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Ryman League Premier: Needham Market 4 Brentwood Town 0

Brentwood Town fell short in a bottom of the table clash and remain in the relegation zone after a 4-0 away defeat to Needham Market. 413 more words


Football is nothing

Being a football fan means having to take the rough with the smooth.  You often hear manager’s bemoan their luck when decisions don’t go their way, or when a break in a game goes against them.   714 more words

Non League Football

Ryman League Premier: Brentwood Town 0 Bognor Regis Town 1

Bognor Regis Town continue their rich vein of form, as they move up to second in the table in tricky conditions with a narrow 1-0 victory away to Brentwood Town. 570 more words


Holdsworth leaves Brentwood in pursuit of Bolton Takeover

Mitchell Young reports on the shock departure of Dean Holdsworth at Non-League club Brentwood Town…

Dean Holdsworth steps down as manager of non-league club Brentwood Town just five months into his position due to business commitments. 404 more words


Ryman League Premier: VCD Athletic 0 Brentwood Town 2


Brentwood Town gained their first win in five league games after a comfortable 2-0 away victory over bottom of the table VCD Athletic.

Two second half goals sealed the three points for Brentwood, Sam Lechmere with the opener shortly after the break with a powerful strike. 442 more words


We may be in the gutter but we are looking up at the stars

 It’s not been the best starts to a season down here at The Dripping Pan. A cracking pre-season, with our young squad passing the ball on the ground and scoring goals lured us all into a false sense of optimism that disappeared after 45 bruising minutes in our first league game at Leatherhead. 1,140 more words

Non League Football

Notes from VCD Athletic

It’s testimony to the hard work all those involved in VCD Athletic put in week in week out that a club averaging around 100 paying spectators through the turnstiles are able to compete in the Ryman Premier League (RPL), where the average attendance hovers around the 300/400 mark, and where the likes of Dulwich Hamlet at the top of the table are regularly pulling in over 1500, an astonishing number at this level. 1,453 more words

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