Preston North End
Funny old game, football; a lackluster display against Hartlepool United in midweek saw North End record their first win under new boss Graham Westley, before an improved performance resulted in defeat at Bramall Lane. Danny Mayor’s wondergoal was enough to give PNE all three points at Deepdale on Tuesday night, as a crowd of over 14,000 saw Preston triumph 1-0 over Neale Cooper’s Hartlepool side. […]3 years ago by Rory Cocker Share
Join Liam Geraghty of live coverage of Preston North End v Hartlepool from Deepdale. North End are still looking for their first win under Graham Westley, after their last two matches were called off, leaving them languishing in 14th in League 1. Their Yorkshire rivals currently sit two points, and four places, better off in 10th.3 years ago by David Stubbings Share
Tributes are being paid to a talented young footballer and Preston North End fan who passed away on Saturday. 17-year-old Jordan Grant (pictured left), who lived in the Cottam area of the city, is believed to have died due to a cardiac arrest. Jordan, a season ticket holder at North End and prominent Twitter user, had played for Springfields Football Club until he was 16. […]3 years ago by Ed Walker Share Want to reach Prestonians Advertise here? Want to promote your local business?
Preston North End have sacked Phil Brown as their stuttering League One form continues. PNE currently sit five points outside the play-offs but have only won one of their previous 11 games. A statement from new chairman Peter Ridsdale said Graham Alexander and David Unsworth would now take over management of the first team. He said: “Phil Brown joined the Club in January 2011 with […]3 years ago by Ed Walker Share
Controversial former Leeds United and Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale has been appointed as the new chairman of Preston North End. Ridsdale, who has spent the last year at Plymouth Argyle working for their administrators, will take over management of North End who are struggling to return to the Championship. His appointment comes after Maurice Lindsay stepped down on Thursday evening due to ill-health, following […]3 years ago by Ed Walker Share
Preston North End U18s have progressed to the third round of the FA Youth Cup after knocking out Walsall 5-4 on penalties at Deepdale. The game finished 1-1 in normal time and neither team could be separated during extra time, and it was the North End keeper Jordan Watson who turned out to be the hero in the shoot out with his two […]3 years ago by Andy Ha Share