New Frontiers

Issue 18 - December 2009

The last issue literally flew out of our hands, you couldn’t get enough. Once more we’re back. Flying High - The Editor Speaks. Enjoy the game.

Sustainable? City's £4,000 a week loss. 31 38 (and counting) Reasons To Be Optimistic Against Stoke (Part 1)
Sophie Said Thanks to Sophie for taking the time out of her busy schedule to address the branch in November. Martin's Mantra Read what Martin Foyle had to say to the branch in October.
Richard Brodie. Should He Stay Or Should He Go The Sunday Times' looks back at City's 1983/4 Division 4 Championship side
Football And Beyond Martin's Mantra Read what Martin Foyle had to say to the branch in October.
Shippo Match To Remember? York 2 - Stockport 4 I worked with Tony Kempster for 13 years in the days before PCs. PCs dovetailed with Tony's love of non league football as his non league web site grew and grew. It has many followers and is highly acclaimed, winning many awards. When not updating his web site, he was invariably to be seen watching City at Bootham Crescent. Sadly, Tony lost his brave fight against cancer earlier in 2009. Check out Tony's web site.
Wealdstone 2 Rotherham 3 Billy Plutch Read the latest utterings of our friendly half wit.
For a half term treat, my daughter wanted to go to the ballet, so ballet it was. The last time I'd been was 20 years ago, Michael Clark and Kurious Oranj. Clark's latest production fitted the bill perfectly for me. James Beattie
Gordon Strachan The Fall. same difference?
Check out the Red and Blue NET City supporters site ... we did and came up with City Hangman

NEXT ISSUE: 2010 featuring:

  • Transfer Deadline Day Rumours
  • Match To Remember: York 0 Rochdale 0
  • Michael Clark
  • More On Stoke
  • Martin & Mandy - Everyday tales from a happily married middle aged couple living in each other's pocket. Today's Terry & June?
  • City Quiz (promise)
  • Band Of The Week (The Illuminations)
  • Nadine's cool spreadsheet, yes, really
  • And much more

October 2009

August 2009

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Branch News. Check the York City South web site for all the latest, including social evenings, pre match meet and greets and details of a special Grand Central rail ticket offer, available exclusively to YCS members.

Further Reading: Check out the new (January 2010) issue of When Saturday Comes for a full page article on Onome Sodje and his summer move to Barnsley. Incidentally, the previous issue had a double page spread on a game between Billingham Synthonia and Horden Colliery Welfare. A certain keeper named Chris Porter was in goal. How the mighty have fallen!

In the good old days, new frontiers cost 50p. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, you're reading this free of charge, in exactly the same way that you might have watched and endured England's recent game in Ukraine. The only difference, you were charged for England, this is free. However, if you enjoy it, next time you're at a home game, buy a programme, or 50 / 50 ticket, or even enjoy a couple of pints in The Social Club before the match. Enjoy the game.

Disclaimer: The opinions and views stated in New Frontiers are solely those of New Frontiers and do not necessarily represent those of York City Football Club or York City South (a branch of The York City Football Club Supporters Club).

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