Macclesfield Town

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Sam Wedgbury - Club Career - Macclesfield Town
... Wedgbury signed a one-year contract at then-League Two side Macclesfield Town on 6 July 2010 ... He made his debut for Macclesfield on the opening day of the 2010–11 season, starting in a 2–2 draw against Stevenage at Broadhall Way ... month to Conference North side Altrincham in January 2011, having been out of the Macclesfield first-team for two months ...
Conference League Cup - Winners
1979–80 Northwich Victoria Altrincham 1980–81 Altrincham Kettering Town 1981–82 Weymouth Enfield 1982–83 Runcorn Scarborough 1983–84 Scarborough Barnet 1984–85 Runcorn ...
Cheshire County Football Association - List of Cheshire Senior Cup Winners
1980–81 Hyde United 1981–82 Altrincham 1982–83 Macclesfield Town 1983–84 Northwich Victoria 1984–85 Runcorn 1985–86 Runcorn 1986–87 Runcorn Year Cheshire Senior Cup Winners ...
Cheshire County League - Honours - League Champions
... Vale reserves 1929–30 Port Vale reserves 1930–31 Port Vale reserves 1931–32 Macclesfield 1932–33 Macclesfield 1933–34 Wigan Athletic 1934–35 Wigan Athletic 1935–36 ...
Mark Bailey (footballer) - Macclesfield Town
... In June 2004, Macclesfield Town's manager Brian Horton announced that the club had agreed terms to sign Bailey with Bailey signing a one-year contract with the club following the end of his contract. 2005 but after that he remained in the first team picture for the remainder of the season as Macclesfield reached the play-offs, losing out to his former club ...

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