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This week bumper show and one all about the people and not necessarily the lifting of trophies, despite the time of the season. First up a fan who has had a week he will surely always remember but perhaps not for the best of reasons. Dean Knight this time last week was a typical fan helping organise a supporters bus to a play-off chasing match at t…
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A bumper show this week as we look ahead to the massive showdown at the bottom as the National League season reaches its finale this weekend. Ebbsfleet must avoid defeat to be assured of survival as they go to Boreham Wood - and we also look ahead to the final weekend in National League South as Dover and Dartford say goodbye - we discuss where it'…
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First up an experienced manager in possibly the tightest promotion battle across the pyramid. Ware’s Paul Halsey is no stranger to play-off pressures but in a season of some clubs with 5 games per week, he’s got just 3 games on three separate Saturdays left to play in a division when any club from 6 could still pip the title. Talking about experien…
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Four interviews for you to enjoy this week as we look ahead to a huge game and reflect on another busy week. It's all eyes on Southwood this weekend as Ramsgate host Cray Valley PM in a potentially decisive clash at the top of Isthmian League South East - Millers boss Steve McKimm looks ahead to that match and reflects on their amazing season so fa…
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The beautiful game, the world of Non League football is magical for the people within it. A few years ago the pandemic did its best to impact and tear it apart, but IT came back stronger, we came back stronger. This season a new force threatens to rip apart our world. A natural force that surely can't be controlled. The weather across the country h…
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We're well and truly into the business end of the season now, with the first piece of silverware handed out and our first relegation of the season confirmed. That silverware was won by Erith Town, the champions of the SCEFL Challenge Cup and their boss Adam Woodward reflects on that win, how he hopes it can be the catalyst for more success and dedi…
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It is FA Vase semi final time. We open the show with Phil Annets with his @FAVaseFactfile hat on, giving us insight into this season’s competition and the four sides remaining. Then we head north to one of the clubs involved. This week also has a creative arts feel, so we speak to the media guy putting in the hours to ensure Lincoln United is a clu…
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It's been another huge week in the world of Kent Non-League football and we're here with a packed show to discuss all the goings on and more besides. The battle at the foot of the National League remains incredibly tight - but Ebbsfleet have got themselves into a good position with some decent results. Fleet CEO Damian Irvine discusses that battle,…
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It’s Non League Day this weekend so we celebrate Non league. I’ve tried to find something for everybody, celebrate the quirkiness, enjoy the camaraderie, and applaud the success in adversity. This is the Non League Football Show and this is Non League. First up a returnee with 15 games still to play until the end of the season that can’t be extende…
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Another big week for our teams and we've got two interviews for your enjoyment. Glebe still sit at the summit of the SCEFL and face second-placed Deal this weekend, who have seven games in hand. Joint-boss Craig Nelson discusses the trip to the Charles Ground, their continued good form this season and changing penalty takers. There's been a change …
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We start this week with one of this show’s longest-serving guests, not only as a guest of this show but also as manager of the England C side. Paul Fairclough has over two decades on the job and admits he is as enthusiastic as ever in the role. A game on Tuesday night in Wales is followed in May by a home game v Nepal at Aldershot Town and as Paul …
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It's another busy show this week with three interviews despite a virtual midweek washout. We hear from bosses at both ends of the Isthmian League South East after they did battle at the weekend - Beckenham's Darren Anslow discusses their plight at the foot of the table, conceding late goals and his belief they can get out of their predicament, whil…
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A bumper full length programme this week as we hit the Quarter finals of the FA Trophy and FA Vase, four ties, eight clubs in each compettion. First up an old friend of the show in a new job. His record speaks for itself but it's not often a manager moves into a new dugout in the back end of the season, at a club bigger than he’s ever taken on befo…
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A massive weekend ahead for Deal Town as they head to Lincoln for their FA Vase quarter-final clash - manager Steve King looks ahead to that tie and discusses challenging on two fronts, staying focused and his hopes for the rest of the season. Dartford have a new boss, and Adrian Pennock is that man - he tells us about what tempted him to return to…
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A full-length programme this week but just the two in-depth guests. As we roll into March we discuss ground grading or rather Stadium Assessment the new system of baselining and auditing the stadia in operation across the National League System. Mark Harris Chairman of the Northern Premier League offers an expert view into why the new system was ne…
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Another huge week in the county's non-league scene and we've got three interviews for your listening pleasure. Hollands & Blair hit 10 in their win over Welling Town and boss Luke Jessup was understandably thrilled - he tells us about that win, the competition for places, playing the right way and his hopes for the future. Visiting chairman/manager…
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A late release and shorter version due to technical gremlins affecting guest interviews this week. Disappointing but hopefully those guests can come back in the coming weeks as they have some exciting stuff to share. So just Matt Badcock from The Non League Paper this week but what a week of football news. He joins us straight from the press confer…
