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Moore says goodbye to Brakes for a third time

Stefan Moore’s third spell at Leamington is at an end.

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Liam Canavan has been challenged to nail down a starting place this season by Paul Holleran.

Canavan given a final chance to prove himself at Leamington

Leamington manager Paul Holleran says the gauntlet has been well and truly laid down to midfielder Liam Canavan following a underwhelming first campaign at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium.

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James Mace has committed to Leamington for the 2018/19 campaign.

Pre-season takes shape as Holleran turns focus to August

Leamington boss Paul Holleran freely admits getting the pre-season schedule right is a difficult balancing act but says it is not something that unduly troubles him.

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Connor Taylor in action for Tamworth alongside Joe Clarke.

Perseverance pays off as Brakes finally land Taylor

Leamington boss Paul Holleran has finally got his man in Connor Taylor - at the third time of asking.

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Paul Holleran is staying at Leamington.

Holleran rules out AFC Telford switch

Paul Holleran has ruled himself out of the running for the AFC Telford manager’s role, saying he still has a job to do at Leamington, writes Paul Okey.

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High jinks from Paul Holleran and physio Pete Denton as Brakes prepare to welcome Salford City to the pitch with a guard of honour.

Staying in the National League is our greatest achievement, says Holleran

Paul Holleran says Leamington retaining their National League North status was a bigger achievement than when they finished 13th in 2013/14.

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Tony Breeden leads the plays on a lap of appreciation after Saturday's clash with Salford. Picture: Morris Troughton

Holleran critical of his side for a lack of application against Salford

Brakes boss Paul Holleran cut an agitated figure on the sidelines on Saturday and his frustration showed no sign of abating in midweek when speaking about the 4-0 defeat to Salford.

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Kurtis Revan is upended by Scott Burton in the second minute.

Champions show class as Brakes’ race is run

After the euphoria of York, there was something of an after the Lord Mayor’s show feel to this game as Leamington were put to the sword by the National League North champions, writes Paul Okey.

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Tony Breeden joins the celebrations after Matt Dodd's injury-time leveller at York. Picture: Sally Ellis

Brakes buzzing after sealing survival at York

Leamington manager Paul Holleran was delighted to see his side clinch National League North survival on their own terms despite admitting it was an outcome he could not envisage 24 hours earlier.

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Matt Dodd wheels away after scoring Brakes' late equaliser. Pictures: Sally Ellis

Delight as Leamington survival is confirmed

A roller-coaster afternoon ended with Leamington confirming National League North safety with a game to spare courtesy of a creditable draw at Bootham Crescent, writes Paul Edwards.

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Tony Breeden acknowledges the home fans after the final whistle.

Penalty double puts safety within reach for Leamington

Second-half penalties from Tony Breeden and Callum Gittings earned the three points which almost certainly mean another season of National League North football for Leamington, writes Paul Okey.

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Paul Holleran has seen his side slide towards the relegation zone.

Holleran demands a response against Chorley

Leamington boss Paul Holleran has demanded his side respond positively to the upturn in fortunes of their relegation rivals, writes Paul Okey.

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Jamie Hood was denied an injury-time equaliser Bradford by the officials. Picture: Sally Ellis

Holleran focusing all his energy on Brakes’ survival

With Leamington’s Conference North status still in the balance, boss Paul Holleran admits he has not given next season’s player recruitment “a second thought”.

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Joe Clarke is expected to return from injury for Brakes against FC United.

Home comforts bring respite from Leamington’s travel woes

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is banking on his side’s home form to steer them to calmer waters in the National League North, writes Paul Okey.

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Joe Magunda gets up to win a high ball fro Leamington. Pictures: Sally Ellis

Stockport proves a trip too far for Brakes

A second game in less than two days proved a bridge too far for Brakes as they were steamrolled by play-off-chasing Stockport at Edgeley Park, writes Paul Edwards.

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An injury to Connor Gudger contributed to Brakes' loss at Spennymoor.

Brakes are made to pay for failing to take their chances

Brakes were left to rue missed opportunities as they fell to an 80th-minute sucker punch at play-off chasing Spennymoor Town, writes Paul Edwards.

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Dan Udoh will spend a further month on loan at Leamington.

In-form Leamington confirm three deals ahead of Moors trip

Following on from a third successive 1-0 win, there was further good news for Leamington on the transfer front today.

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Brakes players show their appreciation to the fans at the final whistle.

Leamington distance themselves from drop

Leamington ground out a third successive 1-0 win to end Saturday as close to the play-offs as the relegation zone, writes Paul Okey.

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Tony Breeden acknowledges the fans after his clean sheet against Blyth.

Breeden believes Brakes have found their saviour in Udoh

Tony Breeden has picked up the headlines for his goalkeeping exploits as Leamington have distanced themselves from the drop zone with back-to-back wins.

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Paul Holleran is hoping he can enjoy the run-in with safety assured.

Holleran hoping for enjoyable end to the campaign

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is hoping his side can get the four wins he believes they need to secure their Conference North safety sooner rather than later so he can enjoy the end of the campaign.

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