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18:35, 8 APR 2013
Silkmen chief extends Boden stay, while fellow Spireite Gray returns
As the rigours of the season begin to take their toll on his players, Macc Town manager Gary Simpson has recruited two familiar faces.
Bris is eyeing cup salvation
Shaun Brisley has the relative minnows of East Thurrock earmarked to bear the brunt of Macc’s Burton disappointment.
Donnelly back for Macclesfield
Silkmen boss Gary Simpson’s reward for resting George Donnelly could be apparent as Christmas comes around.
Loan move is Vin’s next Port of call
Striker Vinny Mukendi has joined Southport on a month’s loan deal.
Maltese Matt’s cross-Towns switch causes a stir
There are many fierce rivalries in club football, with the Real Madrid / Barcelona ‘Clasico’ and Celtic v Rangers Old Firm clashes among the game’s most fraught. And now, Macclesfield’s Matt Towns has caused shockwaves in the Maltese football community after his move from cup holders Floriana to league title winners Valletta.
Former Macc stars go head to head in Euro clash
In one of those curious twists in football, two former Silkmen will go head-to-head in the Europa League qualifiers from tomorrow. Local lad Matt Towns collected the Maltese FA Cup with Floriana and, on Thursday, the 28-year-old goalkeeper will take on AEK Larnaca, current club of Luke Dimech, in the first of two legs to decide who progresses to the third qualifying round.
Local boy Matt Towns is loving life playing by the Med
While Macclesfield Town players may be dreading the start of pre-sesason training for the start of the League Two season a cup-winning goalkeeper is relishing the chance to get back into action on the continent.
A highlight for the History Boys
Macclesfield High School’s year Eight team has become the first in the school’s history to win a Macclesfield Schools’ FA Cup.
Semi-final agony for Wilmslow High
Wilmslow High School’s Year Seven footballers were narrowly beaten in the National English Schools’ FA Cup Semi Final last week.
Jack’s keen to prove he’s Young at heart
Like many youngsters, Jack Gillies has a dream to not just be a pro footballer when he grows up but play for Manchester City.
Wilmslow shooting for semis
Wilmslow High School’s Year Seven footballer’s fantastic season continues as they have reached the last eight of the National English Schools’ FA Cup, from an original entry of some 658 schools.
Boarhound kicked to the kerb as Vale take their revenge
Congleton Vale laid the ghost of last season’s Saturday Cup semi-final defeat to Boarhound to rest by outplaying them in every department at Congleton Town FC.
As Macclesfield Town try to come to terms with the death of Richard Butcher, his former team-mates around the country were paying their own tributes to ‘Butch.’
Toto’s going back to Goodison Park
Loan signing Aristote Nsiala has returned to Everton after his impressive spell at Macclesfield ended.
Silkmen play host to Gills - weather permitting
Should this Saturday’s fixture go ahead, Gillingham face a lengthy trek north from Kent to face Macc.
Shaun’s sure to be back
Macclesfield's home town hero Shaun Brisley is determined to overcome his injury nightmare to play a part in what he hopes will be a successful end to a promising campaign.
Toto to stay a Silkman
Premier League defender Arostote Nsiala has extended his stay at Macc Town until January.
Hamza’s Bench-mark for Macc's challenge
Hamza Bencherif does not want to see Macclesfield in the top seven – until April.
Silkmen seek to extend defender loan stay
Macclesfield are in talks with Everton to extend Aristote Nsiala’s loan to a third month – and hope they may even be allowed to borrow him for longer.
Hit-for-six Simpson rues Macc's stage fright
Gary Simpson was left rueing his side’s stage fright as they exited the FA Cup at the hands of a rampant Huddersfield Town.
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Feet on the ground
While the good times continue to roll at the Moss Rose, Macc Town boss Gary Simpson is refusing to believe the hype.
'No problem' says Simmo
"I've got no problem with what other managers say about us," was Macc manager Gary Simpson’s riposte after Kevin Dillon’s damning assessment of the Silkmen squad.
Sinclair returns for Macc
Emile Sinclair is closing in on a Macc Town return as boss Gary Simpson looks to continue their steady rise up League Two.