But during the last round of the FA Cup, he netted one of the most important goals of his career as he put Salford up in their stunning win over Notts County. He will now line up again for the Ammies on Friday night, as they bid to repeat the achievement and topple Hartlepool United. He continued: "I did have to think about it, but I got to the point where I had nothing to prove in the Football League.
My best years were behind me, but on top of that I did still have a competitive nature. He said: "You are talking Champions League football right down to the seventh and eighth tier of English football, which is a hell of a gap. I tend to look at it as a game of football, the same as when I played in my school team when I was years-old and the same as when I am playing football at years-old. Instead of just getting to 35 or whatever age it may be and just retire, I could transition into other things and put more things in my life in place for future.
Webber has turned his hand to the sometimes-murky world of being a football agent - a path he never expected his career to take. The striker is now heading up the north for an agency that is in charge of over 60 footballers, from fully-fledged internationals right down to the foot of the pyramid.
He believes that his experience, from the top to the bottom of the game, can help others succeed. I need to talk to people and make relationships within football clubs and further relationships with players, managers, chairman and scouts. With my portfolio of experience I think I can help players make better choices more often than not. Webber looks back at his career as a professional footballer with great fondness, but it does still irk him that a series of nasty injuries hampered his time on the pitch.
He has got a FA Cup runners-up medal with Portsmouth to his name, although he did not play in the game, again through a serious ligament injury. Webber said: "I do think that - and this is only personal opinion - that if I had not had those injuries then I would have had a better career and would have fulfilled more of my potential. Webber will hope no such injury ill-fate will play a part on Friday night, as Salford look to further enhance their reputation as non-league's latest juggernaut.
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They are tiring quick now, Salford. What a goal by Salford!!!! Allen sells 3 Notts County defenders for a hotdog, neat and fires bottom corner! Great goal! Notts just can't get into this game. Credit to Salford's tactics and spirit. County in corners down the right but both are pretty comfortably defended. On the Tannoy the announcer notes that someone has lost their mobile phone that can be collected at the bar. Thought I'd better pass that on. Aborah goes dancing through the Salford box as the defenders hold back in fear of giving away a penalty by tripping the fleet-footed midfielder.
He hooks his shot off a defender out for a corner. Carroll shows Lynch how it's done, racing out to stop the throughball to Poole who leaves his studs implanted in the keeper's shin when he arrives too late to the challenge. Howson saves Salford when his keeper, Jay Lynch, tries to do a Manuel Neuer and comes out of his area to pick off the long pass up to Campbell.
He's utterly beaten ad Campbell rolls it to wards the empty net but Howson comes racing back to hook it awat thre inches before the line. Webber exposes Notts' pushing on for the equaliser with Poole finding Webber running through the inside-right channel. He hits it first time and Carroll saves by diving forward to gather. It'll be from now on presumably. Sheehan moves out of defence having intecepted Hulme's cross and wins a throw in 10 yards inside Salford's half.
They take the throw and shift it to Noble at the edge of the Salford area but heis overhwelmed by Lynch and Dawson who clear it so rapidly that Notts have to scamper back to stop Stopforth getting round the defence on the right. Audel makes the vital tackle. Fine movement from Jordan Hume to spin away from Hewitt on the right, then takes the ball in his stride, powers towards the box from outside-right to inside-right then curls a shot on to the angle of post and bar as he falls to the ground.
Notts need their skills coach manager to give them some fight here. They're playing terribly. Anxious and wide open at times. O'Halloran takes a long throw up the left a minute after Hulme is strong-armed off the ball by Audel in the box. The crowd shouts for a penalty, but nothing doing. The BBC's bias is getting quite nauseating now. There are in tonight, and each one of the Salford lot among them 'oohs' when Webber shields the ball with his back to goal 25 yards out and turns to curl a shot high and wide of the right post.
Jenas now apologises for his mispronunciation. He's obviously read his Twitter feed and the searing denunciations of him. The chants of 'Wemberlee' ripple tamely around the ground. Notts are still trying to take the sting out of the game by holding on to the ball and spraying it around but they need it to stick to McLeod and Stead more to bring De Silva and Aborah into it.
