers

Cameron Belford from Radcliffe FC to Stafford Rangers
 

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Not the NPL Premier but in the NPL East Worksop Town seem to be signing some high profile names Paul Green; James Hanson ; Terry Hawkridge; Sam Wedgbury; Josh Wilde and Hamza Bencherif all were playing higher up last season .
 

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Not the NPL Premier but in the NPL East Worksop Town seem to be signing some high profile names Paul Green; James Hanson ; Terry Hawkridge; Sam Wedgbury; Josh Wilde and Hamza Bencherif all were playing higher up last season .


I was reading an article where they had to raise £30,000 that was required to satisfy creditors by the end of the month back in February 2020.

And then the chairman saying 'Worksop Town will be in safe hands, 'says prospective chairman Pete Whitehead.
 

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Player movements registered with the Northern Premier League from Monday June 13th to Thursday June 16th.

Ashton United

James Baillie from Warrington Town to Ashton United

FC United Of Manchester

Clive Smith from Atherton Collieries to FC United Of Manchester
Alex Wollerton from Gainsborough Trinity to FC United Of Manchester
Jack Anderton from Longridge Town FC to FC United Of Manchester
Andy Halls from Chorley to FC United Of Manchester
Edy Maieco from Macclesfield FC to FC United Of Manchester

Gainsborough Trinity

Liam Waldock from Sheffield Wednesday U23 to Gainsborough Trinity

Guiseley

Spencer Harris from Liversedge FC to Guiseley

Lancaster City

Nico Evangelinos from Workington to Lancaster City

Stalybridge Celtic

Kyle Harrison from Workington to Stalybridge Celtic

Whitby Town

Nicky Walker from Liversedge FC to Whitby Town
Kevy Tarangadzo from Liversedge FC to Whitby Town
 

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Player movements registered with the Northern Premier League from Friday June 17th to Thursday June 23rd

Belper Town

Greg Tempest from Gedling Miners Welfare to Belper Town

Gainsborough Trinity

Jack Dyche from Hyde United to Gainsborough Trinity

Guiseley AFC

Luke Dean from Yorkshire Amateur to Guiseley AFC

Hyde United

Javid Swaby-Neavin from FC Halifax Town to Hyde United
Callum Spooner from Bamber Bridge to Hyde United
Jack Redshaw from Ashton United to Hyde United

Marine

Lucas Weir from 1874 Northwich to Marine

Marske United

Dom Curl from Shildon AFC to Marske United
Rob Guilfoyle from Pontefract Collieries FC to Marske United

Radcliffe FC

Luke Joyce from AFC Fylde to Radcliffe FC
Nicky Adams from Oldham Athletic to Radcliffe FC

Stafford Rangers

Joe Dunne from Rochdale to Stafford Rangers
Joe Willis from Walsall to Stafford Rangers
Jack Baxter from Preston North End to Stafford Rangers
 

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Have Radcliffe got a bit of money behind them then? Both at an advanced stage of their career now but Joycey for example is only just over a year removed from being a regular for us at L2 level. Adams has always been a classy player too wherever he’s been.
 

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