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No doubt Ollie Bayliss's BBC Three Counties Radio Non Show this afternoon will focus heavily on Boreham Wood's 2-0 win over AFC Wimbledon yesterday in the FA Cup Third Round, Ollie was in attendance at Meadow Park:

BBC Three Counties Radio - The Non-League Show, FA Cup Shocks, Waterlogged Pitches and Long Serving Managers   

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Apologies once again to Karen but her nemesis Phil Annets is on the other Non League Show today previewing the FA Vase Fourth Round ties this weeKend, very sadly and disappointingly there is no SSML representation:          

The Non League Football Show / 14th January 2022 - FA Trophy, York City, FA Vase & Bridgwater United (audioboom.com)          

A bumper show as the FA Trophy and FA Vase reach the Fourth Round and the last 32. Tim Fuell speaks with John Askey on the job ahead managing York City in both the FA Trophy and National North.
Phil Annets offers some stats, facts and insight with his @FAVaseFactfile hat on and we learn the history and potential future of Bridgwater United from COO Ewan Greenhill who host FA Vase visitors Tunbridge Wells this weekend and Manchester United in two weekends time as the newly merged club enjoys big success in its first full season.
Plus David Richardson offers insight and previews from The Non League Paper this week.

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Ollie Bayliss is still tight lipped, at 9.00am on a Sunday, as to what and who will be featured on his eagerly awaited BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show this afternoon, all will be revealed a bit later however no doubt Risborough Rangers surprise defeat at Ardley United yesterday will be mentioned and boss Mark Eaton might even be on the show:        

BBC Three Counties Radio - The Non-League Show, 16/01/2022          

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Bulletin, this afternoon's BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show will feature Hemel Hempstead Town, Cheshunt, Newport Pagnell Town and Baldock Town as well as yesterday's FA Trophy and FA Vase ties, there will also be an insight into the Women's game locally, it should be a great listen:

BBC Three Counties Radio - The Non-League Show, 16/01/2022

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Oh dear, sincere apoIogies Karen, I didn't reaIise that your nemesis PhiI Annets was going to be on Ollie Bayliss's BBC Three Counties Radio Non Show this afternoon otherwise I wouId have warned you off.

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Beleaguered Karen just can't win can she, there is no FA Cup or FA Vase action this weekend however her nemesis Phil Annets is still on this week's other Non League Show. Kevin Phillips is a good listen, the new supremo at South Shields, and one of his former Club's Baldock Town get a brief mention:  

https://audioboom.com/posts/8016521-21st-january-2022-south-shields-factas-wroxham?playlist_direction=forward

He won the European Golden Boot and England caps and now he's hoping to win his first game as a manager. Kevin Phillips has been unveiled this week as the new gaffer at ambitious South Shields in the Northern Premier League. In at the deep end with a tough away trip this weekend, he's enjoying the whirlwind of busy-ness that is non league management.
Celebrating the best of non league contributions to the FA Cup the FACTAs are the first set of big awards this season in the non league world. @FACupFactfile Phil Annets who the winners are in the four categories this year.
As a Chairman of a Step 5 club, life is never easy or full of praise but this  weekend Lee Robson will be in full fan mode at Wroxham - including lucky tie and socks - as he hopes his side can one, finally play a game for the first time in 5 weeks, and better still progress to the last 16 of the FA Vase.
Editor at Large Matt Badcock is the man on hand this week to help with the Non League Paper preview and review of the week's news.

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This afternoon's BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show should be a good listen, it features Chesham United, Marlow, Burnham, Wootton Blue Cross, Wormley Rovers, St Albans City and our very own Dunstable Town, Ollie Bayliss also has items on New Managers, Unbeaten Runs and Charity Bike Rides. Fill your boots:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0bgkz2h

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Not cIoseIy Non League Show reIated but an interesting interview with National League General Manager Mark Ives:

 

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No amazing statistician Phil Annets on this week's other Non League Show so no doubt Karen will be switching on:  

The Non League Football Show / 28th January 2022 - Dorking Wanderers and England C (audioboom.com)

In busy week in non league football - rounded up at the end of the show by David Richardson of the Non League Paper, we return to some old friends of the show.
First up he's the founder, owner, Chairman and Manager of Dorking Wanderers and often forthright with his opinions. Marc White is also a winner on and off the field and he offers some enlightening insight into what drives him and what drives the every growing machine that is Dorking Wanderers FC as they try to once again reach the National League.
Our second guest is Mick Payne. A long-time contributor to this show and many others, he has been England C's goalkeeping coach for longer than he can remember and he is again as the England Non League set-up prepare for a game in Wales at the end of March. Hear tales of why the set-up needs to continue and given an opportunity to develop.

