Okeford United FC Manager Required for 2013/14 Season

Mar
29

Okeford United FC welcome applicants for the post of First Team Manager for the 2013/14 season.

All interested parties can contact the Chairman, Steve Corben, on 07779 492230.  All enquiries treated in strict confidence.

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Three points at Gillingham

Mar
14

Okeford put in a battling display to get their first win of 2013 and with it move themselves off of the bottom of the table.  Although they still have a handful of games in hand over the teams around them it was an important result to get off the foot of the league as soon as possible.  Having played well in the first half the last two weeks, but only getting a point in those two games, Okeford arrived looking to put a full 90 minute performance in.  In truth though, it was a hardworking team effort that got the result in a game where the hosts dominated possession.

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Okeford earn a point

Feb
23

Okeford United took to the field for only the second time since 17th November, and left Sturminster Marshall with a point.  Marshall started and ended the game two points above their visitors, but having played 7 games more after Okeford’s season had stalled due to the bad winter weather.

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Mere Town 6 - 1 Okeford United

Jan
10

Mere ran out 6-1 winners at home to Okeford United, in the away side's first game since mid-November.  The match was level at half time, but Mere dominated the second half and maintained their unbeaten record.

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Kindston Lacy 4 - 0 Okeford United

Nov
17

The Butterboys travelled to Pamphill on the back of two wins, but were undone in a fifteen minute spell in this encounter.


The match started evenly on a very good playing surface, chances were in short supply in the first period.  
The match saw its first goal in the 55th minute when the home side produced a series of passes that ended with the ball in the net.

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Club withdraw Reserve team from league

Nov
15

It is with much sadness that as Chairman I have to announce that the club has been forced to withdraw the Reserve team from Division Three after an unbroken run of thirty-two years.

This decision was not taken lightly by the Committee, but after finding that a good number of players who are signed up by the club were unable to commit to playing each week for various reasons, the task of putting out two sides each week became impossible.

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Okeford claim cup scalp

Nov
10

The Butterboys produced a shock in the cup with this win over their opponents from the Dorset Premier League and ended the week on a high after the club had to make the difficult decision to withdraw the reserves from their league.

The home side had to battle to stay in the game for the first twenty-five minutes as the visitors dominated on the very heavy pitch, only poor finishing kept the score even.

Finally Okeford clawed themselves back in to the game, John Frampton and Olly Chaffey with good chances should have found the net.

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Two penalties help Okeford beat Piddletrenthide

Nov
03

The visitors came to the Rec riding high in the league after an impressive start and also finding the net twenty three times in only seven outings, while the home side were desperately looking for a win to climb up the league after three defeats on the trot.

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Reserves forced to postpone game

Oct
27

The Reserve team was forced to call off their match away to The Belvedere Inn on 27th October due to the players the club had missing from both teams. Our apologies of course go to our opponents. The reserves have no fixture this week.

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Gillingham take home the points

Oct
27

The Butterboys put in a hard working display but ended the match with no points.  The home side were fielding six players who regularly turn out for the Reserves, due to a wedding, illness, injury and work commitments of regular first team players.

Sadik Ali started up front and ran his socks of for the team.  George Stockton, who had sighed pre-match, worked hard for his teammates for the ninety minutes.

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