Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammate’s game against Brentford on Saturday January 2nd, has been postponed, the club has announced.
Bristol City were due to head to the Brentford Community Stadium for the first time this season but explained that the fixture well have to be rearranged.
City say that fresh COVID-19 symptoms have taken effect in the squad and because of the time line and bank holiday closing of the testing laboratory (which is league-appointed), Bristol City are unable to test all of their squad and staff.
It will appear according to the month long contract, Milan Butterfield has played his final game for Guiseley.
The announced that following an early pitch inspection, authorized by the league, that their fixture against Farsley Celtic on January 2nd has been postponed due to a frozen pitch.
Guiseley also announced, their home game with Curzon Ashton, which was scheduled to be played on Saturday January 9th has been postponed because of positive Covid-19 cases within their squad.
J’Nai Butterfield-Steede and his Kendal Town teammates fixture against Widnes FC was postponed due to us being moved into tier 4.
Tier 4 Football Rules:
Adult non-elite & grassroots games/training are NOT permitted.
Under-18s & disabled sport is allowed, but players in Tier 4 cannot play/train in Tiers 1, 2 or 3.
Elite sport can continue.
Billingham Synthonia has signed a second player from Bermuda as the club announced the signing of goalkeeper Quinaceo Hunt from Durham City.
Hunt the former PHC Zebras goalkeeper has played International football for Bermuda at the Under 17, Under 20, and Senior levels, including being selected to the Gold Cup in 2019 and is also a former Wakefield player.
Billingham manager Gary Foster said, “Another pleasing signing. Hunt has operated higher than this level and has ambitions of getting much higher. We need to give him a platform to perform and get competitive games under his belt. He is his nation’s number 2 keeper and we have beat a number of side’s to his signature. For the club it continues to be onwards and upwards.”