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  • Birthday 14/06/1959

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  1. An update including the new Club's Managers however Karen will no doubt delight in correcting me on some: SSML Premier Division Managers Arlesey Town - Chico Ramos Aylesbury Vale Dynamos - Phil Granville Baldock Town - Rob Bates Broadfields United - Liam Bird Cockfosters - Ryan Wade Crawley Green - Craig Bicknell & Craig Meyrick Dunstable Town - Gareth Jackson Flackwell Heath - Marcus Richardson Hadley - Anthony Clark Harefield United - Jason Shaw Harpenden Town - Mickey Nathan Holmer Green - Matt Stowell Leighton Town - Joe Sw
  2. Karen - Thanks, yes only eight Club's at Step 6 level will participate in the FA Cup, that's 'criminal' isn't it. As you say a draw will select eight Step 6 Leagues, each of whom will provide their highest ranked Club who were not selected by the FA for upward movement, what a farce, New Salamis and Milton Keynes Irish must be laughing mustn't they as well as Risborough Rangers: FA Competitions 21-22 | NonLeagueMatters Forums
  3. Karen - You are never very forthcoming are you, you must know far more than you are letting on.
  4. Phew, for one fearful moment I thought that Dave Anderson might have been back today as co-presenter of the other Non League Show but thankfully he isn't. It's a good listen ahead of the National League Play Off Final on Sunday between Torquay United and Hartlepool United: https://audioboom.com/posts/7888942-18th-june-2021-hartlepool-united-whitehawk-the-musical-our-game?playlist_direction=forward It's National League Finals Day on Sunday and Tim Fuell speaks again with Hartepool United boss Dave Challinor and nips in on the Gary Johnson press conference at Torquay United ahead of th
  5. Britman - Yes, fair point as that hadn't crossed my mind however Hollywood 'A Listers' would have no problem getting around red tape, I believe Tom Cruise for example pretty much commutes between the US and the UK. Out of interest had you ever heard of Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney before they bought Wrexham, I certainly hadn't and there has to be sinister method in their madness.
  6. London Colney have announced their pre-season friendly schedule with some interesting looking fixtures:
  7. Karen - Did all the appeals come to nothing, I gather one or two were being taken seriously by the FA but most of them, such as Biggleswade United, Newport Pagnell Town and Potton United, were expected to be 'laughed out of Court'. I see you have been very active on another Forum, unlike on this one: Spartan South Midlands League 21/22 | Page 2 | NonLeagueMatters Forums
  8. Deano5 - Apart from knocking you out of the FA Youth Cup at Pancake Lane last season on penalties, that was heartbreaking wasn't it
  9. Bell Close is looking amazing at the moment isn't it:
  10. Buckingham Athletic's pre-season friendly schedule, Scott Reynolds really means business doesn't he:
  11. Baldock Town's interesting looking pre-season friendly schedule:
  12. I think this pretty much says it all doesn't it, in a recent statement to update fans, Hollywood 'A-List' actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney state that they have never once visited Wrexham since buying the Club late last year, what does that tell you: CHAIRMEN UPDATE | Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds deliver update on progress since the takeover | Wrexham AFC The frustration of missing out on the National League Play-Offs on the final day when having matters in our own hands at the start of the game was only surpassed by the fact that we haven’t been able to get to Wrexham in p
  13. It looks like Fergus has already rolled up his sleeves and is raring to go:
  14. GRS67 - No doubt Agamemnon3 will be able to explain it away, Fergus can do no wrong in his eyes and he thinks the sun shines out of him.
  15. GRS67 - I thought this was a bit odd on the Wealdstone Twitter page, why on earth is Fergus promoting their season tickets:
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