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Sport: Hastings boss labels league cancellation “laughable”

Hastings United boss, Chris Agutter, has labeled the decision to cancel another non league season as both “hilarious” and “laughable”. Hastings United have now led the Isthmian south-east division at two separate points of cancellation, denying them a fair go at promotion. Agutter, quite understandably, is not happy about the latest voiding. “If you don’t … Continue reading Sport: Hastings boss labels league cancellation “laughable”

Sport: National League North and South season cancelled

Clubs from the National League North and South have voted to declare their respective seasons null and void. Football clubs from the National League North and South divisions have voted to render their respective seasons null and void, and immediately cancel all remaining fixtures. The results of the league-wide vote were announced on Thursday night, … Continue reading Sport: National League North and South season cancelled

Sport: Lewes chairman questions Govt non league support

Lewes FC Chairman, Stuart Fuller, has questioned the Government’s handling of a non-league support fund. Stuart Fuller, Chairman of Sussex non league club, Lewes FC has raised a number of issues with the DCMS’s Winter Survival Package for British spectator sport. The financial support fund has been cut from £14m to £10m with zero explanation, … Continue reading Sport: Lewes chairman questions Govt non league support

Sport: Southwick FC is coming home!

Southwick FC has won the battle to return to its home stadium, Old Barn Way. Southwick FC will be returning to its home stadium, Old Barn Way, after resolving a leaseholder dispute with Adur District Council. Tony Kybett, Chairman of Southwick Football Club (1882), said: “We are absolutely delighted that we have been given the … Continue reading Sport: Southwick FC is coming home!

Pressure mounts on the Government to admit football crowds

The #LetFansIn campaign has gained considerable traction in the past 48 hours with a slew of high-profile clubs throwing their weight behind the cause. With clubs from the UK’s seventh tier of football and below having successfully welcomed fans back to their grounds (with social distancing measures in place) teams higher up the pyramid are … Continue reading Pressure mounts on the Government to admit football crowds

It’s (almost) come home

Ring the bells, dance in the street and rejoice. Non league football is admitting fans – albeit at reduced numbers and with social distancing measures in place. In one small way football has come home. The incumbent Tory government has got football very wrong, very often. Since the Covid pandemic kicked off we have had; … Continue reading It’s (almost) come home

Titus Bramble Championship GW3: He who drafts last, drafts longest

Gameweek 2 was the perfect reflection of our current lives – chaotic, bloated and largely miserable. In amongst the rubble of our former lives three entire days of football took place and with them came an absolute shedload of goals. In what quickly became the Battle For The Bale, Sporting C.S.B trounced Karius Fan Club … Continue reading Titus Bramble Championship GW3: He who drafts last, drafts longest

Lewes FC: Coming Home

My love affair with Lewes FC began the season after they were really very good, a period which I still doubt the actuality of to this day. Having spent the majority of my years as an armchair Premier League fan I was very much taken in by non league when I realised I could watch … Continue reading Lewes FC: Coming Home

Lewes FC: Let there be light

Sean Paul once said “Just gimme da light” and now Lewes Football Club are asking the same as the club turns to the community for much-needed stadium improvements. Whilst Sean Paul may or may not have been talking about the plight of a Sussex non league football team in his seminal 2002 hit, his words … Continue reading Lewes FC: Let there be light

Saturday down The Pan

A non league love affair of rainy days, shit lager and even worse football. It’s 13:30 on a Saturday. You stare down at a half-eaten sandwich, the one you thought would sort you out but hasn’t. It sits as a monument to your depravity on the sofa next to you, tucked neatly between the paracetamol … Continue reading Saturday down The Pan

When Whitehawk went to Guernsey

Written by Josh Boyd All images (Including header) by Tom Barlow Brown: Instagram: @Tom_BBrown // Web: TomBarlowBrown.com About 20 minutes after a triumphant viewing-deck-pint on a ferry heading south from England, two of our group were head-in-hands sea sick. The boat, now in the English Channel proper, rocked from side to side, the horizon dipping … Continue reading When Whitehawk went to Guernsey