On this day

This one might spook you. Chester City defeated AFC Wimbledon 3-1 on October 31, 2009.

It would be the last time they would win at home before the club folded three months later.

Watched by a crowd of 1,666, strikes from Nick Chadwick, George Blundell and an own goal sealed the points for the Blues.

Chester City v AFC Wimbledon. Clark Keltie closes down Ricky Wellard

Football Manager

Speaking of AFC Wimbledon, they are still sponsored by the Football Manager video game series.

The latest installment of the addictive simulator is released on November 4.

Ahead of the big day, we have managed to get a sneak peak at how the Chester FC players rate this year.

Ryan Lloyd looks pleased as punch with his ratings. Although he might need a positional tweak.

Take a look at the full story below.

"I'll be there for Hugh"

Jon McCarthy has again been batting back questions about Sam Hughes.

A series of excellent performances by the 19-year-old seem to have alerted the scouts.

Said the Blues boss: "He had probably his best game for us at right back. I think that was the best I have seen him this season.

"I'll be there for Sam Hughes as soon as one of you lot (the media) have a go at him or the fans do."

Sam Hughes speaks to the press

Weekend reaction

Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley has been raving out his star striker Matt Rhead after their victory over Chester on Saturday.

Rhead scored twice in the game to take his tally for the season to nine goals.

Chester FC were unable to handle 'phenomenal' Matt Rhead

We also saw your social media reaction to the loss.

Despite the defeat the overall the mood among the fan base was fairly upbeat.

'That's the first time I've enjoyed a 5-2 defeat': Chester FC fans react to Lincoln loss

And finally...

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton saves a header from Manchester United's Jesse Lingard (obscured) during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, Manchester. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

Chester-born Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton hit the headlines for his sensational effort in keeping out Jose Mourinho's Manchester United.

The England man must have enjoyed keeping a clean sheet against his former club.

His display drew praise from pundits including the legendary Peter Schmeichel.

Peter Schmeichel hails Tom Heaton after Manchester United goalkeeping masterclass