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AFC Wimbledon

Billericay Town FC

Braintree Town FC

Bromley FC

Chelmsford City FC

East Thurrock United FC

Fisher Athletic FC

Folkestone Invicta FC

Hampton & Richmond Borough FC

Harrow Borough FC

Hendon FC

Heybridge Swifts FC

Leyton FC

Maldon Town FC

Margate FC

Redbridge FC

Slough Town FC

Staines Town FC

Walton & Hersham FC

Wealdstone FC

Windsor & Eton FC

Worthing FC

 

Out of that lot the ones to watch will be AFC Wimbledon, Fisher (lots of money), Billericay and Braintree. Too early to tell how we will do.

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Tbh i cant see any real easy games next season we do not yet know what players we will retain.

I would settle for a season of mid table stability for this season at least.

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What about Salisbury City and Northwood? And Hornchurch, which league will they go into?

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Salisbury are quite good anyway, and you never know how teams will strengthen their squads during the summer;and god forgive, that our own squad is depleted .

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No, i meant will Salisbury be in our league? Because this season they were in Ryman Premier, but are not in the above list.

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...as were Northwood, which seems harsh on them. Cheshunt were relegated.

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Bugger was looking forward to going to Salisbury and makeing a pilgramage to stonehendge.

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Looking forward to AFC Wimbledon and Folkestone Invicta.


Been told that AFC Wimbledon have a slight unsavoury element who attach themselves to the club. One of my sources tells me that they brought a few lads to Herne Bay a couple of years ago looking for aggro. Not knowing anything about AFCW I wouldn’t know if there any truth in this rumour or not.

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There was also trouble when they played Coney Hall (who are near Bromley) the other year. Though that was blamed on Palace fans attaching themselves to Coney Hall.

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Lets hope there is not a repeat of the times when the old Wimbledon were in non-league. There was a bad hooligan element then. The last game that they played at Margate there was trouble around the ground with them attacking home supporters. However times have changed and stricter segregation now. All clubs with a big following will have one or two idiots. luckily we do not have any league clubs near us that may latch on and try to cause trouble.

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Agro then was far worse. Aldershot ashford peterborough swansea all had bother boys THEN. No trouble at Totenham game cos you couldnt move. Like sardines it was <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/blush.gif" alt="" />

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Damn useful for me. Hendon, Harrow, Wealdstone et al.

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