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John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

Started on 8 November 2020 by JohnWarrington
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John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

February 2022



Once again I played a changed side in the FA Trophy. It looked like we had the game won but Braintree were able to scramble an equaliser late on.

7th February

Southport or Braintree to travel to Weymouth in the FA Trophy Quarter Final



Another draw in the FA Trophy but we were able to go through 4-2 on penalties.



To be honest, the scoreline makes the game seem closer than it was. We battered Stockport and should have won by more.



A really good win at home against Leyton Orient. We never looked like losing to be honest.



We were absolutely clinging on at the end thanks to Troy Brown's red card so I'm delighted that we managed to pick up all three points. We're starting to open up a bit of a gap at the top now.



Mark Cullen is a machine! He scored a hat-trick as we smashed Guiseley by six goals to nil.



Seven changes for this one but it didn't matter as we eased to a 3-0 win and a semi-final place.

28th February

Southport to play Bath City or Dulwich Hamlet in the FA Trophy Semi Final

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Cullen was an excellent signing. A veteran who knows where the net is. He's been electric for you.
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2020-12-18 20:11#280002 ScottT : Cullen was an excellent signing. A veteran who knows where the net is. He's been electric for you.

Definitely, he's been a goal machine.


John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

March 2022



With Yeovil being 3rd, this was a tough trip so I'm reasonably happy to come away with a draw. I definitely feel we could have won it though.



An easy 2-0 win to put us 12 points clear with two games in hand. Surely the football league is around the corner.



A bit disappointing to concede at the end but the three points are the main thing, especially with Bradford not playing.



With the fixtures piling up we are starting to need to rest players so I'm actually rather pleased to draw away at Chesterfield, especially given top scorer Mark Cullen wasn't playing.



9 changes for the FA Trophy, including young Owen Conway getting his debut. Unfortunately, we couldn't get the win as we drew 0-0 with Bath City at Haig Avenue.



My word we were poor in the first half! Luckily we improved in the second half and won 5-2 to go 16 points clear of Bradford.



We once again played a rotated side in the FA Trophy but the lads did superbly, winning by three goals to nil to put us into the final for the second year in a row where we'll play Bradford.



Not happy with this one to be honest. Barnet stole a point after being dominated all game. That said, we are 14 points clear with just seven games to go so every point puts us closer to the football league.

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Almost there. Another magical year for yourself and Southport. Let's get the job done now.
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John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

April 2022



Argh so frustrating. Dorking scored a worldie in the 1st minute of the game then sat behind the ball for 90 minutes. At least we managed to get a draw out of it.

3rd April



Another underwhelming youth intake but it's going to be that way until we can improve our facilities and recruitment policy.

5th April

Jake Turner and Mark Cullen sign new deals at the club.



YESSSSS! A 3-1 win means we are CHAMPIONS OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE and will be playing in the football league next season.



More great news! As a result of us being promoted to the football league, we'll be turning professional at the end of the season!

7th April

Aaron Ramsey agrees to extend his loan contract for the duration of next season, thanks Villa!



Arguably the hardest game of the season and we went and won it. Can't argue with that!

10th April

Chris Conn-Clarke and Nathan Dale agree contract extensions at the club.

12th April

Striker Tai Sodje agrees to join us on a free transfer at the end of his Man City contract in the summer.



Another game, another win. That win also puts us over 100 points, what an achievement.



Not going to lie, seeing us carry on winning after winning the title is really pleasing. It shows just how ruthless this squad of players is.



I gave a fair few players a rest for this one and it showed, unfortunately.



A good way to end the league season, we battered Maidenhead. Just the FA Trophy final left now.



Get in! A second successive FA Trophy win! A tremendous effort by everyone, especially the fringe players that carried us through the competition.

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John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

Squad Stats



*10 appearances minimum

Most Appearances
1. Aaron Ramsey - 40(2)
2. Troy Brown - 38(2)
3. Sam Perry - 37(3)

Most Goals
1. Mark Cullen - 43
2. Tom Heardman - 12
3. Charlie Bulmer - 10
=. Chris Conn-Clarke - 10

Most Assists
1. Chris Conn-Clarke - 17
2. Dion McGhee - 14
3. Jake Kenyon - 9

Highest Average Rating
1. Ash Taylor - 7.41
2. Troy Brown - 7.31
3. Mark Cullen - 7.22

Player of the Match Awards
1. Mark Cullen - 8
2. Troy Brown - 7
3. Chris Conn-Clarke - 3
=. Nathan Dale - 3
=. Jake Kenyon - 3

Most Interceptions per 90 mins
1. Ash Taylor - 8.86
2. Nathan Dale - 8.33
3. Troy Brown - 8.24

Tackles Completed
1. Sam Parry - 96
2. Chris Conn-Clarke - 69
3. Jake Kenyon - 65

Pass Completion %
1. Troy Brown - 89%
2. Ryan East - 88%
3. Aaron Ramsey - 87%
=. Tom Heardman - 87%
=. Jacob Mellis - 87%

Shots on Target per 90 mins
1. Tom Heardman - 2.40
2. Mark Cullen - 2.34
3. Chris Conn-Clarke - 1.67

Chances Created per 90 mins
1. Dion McGhee - 0.28
2. David Ferguson - 0.27
3. Brad Burton - 0.24

Distance covered per 90 mins
1. Dion McGhee- 13.7km
2. Denilson Carvalho - 13.4km
3. Chris Conn-Clarke - 13.3km


John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

Around the Leagues

Premier League

Champions - Tottenham
Rest of top 4 - Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd
Relegated - Brighton, Wolves, Burnley

Championship

Champions - Aston Villa
Promoted - West Brom, Crystal Palace
Relegated - Bristol Rovers, Preston, Barnsley

