Jason Ainsley feels his Spennymoor Town side have to stop the rot but insists their recent form is 'just a blip'.
Three games, three wins and three goals. It’s been an incredible month for Spennymoor Town’s Mark Anderson.
Jason Ainsley believes there is a totally different mentality at Spennymoor to the one that threw in the promotion towel last season.
Glen Taylor says he had no hesitation extending his Spennymoor Town stay - and doesn’t regret turning down full-time football for a minute.
Spennymoor Town boss Jason Ainsley was pleased his side recovered from a slow start to blow away Halesowen Town in the FA Trophy.
Jason Ainsley may have been in charge for 12 years, but even he won’t have had too many months better than the last.
Jason Ainsley thought his side showed amazing character in Spennymoor Town’s 4-4 draw with Altrincham, writes Tom Scott.
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