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Can Tamworth Achieve Promotion in 2021?

Friday Jan 29, 2021

 With all lower league sport paused indefinitely by the government at the end of last year, Tamworth FC are facing an uncertain period over whether the season will be allowed to continue. That has meant their loyal fans have had little football to occupy their thoughts over recent weeks, though fortunately there are other online diversions to keep them busy.

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 All to play for

 At the time of writing, Tamworth FC find themselves amongst the play-off places in the Southern League Premier Central, currently occupying fifth position. What’s more, they also have a game in hand over promotion rivals Rushall Olympic and Stratford Town, both of whom are within touching distance of the Lambs should they win that extra game.

 Indeed, a victory by a two-goal margin in that match would see them move up to third place, just two points behind league leaders Coalville Town. Winning the title must be the objective for co-managers Gary Smith and Andrew Danylyszyn, since it would guarantee their ascension to the next step of the football league pyramid. But can they achieve it?

 A positive pre-season

 Last year, Tamworth suffered the bitter disappointment of losing out on automatic promotion due to the curtailment of the league, despite being in pole position at the time the season was halted. Nonetheless, the Lambs were looking forward to the commencement of the 2020/21 season as an opportunity to build upon their strong form from last time around.
 They enjoyed a positive pre-season, retaining all of the top talent that served them so well last year, including captain Ryan Beswick and star performers Aaron Forde and Jaz Singh. The double sponsorship boost handed to them in August also freed up funds to sign some fresh blood in the shape of Aaron O’Connor and Shaquille McDonald, who were brought in to brighten up their attacking options.

 Encouraging results thus far

 The first few weeks of the season have yielded largely positive results. The team have accrued 12 points from seven games, winning three, drawing three and losing just one match. The solitary defeat came against Alvechurch back in October and, given the respective positions of the two teams in the league table, surely represents an anomaly rather than a rule.

 Tamworth were especially impressive in their 4-2 demolition of St Ives Town and their 3-0 drubbing of Biggleswade Town. However, the fact that they have yet to play any of their many promotion rivals means that the Lambs will be chomping at the bit to get back onto the pitch and show their fans what they can do. With any luck, that resumption of the season will come sooner rather than later.

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