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The Warrington Way

From non-league to glory
Started on 21 November 2019 by JohnWarrington
Latest Reply on 31 March 2020 by Justice
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Love how much you dominated the league. Hopefully you can continue the winning ways in the Football League!!
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Congratulations. Up the Football League you go! Thoroughly deserved and that cannot be argued.


The Warrington Way

April 2022


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Nowhere near good enough, I'm afraid. Plenty of work still to be done before next season, we're a long way from being ready.

Saturday 9th April



Brighton, sitting 16th in the Premier League, offer me a job interview!


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I decided to go back to 442 for this one. I feel like it's a better fit for the squad we have. Things looked bleak when Tyreke Wilson was sent off fora horrendous two-footed lunge but the lads dug in well to pick up all three points, with Cameron Archer scoring his first goal since the start of October.

Sunday 10th April

The win against Fylde sees us break the records for Most National League points in a season and Most National League wins in a season.


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I thought this was going to be another one of those draws where we rue our missed chances but, thankfully, we were able to score two goals late on to pick up all three points.


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I'll be honest, it was a little bit closer than I'd like but after the season we've had I'm not going to complain.

Sunday 24th April



The club have offered me a new two-year deal which I have decided to accept. The board wants us to avoid relegation next season.



We've also had some news on the stadium front. It'll be interesting to see what our attendance is like next season now we're in the football league.



I have also started working towards my Continental A License

Awards

John Warrington wins the National League Manager of the Month award.

Team Stats



Player Stats



Final League Table



What an absolutely incredible season it has been. I can't believe that we will be playing in the football league next season. That's going to be a massive challenge but it's one I can't wait for.


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End of Season Awards

League Stats



League Awards

Manager of the Season



Delighted to win the Manager of the Year award with 15 voting points. It's been a great season for us, the players have been excellent, especially when it comes to putting up with my perfectionist managerial style.

Player of the Season



Oliver Sims of Bromley wins the Player of the Season award. That's the right winner in my opinion given his stats this season and he's also the player I voted for.

Club Awards



Fans' Player of the Season

There hasn't really been a standout player this season so I was quite interested to see who won this award. I have no complaints with Djed Spence winning the award, he has been brilliant this season.

Signing of the Season

This makes sense given that he won the Player of the Season award.

Young Player of the Season

A clean sweep for Djed!

All-Time Best 11



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The Stats



*10 appearances minimum

Most Appearances
1. Joe Fryer - 51
2. Ben Fox - 43(5)
3. Morgan Whittaker - 41(9)

Most Goals
1. Morgan Whittaker - 14
=. Fidel O'Rourke - 14
3. Courtney Baker-Richardson - 11
=. Seb Quirk - 11

Most Assists
1. Lewis Kinsella - 9
2. Djed Spence - 8
=. Ben Fox - 8

Highest Average Rating
1. Courtney Baker-Richardson - 7.47
2. Lewis Kinsella - 7.22
3. Martin Smith - 7.14
=. Andy Cook - 7.14

Player of the Match Awards
1. Seb Quirk - 5
2. Courtney Baker-Richardson - 4
=. Fidel O'Rourke - 4
=. Martin Smith - 4

Most Interceptions
1. Djed Spence - 111
2. Tom Anderson - 105
3. Harvey Rodgers - 81

Tackles Completed
1. Djed Spence - 153
2. Tyreke Wilson - 93
3. Lewis Kinsella - 87

Pass Completion %
1. Joe Fryer - 86%
2. Brad Walker - 78%
=. Ben Fox - 78%

Shots on Target
1. Morgan Whittaker - 57
2. Seb Quirk - 56
3. Fidel O'Rourke - 52

Distance covered per 90 mins
1. Lewis Kinsella - 7.8mi
=. Tyreke Wilson - 7.8mi
3. Kaine Kesler - 7.7mi


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Retained List

Here's where the fun begins. A massive rebuild is needed for our first season in the Football League, so let's see where we are at.

Under Contract

Joe Fryer
Harvey Rodgers
Theo Vassell
Brad Walker
Curtis Butler
Djed Spence
Ben Fox
Martin Smith
Morgan Whittaker

Non-Contract players

Tyreke Wilson
Jordan Corke
Kaine Kesler

Retain

N/A

Loan Ending

Courtney Baker-Richardson
Lewis Kinsella

Release

Andy Cook
Tom Anderson
Max Taylor
Fidel O'Rourke
Harry Allen
Seb Quirk
Ollie Banks
Tre Pemberton
Adam Wilson
Cameron Archer

Next Season's Squad



That leaves us with this. It's certainly going to be a busy summer!
Try to get Dom Telford (ST) from Plymouth, he is a beast if you train him right.
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The Warrington Way

