The next Preston North End legend could be found during half-term thanks to a new football school. Coaching sessions from the Sir Tom Finney Foundation are being held at the Springfields training ground. It runs from Tuesday 27 May to Friday 30 May. The Foundation offers courses for children aged four to 14-years-old. A statement from Preston North End said: “During this soccer school, the […]4 months ago by Ed Walker Share
It has taken me a few days, but I am now ready to come to terms with the fact that Preston North End’s season is over. Although we had another heartbreaking play off defeat, there have been plenty of positives to come from this season. We have had our fare share of managers in the past few seasons, but Simon Grayson has put the pride […]4 months ago by Louise Hogg Share
Preston North End left the first leg of their League One play-off in a stalemate, but it was Joe Garner’s right foot that was the talk of the game. Rotherham were left stunned as Garner delivered one of the goals of the season to bring North End back level. And his goal went worldwide as it trended on Twitter with football fans buzzing after an […]4 months ago by Ed Walker Share Want to promote your local business?
Preston superstar wrestler Wade ‘Bad News’ Barrett scores his fourth Intercontinental Championship. The Extreme Rules final against Big E last night proved the Preston lad the best in the game although he was up against it. In a recent interview with Ring Rust Radio Wade said: “I think any time there’s more focus on a particular title, the better it is for the titleholder. “I […]5 months ago by Tony Worrall Share
Preston North End Play-Off tickets went on sale today. Home tickets were available from 9am with Ambassadors’ and season ticket holders’ seats reserved until the close of business on Wednesday 7th May. Huge queues have been reported at the Deepdale ground as fans try to get their hands on a ticket. The line stretched from the ticket office way back to the supporters shop. As […]5 months ago by Tony Worrall Share
World Cup winner Will Greenwood appeared on Sky TV’s Game Changers and spoke about how he got into rugby union. Blackburn born former Hopper Greenwood made reference to his old club in an interview Will said: “I loved sport – my father captained and coached England so I had a rugby ball or football around in the garden 24 hours a day,” said Will. “I spent […]5 months ago by Tony Worrall Share