Day: November 20, 2011

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 20-11-2011

We have five matches for you this week as our non-league videos of the week. First up is the match from the Blue Square Premier between Ebbsfleet United and a club that has been having renewed difficulties off the pitch again, Darlington. Next up are the goals from the Blue Square North match between Altrincham and Gloucester City. We then have highlights from the Blue Square South match between Salisbury City and another club that has recently been said to be having financial difficulties, Farnborough FC. We then have another round-up of goals, from the Evostik Southern League Premier Division match between Weymouth and Redditch United, and finally we’re off to Division One South of the Ryman League for the match between Maidstone United and Merstham. Our thanks, as ever, go to those that have taken the time to record, edit and upload these matches.           You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking...

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Match Of The Week 2: Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool

After a two week break for the international matches the Premier League awoke from its slumber at Stamford Bridge this afternoon. By early this evening, though, with Liverpool having plundered all three points from this match, Chelsea supporters must be wondering whether it is possible for them to pull the covers back over their faces and grab a couple more hours of shut-eye. Their club is stuttering, and the remaining likelihood of their being able to keep up with Manchester City and Manchester United at the top of the table is already only barely visible on the horizon. More troubling still, it is now plausible to ask the question of whether they will be able to hang on to the Champions League place that has come to be regarded as a right in recent years. The defeat certainly leaves the club in a more precarious position than they have been in recent years. They are still level on points with Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Arsenal, but Spurs have two games in hand upon them and will leapfrog them with just a draw against Aston Villa in the last match of the weekend tomorrow night, Liverpool are now nine games unbeaten and Arsenal seem to have overcome the demons that plagued the start of their season. Even if Newcastle United peaked prior to their defeat at Manchester City yesterday, the...

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