League One

Champions - Huddersfield
Promoted - Gillingham, Hull
Relegated - Colchester, Accrington, Burton, MK Dons

League Two

Champions - Fleetwood
Promoted - Doncaster, Mansfield, Forest Green
Relegated - Harrogate, Wrexham

National League

Champions - Southport
Promoted - Yeovil
Relegated - Altrincham, Halifax, Woking, Maidenhead

National League North

Champions - Chester
Promoted - Fylde
Relegated - Nuneaton, Bradford PA, Farsley, Stourbridge

National League South

Champions - Ebbsfleet
Promoted - Maidstone
Relegated - Gosport Borough, Concord Rangers, Chelmsford, Salisbury

FA Cup

Winners - Tottenham
Runners-Up - Southampton

Carabao Cup

Winners - Chelsea
Runners-Up - Arsenal

Community Shield

Winners - Liverpool
Runners-Up - Chelsea

Papa John's Trophy

Winners - Wycombe
Runners-Up - Sunderland

FA Trophy

Winners - Southport
Runners-Up - Bradford

Champions League

Winners - AC Milan
Runners-Up - PSG

Europa League

Winners - Arsenal
Runners-Up - Man United

Super Cup

Winners - Real Madrid
Runners-Up - AC Milan


John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

Playing Career (League Matches)

1999/00 - - | Apps: 1 | Goals: 0 | Assists: 0 | POM: 0 | Average Rating: 5.80 |
2000/01 - - | Apps: 9 | Goals: 4 | Assists: 0 | POM: 0 | Average Rating: 7.10 |
2001/02 - - | Apps: 12 | Goals: 4 | Assists: 2 | POM: 0 | Average Rating: 7.20 |
2002/03 - - | Apps: 28 | Goals: 14 | Assists: 3 | POM: 2 | Average Rating: 7.34 |
2003/04 - - | Apps: 15 | Goals: 8 | Assists: 1 | POM: 2 | Average Rating: 7.28 |
2004/05 - - | Apps: 10 | Goals: 4 | Assists: 1 | POM: 0 | Average Rating: 7.39 |
2005/06 - - | Apps: 26 | Goals: 18 | Assists: 12 | POM: 7 | Average Rating: 8.13 |
2006/07 - - | Apps: 26 | Goals: 20 | Assists: 5 | POM: 6 | Average Rating: 8.04 |
2007/08 - - | Apps: 29 | Goals: 17 | Assists: 12 | POM: 4 | Average Rating: 7.99 |
2008/09 - - | Apps: 29 | Goals: 25 | Assists: 2 | POM: 6 | Average Rating: 7.71 |
2009/10 - - | Apps: 23| Goals: 19 | Assists: 4 | POM: 5 | Average Rating: 7.80 |
2010/11 - - | Apps: 26 | Goals: 23 | Assists: 5 | POM: 7 | Average Rating: 7.92 |
2011/12 - - | Apps: 29 | Goals: 24 | Assists: 5 | POM: 7 | Average Rating: 8.06 |
2012/13 - - | Apps: 26 | Goals: 20 | Assists: 4 | POM: 7 | Average Rating: 7.91 |
2013/14 - - | Apps: 17 | Goals: 13 | Assists: 2 | POM: 5 | Average Rating: 7.69 |
2014/15 - - | Apps: 11 | Goals: 7 | Assists: 1 | POM: 2 | Average Rating: 7.63 |
2015/16 - - | Apps: 4 | Goals: 0 | Assists: 0 | POM: 0 | Average Rating: 6.87 |
2016/17 - - | Apps: 5 | Goals: 0 | Assists: 0 | POM: 0 | Average Rating: 7.10 |

All-Time Record - | Apps: 326 | Goals: 220 | Assists: 59 | POM: 60 | Average Rating: 7.75 |


Managerial Career

2020/21 - - | National League North - 1st | FA Cup - 1st Round | FA Trophy - Winners |
2021/22 - - | National League - 1st | FA Cup - 3rd Round | FA Trophy - Winners |
And your dominance of Non-League is complete. Watch out, EFL.
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2020-12-21 01:28#280122 ScottT : And your dominance of Non-League is complete. Watch out, EFL.

Indeed, I have high hopes that we can continue what we've started.


John Warrington: A Footballing Journey

Pre-Season 2021/22

5th June



Plymouth offer me a job interview. I'm not really that bothered to move but I'll speak to them.

11th June



Plymouth decide to hire Richie Wellens instead of me. Oh well.

25th June

Southport to travel to Mansfield in the EFL Cup 1st Round

Friendly - Southport 3-0 Walsall

27th June

Full-back Conor Bradley, Winger Jack Bearne, Centre-back Sam McClelland and Striker George Nunn agree to join on free transfers

28th June

Midfielder Ryan East agrees to a loan extension.

1st July

Released Players



3rd July

Friendly - Southport 3-0 Queen of the South

4th July

Salah Oulad M'Hand joins on loan from Arsenal

6th July

Friendly - Rushall Olympic 1-3 Southport

Winger Tyree Wilson joins on loan from Derby

Ryan East ruled out for 2-3 months with a broken collarbone

8th July

Full-back Ryan Burke joins on loan from Birmingham

9th July

Full-back Jack Scott joins on loan from Wolves

Friendly - Skelmersdale 0-7 Southport

10th July

Goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski joins on a free transfer

12th July

Friendly - Stratford Town 0-5 Southport

16th July

Midfielder Charles Vernam joins on a free transfer

20th July

Striker Jerry Yates joins on a free transfer

23rd July

Friendly - Southport 2-0 Crawley

26th July

Mark Cullen moves to Blackpool on loan
A good looking squad. Jerry Yates is a fantastic pick up at League Two level. I hope he finds the form he had at Swindon for you!

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