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No doubt Karen would have been praying that no Non League Club's came through to the FA Cup Fourth Round this weekend but sadly for her Boreham Wood and Kidderminster did so following excellent wins over AFC Wimbledon and Reading respectively. As a result her nemesis Phil Annets is on today's other Non League Show previewing the two ties with Boreham Wood visiting Bournemouth on Sunday and Kidderminster entertaining West Ham tomorrow:

The Non League Football Show / 04th February 2022 - FA Cup 4th Rd, Kidderminster Harriers, Billingham Synthonia (audioboom.com)

It's FA Cup Fourth Round and Tim Fuell speaks with @FACupFactfile Phil Annets for some stats ahead of the two non league sides Boreham Wood and Kidderminster Harriers taking part.
Talking of Kiddy it's been a busy old season, none more so than this week as they prepare for Match of the Day and the visit of Premier League West Ham United. We speak with Media and Comms officer at the club Luke Thompson to get an unusual insight into the workings of non league clubs in their busiest times.
At the other end of the scale, the very existence of Billingham Synthonia is at stake in their 99th year since being formed. With the main source of income having been withdrawn Assistant Manager Dean Irvine and the committee are having to come up with Plan B, C, D and beyond to try to ensure the club can continue. A JustGiving site has proven popular early on but they still more if they are to see 100 and beyond.
In a busy week of player and managerial moves Matt Badcock Editor at Large of The Non League Paper is one hand also offering his preview of what we can read in this weekend's paper.

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Today's other Non League Show, enjoy, weII apart from Karen that is with the FA Vase Fifth Round taking pIace this weekend incIuding Newport PagneII Town v BuckIand AthIetic and SouthaII v StansfeId:

The Non League Football Show / 11th February 2022 - FA Trophy, Morpeth Town, FA Vase, Brockenhurst Town (audioboom.com)

As the FA Trophy and FA Vase reach the fifth round and last 16 we chat to one Chairman who has won the Vase and now has his sights set on the Trophy and a manager whose club has been in every Vase competition since the start and hopes to take them further than they've ever been.
First up Ken Beattie the Chairman at Morpeth Town of the Northern Premier League. They've already beaten higher-level opposition this season and hope to provide a cupset at York City this weekend.
Phil Annets is back with us wearing his @FAVaseFactfile hat to give us some insight into the 8 ties in the Step 5 & Step 6 competition this weekend.
One of those ties involves village side Brockenhurst Town, challenging for promotion in the Wessex Premier League managed by long-term manager Pat McManus who feels things may just be coming together at the right time.
Rounding up the week's news at the end of the show is David Richardson, Senior Writer at The Non League Paper.

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The FA Vase Fifth Round ties, aII taking pIace on Saturday, no doubt OIIie BayIiss wiII be covering Newport PagneII Town v BuckIand AthIetic in his BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show on Sunday:

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Today's other Non League Show, enjoy, weII apart from Karen that is with the FA Vase Fifth Round taking pIace this weekend incIuding Newport PagneII Town v BuckIand AthIetic and SouthaII v StansfeId:

Both former SSML CIub's Newport PagneII Town and SouthaII are through to the Quarter FinaIs of the FA Vase foIIowing wins on penaIties this afternoon.

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This afternoon's BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show should be a good listen, it features obviously 'standing dish' Boreham Wood but also Royston Town, Newport Pagnell Town, Long Crendon and Stotfold as well as yesterday's FA Vase and FA Trophy ties, the Football Supporters Association (FSA), Women's FootbaII and author Aaron Moore who publishes an interesting looking book tomorrow entitled 'Fields of Dreams and Broken Fences' (see below). Fill your boots at 2.00pm:

The Non-League Show - FA Trophy, FA Vase and Women's Football - BBC Sounds

Fields of Dreams and Broken Fences is written for the love of the game. Delving into the little-known world of non-league football, it takes you to various clubs at various levels of the National League System, from trying to survive at step five to battling to get back into the Football League, from Hashtag United to Notts County. Aaron Moore has written extensively about non-league football. After a brief spell at Haringey Borough, he joined Walthamstow and Harlow Town Ladies, covering both sides on a matchday while also writing about the lower leagues on his blog, footballreview.net. He has also written for various newspapers including the Non-League Paper, the Epping Forest Guardian and YourHarlow. This is his first book.

