Dave Burin looks back at Eastleigh’s first season in nonleague’s top division. Read the rest of this entry
Today saw the AGM of the Hellenic League – one of the leagues situated at Step 5 of nonleague – with some difficult decisions on the agenda. Read the rest of this entry
In another Under the League exclusive, Dave Burin heads to a windswept Liberty Way to chat with Nuneaton Town’s new boss, Kevin Wilson. Honest, warm and with a wonderful eye for detail, Kevin recollects his fascinating career on the field and in the dugout, which has taken him from Stamford Bridge to Bedford Town. Read the rest of this entry
National League side Macclesfield Town have hit the headlines by launching a slightly ambitious attempt to sign Liverpool’s want away forward Raheem Sterling! Read the rest of this entry
The announcement on Easter Monday regarding the rebrand of the Conference has left me uncertain – and somewhat concerned – about the future of the top three divisions of nonleague football. Read the rest of this entry
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Kevin Wilkin has been sacked by Wrexham FC following their FA Trophy final defeat to North Ferriby United. Read the rest of this entry
Dave Burin returns to write the latest in his excellent series of Matchday Adventures. This week, Dave found himself in Derbyshire, taking in the Vanarama Conference match between Alfreton Town and leaders Barnet. Read the rest of this entry
In disturbingly familiar fashion, Weston-super-Mare were denied late on, this time by Whitehawk at the Enclosed Ground on Saturday afternoon. Read the rest of this entry
After a two week break, yours truly returns to the podcast this week, and as ever there is plenty to discuss. There’s the Kingstonian goalkeeper Rob Tolfrey who jumped into the terraces to confront Bognor Regis Town fans after their match:
On a similar front, Torquay United defender Angus Macdonald has been fined and issued an apology after he engaged in a verbal spat with supporters during their 0-3 FA Trophy semi final second leg defeat against Wrexham.
Speaking of the Trophy, we give a lot of love to North Ferriby United, and try and even it out a bit by wishing Wrexham luck as they aim to celebrate their 150th anniversary by lifting non league’s most prestigious prize.
After all that, there is still time for me to usurp Ranty Robo (although he does get in on the act), when we cover the situation at Kidderminster Harriers.
There’s also the goalkeeper who has retired at the grand old age of twenty to become a car salesman, the Northern Premier League’s club of the month awards, and hattrick watch. And there’s an exciting announcement about next week’s show.
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