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Links to both the National Non League Show https://audioboom.com/channel/thenonleagueshow and the excellent one on BBC Three Counties Radio with presenter Ollie Bayliss that features our Club's within Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07k2mv8 The National Show on 13 September featured New Salamis and the great man, namely George Georgiou, was in the BBC Studio, ironically shortly before his unceremonious dismissal from the Club:

13th September 2019 - FA Vase, New Salamis, Stockport Town, Fort William and Non League Paper round-up

The Non League Football Show

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It's the second round qualifying round of the FA Vase and whilst the competition is exciting, Tim Fuell delves deeper into the clubs looking for glory this weekend, building non league communities and football clubs.

First up, manager at New Salamis, George Georgiou, leading a club that only a few years ago was a Sunday football side formed by fans of a Cypriot Pro clubs English fans.

Next, Alan Lord Head of Management at Stockport Town who look to continue their FA Vase this weekend. His is a muli-faceted role however as his day job is working as Director of Youth Development at neighbours Stockport County alongside Jim Gannon.

If you've not yet watched the BBC Scotland documentary available on BBC iPlayer you may not know the story of Fort William FC. Make sure you watch it but first listen to Secretary turned Manager Russell MacMorran who this week led his side to their first league win in two years. It's more than just a first team however in one of the most picturesque settings for football in the UK.

Matt Badcock Editor at Large helps round off the show with what you can expect to read in this weekend's Non League Paper.

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The Fort William documentary is brilliant, some of the travelling those players do is unreal. Especially when they get walloped

The Ollie Bayliss show is also a good listen 

On another note, I hope people have seen the Twitter video of Danny Webb’s free kick against Tring at the weekend. It has gone “viral” with 168k views and counting. Only partially due to the on screen finger pointing out the top corner it is due to hit!

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I used to particularly enjoy the Non League Show when Caroline Barker hosted it as she was so knowledgeable about the Non League game due to being a big Chelmsford City fan and had a nice bedside manor with all the guests. She has gone on to bigger and better things now with the BBC but she could draw all kinds of interesting facts out of them and I remember when the so called Great One, Clement Temile, was on the show in Kentish Town's heyday, I'm sure it more than doubled the listeners that night with Kenny Dyer, the former Haringey Borough and Montserrat National team supremo, on the same show.

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Who listened to the Non League Show yesterday on BBC Three Counties Radio, they had an interview with Ware supremo Paul Halsey and Kings Langley kitman Gary Rodger among other features:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07k2mv8

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This week's Non League Football Show on BBC Three Counties Radio for those who missed it on Tuesday, the show featured former North Greenford United, Leighton Town and Hillingdon Borough goalkeeper Aaron Bufton, a colourful character who has also plied his trade with Aylesbury United, Northwood, AFC Hayes, Ashford Town (Middlesex), Hanwell Town, Thatcham Town, Alton Town, Gosport Borough, Fleet Town, Guildford City,  Corinthian Casuals, Farnborough, Cheshunt, Egham Town, Knaphill, Godalming Town, Kingstonian, Petersfield Town, Aldershot Town and Swindon Town:                  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07xx0nv

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4 hours ago, Rhodes said:

This week's Non League Football Show on BBC Three Counties Radio for those who missed it on Tuesday, the show featured former North Greenford United, Leighton Town and Hillingdon Borough goalkeeper Aaron Bufton, a colourful character who has also plied his trade with Aylesbury United, Northwood, AFC Hayes, Ashford Town (Middlesex), Hanwell Town, Thatcham Town, Alton Town, Gosport Borough, Fleet Town, Guildford City,  Corinthian Casuals, Farnborough, Cheshunt, Egham Town, Knaphill, Godalming Town, Kingstonian, Petersfield Town, Aldershot Town and Swindon Town:                  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07xx0nv

Been around a bit, hasn't he ??

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3 hours ago, Big J R said:

Been around a bit, hasn't he ??

Big J R - I think he can certainly be described as a so called journeyman, there is a joke about some players having more Club's than Nick Faldo isn't there

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29 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Big J R - I think he can certainly be described as a so called journeyman, there is a joke about some players having more Club's than Nick Faldo isn't there

Pah! He’s no Jefferson Louis. 

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He must have had continual access to a VERY reliable car, or liked cycling a lot !

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Listened to this weeks non league show and hadn’t realised that Tomlin the Winslow manager had left.

Whats the full story there? Judging from the interview it sounded like he was too disorganised despite getting good results!

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Who heard the Non League Show on Tuesday evening which featured Old Bradwell United as well as Hertford Town, Barton Rovers and Cheshunt, Hertford Town supremo Ben Herd was the co host on the show and good value:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07xzn5s

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Who listened to the excellent Non League Show on Three Counties Radio on Tuesday evening with New Bradwell St Peter supremo Richard Kelsall as co host speaking about Mental Health issues and dressing room atmosphere amongst other things, the show also featured Leverstock Green and Potton United:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07yh2rj

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Don't forget this evening's BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show folks with co host Jim Bundy, the Codicote Chairman, Leighton Town will also be featured ahead of their eagerly awaited FA Vase Fifth Round tie on Saturday at Bradford Town:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07k2mv8/broadcasts/upcoming

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Who listened to the fascinating Non League show yesterday evening on BBC Three Counties Radio with Codicote Chairman Jim Bundy talking about Crowdfunding, Mental Health issues and applying for promotion amongst other things, Mr Bundy has been with the Club seemingly forever as a player, Manager and now Chairman. Former Tring Athletic Chairman Howard Wells also spoke about why he decided to walk away from Cow Lane recently and Leighton Town were featured ahead of Saturday's FA Vase Fifth Round tie at Bradford Town:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07yh5sv

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Who listened to the excellent Non League Show on Tuesday evening, Leighton Town were naturally featured following their heroic win at Bradford Town in the FA Vase Fifth Round last Saturday and former SSML Club Royston Town who have amazingly reached the Quarter Finals of the FA Trophy:

Listen back here: https://bbc.co.uk/programmes/p080z0n3

 

 

 

 

 

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Who caught the amazing Non League Show last night on BBC Three Counties Radio, you are literally super glued to your radio for an hour aren't you. The co host was Potters Bar Town supremo Lee O'Leary and Stotfold and Aston Clinton were featured as well as Boreham Wood and Long Crendon, there was also an interesting interview with the legendary Tony Incenzo who is always good value:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p080z2y1

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