Pre-season 2022

Friday 10th June

Kaine Kesler joins Fylde on a free transfer

Saturday 11th June

Midfielder James Morton joins on a free transfer

Friday 17th June

Chester sign Jordan Corke on a free transfer

Friday 24th June

Friendly - Warrington 4-1 Southend

Saturday 2nd July

Friendly - Warrington 3-0 Northampton

Saturday 9th July

Defender Will Fish signs on a free transfer

Friendly - Warrington 2-3 Southampton

Wednesday 13th July

Winger Robson Shipey joins on a free transfer

Friday 15th July

Striker Teddy Healey joins on a free transfer

Saturday 16th July

Friendly - Hemel Hempstead 2-7 Warrington

Sunday 17th July

Full-Back Iestyn Hughes joins on a free transfer

Striker Luke Wood joins on a free transfer

Tuesday 19th July

Friendly - FC United 0-4 Warrington

Saturday 23rd July

Defender Luke Waterfall joins on a free transfer

Friendly - Warrington 9-0 AFC Wimbledon

Sunday 24th July

Full-Back Jordan Thomas signs on a free transfer

Goalkeeper Tom Scott signs on a free transfer

Wednesday 27th July

Winger Jacob Edwards joins on loan from Swansea

Striker Jake Scrimshaw joins on loan from Bournemouth

Thursday 28th July

Warrington drawn at home to Newcastle in the Carabao Cup 2nd Round draw

Saturday 30th July

Striker Manasse Mampala joins on loan from Everton


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2022/23 Squad

I'm really happy with the squad we've managed to build but it remains to be seen if they can compete in League Two. We are massive relegation favourites as you'd expect.

Goalkeepers

Joe Fryer
Tom Scott
Luke Hume (Trial - Contract offered)

Defenders

Djed Spence
Iestyn Hughes
Will Fish
Harvey Rodgers
Luke Waterfall
Theo Vassell
Jordan Thomas
Tyreke Wilson

Midfielders

Brad Walker
Ben Fox
Martin Smith
James Morton
Morgan Whittaker
Jacob Edwards (on loan from Swansea)
Robson Shipley

Attackers

Teddy Healey
Luke Wood
Jake Scrimshaw (on loan from Bournemouth)
Manasse Mampala (on loan from Everton)
Jordan Thomas a very neat player and some PL Loans coming in! I'm expecting another great season ;)
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The Warrington Way

July/August 2022


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We may have lost this but I'm pleased. We showed signs that we can be competitive at this level, which makes me more confident that we can escape the drop.

Sunday 31st July



Excuse me!? He's only 18 so I'm going to let him off this time.

Winger Jordan Stevens joins on a season-long loan from Leeds

The club confirms that our final season ticket sales figure is 613, way up from the 207 last season.

Tuesday 2nd August



Not the easiest of groups in the Checkatrade Trophy


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A fantastic first win in the football league! We dominated Solihull Moors, with Teddy Healey making up for complaining with two goals. For me, the main positive was the attendance, with 1,539 people attending the game. That'll certainly help the finances if that keeps up.


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An absolutely quality result away from home. I feared that we would lose our lead when Smithy got sent off but the lads held on magnificently to pick up all three points.


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I'm really proud of our performance against a very good Newcastle side. There was a point where it looked like we could cause an upset but we, unfortunately, ran out of steam towards the end.

Thursday 11th August



The Newcastle game more than doubled our record attendance!


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Different season, same frustrations. There's no doubt that we should have won this but we didn't take our chances.


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Same old, same old. We had enough chances to win 5 games let alone 1. At least we actually managed to get the win rather than draw 0-0.


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We were desperately unlucky here. I thought we deserved to win but it just wasn't our day, with us hitting the woodwork twice. Still, at least we are competitive so far in League Two.


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A great result and one we fully deserved. The lads are really surprising me so far this season with how well they are playing. We just need to find a way to put our chances away.


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I wanted us to take our chances more and that we did in our opening Checkatrade Trophy game, dominating to win by five goals to nil. That said, it was a much-changed Walsall side so I'm taking this result with a pinch of salt.

Awards

John Warrington wins the League Two Manager of the Month

Team Stats



Player Stats



League Table



I thought we'd be fighting relegation so to be 4th is absolutely astonishing. Hopefully, we can keep our form up and stay at the right end of the table.

Next Month's Fixtures

Great start to the season, especially when you consider the huge turnover in the summer to ready yourselves for the new challenge the Football League presents you. The young talent are certainly impressing so far and progression is certainly being made in all areas, on and off the pitch. Congratulations on the record attendance! Luke Waterfall was the standout name for me. Not only is he contributing to the impressive defence, but he grabbed you all three points against Barnet. You can't complain at that! Captain material, indeed.
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Some superb results in there, a fantastic beginning to life in the Football League!
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You've absolutely steamrolled your way through the leagues! I think everybody here who has read this story has seen and appreciated your dedication to content and I've been incredibly impressed by the amount of detail you have squeezed into this on a relentless and consistent basis. Bravo, sir!
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Thanks for all the kind words guys. I'm really excited with the squad I've been able to build and I really think we can do well in League Two and beyond

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