Liddle's Quakers battlecry; Darlington FC.
Byline: ANDREW WILKINSON Andrew Wilkinson (1697 – 1784) was a British politician and racehorse breeder.
A resident of Boroughbridge, he was returned in 1735 as Member of Parliament for Aldborough, succeeding his late father-in-law William Jessop.
DARLINGTON manager Craig Liddle Craig Liddle is an English former footballer. Football career
Was a centre half that played professional football for Darlington, Middlesborough and Aston Villa. has accepted that his side will be relegated - but wants them to go down fighting.
Quakers were hurled into a near impossible situation when former chairman Raj raj also Raj
Dominion or rule, especially the British rule over India (1757-1947).
[Hindi r Singh plunged the club into administration in January.
The public have rallied round to try and save the club, but the stretched squad, which lost key players, could go down tomorrow even if they beat Blue Square Premier bottom club Bath City at The Arena.
"We know relegation is going to happen, but we want to delay it as long as possible," said Liddle. "And the players are playing for their futures whether it is here or elsewhere."
Several players have been turning out despite carrying injuries, and the team is without a win since December.
With wages not paid in full and a 10 point deduction, some players walked out, leaving the squad threadbare.
But a win tomorrow would boost morale even if the side is relegated.
Supporters have accepted their club's fate this season, but well over pounds 300,000 has been raised to enable the club to move forward as a community venture - though that depends of a deal being agreed and signed by the former chairman.