McLeod goes waltzing towards the box from the left, shifting the ball from right to left then dipping his shoulder as if to charge past Howson who calmoly watches the ball, refuses the invitation to buy the dummy, and whips the ball away from the Notts' centre-forward.
Excellent work. Burton is yellow-carded for a sliding tackle on Liam Noble that wasn't a foul. Noble takes it from 25 yards, to the left of centre and wellies it straight into the wall. Poole makes Messrs Butt and Neville G in the stands put their hands on their heads when Poole has a good opportunity but screws his shot wide.
Webber is having a good game with his movement down the left, from in to out, keeping Hewitt on his toes. Lynch, the captain, again puts in a crunching tackle. We hear his backstory again from the commentator - a gas-fitter by trade on permanent nights. It's the magic of the FA Cup, "long shadows on cricket grounds, warm beer, invincible green suburbs, dog lovers and pools fillers". Chris Lynch goes right through De Silva when they go up for a header but the referee again lets it go.
Slick pass from Webber from left to right puts Hardcastle. He's ahead of Audel but Sheehan, who is playing as the left-sided centre-back, races over o stp him cutting in towards the middle so he has to shoot from a tight angle and spanks it straight past the post. He couldn't get it round the defender.
Man Utd hardly play with 1 there! He's definitely been told. Scott Burton has just whacked a 30 yard shot out of the ground and heading for the Irwell. Smith goes into a crunching tackle in midfield, the type when he was the apple of Elland Road's eye at 19 that would have earned him a red card for 'petulance'. Amazing what a few years and long hair can do for your image. I think Jermaine Jenas might have been told - there was one correct pronunciation there.
McLeod goes over 30 yards out and give sthe referee the eye, claiming a shirt pull but the ref is an indulgent, let-the-game-flow type and ignores him. Salford go off up the left through the spritely Webber and win a corner that comes to naught. Salford free-kick in their own half which Hardcastle hoofs to the edge of the box for Howson who mistimes his jump and only glances it on harmlessly.
Unbelievable scenes as everyone notices that Salford have brought in 2 more people to work at the kiosk since the documentary was made. Webber goes speeding forward after Dawson's tackle wins back possession but he, too, is tackled fairly but heavily by Audel. I don't know why Notts are playing Their midfield isn't in the game yet. Audel goes bombing up the left and whips in a crisp, spinning cross that Stead sprints to meet at the back stick but Howson gets there a second before the striker can and knocks it away.
Salford move quickly up the left, play the long diagonal over for Hulme who scuffs a low shot straight at Carroll. This success was followed further in with promotion to the English Football League EFL after winning the National League play-off final, this time under the stewardship of Graham Alexander.
Salford have played their home games at Moor Lane since , which underwent a major transformation between and The club have primarily worn tangerine shirts and black shorts throughout their recorded history, before switching to red shirts and white shorts following the takeover. The club's nickname, 'The Ammies', stems from the club name used from the early s to the early s, Salford Amateurs. The club was founded in as Salford Central Mission , named after a Salford church of the same name where the club was founded.
The club competed in local leagues until , when they were promoted to the Manchester Football League and changed the club name to Salford Amateurs. The club changed their name once more, dropping the Amateurs moniker to become known simply as Salford , and moved into their current home Moor Lane in Salford started off in the second division of the NWCFL, and were promoted to the first division in despite finishing 18th, due to a reshuffling of the pyramid.
The club would adopt its current name of Salford City in and, the following season, they returned to the final of the Manchester Premier Cup, losing to Curzon Ashton. Later in , they entered the FA Cup for the first time to mark the clubs 50th anniversary, losing 3—0 to Warrington Town. Salford would later be relegated out of Division One into Division Two at the end of the —91 season, though a league restructuring saw them immediately promoted the following season.
