Manager Nicky Southall with Chairman Gary Johnson speaking about the new Ryman U21 League and how delighted they are that Whitstable are one of ten teams in the newly formed league for the 2013-14 season. Gary Johnson said ‘We are absolutely delighted that we will be playing U21’s football in the Ryman next season, it will be great for the club and the players’
W.T.F.C. chairman Gary Johnson with manager Nicky Southall: Recorded after the last match of the season the pair talk about their desire to move the club forward both on, and off the pitch.
(Look out for Gary and Nicky speaking about the new Ryman U21 League)
“Relief” says Whitstable manager Nicky Southall, as Town win last match of the season… Look out for videos of Chairman Gary Johnson looking back on his first season in charge and Nicky and Gary both speaking about Whitstable Town and the plans for next season….
Nicky Southall speaks after the game against Hythe Town
“It’s like a repetitive record we play well one week, then don’t perform the next couple, play well to beat sides like Faversham, and then the next minute we can’t find the back of the net. We should have scored when had two decent chances and then from their eighteen yard box we give the ball away they go straight down our end and score, it’s so frustrating, they know it’s not good enough and I made my feelings known in the dressing room after the game.” http://youtu.be/RkR9FnMAnEw
“As local derby’s go it was a pretty strange affair as neither side really got going. We missed a penalty to go two-nil up and that gave them the sniff that they could get something out of it. I suppose a point away from home at this stage of the season is OK. We missed James Moorish in the second half. He may have broken his arm but let’s hope its not as bad as that.”
Whitstable Town’s manager Nicky Southall speaking after his side’s 2-1 win against Folkestone Invicta: “Its all about putting the ball in the back of the net, we have been playing well enough but not scoring; goals win games and I am delighted with the win and the three points.”