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Eastleigh FC

2013/2014

Home League Games:

Eastleigh 0-1 Boreham Wood - 26/04/14
Eastleigh 2-1 Basingstoke Town - 18/04/14 - (Yemi Odubade, Ben Wright) CHAMPIONS!
Eastleigh 1-0 Dover Athletic - 15/04/14 - (Lee Peacock)
Eastleigh 3-2 Whitehawk - 05/04/14 - (Ben Wright, Chris Todd, Stuart Fleetwood)
Eastleigh 6-0 Dorchester Town - 25/03/14 - (Jai Reason 3, Chris Todd, Ben Wright, Yemi Odubade)
Eastleigh 4-2 Bishops Stortford - 15/03/14 - (Ben Wright 3, Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 1-0 Chelmsford City - 11/03/14 - (Reece Connolly)
Eastleigh 3-1 Weston-super-Mare - 01/03/14 - (Ben Wright, Jai Reason, Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 3-2 Maidenhead United - 25/02/14 - (Reece Connolly, Stuart Fleetwood, Ben Strevens)
Eastleigh 3-1 Ebbsfleet United - 25/01/14 - (Jai Reason 3)
Eastleigh 2-1 Gosport Borough - 18/01/14 - (Craig McAllister, Ben Strevens)
Eastleigh 2-1 Bath City - 28/12/13 - (Ben Strevens, Jamie Collins)
Eastleigh 1-2 Tonbridge Angels - 23/11/13 - (Jamie Collins)
Eastleigh 1-0 Farnborough - 09/11/13 - (Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 1-0 Staines Town - 19/10/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 1-1 Concord Rangers - 05/10/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 1-0 Hayes & Yeading United - 21/09/13 - (Craig McAllister)
Eastleigh 2-0 Eastbourne Borough - 17/09/13 - (Jai Reason, Glen Southam)
Eastleigh 2-1 Bromley - 07/09/13 - (Craig McAllister, Stuart Fleetwood)
Eastleigh 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville - 26/08/13
Eastleigh 1-0 Sutton United - 17/08/13 - (Yemi Odubade)

Away League Games:

Havant & Waterlooville 1-0 Eastleigh - 21/04/14
Chelmsford City 0-0 Eastleigh - 12/04/14
Bromley 1-2 Eastleigh - 08/04/14 - (Ben Wright 2)
Bishops Stortford 2-2 Eastleigh - 01/04/14 - (Ben Wright, Ben Strevens)
Hayes & Yeading 1-1 Eastleigh - 30/03/14 - (Craig McAllister)
Staines Town 0-0 Eastleigh - 22/03/14
Whitehawk 1-4 Eastleigh - 18/03/14 - (Ben Wright, Craig McAllister 2, Reece Connolly)
Concord Rangers 3-2 Eastleigh - 08/03/14 - (Ben Wright, Ben Strevens)
Eastbourne Borough 1-1 Eastleigh - 04/03/14 - (Stuart Fleetwood)
Farnborough 0-1 Eastleigh - 22/02/14 - (Ben Wright)
Tonbridge Angels 2-1 Eastleigh - 17/02/14 - (Stuart Fleetwood)
Weston-super-Mare 3-2 Eastleigh - 21/01/14 - (Craig McAllister, Yemi Odubade)
Dorchester Town 1-2 Eastleigh - 26/12/13 - (Ben Strevens, Jai Reason)
Dover Athletic 1-2 Eastleigh - 17/12/13 - (Ben Strevens, Stuart Fleetwood)
Gosport Borough 0-2 Eastleigh - 12/11/13 - (Yemi Odubade, Glen Southam)
Sutton United 1-1 Eastleigh - 02/11/13 - (Craig McAllister)
Ebbsfleet United 3-1 Eastleigh - (Stuart Fleetwood)
Maidenhead United 1-3 Eastleigh - 14/09/13 - (Yemi Odubade 2, Craig McAllister)
Boreham Wood 0-3 Eastleigh - 31/08/13 - (Craig McAllister, Stuart Fleetwood, Jai Reason)
Basingstoke Town 2-0 Eastleigh - 24/08/13
Bath City 0-1 Eastleigh - 20/08/13 - (Ben Strevens)

Cup Games

Eastleigh 0-1 Cambridge United - FA Trophy Quarter Final - 01/02/14
Eastleigh 3-2 Dover Athletic - FA Trophy 3rd Round - 11/01/14 - (Jai Reason, Ben Strevens, Jamie Collins)
Eastleigh 2-0 Gateshead - FA Trophy 2nd Round - 14/12/13 - (Jamie Collins, Stuart Fleetwood)
Bury Town 0-3 Eastleigh - FA Trophy 1st Round Proper - 30/11/13 - (Ben Strevens 2, Craig McAllister)
Maidstone United 1-2 Eastleigh - FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round - 16/11/13 - (Craig McAllister, Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 2-3 Oxford City - FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round - 12/10/13 - (Jamie Collins, Stuart Fleetwood)
Eastleigh 0-1 Whitchurch United - Hampshire Senior Cup - 01/10/13
Eastleigh 4-0 Mangotsfield United - FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round - 28/09/13 - (Jai Reason, Glen Southam, Stuart Fleetwood, Sam Wilson)

