Three-time northern champions Manchester Futsal Club are one of the leading lights in the national indoor five-a-side version of football both on and off the court.
Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones wants to add World Championships gold to her CV after a flying start to 2015 when she heads into battle at the May 12-18 tournament in Russia.
Lutalo Muhammad, Great Britain’s male representative in the -87kg category for the May 12-18 World Taekwondo Championships in Russia, already has his eye on the 2016 Rio Olympics after a fine start to 2015.
Manchester’s Jordan Gayle, Britain’s male representative in the -63kg category for the May 12-18 World Taekwondo Championships in Russia, says his home nation’s squad is one of the best.
Manchester’s Mahama Cho, Great Britain’s male representative in the +87kg category for the May 12-18 World Taekwondo Championships in Russia, is looking to turn a rollercoaster season around.
Losing one of the North West ‘family’ hurts despite potential promotion joy, says Bury boss Flitcroft
David Flitcroft insists that seeing Tranmere lose their league status after 94 years could lead to an unusual mixture of relegation despair and promotion delight when automatic promotion candidates Bury chase a spot in League One on Saturday.
Bury’s players will contribute financially for the away trip to Portsmouth on Saturday in a bid to maintain their promotion push, according to manager David Flitcroft.
After equalling a club record six straight away wins, Bury welcome title chasing Shrewsbury to the JD Stadium for a game under the floodlights on Tuesday.
Bury manager David Flitcroft is heeding the advice of Manchester United legend Gary Neville to take the season “one game at a time” in search of promotion.
While Manchester City target an unprecedented five straight wins over United on Sunday, equally the Red Devils have never lost five straight league games against their fierce rivals as history beckons at Old Trafford.
Bury are seven points behind second-placed Wycombe with a game in hand as they prepare to take on Cambridge and Morecambe over Easter.