Six goals, a missed penalty, a red card and an Adam Marriott injury time equaliser somehow saw King’s Lynn Town extend their long unbeaten run at Coalville.
In his excellent fortnightly column, my colleague, David Hannant, looked into the history books trying to work out whether the omens are good for Norwich City to be promoted.
It’s a case of once bitten twice shy for King’s Lynn Town boss Ian Culverhouse as he plots a way to muscle his way into the promotion picture.
A catalogue of spurned chances came back to haunt King’s Lynn Town – for the second game in a row.
Ian Culverhouse has a challenge getting the best out of striker Harry Limb – the King’s Lynn Town boss discussed the teenager’s situation with CHRIS LAKEY
Dereham Town chairman Neil Sturman insisted the club had acted in good faith when they fielded the ineligible Dylan Edge in two games earlier this season.
King’s Lynn Town dropped the first points under manager Ian Culverhouse this season when the were held by the bottom side in the division.
Ian Culverhouse doesn’t do dramas – and he certainly isn’t into Tales of the Unexpected.
It’s been a tough season for Thetford Town boss Danny White but he hopes there could be a silver lining in the Norfolk Senior Cup. Mark Armstrong reports
Ian Culverhouse returns to The Walks on Saturday, when the fanfare of his stunning return as King’s Lynn Town manager will finally begin to fade away.
Paul Bastock has been there, seen that, got the T-shirt - but admits life as assistant manager of King’s Lynn Town is a whole new adventure.
King’s Lynn Town take on high-flying Kettering in the League Cup this evening as the Linnets look to build some momentum under returning boss Ian Culverhouse.
Ian Culverhouse declared it was “great to be back” as he kicked off his second tenure as King’s Lynn Town boss with victory in deepest Worcestershire on Saturday.
Ian Culverhouse has made a sensational return to King’s Lynn Town.
King’s Lynn Town’s FA Trophy hopes were left in tatters after a Halloween nightmare.
King’s Lynn Town will travel to Stalybridge Celtic in the second qualifying round of the FA Trophy next month if they can finish the job off against Buxton on Wednesday evening.
King’s Lynn Town will be looking to maintain their unbeaten away record under their joint management team when their attention turns to FA Trophy duties.
Rory McAuley’s last-gasp equaliser earned King’s Lynn Town a deserved share of the spoils at The Walks.
Producing a good performance at The Walks is important for King’s Lynn Town this afternoon, ahead of three successive away games.
Former King’s Lynn Town boss Ian Culverhouse has quit as Grantham Town manager, citing ‘personal reasons’.
Experienced King’s Lynn Town midfielder Ryan Jarvis insisted that the Linnets can still be in the mix at the end of the season following a frustrating afternoon at The Walks.
Lowestoft Town expect to be without Josh Curry for over a month after the defender fractured his foot in the win over St Neots.
The big tie of the Norfolk Senior Cup third round has teed up a trip to Thurlow Nunn Premier Division rivals Wroxham for Norwich United.
King’s Lynn Town will be looking to mark Non League Day with a win when the search for points takes centre stage at The Walks.
King’s Lynn Town’s mini-revolution has gathered pace after four players were allowed to leave.
King’s Lynn Town have added to their striking options by signing former FA Cup quarter-finalist Adam Marriott from Boston United.
Joint King’s Lynn Town manager Rob Back was left to rue a series of missed chances as interest in the FA Cup came to an end.
Norwich City legend Grant Holt is back in football.
Higher level opposition stand between King’s Lynn Town and the final qualifying round of the FA Cup at The Walks today.
New King’s Lynn Town signing Chris Henderson wants to lead the club’s play-off charge following his arrival from Leiston.
King’s Lynn Town secured their first home league win of the season with a competent victory over Banbury.
Robbie Back and Neil Fryatt are to continue in their roles as joint managers of King’s Lynn Town.
King’s Lynn Town will face Ashton United at home in the FA Cup third qualifying round.
Joint King’s Lynn Town caretaker boss Rob Back kept his promise to return the smiles to the faces of the clubs supporters as the Linnets eased into Monday’s FA Cup third qualifying round draw.
Neil Fryatt and Robbie Back will be in the managerial hot-seats again on Saturday when King’s Lynn Town aim to put some smiles back on the faces of their home supporters.
Great Yarmouth Town picked up a useful FA Vase second qualifying round victory with a 3-1 home success over Thetford Town.
Harry Limb was hailed as King’s Lynn Town’s not-so-secret weapon ahead of the new league season – and after misfiring in the early stages of the campaign the youngster is finally off and running.
Winning 7-0 in their first match will not change the approach of caretaker managers Robbie Back and Neil Fryatt at King’s Lynn Town.
Joint caretaker manager Robbie Back has dedicated King’s Lynn Town’s resurgent 7-0 thrashing of Histon to chairman Stephen Cleeve.
What a difference a change in manager can make!
King’s Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve has had his say why he decided to sack Simon Clark as manager.
Popular culture doesn’t really appeal to me anymore and neither should it.
King’s Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve has confirmed he plans to speak to Ronnie Moore about the vacant manager’s job at The Walks.
King’s Lynn Town boss Simon Clark doesn’t expect the pressure on him to ease until he manages to halt his side’s recent poor form.
Life’s tough for King’s Lynn Town boss Simon Clark at the moment - and the fact he has a day off from the rigours of the league this weekend makes it no less difficult.
King’s Lynn Town boss Simon Clark admits he must shoulder the responsibility as the Linnets’ miserable run continued with defeat to Stourbridge on Saturday.
Complacency will be Lowestoft Town’s biggest challenge following their impressive start to the season, according to manager Jamie Godbold.
Ben Fowkes’ smart finish earned the bragging rights for Lowestoft Town as King’s Lynn Town’s miserable start to the season continued.
Michael Clunan’s first-half strike was enough to secure Simon Clark’s King’s Lynn Town their first points of the season.
Simon Clark knew the fixture compiler hadn’t been kind to King’s Lynn Town – but isn’t using it as an excuse for a difficult start to the new campaign.
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