It’s good fun, a great way of raising funds for the club and if you want to join in you still can either via the Pledge Page on this website, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or from the club office.
9 July 2017
Another great year for the Silk Pledge!
We have had another great year for the Silk Pledge, raising £1903.70. At a time when many people are feeling the financial pinch I think that is an excellent achievement and a testament to the generosity of our pledgers. A massive thank you to all our pledgers not only for your generosity but for also for paying so quickly. Also, a huge thank you to John Abbott who, while most fans are either celebrating or drowning their sorrows on a Saturday night, is analysing the stats and working out the who’s, hows and how manys for the goals scored and points obtained. A tremendous effort all round.
28 March 2017 (pre York Fixture)
It’s been a few days of real highs and lows. The joys of supporting the Silkmen! After the euphoria of Prenton Park and the great performance at Chester (with Andy Halls' first ever goal for the Blues), once again on Saturday our league home form was a huge disappointment.
That said the pledge stands at a healthy £1531.65 after the Aldershot game and with 11 games to go, including our exciting trip to Wembley , we can still hit our £2000 target. Thanks as ever for the continued support.
24 Jan 2017
After the very disappointing performance and result against Guiseley , the pledge stands at £1066.95. Let’s hope we can get back on track at North Ferriby on Saturday and really make a move towards those playoffs.
We have had a few pledge changes following the departures of Jack Mackreth, Paul Lewis and Jack Sampson and the new loan arrivals. If anyone else wants to change please let me know.
As well as keeping track of Alty’s dire results, I will now have to keep a close eye on Chorley’s games. A couple of pledgers want to keep faith in Jack Sampson in his loan period over there. You never know the move may just give him the confidence he needs.
16 October 2016
After Saturday’s great FA cup result at North Ferriby, the pledge stands at a healthy £583.75. We are just marginally down on where we were after 16 games last year. As you know, we raised just over £2000 last season and let’s hope we can reach that total again or even beat it. Thanks so much for everyone who has participated in the pledge so far – your support is fantastic and much appreciated. It’s been interesting so far. Who would have thought that Danny Whit would have been top scorer at this stage? Only one headed goal and no penalty saves ( lucky for me!) . And ‘sadly’ 8 defeats so far for Alty!
24 August 2016
After a good couple of results, the loss at Sutton was very disappointing in every respect. The only positive for the pledge last Saturday was Alty’s defeat! The total after five games now stands at £137.50. Let’s hope we can maintain our good home form today against our old friends from Lincoln and move back up the table. The Imps have a similar record to us so far and no doubt it will be a tight game.
It would be great if we could get a few more pledgers. So why not give it go or, if you already have, spread the word to your friends.
Come on you Blues
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