Unite MK are proud to announce our management line up for season 2017-18:
Manager – Mark Robinson
Assistant Manager – Karl Ainsley
Coach – Bob Hewer
Assistant Coach – Steve Winchester
Physio – Marc Kaiser
Ben Dickens struck a double while Levente Keleman was also on target as Unite Mk defeated Clean Slate 3-0 at Manor Fields yesterday.
Unite MK has named Mark Robinson as their new manager.
In a Club Statement, Robinson has been appointed to replace the outgoing Paul Fisher, who stood down.
Unite MK FC would like to announce that Mark Robinson will be the manager as from end of the season, many at the club have worked with, or know Mark very well and the committee decided unanimously that he was the right man for the job.
UniteMK would like to thank all those that contacted the club regarding the position.
UNITE MK FC – Club statement
It is with regret that Unite MK have to advise that Paul Fisher has left his position as manager with immediate effect.
Paul has work commitments that meant he couldn’t commit to managing the side as much as he would have liked.
Everyone at the club wishes Paul well for the future, He’s been well respected, well liked and a great servant for the club(s) since he joined.
Ben Dickens double helped give Unite MK a 3-1 victory over Tring Corinthians in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 2 at the weekend.
Dickens struck in the 77th and 90th minute with Unite’s other effort being an own goal.
Sports Shots has talked to Unite MK skipper Karl Ainsley as his side prepare to welcome Tring Corinthians to the Irish Centre, Manor Fields tomorrow (Saturday).
Coming into this weekend we are missing a few players but we have some good players also returning, and look to get back to playing football and back to winning ways after last week’s game.
We have had a tough run of fixtures recently and this is a massive fixture for us Saturday against a good Tring team. It will be an interesting game.
We just want the lads to enjoy themselves and play some good football, with the season finishing soon we want to end it on a high with a few more victories.
Ben Dickens struck a hat-trick as Unite MK defeated Amersham Town 5-3 at Manor Fields this afternoon.
Karl Ainsley gave Unite MK a third minute lead before Dickens netted his first in the 12th minute.
Dickens made it three with his second on 34 minutes before completing his hat-trick three minutes after the break. The striker has now netted 19 goals this campaign.
Despite Amersham’s efforts, Stephane Zady scored in the 89th minute to wrap up three points as Unite MK recorded their third straight victory.
Jakub Tomsik scored the only goal of the game as Unite MK beat New Bradwell St Peter in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 2 tonight.
There is a Milton Keynes local derby at Manor Fields this evening as Unite MK play host to New Bradwell St Peter.
Unite MK put up a creditable display but went down to Spartan South Midlands League, Division 2 leaders Totternhoe 1-4 at Manor Fields on Saturday.
Stephane Zady gave Unite a 12th minute lead as they enjoyed an excellent first half display; visiting manager Chris Robson tweeted how the home side’s efforts rattled his team.
Saajan Sehajpal saw red for Unite MK in the 43rd minute after Totternhoe had come from behind to go ahead; Daniel Lambeth (26) and Wayne O’Connor (41).
Lambeth added his second on 59 minutes before Andy Cleere (66) wrapped the points.