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GORDON BARTLETT

Young duo have departed Brisbane Road on an initial one-month loan and will look to get plenty of minutes under their belts

A new era dawned for Wealdstone in the bright sunshine of a seaside setting on Saturday, following the end of Gordon Bartlett’s long reign as manager.

Gordon Bartlett has agreed to take on a new role at Wealdstone Football Club.

A powerful and resolute Chelmsford City side ensured Wealdstone’s faltering start to the National South season continued at Grosvenor Vale on Saturday.

Gordon Bartlett’s team will look to bounce back at Grosvenor Vale after Monday’s loss to Havant & Waterlooville

Grosvenor Vale club created several chances, but failed to beat away custodian Ryan Young last night

Wealdstone suffered an unlikely first defeat of the season after going down to 10-man St Albans City at Clarence Park on Tuesday evening.

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Danny Green’s late equaliser rescued a 1-1 draw for Wealdstone against Hemel Hempstead Town in a fiery encounter at Grosvenor Vale in which both teams had a man sent off.

Wealdstone’s 13-match unbeaten run came to a shuddering end at the South Coast on Saturday as Eastbourne Borough trounced the Stones 5-1 in the Vanarama National League South.

A second-half Joe White penalty was the vital goal in a niggly encounter at Twerton Park as Wealdstone disposed of fellow play-off chasers Bath City with a 2-1 win.

Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett is not giving up the possibility of making the Vanarama National League South play-offs – although he admits it is unlikely.

Wealdstone extended their winning run in the Vanarama National League South with a 2-1 win at Weston-super-Mare – although like Saturday they had to come from behind to do it.

Wealdstone piled more misery on hosts Margate after Aryan Tajbakhsh’s debut strike was enough to grab the three points at Hartsdown Park and condemn basement-side Margate to their 15th straight defeat.

A debut goal from Josh Walker was cancelled out by a similar strike from Kaiman Anderson as Wealdstone and Oxford City shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Grosvenor Vale.

Wealdstone midfielder Danny Green believes this year could be the “learning curve” the club needs in order to make a serious push for promotion next season.

Wealdstone extended their unbeaten run to three games in the National League South - and seven in all competitions - as they secured an impressive win against table toppers Maidenhead United on Boxing Day.

Wealdstone striker Elliot Benyon remains unfazed by his dry run in front of goal despite drawing a blank for the sixth game in a row.

Wealdstone chairman Peter Marsden remains confident Gordon Bartlett is the right man to take the club forward, but wants a quick upturn in form in order to make a serious push for the play-offs.

Long-serving manager Gordon Bartlett has urged his players to rise to the occasion ahead of Wealdstone’s eagerly-awaited FA Cup fourth qualifying round encounter against Dagenham & Redbridge this weekend.

Wealdstone boss Gordon Bartlett has hailed the impact Elliot Benyon has made since joining the club, likening the striker’s work ethic and attitude towards the game to his assistant manager Scott McGleish.

Scott McGleish has hailed Elliot Benyon as “a better finisher than I ever was” following the striker’s sparkling start to life at Wealdstone.

Eddie Oshodi has admitted he took his career and life in general for granted in the past, but is now feeling as content as he has ever been on and off the field.

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