Last weekend, we saw a match abandoned with seven minutes remaining due to an injury sustained by the referee. This sparked a debate between the two clubs as to why the game wasn’t completed. In case you’re unaware, the match in question was Colwyn Bay v Altrincham in the FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round. With […]
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October 24, 2013
Two clubs have caught my eye recently. One of them seems destined not to lose, while the other is dreaming of a draw, never mind a win!
October 12, 2013
So, it’s finally happened. The fans have been put out of their misery. Hinckley United no longer exist after they were wound up in the courts with debts of around two hundred thousand pounds. The sad but inevitable end for The Knitters came after the recent attempts to enter administration failed, leaving the judge with […]
March 16, 2013
Adam Dennehey writes about a huge change in his personal life, and how it will impact on his passion for football.
March 7, 2013
As we finally emerge from the depths of winter, many clubs are left counting the cost of the freezing temperatures. Lost income from postponements cannot be underestimated, as the bills still have to be paid, whether money is coming in or not. And of course, those games have to be rearranged, leading to some clubs […]
January 28, 2013
Will the introduction of a new generation of artificial pitches save our lower and non-league clubs, or are they a non starter?
January 23, 2013
Adam Dennehey looks at the problem that everyone involved in football has to contend with – the weather!
January 17, 2013
Redbridge fan and regular guest blogger, Adam Dennehey, looks at a possible career path that would take him out of the stands and onto the training pitch.
January 16, 2013
Around twenty years ago when I first started attending games at my home club I chose the London Road terrace as my place to stand and observe the match that was taking place before me. The terrace was usually scarcely occupied and those who were in attendance around me were mostly wizened old men or […]