The Shrimpers played their final game in the EFL this afternoon as they played host to play-off searching Newport County at Roots Hall.
Phil Brown made two changes to the side that won at home to Leyton Orient last weekend with both Timothee Dieng and Nathan Ferguson being replaced by Shaun Hobson and Greg Halford having picked up knocks last weekend.
On a day in which relegation to the National League could be confirmed for the first time in the club’s history, manager Phil Brown made four changes to the side that tasted defeat on Tuesday night in the Essex derby.
A letter to Ron Martin, the players and management staff of Southend United over the past few seasons
Ron Martin, the players (bar the odd few), management staff of the past few seasons you are an absolute disgrace to the club that many of us and our family members over the years have supported through thick and thin, ups and downs.
Phil Brown made three changes to the side that drew with Crawley Town last weekend at Roots Hall, Louise Walsh came into the starting 11 and both Simeon Akinola and John White made returns from injury.
A Southend United side now managed by former Shrimpers manager Phil Brown held out for a 0-0 draw with Crawley Town at Roots Hall this afternoon.
The National League is calling out for the Shrimpers even more so after a 1-1 draw away at Morecambe this evening.
SOUTHEND made two changes to the side that took all three points away at Harrogate Town last Saturday afternoon. James Olayinka and John White both missed out through injury.
MARK Molesley made four changes to the side that drew 0-0 with Walsall on Tuesday night with James Olayinka making a return to the starting 11.
A lacklustre Southend United side failed to grab all three points once again at Roots Hall as they played out a dismal 0-0 draw with Walsall at Roots Hall.
Mark Molesley made one change to the side that drew at home to Stevenage last weekend with the returning Mark Oxley reclaiming his position as the Number 1 at Roots Hall with on-loan goalkeeper James Montgomery returning to his parent club following the end of his emergency loan deal.
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IN What is a big game for Southend United and the survival of the club in the football league, Mark Molesley made four changes to the squad that crumbled on Tuesday against Tranmere Rovers.
SOUTHEND fell to yet another defeat this evening this time against high flying Tranmere Rovers at Roots Hall.
MARK Molesley made four changes to the side that lost via a penalty on Tuesday night away at top of the table Cheltenham Town, Nathan Ferguson and Kyle Taylor both were recalled to the midfield whilst Reeco Hackett-Fairchild and Simeon Akinola also returned to the starting 11.
MARK Molesley made a total of 6 changes to the side that gained a point at home to Salford City this past weekend. Ricky Holmes made his first start for the Essex-based side, new on-loan goalkeeper James Montgomery took his place between the sticks over youngster Harry Seaden amongst other changes.
SOUTHEND manager Mark Molesley named one change for the visit of Salford City with an injured Mark Oxley being replaced in goal by Portsmouth youngster Alex Bass coming into the starting 11 having joined the club on an initial 7-day emergency loan deal.