Liam King's first game in interim charge saw Ashley Worsfold net the only goal of the game nine minutes from time as the Holy Blues returned to winning ways at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena. Match played on Saturday 16th February 2019.

Joe Maguire speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's victory against Stalybridge Celtic. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 16th February 2019.

Interim boss Liam King speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following a victory against Stalybridge to kick off his managerial reign. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 16th February 2019.

Management Team Depart

Gainsborough Trinity have today parted company with management duo Lee Sinnott and John Reed following a disappointing run of results in which the team only picked up two wins in eleven home games, cumulating in 1-4 and 0-5 reverses at the hands of Warrington Town and Farsley Celtic, in recent weeks.

Initially appointed on this day a year ago (13th February 2018), replacing former manager David Frecklington and Terry Fleming, the pair just failed in their bid to keep the Holy Blues in the National League North.

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Alex Byrne speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Tuesday evening's home match against Farsley Celtic. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Tuesday 12th February 2019.

Lee Sinnott speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Tuesday evening's home match against Farsley Celtic. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Tuesday 12th February 2019.

Match highlights following Saturday's away trip to Buxton. Match played on Saturday 9th February 2019.

Jon Stewart speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's away trip to Buxton. Match played on Saturday 9th February 2019.

Lee Sinnott speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's away trip to Buxton. Match played on Saturday 9th February 2019.

Blues Rocked by Skipper Revelation

Club Captain, Liam King has today had his contract cancelled by mutual consent. King, who has been injured since October, took the steps to initiate the discussion with chairman Richard Kane following a number of setbacks in his quest to regain his fitness. Preferring to relinquish his wage and concentrate on his long-term health and well-being, the popular thirty-one year old took the unusual steps of requesting his contract be cancelled.

The news comes following a prolonged period out of action with a serious back injury picked up in October. The tenacious midfielder turned out for the Reserves and also made a late cameo in the 4-1 victory over Workington but has suffered a further set back in his quest for a return to full fitness. And ultimately felt it only right to end his contract.

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