New Polo Shirts Available
( 10 Votes )
Thursday, 24 July 2014 09:40

Brand new club polo shirts are now available to purchase at the club from reception.

Both white and royal blue shirts are available at £15 each, or £25 for two.

 


 

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Moors Win 2-1 (Twice!)
( 10 Votes )
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 08:23

juniorenglishA fruitful Tuesday evening for Solihull Moors saw them defeat both Hemel Hempstead Town and Gresley by two goals to one. With players requiring match fitness, two fixtures were needed to give the whole squad the required playing time.


In the game at the Autotech Stadium, Conference South newcomers Hemel took the lead on 23 minutes when a shot from the edge of the box went through a packed area and left Tony Breeden unsighted as the ball found the right hand corner, but Moors were straight back at their visitors; just five minutes later in a sweeping move down the left flank Darryl Knights crossed the ball into the path of the oncoming Owen Story but before he could get his head onto it for a strike at goal it was handled by Thorne for a Solihull penalty. Liam Daly stepped up to smash his second from the spot in three days. Junior English (pictured right) fired in on 33 minutes but keeper Walker just managed to divert it with a finger tip save.

On 53 minutes Aaron Brown saw his goal-bound effort rattle the underside of the bar, and it was the new signing again four minutes later going close as he bulldozed his way passed two defenders. James Potten for the visitors put through a dangerous cross in the box on 59 minutes with Rob Elvins averting the danger and Junior English cleared the resulting corner. Almost immediately with The Tudors pressurising the Moors defence, a loose ball hit Breeden’s right upright but thankfully away from danger.

On 60 minutes Hemel changed their entire team whilst for Moors Darren Byfield was on for Elvins with the versatile Brown taking up his position in the back four. With Knights and Story leading attacks down both flanks Moors were stumbling in the final third and had Breeden to thank on 71 minutes when he produced the save of the match as a close range effort from Cox looked on it’s way in.

Having weathered a period of sustained pressure from their visitors Solihull broke with 12 minutes left on the clock, with Daly finding English in the box with a one on one with Walker, he rounded the keeper and riffled home the winner with his left foot. Moors might have put the game to bed two minutes later when English was brought down on the edge of the box, but Walker was equal to a low driven free kick from Daly

Solihull Moors: Tony Breeden, Keenah Rosser, Jo Ballinger, Reece Fleet, Liam Daly, Rob Elvins (Darren Byfield), Jay Denny, Aaron Brown, Junior English, Darryl Knights, Owen Story.

 

 

deale_chamberlainMeanwhile at Gresley, a strong Moors side also ran out 2-1 winners courtesy of goals from Omar Bogle and Michael Taylor. Solihull opened the scoring inside seven minutes, Trey Braithwaite's free-kick headed into the top corner by Bogle. However Gresley equalised within three minutes, breaking down the left, and Eric Graves heading Mulonga's cross past Chamberlain. Moors were fortunate to go in level at half-time as they had to thank keeper Deale Chamberlain (pictured left), who produced a fantastic save to deny O'Connell from the penalty spot, after a handball call given against Richard Taundry. Solihull made a number of substitutions in the second period, but deservedly scored a winner on 73 minutes, Michael Taylor dancing into the area and shooting in off the left hand post.

 

Solihull Moors: Deale Chamberlain, Matthew Hobbs (Lewis Rankin), Jordan Gough (Nick Cleary), Richard Taundry (Jack Moss), Michael Nottingham, Sam Delaney (Torin Coleing), Lewis Hayden, Alex Cooper, Omar Bogle (Kieran Nesbitt), Michael Taylor (Troy Smith), Trey Braithwaite.

 

 


 

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Recruiting: U11s Boys
( 2 Votes )
Monday, 14 July 2014 08:10

sol_moors_badge_2013New players are required in all positions (except goalkeeper) for the forthcoming season. We are currently in Division B of the Central Warwickshire Youth Football League and are looking to strengthen the team in all areas. Boys need to be currently in year 5, moving to year 6 in September. Coaching is based upon learning the game in a fun environment, with a strong working ethic and focus on technical excellence. Our coaches are FA Qualified and CRB Certified.

