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Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmakers step up search for new boss as job deadline looms

AIRBUS UK Broughton are looking for someone with the ‘whole package’ to replace Craig Harrison as director of football at the Airfield.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Craig Harrison leaves the Airfield to take up post at TNS

CRAIG Harrison has left Airbus UK Broughton to become director of football at Welsh Premier rivals The New Saints.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Crunch showdown with Bala Town picked for live TV broadcast

THE live television cameras will descend on the Airfield next week as Airbus UK Broughton make a final bid to claim a top-six place.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Gareth Owen backs players to achieve top-six goal

GARETH Owen is confident his Airbus UK Broughton players can still snatch the sixth Welsh Premier League spot from rivals Prestatyn Town.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmakers draw Afan Lido away in Welsh Cup after dramatic Wrexham win

AIRBUS UK Broughton’s reward for their dramatic 2-1 Welsh Cup victory over Wrexham on Saturday is a fourth round trip to league rivals Afan Lido in the only all-Welsh Premier tie to come out of the hat.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmen ready for Racecourse test in Welsh Cup

WREXHAM’S star names will be missing but Airbus UK Broughton are still determined to savour every minute of their Welsh Cup clash at the Racecourse this Saturday.Read

Welsh Cup: Wrexham facing two games on same day as Airbus UK Broughton refuse to budge

AIRBUS UK Broughton have forced Wrexham into the possibility of playing two games in one day after refusing to change the date of their Welsh Cup clash.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Top six place inches closer as Wingmakers prepare for Afan Lido

AIRBUS have the chance to close the gap on the all-important top six when struggling Afan Lido visit the Airfield on Sunday (2.30pm).Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Head coach Gareth Owen thrilled with dream Welsh Cup tie at former club Wrexham

AIRBUS UK Broughton’s head coach Gareth Owen has hailed his side’s Welsh Cup tie against Wrexham as a dream come true.Read

Airbus UK Broughton: Wingmakers slip to ninth consecutive winless game after Carmarthen Town loss

AIRBUS UK Broughton’s poor start to the season has seen them slump to the bottom of the Welsh Premier .Read

Airbus UK Broughton: TNS steal points with late controversy

MIKE Hayes grabbed Airbus’ first ever live televised goal against title favourites The New Saints, but the Wingmakers’ Sgorio hoodoo continued as they slumped to a controversial 2-1 defeat.Read


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