The —02 saw Salford narrowly miss out on major success; despite amassing 97 points, they missed out on promotion to Prescot Cables on goal difference , and also made another appearance in the final of the Manchester Premier Cup in , but lost 3—1 to Ashton United at Boundary Park. Manager Andy Brown resigned in March of the next season , with their title challenge collapsing following a post-Christmas run of one win in 10, culminating in a 4—0 defeat to Skelmersdale United.
In the —04 season, with the team 16 points behind Mossley despite being again considered amongst the favourites for the league, the club sacked Chris Wilcock and replaced him with former player Mark Molyneaux. In January , Salford pulled off a coup by signing former Manchester United starlet Ben Thornley , with the hopes of boosting matchday attendance. In June, local businessman and former Salford player Darren Quick became the new Salford chairman, taking over from Ged Carter,  and was being quoted as saying that he was targeting Conference football within six years, while promising Fellows a bigger budget to help the club fulfil their potential.
United of Manchester at The Willows , home of rugby league side Salford City Reds ; Salford won the game 2—1 in front of a crowd of 4,,  leaving Fellows to be confident of a title challenge. In the —08 season, Salford were again amongst the favourites for promotion, and began their campaign with back-to-back 2—1 victories against Formby and Winsford United. The club suffered a difficult start in the NPL, losing six of their first seven matches, including shipping four goals in three consecutive games to Clitheroe , Mossley , and Bamber Bridge.
After only two months and with results still not improving, Berry was sacked, with chairman Darren Quick citing the club's desperation to not be relegated after only one season in the division. A second win of the season finally came in March, when new signing Steve Foster scored all five goals in a 5—3 away win at Lancaster City. This was followed three days later by Salford's worst ever defeat, an 8—1 shellacking from Wakefield , a game where Salford went into the break level before conceding seven second-half goals.
Survival was secured on the final day of the season with a 5—2 win away at Garforth Town. The —10 season saw strong performances in the FA Cup and the FA Trophy , with the club reaching the third qualification stage of both competitions, eventually losing in extra time to Blyth Spartans in the FA Cup in October,  before succumbing to a last minute defeat to King's Lynn.
Salford started the —11 season in similar form to the end of the previous; a last minute equaliser earned a 2—2 draw with Trafford which was followed with a 2—1 away to Prescot Cables , meaning they sat in eighth place, their highest league position since promotion two years earlier. The club began well in —12 , with hopes of a playoff push, but a poor run of form at the start of , combined with the frequent departure of the club's top players, resulted in a mid-table finish. After the final home game of the season, Giggs announced he was resigning from the post with immediate effect,  with club captain Darren Hockenhull taking over the final two games against AFC Fylde and Ossett Albion.
In May , the club appointed ex-professional Darren Sheridan as the new manager. The club appointed Andy Heald as caretaker manager,  before announcing his appointment on a full-time basis a month later. Despite a rousing late comeback to level the score at 2—2, Mossley eventually triumphed 4—2 in the resulting penalty shoot-out. Ahead of the —14 campaign , the club experienced several major changes; club legend Barry Massay and Phil Power were appointed as joint managers, Salford based businesswoman Karen Baird took over as chairman from the long-serving Quick, and the first team squad now had a "Salford core", having retained only three players from the previous season.
With the proposed takeover of the club completed, the new ownership team were present at pre-season training in July , at which Giggs suggested the consortium had ambitious aims for the non-league club, with a target of Championship level football within 15 years. Prior to the start of the —15 season, the club announced a showcase match against a "Class of '92 XI" featuring all five of the new owners  which Salford City went on to win 5—1.
Despite the promising start, a dip in form during December resulted in only four wins from the following 11 matches, which saw the team fall behind Darlington at the top of the league. As a result, Power was sacked in January after 18 months in the role. The new managerial team went on to win 15 of the remaining 17 matches of the season, a feat which saw them regain their place at the top of the table.
With Darlington failing to win their penultimate match of the season, Salford were crowned champions, guaranteeing promotion to the NPL Premier Division. Johnson and Morley's first full season at the club began with a 0—0 home draw with Marine. In January, Salford beat Barwell 7—0 to move second in the table. Ashton United were defeated 3—1 in the semi-final at Moor Lane, which was followed up four days later with a 3—2 win over Workington at the same venue in front of nearly 2, spectators.