 

All Solihull Moors FC Youth & Junior Players enjoy free match-day passes (including two adult family concession season ticket passes) to Solihull Moors 1st Team, Conference North home league games at the Autotech Stadium. They may also have the opportunity to lead the team out as a mascot on their Birthday, and to represent the club as ball boys on match-days.

 

If you want to be a part of the borough’s premier football club, or for further information please contact Nick Jamieson on 07967354940.

 

 


 

 
Friendly Result: Moors 2-0 St Albans
( 14 Votes )
Sunday, 13 July 2014 10:14

stalbansaaronbrownThis was the first ever meeting between Moors and newly promoted Conference South outfit St Albans City. Manager Marcus Bignot was without the injured Omar Bogle, Ryan Beswick and Jordan Gough, but took the opportunity to view most of the pre season squad on a sunny afternoon at The Autotech Stadium.


Aaron Brown headed over on seven minutes from a Keenah Rosser cross, and it was the new signing again going close on 19 minutes. With Darryl Knights feeding the attack from central midfield St Albans were on the back foot and they had to wait until the mid-way point in the half before their first meaningful attack when Howard Hall shot over the bar. Owen Story was playing on the right with Junior English at centre-forward, and the man signed from Brackley was finding space to run at the Saints defence and looked dangerous. Corcoran then headed over for the visitors after half an hours play.

 

stalbansliamdalyOn thirty five minutes Dom Langdon’s header from a Knights corner was on target but lacked the power to worry keeper Welch, and as the first half ebbed away Knights chipped the keeper but was just wide of the upright. English was ruled off-side to prevent a one on one, whilst Langdon headed over from a Brown cross.

 

Club Captain Rob Elvins was on for Rosser from the restart and immediately Brown was through but skewed his shot wide, whilst Ward went close as Tony Breeden made an excellent save. The breakthrough came eight minutes into the second half after good work from Knights to Story resulted in a dangerous cross to the waiting English but an interception by Saints Tom Ward resulted in an own goal giving the stranded Welch no chance. A left footed bullet a few minutes later from English was well saved.

 

With half an hour to play Marcus Bignot made a host of substitutions bringing on Taundry, Braithwaite, Cooper, Denny, Taylor and Ellis. Almost immediately Alex Cooper was brought down in the box and Liam Daly stepped up to smash the penalty into the right hand corner of the net sending Welch the wrong way. St Albans upped their game as full time approached and Loick Pires was close on 86 minutes. Then with the last kick of the match Frendo’s shot looked on it’s way to a consolation goal before the agile Breeden produced the save of the day to send Moors in with a win and clean sheet.

 

Solihull continue their pre-season schedule on Tuesday when another Conference South side Hemel Hempstead Town are the visitors to the Autotech Stadium, 7.45pm kick off.

 

 


 

 
Friendly Result: Moors 1 - 1 Harriers
( 16 Votes )
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 11:58

kiddy1Marcus Bignot’s starting line-up contained seven new faces of new signings and youth team call-ups, but there were no signs of ring-rust as they started the game against their higher-tiered opposition brightly, and opened the scoring after just 12 minutes. Owen Story, in his first game since arriving from Brackley Town, latched onto a loose ball and squared to former Walsall forward Darren Byfield, who provided the pass for Darryl Knights to slot home past former Moors keeper Jasbir Singh.


At the other end, Harriers’ striker Reece Styche was causing problems with his height, and his headers created great chances for Callum Gittings and Nathan Blissett but on both occasions Moors keeper Deale Chamberlain produced fine saves. Liam Daly, returning for his second spell at Solihull, was also called upon to deny Ahmed Obeng with a brave block, before Obeng limped off with a serious-looking leg injury which stopped play for several minutes.


kiddy2After the interval, both teams struggled to find rhythm as the managers made many substitutions. The visitors eventually found the equaliser in the 66th minute – Craig Reid running onto a through ball and chipping the ball over Chamberlain. The match went quiet as the clock ran down, but Moors thought they had won it with just a few minutes remaining when Kidderminster keeper Daniel Lewis spilled a routine catch, Michael Taylor was in the right place to tap home from close range, only for Josh Gowling to make an incredible block.


