Matlock and Warrington finished ninth and tenth respectively after the spoils were shared on the season’s final day.
RUMOUR MILL: Man City in pole position for Mendy | United show most interest over Griezmann | Sanchez set to remain with Arsenal
Today’s rumour mill suggests Manchester City are in pole position to pick up a star.1 comment
Defeat at Sheffield Wednesday for Derby County saw the Rams drop to tenth in the Championship table.1 comment
Attention turns to the bottom of the Premier League this weekend with Boro, Bournemouth and Swansea all battling for vital points.
Manchester United should try to include Wales forward Gareth Bale in a deal if Real Madrid attempt to sign David de Gea, says former United assistant boss Rene Meulensteen.
Buxton narrowly won the A6 derby despite Matlock being the more accomplished side for much of the contest but it seems likely that neither side will qualify for the play-offs.
Matlock joint bosses Glenn Kirkwood and Craig Hopkins want a big crowd to show up for Saturday’s final league game of the season against Warrington Town so they and the squad can thank the fans for their backing.
RUMOUR MILL: Chelsea and Manchester United to go head-to-head for Morata | Arsenal line up Benzema to replace Sanchez | Real Madrid willing to sell James to Red Devils | Watford could turn to Ranieri | Schalke star agrees to join Gunners | Liverpool target close to new Napoli deal
Here are the rumours doing the rounds on Monday, April 17.
Matlock secured the win they needed to stay in the play off hunt, the result pushing the Royals back into the relegation zone.
Matlock Town joint boss Craig Hopkins know his side will need maximum points from their final three games if they are to have a chance of the play-offs.
RUMOUR MILL: Chelsea and Manchester United to go head-to-head for Morata | Arsenal line up Benzema to replace Sanchez | Real Madrid willing to sell James to Red Devils | Watford could turn to Ranieri | Schalke star agrees to join Gunners | Liverpool target close to new Napoli dealFind out more
Never-say-die Matlock Town came from behind and then had keeper Phil Barnes to thank as a 2-1 home win over Rushall Olympic kept their Evo-Stick NPL Premier Division play-off hopes alive.1 comment
Three second-half goals gave Matlock their most comfortable home victory of the season, 3-0 against mid-table Ashton who were a pale shadow of the team that beat the Gladiators 1-0 just seven days earlier.