Anyone here seen much of Southport in the National League North?
Of no use to you, but I remember one of my first live games at my local club King's Lynn against Southport.Anyone here seen much of Southport in the National League North?
The National League South game between Hungerford and Chippenham was fun, a couple of the goals were corkers. The stream was a bit crappy but they have promised to sort it out by the next game. It was a much better watch than a pointless international friendly.Actually really interesting and difficult what's going on right now in non-league. Obviously they all need people through the gates at these levels. My understanding is that Step 3 - e.g The Southern League and everything below that is allowed crowds and I can see some clubs are really benefiting from that as people who can't go elsewhere want a football fix and want to stay local. They could really gain.
In the National League and National League North/South though they can't have crowds. They are in an impossible situation. Noone wants to watch that on tv. Something has to be done because otherwise they all fold.
Naah, after a 100 years,bad directorship and non payment of rent they now play in Plaistow.A breakaway club Clapton Community FC formed and now play at the spotted dog and have bought the tenancy.well knock me down with a feather, I thought they still played at the Spotted Dog!
LolNaah, after a 100 years,bad directorship and non payment of rent they now play in Plaistow.A breakaway club Clapton Community FC formed and now play at the spotted dog and have bought the tenancy.
Are you confused? Good! Coz i was
Come On You Stones!!
Hold up....Interesting article from my local club on the split of Lottery money donated to the National League. Greed spreading to the lower leagues...
By club co-owner Terry Casey The distribution of the £10million grant from the National Lottery to the Vanarama National League has left me utterly confused and bitterly disappointed. Maidstone United Football Club have many things to be proud of: one being the way that we run the business inwww.maidstoneunited.co.uk