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24/1/15 WALTON CASUALS 0 HORSHAM 2

The Hornets' revival continues after this afternoon's vital 2-0 success at Walton Casuals. Second half goals from Trevor McCreadie, and a Tony Nwachukwu penalty, were just reward for an impressive display that was achieved without five regular starters. The win takes Horsham level on points with Ramsgate and Redhill at the bottom of the table. Full report...

23/1/15 STOREY STAYS FOCUSED

Anthony Storey admitted that nothing has changed since he and Cliff Cant were put in permanent charge of the first team this week and reiterated his aim of maintaining the Hornetsí Ryman Division status, starting with tomorrow's visit to fellow strugglers Walton Casuals. More...

21/1/15 HORSHAM 2 EAST GRINSTEAD TOWN 1

Anthony Storey and Cliff Cant were installed as Horsham's joint-managers until the end of the season after overseeing a vital victory over East Grinstead in this evening's Ryman League basement battle at Goring's Mead. Full report...

21/1/15 HORSHAM v EAST GRINSTEAD TOWN: MATCH PREVIEW

As the harsh realisation of last night's council decision hits us this morning, it may be easy to forget that the Hornets have another huge challenge ahead of them tonight in the form of East Grinstead Town. More...

20/1/15 CHAIRMAN'S DISAPPOINTMENT AT COUNCIL DECISION

Hornets Chairman Kevin Borrett tonight thanked fans for their support before expressing his disappointment at Horsham District Council's decision to refuse the club permission to build a new home in the north of the town. More...

20/1/15 HORNETS DREAMS ARE DASHED

The long-term future of Horsham Football Club was thrown in to question tonight with the council's decision to refuse permission to build a new home on Worthing Road. Citing concerns over pedestrian access, and that the 'oversized' clubhouse would be used for excessive commercial purposes, councillors outvoted the application by 13-9. Moreover, plans to build 57 houses on The Holbrook Club site was also refused. A full club statement will follow in due course.

20/1/15 IT'S D-DAY FOR THE HORNETS

Horsham Football Club has faced its share of challenges throughout its 134 year history but few could have been as important as tonight's planning application hearing at the council chambers. More...

19/1/15 STOREY BEMOANS MISSED OPPORTUNITIES

Anthony Storey reflected on a number of missed opportunities after watching his side go down to a 2-0 defeat to Herne Bay on Saturday. Speaking to the West Sussex County Times, the interim manager said "In the first half we created three or four great chances and we did not take those chances. You know in football that if you do not take your chances then it comes back to bite you and that is exactly what happened. I am very disappointed as the feeling was to get three points. We were at home and especially after the last performance against Carshalton. I felt like we should have gone in front in the first half as Tony had two great chances and then we went back out in the second half and Trevor should have scored. It would have been a different game if he had taken that and made it 1-1. Itís a game that we have lost 2-0, but had three great opportunities. Both of their goals came from individual mistakes. The first was when Tom Gilbert got caught and Gareth Williams for the second one, for me, he should have saved it comfortably. But if there is one player you cannot dig out this season, itís Gareth as he has been in exceptional form this year.Ē

17/1/15 HORSHAM 0 HERNE BAY 2

Individual errors by two of Horsham's most consistent performers saw Herne Bay collect their first win six attempts in front of a decent-sized Goring's Mead crow this afternoon. Full report...

16/1/15 HORSHAM v HERNE BAY: MATCH PREVIEW

The Hornets are expected to field two more new signings for tomorrow's home match against Herne Bay, with Trevor McCreadie and Tom Vickers agreeing to join the club earlier today. More...

15/1/15 YOUR CLUB NEEDS YOU!!

With the date for the hearing of our Holbrook and Hop Oast planning applications now set for Tuesday 20th January, we really need YOUR help for one final push for what we hope to be a landmark occasion in the history of Horsham Football Club. More...

12/1/15 STOREY PRAISES PLAYERS FOR 'HUGE WIN'

Anthony Storey was full of praise for his side's 1-0 victory over Carshalton at the weekend, telling the West Sussex County Times "I have been there many times and itís a very tough place to go and get a result, but (the players) dug in deep and I am very proud of them. I thought we were the better side to be honest and could have been two up at the break. Bailo Camara, who had an excellent debut, had gone through and the keeper made a good save. Tony (Nwachukwu) had a couple of shots as well and I thought we were a real threat. In the second half we rode our luck a little bit but we have some real pace as well and it was a great team performance. Itís a huge win for us. I was disappointed that we did not get something Wednesday night, but this is again something to build on."