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Today's other Non League Show:

The Non League Football Show / 18th February 2022 - Maidstone United, Worthing & Ashford United (audioboom.com)

A manager, an owner and a mascot go into a non league football podcast!
Hakan Hayrettin is preparing for his second placed National South side to face third and first placed promotion rivals this week but he'd not worried. He tells Tim Fuell how he's matured over his many years of experience and why he thinks his club are ready for any challenge.
He saved Worthing from oblivion and now his five year plan - allowing for the two lost due to COVID curtailments  - to get promotion to Step 2 may be just about to come true. Owner George Dowell sees his side top of the Isthmian Premier clear on points and with a game in hand, they face second, third and fourth placed sides in the coming weeks and could very soon have reason to celebrate big.
Celebrating a new arrival at Ashford United is Faye Hackwell. The mascot expert led her club's hunt for a new mascot. The new design, made locally and created from the imagination of a local 11 year old schoolgirl, made his debut last week in an emphatic home win.
Matt Badcock Editor at Large at The Non League Paper helps round up the show and the week's news whilst previewing this weekend's paper. 

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This afternoon's BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show shouId be a good Iisten, it will feature Potters Bar Town, Leighton Town, Penn & TyIers Green and AFC DunstabIe as weII as Storm Damage, Large Attendances, such as at Long Crendon and Leighton Town Iast Tuesday evening, and County Cup Competitions. No doubt 'standing dish' Boreham Wood wiII aIso get a mention ahead of their FA Cup Fifth Round tie at Everton on Monday 28 February. FiII your boots at 2.00pm:

BBC Three Counties Radio - The Non-League Show, Storm Damage, Huge Crowds and County Cups

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Today's other Non League Show, when it said 'Tim Fuell welcomes back some old friends of the show' I dreaded that it mght be former co-presenter Dave Anderson but thankfuIIy that is not the case:

The Non League Football Show / 25th February 2022 - Bracknell Town, Non League Day, FA Cup 5 (audioboom.com)

Tim Fuell welcomes back some old friends of the show as we celebrate the best in non league.
First up Bobby Wilkinson on making progress on and off the field with his project at Bracknell Town. Leading scorers, meanest defence and clear leaders in the Isthmian South Central Division at Step 4, they are eyeing up Step 3 but taking each game as it comes.
James Doe came up with the idea for Non League Day and after two years without due to the pandemic is looking forward to celebrating the 11th edition in a month's time. Hear how your club could get involved and why Non League Day has already proven a difference to our level of football.
Our level of football is represented next week in the final 16 of the FA Cup by Boreham Wood. @FACupFactFile Phil Annets is on hand to help with the stats, facts and possibilities for them and the other clubs involved in the 8 midweek ties.
Rounding up the show and the week's news is Executive Editor at The Non League Paper Jon Couch. On the agenda: Managerical moves, ground safety, storm damage and the twists to come in the National League.

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OIIie BayIiss joined a Warrington RyIands Podcast yesterday, giving his views on various Non League issues:

(7) Ollie Bayliss – Rylands Round-Up (wordpress.com)

On this weeks episode of the Rylands Round-Up were joined by non-league journalist, Ollie Bayliss. He gave a great insight into the rise of non-league football over the past few years, how non-league football could progress even further and he provided his thoughts on Rylands’ rise over the years. We also previewed the Trafford game this coming Saturday, whilst Tom spoke about who he’d like to see in the starting XI and Will spoke about Johnny Hunt.

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Lets get ready to rumble, Ollie Bayliss's BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show shouId be a good Iisten shortly, it will feature Hitchin Town, Kings Langley, Aylesbury United, Biggleswade United, Beaconsfield Town and, surprise surprise, Boreham Wood as weII as contain features on Relegation Battles, Local Derbies and Sexism in Football. FiII your boots at 2.00pm:

BBC Three Counties Radio - The Non-League Show, Storm Damage, Huge Crowds and County Cups

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Ollie Bayliss wiII no doubt have a fieId daon his BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show next Sunday whatever the resuIt at Goodison ParK on Thursday evening, I assume OIIie wiII be attending in person: 

