York City fell to their seventh consecutive away defeat on Saturday afternoon as they were defeated by Hartlepool United.
Nathan Thomas and Michael Woods scored the goals for Pools while Kyle Cameron’s first Football League goal proved to be little consolation for The Minstermen who had Dave Winfield sent off.
The result leaves York City 11 points adrift of safety with four matches remaining and after the match City fans took to Twitter to express their views.
— Tom Hebblethwaite (@THebblethwaite) April 16, 2016
#ycfc York may be going down but we need to come back even stronger than ever and try to stay up longer than 3 seasons
— david.wilson (@davidwilson1993) April 16, 2016
We'll do a Cheltenham and come straight back up? Sadly, there's no chance #ycfc
— Col Matthews (@colmyork) April 16, 2016
Despite being able to change, 14.3% is good enough for #ycfc apparently so I'll only go to 6.5 games next season in the name of fairness.
— Tom Outing (@tommyouting) April 16, 2016
— steve the yorkist (@steveyorkist) April 16, 2016
Jackie McNamara has to go down as one of the worst football managers of all time. Two in one season #ycfc
— Ryan Debnam (@RyanDebnam) April 16, 2016
— Luke Beddows (@lukebeddows) April 16, 2016
— Paul Shanks (@paulshanks1974) April 16, 2016
York City’s relegation from League 2 will be confirmed on Tuesday evening should they fail to beat Portsmouth at Bootham Crescent or if Newport County beat Oxford United at Rodney Parade.