Friendlies:

North Leigh 0-1 Eastleigh - 10/08/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 1-2 Salisbury City - 03/08/13 - (Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 2-4 Woking - 30/07/13 - (Yemi Odubade, Jai Reason)
Eastleigh 0-1 Southampton XI - 26/07/13
Eastleigh 2-1 Aldershot Town - 20/07/13 - (Jai Reason, Stuart Fleetwood)
Wantage Town 1-6 Eastleigh - 16/07/13 - (Chris Todd, Michael Green, Jai Reason, Damian Scannell, Ben Dillon, Jack Ross)
Eastleigh 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers - 09/07/13

Archived Seasons:

2013/2014 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/match-reports-20132014.html

2012/2013 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/match-reports-20122013.html

2011/2012 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/match-reports-20112012.html

2010/2011 - http://eastleighfc.blogspot.com/2011/05/match-reports-20102011.html

2009/2010 - http://www.eastleigh-fc.co.uk/reports-0910

2008/2009 - http://www.eastleigh-fc.co.uk/reports-0809

2007/2008 - http://www.eastleigh-fc.co.uk/reports-0708

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Eastleigh 3-2 Gateshead

A winning goal from Ben Strevens deep into second half stoppage time saw the Spitfires claim all three points with a 3-2 win over Gateshead at the Silverlake Stadium.

Richard Hill's side had been 2-0 up thanks to a fourth-minute goal from Ben Williamson and a second half strike from James Constable.
Gateshead fought back to draw level with goals from Jordan Preston and Theo Vassell late in the game, but Strevens was in the right place at the right time to profit from good play by Mark Yeates to seal victory for Eastleigh.
Eastleigh: Ross Flitney, Ayo Obileye, Michael Green, Danny Hollands, Ryan Cresswell, Callum Howe, Gary McSheffrey (Mark Yeates, 73), Sam Wood, Paul McCallum (Craig McAllister, 66), Ben Williamson (Ben Strevens, 83), James Constable. Subs: (not used) Chris Zebroski, Cavaghn Miley.

Referee: Richard Hulme.

Attendance: 1,597.







FA Cup: Eastleigh 1-2 Hereford

Eastleigh crashed out of the FA Cup after losing 2-1 at home to Hereford, who are two divisions lower.

The Spitfires finished the game with nine men as both Andrew Boyce and Gavin Hoyte were shown red cards.
Match tweets and reaction below:

Eastleigh: Ross Flitney, Gavin Hoyte, Michael Green, Sam Togwell (James Constable, 46), Sam Wood, Mark Yeates, Ben Strevens, Craig McAllister (Paul McCallum, 74), Andrew Boyce, Ben Williamson (Gary McSheffrey 74), Callum Howe. Subs (not used): Ryan Cresswell, Chris Zebroski, Ayo Obileye, Cavaghn Miley.

Referee: Carl Brook.

Attendance: 1,345.
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Chester game postponed

Statement from Eastleigh following postponement of home fixture against Chester:
"Following a pitch inspection from match officials, our game against Chester has been postponed.

"It is with regret this decision has been made so close to kick-off. However, every care had been taken in advance of the game to prevent this from happening.

"A match official was called in on Friday afternoon to view the pitch and, following this inspection, it was deemed safe to play. This information was relayed to today’s referee Mr Savvas Yianni on Friday afternoon.

"Upon arriving at the ground today, the match officials have taken the view that player safety was at risk and decided to postpone the game.

"Ground staff had covered the small affected area overnight to protect the surface from any rainfall which was forecast.

"However, the problem with this area of the pitch is not a surface water issue but a sub-soil drainage problem. Additional drainage has been installed in the a…

Thank you EDOF

A BIG THANK YOU
Eastleigh Football Club can announce the resignation of Director of Football David Malone, who is standing down with immediate effect.
Dave has been an integral part of the Spitfires since becoming Director of Football in May 2006, but due to personal reasons he cannot continue his valued commitment to the club.

Posting on the EFC fans forum Dave says “I would like to thank everybody associated with Eastleigh Football Club for allowing me the privilege of sharing so many positive experiences over the past 6 years - and I truly wish the Club every future success”.

Dave who was previously a Director at Winchester City, Salisbury City & Bashley FC has been actively involved in every aspect of the Club and instrumental in Eastleigh’s on the pitch progress. Off field he was an influence in attracting Bridle Insurance to the Club. Simply put, without Dave’s hard work and efforts Eastleigh would not be at our present level within the higher echelons of Non League F…

Cook completes Eastleigh switch

"We can confirm that we have today completed the signing of Aaron Cook from Newport County. Aaron is a commanding centre half, and has previously been at Salisbury City, Bashley, Havant & Waterlooville.

"We can also confirm that we have extended the loan spell of James Taylor from AFC Totton."

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