The Ammies' scored twice in the final eleven minutes to claim their place in the National League North for the —17 season, the highest level the club had ever reached in their year history. Johnson and Morley celebrated their th game in charge on 19th November, with Salford picking up a 3—0 win against Worcester City.
In March , Johnson and Morley both signed two-year full-time contracts, starting from 1 April. Salford appointed Chris Casper , who was part of the Class of '92 , as the club's sporting director in charge of Academy On 5 August, Salford-born Liam Hogan was announced as the new club captain. Ahead of the season, Salford were regarded as favourites to take the one automatic promotion place,  but faced criticism for their spending and were accused of trying to "steal" a place in the Football League.
Three days later, man Salford conceded a 94th minute goal in a 3—2 away loss to Barrow. They quickly closed the gap on leaders Leyton Orient, winning 3—0 in the reverse fixture at Brisbane Road on 5 January. Salford would go on a 10 match unbeaten run, including a late comeback to beat Bromley 2—1,  and an 88th minute winner against Boreham Wood to win 3—2. On 5 May , Salford reached the National League play-off Final after overcoming Eastleigh in a penalty shootout after a 1—1 draw, meaning they would play at Wembley Stadium for the first time in their history.
They began their first season in the league with a 2—0 win against Stevenage , with both goals coming from Dieseruvwe. Salford secured their first ever win in the League Cup in the first game of the following season , defeating Rotherham United on penalties after a 1—1 draw. On 4 November, the club announced that former Salford player Richie Wellens , who was the manager of —20 League Two champions Swindon Town , would be their new manager. Salford play their home games at Moor Lane , known as the Peninsula Stadium for sponsorship reasons, located in the Kersal area of Salford.
The stadium has a capacity of 5, The club has played their games at Moor Lane since In December , Salford City Council approved planning permission for the capacity of the ground to be increased from 2, to 5, In December, it was revealed Salford faced objections from hundreds of local residents, and the newly-formed Kersal Moor Residents' Association. On 19 October , the newly built ground was renamed Peninsula Stadium for sponsorship reasons, and was unveiled by the Class of '92' s former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson;  the renaming was part a five-year deal with a local entrepreneur Peter Done, who founded the law employment experts Peninsula in Salford.
The club's colours are red, white and black, which were originally used for the —82 season. Prior to the change in ownership in , the club played in tangerine and black, and had also previously worn tangerine and white. Many Salford supporters were unhappy with the change at the time, with the manager at the time, Phil Power, describing the issue as "delicate".
The club's logo also changed in , replacing a rampant lion with one described as "bolder, more forward-facing". In , Salford announced that the club's new main sponsors would be Manchester-based insurance brokers Champion Insurance. Since their promotion to the Football League, the club do not maintain any strong rivalries. However, a survey conducted in August suggested that supporters of the club consider near neighbours Oldham Athletic and Bolton Wanderers to be the club's main rivals.
The survey also revealed that smaller rivalries with Accrington Stanley , Macclesfield Town and Crewe Alexandra also exist. Fans of the club also maintain a dislike for East London -based Leyton Orient due to the race for the —19 National League title, which Orient eventually won. For many years, local businessman and former player Harold Brearley was in charge of Salford, helping take the club from local leagues into the semi-professional North West Counties League in , and was instrumental in moving the club to their current home of Moor Lane in In February , it was revealed by a local newspaper, the Salford Star , that as well as Gary Neville and Giggs, fellow former Manchester United players Nicky Butt , Phil Neville , and Paul Scholes , known collectively as the Class of '92 , were in talks with the club regarding "major investment".
Ahead of the clubs first ever FA Cup tie against Notts County in , Salford were featured in a BBC One two-part documentary series titled Class of Out of Their League , which showcased the first season under the ownership of the group following their takeover the previous year. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. National League 5th tier. National League North 6th tier. Northern Premier League Premier Division 7th tier.
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