11/1/15 DUO MOVE ON

Caretaker-manager Anthony Storey's squad continues to evolve, with two of his more senior players opting to leave the club. Ross Morley has today confirmed that he will be joining fellow strugglers Redhill while Billy-Joe King has been released at the player's own request. The two have been an integral part of the side over the past couple seasons, amassing almost two hundred appearances between them, and in wishing them well for the future we also thank them both for their service. Meanwhile, Storey hopes to hold talks with two potential new signings later this week.

10/1/15 CARSHALTON ATHLETIC 0 HORSHAM 1

Tony Nwachukwu's 76th minute spot-kick was enough to secure Horsham a much needed victory from today's visit to Carshalton Athletic. With the Hornets one of only two of the bottom ten sides to pick up a win, they now sit five points adrift of safety with a game in hand of their rivals. Full report...

9/1/15 CARSHALTON ATHLETIC  v HORSHAM

Due to the unpredictable weather, Carshalton Athletic officials have arranged a precautionary pitch inspection at 11am tomorrow morning, ahead of our Ryman League clash with the Robins (kick-off 3pm). Eleventh-placed Carshalton have been beaten just once in their last eight matches, with Faversham Town the only side to have returned from the War Memorial Sports Ground with all three points since the end of September. The Hornets are expected to hand a debut to new signing Bailo Camara as they look to extend their impressive record of just one defeat in their past seven visits to the Surrey club.

8/1/15 BAILO CAMARA

The Hornets have brought in additional firepower ahead of Saturdayís trip to Carshalton with the arrival of former Eastbourne Borough striker Bailo Camara. The 29 year old, who hails from Guinea-Bissau, played professionally in Portugal before moving to the UK and subsequently joined Borough in 2011 where he broke into the first team after a spell in the reserves. He subsequently signed for Hastings United, featuring twice against Horsham last season, but has spent this season at Eastbourne United. Welcome, Bailo.

7/1/15 HORSHAM 1 HASTINGS UNITED 2

Evan Archibald struck a stoppage time winner to pile on the agony for the Hornets who had nothing to show for an improved display under caretaker boss Anthony Storey tonight. Full report...

6/1/15 HORSHAM v HASTINGS UNITED: MATCH PREVIEW

Anthony Storey takes charge of the side for tomorrow's visit of Hastings United and he could have as many as five new faces in the squad as he tries to revive the club's fortunes and begin the climb away from the foot of the table. More...

6/1/15 FANS RALLY IN SUPPORT

The club would like to thank its supporters for their generosity in agreeing to sponsor its remaining home games this season. In a wonderful show of support and commitment, sponsorship of all of our matches has now been secured beginning with Clive Williams' backing of tomorrow's match with Hastings.

6/1/15 FANS' FORUM WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Supporters will have an opportunity to speak to the club's directors following Wednesday night's Ryman League match with Hastings United when they hold an open forum in the clubhouse.

5/1/15 200 CLUB WINNERS

Our congratulations go to Chris McGahan for winning the £100 first prize in the January draw of the 200 Club. Paul Oxley won the second prize of £40 and Sean Bravery takes the £20 third prize. To find out how you could be among next month's winners, just click here

3/1/15 FIXTURE UPDATES

The new date for today's postponed match with Merstham has been set for Tuesday 10th February (ko 7.45pm). Supporters should also note that our home match with Tooting & Mitcham United has been rearranged for Tuesday 3rd February (ko 7.30pm)

3/1/15 MERSTHAM v HORSHAM: MATCH POSTPONED

Today's match at Merstham has been POSTPONED, due to a waterlogged pitch. The Hornets are next in action on Wednesday night when they host Hastings.

2/1/15 GARY STEPS DOWN

The Board of Directors regret to announce that they have reluctantly accepted Gary Charman's resignation as first team manager. Ian Varley and Mark Hawthorne will also stand down from their positions as coaches and assistants. More...

2/1/15 MERSTHAM v HORSHAM: MATCH PREVIEW

The Hornets take on third-placed Merstham tomorrow, the latest in a gruelling run of five matches in fifteen days. More...

2/1/15 RYAN WOODFORD

Ryan Woodford's Horsham career is over after the club decided to cancel his registration with immediate effect. More...

2/1/15 CHAIRMAN'S NEW YEAR MESSAGE

Hornets Chairman Kevin Borrett issued a New Year message in yesterday's matchday programme. You can read it in full here

1/1/15 HORSHAM 0 WORTHING 5

Any hopes Horsham fans had of a bright start to the New Year were crudely put to bed by a ruthless Worthing side who ran in five goals without reply in this afternoon's one-sided contest at Goring's Mead. Full report...

 

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