LILY'S WELL BEATEN IN CUP FINAL

Mossley Women were unable to repeat their recent victory over Chorley Ladies Reserves and went down to a heavy defeat in the GMWFL Cup Final at the Vestacare Stadium on Sunday.

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KEEPER LATHAM IS LATEST ADDITION

Following Liam Lovell's decision to leave Mossley, manager David Fish has brought in experienced keeper Dale Latham from Glossop North End.

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FAWNS & CHARLTON ARRIVE WHILE OTHERS RE-SIGN

Mossley manager David Fish has signed attacking midfielder Mason Fawns from neighbours Ramsbottom United.

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Ben Bowers Duxbury

ACADEMY WIN EARNS THIRD PLACE FINISH

Mossley Academy brought down the curtain on an impressive season with a 3-2 win over Radcliffe at Seel Park on Thursday afternoon.

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Andy Keogh

SEASON CLOSES WITH FRIENDLY WIN

Three second half goals were enough to beat a strong FC Halifax Town under 23 side that contained a smattering of players with first team experience at Seel Park on Tuesday.

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THE LIVING HISTORY OF MOSSLEY AFC
Mossley were formed in 1903 as Park Villa, initially competing in local competitions but, after just one season the club's name was changed to Mossley Juniors. In 1909 they became Mossley AFC and moved to their present ground Seel Park in 1912 from their previous site at Luzley. > >
All the titles and trophies won and finals reached > >
The complete results and stats from every match Mossley AFC have played since 1909 > >
Biographies and many photos of every player to have represented Mossley AFC since the club turned professiuonal in 1919 > >
Biographies and photos of every team manager to have led Mossley AFC since the club turned professional in 1919 > >
The famous sons of Mossley AFC.
Seel Park Legends all > >
Team photos of Mossley AFC through the years> >
With a population of little over 10,000 it was unlikeley that a town of that size, nestling in the hills on the west of the Pennines would ever be able to support a professional sporting organisation > >
Virtual Seel Park -
A pictorial history of Mossley AFC's spectacular Seel Park Stadium.
The Lilywhites home since 1911 > >
A pictorial history of the Mossley AFC
badge through the years > >
A pictorial history of Mossley AFC's home playing kit through the years > >
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