Sunday, 20th April 2014

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Goldson up for survival battle

CONNOR GOLDSON insists the stakes could hardly be any higher for Shrewsbury Town ahead of a make-or-break Easter likely to define their League One survival hopes.
The central defender knows a decent points return is vital from Good Friday’s home game with fellow strugglers Crewe Alexandra which is followed by a tough […]

Town boss wary of old boy Lowe

MIKE JACKSON knows Shrewsbury Town must keep a tight rein on old boy Ryan Lowe as they bid to crank up their League One survival push at Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
Jackson was delighted with last weekend’s 1-0 win over Stevenage which lifted Town off the bottom of the table.

Jackson’s radar fully on leaders

MIKE JACKSON’S sights are set on stopping the rampaging Brentford juggernaut when the League One leaders roll into the Greenhous Meadow on Saturday.

Turner predicts more good times

GRAHAM TURNER has backed chairman Roland Wycherley to make the right choice over his replacement as the search begins for Shrewsbury Town to appoint the man capable of leading them clear of the League One danger zone.

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Turner: fans can play a vital role

GRAHAM TURNER insists Shrewsbury Town supporters have an important role to play in helping the club end their poor run of home results this weekend.
Town have lost five successive matches at the Greenhous Meadow, failing to score in the last four, a dispiriting sequence which has seen them slide to within […]

Eaves positive the goals will return

TOM EAVES has vowed to stay positive as he bids to hit the goal trail for Shrewsbury Town  at MK Dons on Saturday – insisting he’s confident the goals will come.

Harry delighted at England call

HARRY LEWIS, the latest talented goalkeeper to roll off the Shrewsbury Town production line, has received his first England call-up at under-16 level.

Eaves sure break will benefit side

RETURNING loan star Tom Eaves believes this weekend’s break in fixtures can make Shrewsbury Town even hungrier to climb the League One table.

Past cup glories to fire up town

GRAHAM TURNER has set his sights on Shrewsbury Town rekindling fond FA Cup memories of the past this season ahead of Saturday’s first round trip to Walsall.
Turner twice led Shrewsbury to the quarter-finals of the competition in his first stint as Shrewsbury manager.

Town need a bit of luck – Taylor

JON TAYLOR believes Shrewsbury Town are on the right lines as they chase their first away victory of the season at Brentford on Saturday.