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Latest News - 25/08/2020

Return to Training

Peter Murphy and his staff return to training at Galabank tonight.

Since the suspension of football in the middle of March Annan Athletic have strictly adhered to the guidance from Scottish Government, SFA and SPFL and we are now focused on a return to football in October with our first game against Hamilton Academical on Tuesday the 6th.

I know we are all looking forward to getting involved in the new season and we at he club are working hard to make that happen. However, to protect the football staff and the facility there will be no access to supporters at training times and we ask that you respect that and do not attempt to gain entry while the training is ongoing.

We thank you your continued patience and support during these first steps to resume football.


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