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Drury Slams Side After Dropped Points

Corby Town manager Graham Drury slammed his side after they failed to win at home to Stalybridge Celtic, despite a two goal half time lead. The Steelmen faithful were left to rue missed opportunities again as they watched their team throw away their advantage. In 2011 alone Corby have led Nuneaton Town, Hinckley United, Guiseley, Vauxhall Motors and now Stalybridge Celtic at the break, however have only picked up 3 points out of a possible 15 from these games.

19 February 2011
Corby Town 2-2 Stalybridge Celtic

Not for the first time this season, Corby Town threw away a two-goal half-time lead as they were held 2-2 at home by Stalybridge Celtic in the Blue Square Bet North. The Steelmen have made throwing away half time leads an art form this season and led at the break thanks to goals from Chris Hope and Steve Towers.

19 February 2011
Steelmen Capture Boston Stopper

Graham Drury has boosted his goalkeeping options after signing Boston United's Aaron Butcher until the end of the season. Young Butcher has found his opportunities limited with The Pilgrims this season, despite being the first choice for United in the UniBond Premier League.

18 February 2011
Drury: "Show Us You Care"

Graham Drury wants Corby Town's players to restore their pride against Stalybridge Celtic in the Blue Square Bet North tomorrow. The Steelmen were humbled 7-2 at Solihull Moors last week and also conceded six in their last home game against Eastwood Town. And Drury feels the players owe the club, the fans and themselves a proper response tomorrow.

18 February 2011
Drury Will Decide On Defensive Changes

Corby Town boss Graham Drury hopes goalkeeper Nathan Thackeray's confidence will not have been dented too badly after he conceded seven at Solihull Moors. He endured a nightmare time – as did most of the Steelmen defence – as they were hammered for the second time in three matches.

17 February 2011
Parking To Remain Free At The Rockingham Triangle Stadium

Corby Town Football Club are pleased to announce that match day parking will remain free of charge at The Rockingham Triangle Stadium. The stadium has a large carpark which opened earlier this season, and following a fans forum the club explored the possibility of charging £1 per car for parking. However, following supporters' feedback and issues with the general public using the carpark on match days we have decided to allow parking to remain at no cost.

17 February 2011
Starmer: "Brilliant To Have David as Chairman"

Corby Town director Graham Starmer has hailed the arrival of David Mallinger as the new acting-chairman as “brilliant”. Mallinger, the son of the club's former chairman Peter who passed away last month, will join the board in a restructuring that will see Helen Thompson continue as chief executive and Graham Starmer and Ian Hopewell stay on as directors.

15 February 2011
Wednesday at The Steelmen Social Club

The Steelmen Social Club will be screening the mouthwatering Champions League match between Arsenal and Barcelona live from The Emirates Stadium on Wednesday Evening. The match kicks off at 7.45pm, with the bar open from 7pm. So why not pop down and enjoy a midweek drink with your fellow Corby Town supporters and maybe even have a game of table football.

15 February 2011
Football CV is coming to Corby

Corby Town FC are pleased to welcome FootballCV to the Rockingham Triangle, subject to official confirmation from Corby Borough Council later this week. The UK's first private Academy also has a base at Nene Park and will be expanding its operation into Corby in the summer.

15 February 2011
David Mallinger Takes Control of Corby Town FC

David Mallinger has become the new chairman of Corby Town FC. The son of the late Steelmen chairman Peter Mallinger is joined by directors Graham Starmer, Helen Thompson and Ian Hopewell following the resignations of Les Manning, Mick Leech and Dave Dunham.

14 February 2011
Solihull Moors 7-2 Corby Town

Corby Town suffered another heavy defeat as Drury's charges were beaten into submission by play-off chasing Solihull despite taking the lead through Adam Webster. The other Corby goal came via winger Andy Hall, however it was not enough to avoid another embarrassing result.

12 February 2011
Harrogate Town 0-1 Corby Town

Netan Sansara scored with his first touch after coming off the bench for Corby at Harrogate Town to secure a morale boosting victory for Corby Town. There was also some bad news for The Steelmen however, as Andy White suffered a bad injury in the first half.

5 February 2011


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