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Richard C


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Whatever the reason ie that there were no premiership games, Thanks to all that turned up. Keep that level of support and we will be a real bit closer to full time football.


As you can tell Im rather happy with the result today and my new signed Shearer shirt!!

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A good turnout but still amazingly the second lowest in the Conference. Just look at the attendances for Northwich and Leigh!


aldershot town v dagenham and redbridge 4,168

northwich victoria v shrewsbury town 3,268

morecambe v accrington stanley 3,084

tamworth v burton albion 2,535

barnet v woking 2,304

stevenage borough v farnborough town 2,285

leigh rmi v chester 2,002

gravesend and northfleet v margate 1,725

forest green rovers v telford united 1,071



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Probably about right, given the current positions of Chester and Shrewsbury, and the normal attendances at Leigh and Northwich.


The total attendances at Conference games on Boxing Day (and our game at Margate on Saturday) was approximately 29000, and today's 10 games produced 27000, giving a very impressive average of around 2800 over the 2 sets of fixtures.


Obviously they were local derby's at a time of year when the world and his wife want to go to football matches, but pretty impressive figures all the same and a testament to the standard of football at Non League level these days. (And there were some other incredible attendances as well in the feeder leagues, such as over 3500 for Weymouth's 8-0 demolition of Dorchester on Boxing Day)

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