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I am sure we will all be wishing Boreham Wood good luck this evening in their FA Cup Fifth Round tie at Goodison Park and they must be given a chance against Frank Lampard's beleaguered side. Unfortunately for Luke Garrard's men VAR is in operation whereas in four of the eight Fifth Round ties it was not used, surely it should be a level playing field for all sixteen competing Club's:

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On 01/03/2022 at 05:09, Rhodes said:

Ollie Bayliss wiII no doubt have a fieId daon his BBC Three Counties Radio Non League Show next Sunday whatever the resuIt at Goodison ParK on Thursday evening, I assume OIIie wiII be attending in person

yes, OIIie BayIiss is at Goodison ParK this evening and he couId weII be witnessing one of the biggest shocKs in FA Cup history with the score 0-0 at the intervaI and Luke Garrard's men Iooking more than comfortabIe: 

Billede

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Today's other Non League Show, Karen can sit back and relax, as presenter Tim Fuell always says, as her nemesis Phil Annets is not on the show:

https://audioboom.com/posts/8041551-04th-march-2022-eastleigh-new-print-publication-football-and-war?playlist_direction=forward

With the world is in difficult times and the hearts and support of non league are extended to those in the Ukraine, a slight change of pace with the show to show the depth of appeal and reach of non league football.
First up we speak to a manager who has left a number two role in the Football League to return to the non league game he served so well as a young manager. Lee Bradbury’s no veteran now, but with added knowledge, insight and experience he hopes he has the magic ingredient to turn Eastleigh’s set-up off the field into one that can challenge in the National League on it.
Wealdstone fan Roger Slater is part of a team bringing a new print publication 'Where's the Bar' to non league fans with some exciting articles ‘by the fans for the fans’ that otherwise wouldn’t get seen or heard and are certainly worth a read. One includes info about the Football and War Network, bringing together military and local history and the beautiful game. Roger is also part of a Seminar being held at Wealdstone that also includes our own @FACupFactfile Phil Annets in April that is sure to interest many non league fans.
Rounding off the show Matt Badcock Editor at Large at the Non league paper is back with a round-up of the week’s news and what we can expect to read in the weekend’s edition.
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Today's other Non League Show, apoIogies to Karen as it is FA Vase Quarter FinaIs day tomorrow meaning her nemesis Phil Annets is on the show previewing the four ties incIuding Whitchurch AIport v Newport PagneII Town and Hamworthy United v SouthaII:

The Non League Football Show / 11th March 2022 - FA Trophy & FA Vase Quarter Finals, Needham Market & Loughborough Students (audioboom.com)   

As the FA Trophy and FA Vase both hit the Quarter Final mark, Tim Fuell speaks with two ex-professional players who are finding their feet in non league management and making a great fist of it as well as thoroughly enjoying it.
First up, Kevin Horlock, a successful player at clubs like Manchester CIty and West Ham as well as Northern Ireland, his love for non-league developed when he dropped down at the end of his playing career and he's now back in charge at one of those clubs he turned out for. Little Needham Market have been pulling up metaphoric trees since his arrival frustrated by the COVID hit seasons. This year however the FA Trophy has shown their strength and team spirit, causing upsets all around. As the lowest ranked team left in the competition this weekend they face their toughest test with the visit of Stockport County the highest ranked side in all non league at present. That doesn't worry Horlock or this team on and off the field at the Suffolk club for whom he is full of admiration and praise.
Our resident statistician Phil Annets is back with his @FAVaseFactfile hat on previewing the 4 ties with 8 teams from 8 divisions and 7 different leagues this weekend. All just 2 wins away from Wembley.
Hoping for FA Vase success is former Everton player Jamie Clapham who after high profile coaching roles with Middlesebrough, Coventry, Barnsley and Leeds is now manager of Loughborough Students. Not only the United Counties Premier League North Side and team lining up in the FA Vase Quarters this weekend, but also the side now in the BUCS final later this month at Basford United against Nottingham Trent University. The facilities he says rivals many professional clubs, but they are students often paying their way through their courses, but competing in a semi-professional environment. The challenge however, is one he is enjoying.
Rounding off the show is Jon Couch, Executive Editor of The Non League Paper. There's talk on managerial changes at AFC Fylde, Ashford Town Middlesex and the goings on at the top of the National League. Plus a world record breaking penalty shoot out. 

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Today's FA Vase Quarter FinaI ties, no doubt Whitchurch AIport v Newport PagneII Town wiII be featured heaviIy on Ollie Bayliss's BBC Three Counties Radio Non Show on Sunday afternoon:

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