Aber Town: The season so far!

ABERYSTWYTH Town Football Club’s stuttering season continued throughout the winter period, finding themselves in 10th position and only 4 points away from the possible relegation places as they head into the final leg of the season. Befitting of a team who are languishing in the league, they have an overall record from 24 games of winning 4, drawing 7 and losing 12. Their recent form has not been particularly good either, having in the last eight matches only won two, drawn three and lost three.

The manager, Alan Morgan, has tried to rectify this abysmal league position by giving the squad somewhat of an overhaul in the January transfer window. They have brought in six new players, four of which are strikers, which would suggest that Alan Morgan is trying to fix an area of the team that has let the side down so far this season; Josh Shaw, Carl Lamb, Josh MaCauley and Chris Llewellyn are the new strikers to arrive for the Seasiders, while midfielder Michael Walsh and goalkeeping coach Chris Doran have arrived to try and solidify the spine of the team.

Last time out, Aber fought back from two nil down to draw the game in the dying seconds, with wing wizard Geoff Kellaway netting both goals. This has provided the Seasiders’ supporters with some much needed hope, as it showed a togetherness and never die attitude amongst the team, on what was a rather cold Saturday afternoon.

Next time out, Aber face Port Talbot in the Student Special on Friday night. This promises to be an exciting game, with Port Talbot one place and four points above them, so it is a real must win for Aber, if they want to further propel themselves away from the relegation places. After that, their next league game is away against Airbus U.K Broughton, on Sunday 4th March.