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  1. Not really a move for 'footballing reasons', but I guess it fits with his social media ambitions.
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  2. Is the club celebrating this at all this season?
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  3. Next season. 1923, so will celebrate in the 2023/24 season.
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  4. It's common knowledge that you cannot play PSF in June.
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  5. Savagebee

    Spartans Youth FC

    Taken from Twitter. Spartans Youth FC would like to welcome former Tottenham Hotspur Manager KEITH BURKINSHAW to SPARTANS ADULTS FC in becoming our new club president. Keith was the last Englishman to win a European trophy for an English Club.
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  6. He stood down as Chair of Trustees, after 13 years hard work as a volunteer, taking the club from around 30 youth teams to 94 plus seniors, disability, and ladies sections. Raiders, - currently, 1,200 players including 250 girls, making it the largest girls youth football club in the country. I understand the ground share resulted from the demise of the BFC reserve team. It makes much more sense for a Berkhamsted Senior team that is actually made up of players from Berkhamsted to play in Berko rather than Kings Langley. Besides, the girls teams had already been playing at Broadwater on Saturday mornings. Perhaps, over the long term, we'll see an end to the male domination of non-league football? The UEFA Women's tournament this summer will hopefully change some of the "old school" perceptions and boost female involvement.
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  7. I think we both know it won't be ETFC who will miss the trips down the A10 the most. 😘
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  8. Bedfont & Feltham FC Gateman Jim Powell passed away on the 25th of May in Hillingdon Hospital from a heart attack. I also believe that he sometimes did the gate at British Airways FC home games as well and in the past he did the gate at Hanwell Town FC from time to time. Jim Powell was a proper non league football man and he was a member of this forum under the name Step 7 Jim. Jim will be sadly missed around the local grassroots football grounds especially in the West London area and North West London area. R.I.P. Jim Powell
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  9. Happy Birthday today (6 June) to one of the Forum's longest posters Winslow Boy, have a good day. Can you spot him in this team photo, at his spirituaI home EImfieIds Gate, from one of many Charity matches he has participated in aII over the Country helping to raise many thousands of pounds:
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