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We are back after our week off and there's loads to dissect after a massive couple of weeks on and off the pitch! Radio Wings' Nigel Jones joins us to discuss the news that Welling United are set to move for a groundshare at Tonbridge Angels while work goes on at Park View Road, looking at what this all means for the club and their fans, who are fa…
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Just the one club guest this week so a slightly abbreviated show but an important insight nonetheless. With some of the Fifth Round FA Trophy ties still to be played due to weather postponements, we speak to a manager who is probably putting more on the chance for Wembley than any other club still in the competition. Bishops Stortford owner and man…
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We’ve reached round 5 in both the FA Trophy and the FA Vase. 16 clubs left in each competition 8 ties apiece to get through, with the weather looking to play a hand in that. In the Trophy those from outside the top tier have their sights set on a Wembley final they may not have expected, whilst there are still some looking to battle on more than on…
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Another busy week in the county, and we've got three interviews for you to enjoy as well as some, ahem, blinding chat. Deal Town are the last men standing in the FA Vase from Kent and boss Steve King looks ahead to their trip west to Bridgwater and discusses the SCEFL title race as things really start to heat up. Cray Wanderers have moved clear of …
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To counter the clubs in peril stories we’ve had to report on this season, it’s time to celebrate a story of dedication, persistence and desire. London’s oldest football club finally coming home. Not quite yet fully ready for the return of the Isthmian Premier side but youth and women’s teams of Cray Wanderers are moving into Flamingo Park. CEO Sam …
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In case you've not heard, we have a team in the fifth round of the FA Cup! So no surprise that it's Maidstone United who lead the way this week. Fan Nick Morgan and his son Kian recorded their thoughts as the day went along, and you can hear the emotions of that incredible high from the stands at Portman Road. And Stones co-owner Oliver Ash also jo…
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It is the FA Cup Fourth Round weekend and just the one non-league representative. Phil Annets @facupfactfile is on hand to give some insight into this round and the competition so far. Many will have written off National South’s Maidstone but having already dumped Barrow and Stevenage out for the competition to go further than the club ever has in …
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Another packed show this week with four interesting interviews to whet your whistle ahead of a busy weekend. Top billing, of course, goes to Maidstone United, who head to Ipswich in the FA Cup Fourth Round. Their skipper Gavin Hoyte tells us what it means to them to have made the last 32, the renaissance of the club and looks ahead to the trip to P…
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The highs and lows of football spotlighted this week but also the magic of why we all do it and why we all love it. First up a return to these waveforms of Barnet boss Dean Brennan. Into the FA Trophy last 16 and sitting third in the National League, life isn’t looking too shoddy. A Saturday tea-time visit of table-toppers Chesterfield is on the me…
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The weather tried to get in the way but we still have some top content for you this week after another busy week across the county. Hythe Town forward Jake Embery reflects on his side's FA Trophy defeat to Chorley and the task ahead as they start to play catch up on the teams above them in the race for the Isthmian League South East play-offs. Lord…
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The FA Trophy and the FA Vase reach the Fourth Round this weekend. The last 32 and the clubs still involved have every right to be distant dreaming about that Wembley final. We speak to an experienced non league manager who has enough behind him to know few will give his side a chance against visitors Chesterfield on Saturday. Welling United boss D…
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Another packed show this week with a quartet of interviews from across the pyramid for you to enjoy. Top billing, of course, goes to FA Cup heroes Maidstone United, and their defender George Fowler discusses their win over Stevenage that booked their spot in the fourth round for the first time in the club's history. There was a much-needed win for …
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It’s the FA Cup Third Round and four of the 64 in action are from Non-League Circles. First up Phil Annets is here with his FA Cup Factfile Hat, giving us all the insight into those four ties and more ahead of the weekend. Next an old friend of the show. A very old friend of our very old show. Hugo Langton used to grace the studio at BBC London in …
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Our first show of 2024 is a bumper one with no fewer than six interviews for you to enjoy after a busy festive period across the pyramid. We get reaction from Sammy Moore to what proved to be his final game in charge of Faversham Town, and discuss the decision to part with him and where the Lilywhites go next. We hear from Deal boss Steve King afte…
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Another slightly shorter show going into the New Year but still much to entertain and inform. First up he’s led this club to the only 100% league record still intact as the end of the year arrives. Paul Johnson’s Farnham Town top the Combined Counties Premier South and remains in the FA Vase, yet he’s only been in the job just over 12 months. Lots …
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A slighter shorter show going into the Christmas break but we have two of football’s hardest-working non-league experts to take you into the festive weekend. First up he’s back in non-league with perhaps perfect timing. 12 years since he took Fleetwood Town into the Football League from the Conference, 6 years since he took Tranmere Rovers back to …
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