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Incoming competition: What to expect

Tuesday May 16, 2017

 Visits to Spennymoor, Blyth, Leamington, North Ferriby, Southport and York next season!

 In this short blog post we examine the top 5 incoming teams and how much threat they’ll pose in our quest for promotion.

 York City
 Massively underperforming last season saw the Minstermen relegated. Falling through 2 leagues on the bounce highlights just how many difficulties the club is currently going through at the minute.
 Having said this, they will be tough competition next season, with the football betting experts at predicting the club to be challenging for promotion from the get go. With quality players and hunger to get back on track, they must not be underestimated.
 Their ground is also a tough place to visit and can be quite intimidating. A great addition to the league though and we look forward to playing them.

 Blyth Spartans
 A seriously in-form team who dominated their league last season. Looking through their form in cup competitions, they also perform very well in knockout matches.
 Having racked up a ridiculous 101 points with a +70 GD they are a free-flowing attacking force that will need to be played with caution.
 On last year’s performance, the Spartans are certainly living up to their name.

 Spennymoor Town
 Another promoted team, Spennymoor will also be joining us in the league next season. Not quite performing to the same levels as the Spartans, we have reason to be more confident playing against them.
 However, it is important to bear in mind that their defence was one of the best in their league so creating chances to open them up will prove difficult. Nothing we can’t handle though.

 Southport FC
 A great club with some great players, it’s quite sad to see what’s happening at the club at the minute. Having lost their top goal scorer, their manager and several directors, they are not in the best position at this point in time.
 Having shipped nearly 100 goals in the league for 2016/17 – the worst of all teams – we should have confidence of chance creation and goal scoring opportunities

 North Ferriby
 Another relegated club who will be looking to bounce right back, North Ferriby will be no push over. With strong away support and an intimidating ground, we look forward to meeting them in the 2017/18 season.

 What do you think about the analysis here? Do you agree or disagree? Be sure to tweet us @tamworthfc with your thoughts.

 For the full league line-up for the 2017/ 18 season, please see below:


 AFC Telford United
 Alfreton Town
 Blyth Spartans
 Boston United
 Brackley Town
 Bradford Park Avenue
 Curzon Ashton
 FC United of Manchester
 Gainsborough Trinity
 Harrogate Town
 Kidderminster Harriers
 North Ferriby United
 Nuneaton Town
 Salford City
 Spennymoor Town
 Stockport County
 York City

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