Author Archives: James Bartaby
The latest episode of the podcast is now available to download. Read the rest of this entry
The latest Non League Podcast is now available for download. The season is back! Read the rest of this entry
Dave Burin has been busy for us once again, this time chatting to former Bristol Rovers, Port Vale and Oxford United winger Lewis Haldane. Read the rest of this entry
Meet the one club legend who is still adored more than eighty years after he stopped playing. Read the rest of this entry
Corby Town and Southall FC are forging potentially lucrative links with top European clubs. Read the rest of this entry
Southern League Division One South & West club Bashley have dismissed manager David Stride after just forty days in charge. Read the rest of this entry
With the new season drawing ever nearer, episode 75 of the Non League Podcast is now available to download.
There’s only one item on the agenda for the show: predictions. That’s right, Kristan, Rob and myself lay down our choices for who we think will win each of the twelve divisions from Steps one to four.
We would love to hear your thoughts on our predictions, aswell as hearing who you think will be top of the various piles in ten months time. Get involved by leaving a comment below, or get in touch with any of us and the show on Twitter (links below). Alternatively, email email@example.com.
We are looking forward to the coming season, it’s going to be an absolute cracker in every division!
To listen to the latest episode, just head over to the podcast’s website, where you can also download the show. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes. If that’s your preferred medium, please leave us a rating and review, as it helps us find new listeners.
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Farnham Park FC have finalised plans to embark on their pre-season campaign to prepare for their forthcoming and debut season in the Division One of the Aldershot & District League. Read the rest of this entry
A press release from one of non-league’s newest clubs. Read the rest of this entry
Dave Burin looks back at Eastleigh’s first season in nonleague’s top division. Read the rest of this entry