It’s that time of year again. No, not when I write my now seemingly annual article (sorry, I’ll try and get back to it!), but rather the time when clubs anxiously await their fate as to which division they’ll be competing in the following season. Why, though, does it always come to this? Read the rest of this entry
Tonight sees some big games involving teams at both ends of the Vanarama National League. Read the rest of this entry
Whilst there’s little of the heady drama of Saturday’s last-gasp 2-1 victory at Macclesfield Town, it seems Chester F.C. will hold on for a hard-fought if slightly fortuitous three points. Guiseley, backed by a small but vocal away support are pressing, but cannot seem to force the ball over the line. Then, the latest in a succession of sloppy mistakes appears within the Chester defence. Liam Boyes is left unmarked to gobble up a rebound from inside the six yard box, and calmly slots home to level it. But it isn’t over yet… 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!
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Dave Burin looks back at Eastleigh’s first season in nonleague’s top division. 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