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Leatherhead FC mangerless after Sandmann Quits

Ryman Premier side Leatherhead FC are searching for a new manager with Mike Sandmann walking away from the post.

The Tanners appointed Sandmann, who holds a UEFA A coaching licence, as manager in January 2016, but the team have struggled, racking up one win with four losses. 45 more words


Trevor McCreadie re-signs for Lewes FC

The hitman, previously of struggling East Grinstead Town, has rejoined the coastal club and will be working with boss Darren Freeman to power the Rooks back up the table. 135 more words


Joy for Jackson and Chatham Town in first league win of the season

At the sixth attempt, Chatham Town recorded their first win of the Isthmian Division South season with a 3-2 win at home to fellow Kent side Herne Bay. 865 more words

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All You Need Is Moss - Staines Town (A)

1. Having missed the first four games of the season, I came through the turnstiles at Wheatsheaf Park – having reluctantly paid the exorbitant £12 to get in, something of which Staines Town should be thoroughly ashamed – fairly excited at the prospect of seeing some new players and full of hope for the year ahead. 815 more words


Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Seating including Tables and Chairs

In 2014 Wingate & Finchley installed new seats in the main stand to replace the original wooden benches dating to the 1930’s. The new seats were actually second-hand having been used at the 2012 Olympic Games and were part of the redistribution of the Olympic Legacy to support sports clubs. 64 more words


Sussex By The Sea-Non-League season preview

It’s that time of the year again. No longer are predictions and anticipation relevant, reality must ensue for all Non-League clubs in Sussex. Tempers can be expected to flare, in the ever competitive microcosm of English football. 545 more words


Whyteleafe FC - Grooviest club in Surrey

In the leafy foothills of Surrey, just South of the hazy metropolis known as Croydon, snakes a small country road called Church Lane. Halfway down this track lies Whyteleafe FC. 544 more words