Jump to content
Fans Focus - Non League football clubs


Regular Users
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Rhodes last won the day on July 6

Rhodes had the most liked content!

About Rhodes

  • Rank
  • Birthday 14/06/1959

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Highbury, London
  • Interests
  • Supports
    Haringey Borough FC
  • Foes
    Sport London e Benfica
  • Fav. Player(s)
    Lee Scott, Glenn Shurety, Leon Rolle, Arthur Barker, Javier Rivera
  • Fav. Sport(s)
    Football, Cricket, Golf, Athletics

Social Networks

  • Facebook
    Clifford Rhodes

Recent Profile Visitors

6,659 profile views
  1. St Panteleimon's first competitive fixture at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, you have to feel a bit sorry for London Tigers who, along with Enfield Borough, have yet to kick a ball in anger in the SSML Division One this season
  2. I wonder who at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium writes this stuff, whoever it is you have to hand it to them as once again there is some clever psychology going on saying that "the (London) Tigers look to start their campaign with a victory and hit the ground running. All to play for on Saturday in Enfield." We all know full well that it is just a matter of how many St Panteleimon will score this afternoon particularly as it will be their first competitive fixture at their new home with no doubt a vociferous support behind them:
  3. Sarratt's First team entertain Mursley United this afternoon in their second SSML Division Two outing of the new campaign whilst the Reserve side go to Knebworth Reserves for a Herts Senior County League Division Three fixture. The Reserves started the season in fine fettle with two wins over Mill End Sports however met a strong Oxhey Jets Vets side last Saturday, losing 3-2 at the King George V Playing Fields:
  4. What a great team photograph of Baldock Town Football Club, I wonder if the clock on the stand was set purposely. Today (Saturday 26 September), the First team travel to Colney Heath for a SSML Premier Division encounter however the Reserves now appear to be 'redundant' this afternoon and without a fixture until next Saturday (3 October) when they hope to exert sweet revenge on Broxbourne Badgers at the North Herts Arena for their embarrassing 6-2 Greg Cup First Round defeat last week:
  5. I expect groundhoppers will be falling over themselves to get to Tithe Farm this afternoon with a paper programme available, that is a really shrewd move on Rayners Lane's part to announce that:
  6. This will be an interesting one this afternoon won't it, I wonder if Bedford can make it three league wins out of three:
  7. Get this, apparently there is some uncertainly as to whether Step 3-6 Clubs who were drawn at home yesterday to Step 2 Clubs in the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round can have spectators in attendance and may have to play their tie behind closed doors, the FA are currently in discussions with the Government to clarify the ruling regarding fans at games involving so called 'Elite Clubs' and an update will be given early next week. You really couldn't make it up if you tried could you.
  8. Match reports, I didn't know three players were dismissed late on and Brentwood finished with nine men: https://www.newsalamisfcuk.com/news/fa-cup-result-new-salamis-1-2-brentwood-town-fc-2570726.html http://www.parikiaki.com/2020/09/a-big-thank-you-from-new-salamis-to-the-uk-cypriot-community-for-their-support-during-their-historical-fa-cup-campaign/
  9. Is this the game of the day, New Salamis could still be feeling the affects of the FA Cup defeat to Brentwood Town last Monday:
  10. I wonder how this one will pan out tomorrow between two sides who won their opening League fixtures last Saturday, Totternhoe won 2-1 at Green Lane last season in the Division 2 Cup however only the League game at Dunstable Road was played resulting in a 1-0 win for Bovingdon:
  11. Totternhoe have a busy day tomorrow (26 September) when the First team travel to Green Lane to take on Bovingdon in their second SSML Division Two fixture of the campaign having beaten MK Gallactcos 2-1 last week at Dunstable Road with goals from Lala Dem and Mark Smith. The Reserve side are in Bedfordshire FA Intermediate Challenge Cup First Round action against Division One 'B' side Sharnbrook in their first competitive fixture of the new campaign and under Management, next Saturday (3 October) they travel to Houghton Athletic for their first Bedfordshire County League Division One 'A' fixture whilst the First team entertain New Bradwell St Peter:
  12. Buckingham United's First team are 'redundant' tomorrow (26 September) however the Reserves are in North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division action and travel to the delights of village side Great Linford who have started the campaign with a win and a draw, unlike Joe Cooper's men who have lost both their opening fixtures. Next Saturday (3 October) sees the First team travel to Codicote whilst the Reserve side entertain Mursley United Development who they beat 3-1 at the Lace Hill Sports and Community Centre on 7 March whilst still under Matt Marsden's stewardship just before the curtain fell like a stone to sadly curtail last season.
  13. Harefield United Reserves travel to Herns Lane tomorrow to take on Welwyn Garden City Under 23's in a Herts Senior County League Premier Division fixture, there is a lot of Aubrey Cup action taking place however Harefield United Reserves home tie with Second Division Baldock Town Reserves has yet to be arranged, next Saturday (3 October) Sandridge Rovers visit Preston Park. Meanwhile the First team haven't really started the new campaign like a house on fire and have already exited both the FA Cup and FA Vase despite a good 5-2 win at Tuffley Rovers in the Extra Preliminary Round of the FA Cup, the 2-0 Premier Division win at Cotlandswick was encouraging with goals from Richard Pacquette and Lenny Farhall however tomorrow's visit of Newport Pagnell Town to Preston Park won't be as straight forward against the early league leaders:
  14. Bedford Town haven't wasted any time at all in making a new appointment, I wonder if Chairman Jon Taylor was glad to see the back of Mark Ducket and already had someone in the pipeline to replace him: https://www.bedfordindependent.co.uk/bedford-town-appoint-gary-setchell-as-new-manager/ https://southern-football-league.co.uk/News/126115/Ducket-Quits-Bedford-Coup-Striker-Signing
  15. I suppose it's too much to hope for that Leighton Town v Leiston will be the BBC tv game, I'll take a wild guess at Curzon Ashton v FC United of Manchester, two Northern Club's which the BBC seem to prefer, very close to their studios in Manchester, FC United's link to Manchester United, both Manager's are 'colourful' and it will be a 'sell out':
  • Create New...