The two teams had to settle for the draw, which Moors will see as an acceptable way to start preseason friendlies before the real campaign begins on August 9th against Colwyn Bay.


Moors’ next fixture is at home to St Albans City on Saturday, July 12th (3pm kick off).

 

 

 


 

 
2014-15 Fixtures
( 28 Votes )

This season's fixtures are now available

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Physiotherapist Interns Required
( 13 Votes )
Wednesday, 02 July 2014 10:07

Required: Chartered Physiotherapist / Sports Therapist

Salary: Internship

Location: Solihull

Responsible to: Head Physiotherapist

Purpose of post: To deliver physiotherapy/sports therapy services to all players involved in the club set up and continue pathways through to first team level. Promote and protect the health and wellbeing of all girls and boys within the club. Work within the Code of Conduct and Good Practice of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Society of Sports Therapists.

Start Date: ASAP

Responsible for:
The welfare of players within the all teams within the club set up.
Providing assessment, treatment and functional rehabilitation of injured players.
Clinical decision making process (fitness of player to train or play).
Player education (injury prevention).
Continuing Professional Development
Communication regarding injury status and rehabilitation of players to coaching staff and parents.
Medical records. All notes and records must be kept securely. All medical records must meet the standards set by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and SST
Confidentiality. The physiotherapist must at all times abide by the CSP Rules of Professional Conduct.
Must be available at training sessions and attend all matches, home and away

Key skills and Experience required

Essential:
Current Physiotherapy Degree or Sports Therapy Degree
Membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Health Professions Council and/or SST
FA Emergency Aid Certificate
An accepted Enhanced FA CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) Disclosure
Knowledge and understanding of child protection issues including holding a current FA Safeguarding Children Workshop certificate
Evidence of continuing education in sports medicine
Previous experience in, and appropriate skills for, the delivery of musculoskeletal physiotherapy
Have knowledge and understanding of youth player musculoskeletal development.
Willingness to work evenings and weekends.
Ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
Ability to travel independently.
Ability to work in a team environment

Desirable:
Knowledge and understanding of working with young players
Previous experience of working in sport
Ability to organise and prioritise own workload

If you are interested in this position, please send your CV with a covering letter to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Closing Date: 11/08/14


 
U21s Pick Up Fair Play Award
( 13 Votes )
Tuesday, 17 June 2014 10:00

u21sfairplayAt the Midland Combination Football League annual presentation evening, our Under 21s team won the 'Fair Play' award for their league.

 

An excellent achievement, and congratulations to head coach Luke Tisdale and all the players on this very worthy award.

 

Receiving the award on behalf of the club was Chairman Trevor Stevens (pictured right), with fellow Moors Director Ray Bird.

 
Girl Power!
( 11 Votes )
Saturday, 14 June 2014 18:40

A successful Summer Tournament weekend saw three more of our Girls Teams win trophies

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End of an Era for U18s
( 5 Votes )
Saturday, 14 June 2014 00:00

u18sendOur Under 18, Midland Junior Premier League side held their end of season presentations for the last time, with the team not continuing next season. An emotional evening saw Moors Chairman Trevor Stevens present two awards to Nathan Collett for Players and Parents Player of the Season. The Top Scorer award went to Ben Hill, and Manager Tim Delaney's award went to Jack Turner.

 

"It has been an absolute pleasure to coach this group of talented players, some of whom I have worked with for 11 years, and I wish all of them the very best in their footballing futures. I also want to thank the parents for their support over the years, and to my Assistant Manager Jim Hudson for his invaluable support". Tim Delaney

 
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