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Day: December 18, 2011

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 18-12-2011

After all the excitement of the recent rounds of cup matches in the FA Cup and FA Trophy over the last couple of weeks, it was back to the league for non-league football this weekend, and we have highlights from six matches for you this evening. From the Blue Square Premier, we have the match between Forest Green Rovers and Lincoln City. From the Blue Square Bet South, we have two matches, those between Salisbury City and Maidenhead United, and Dartford and Dorchester Town. We then have a match from the Premier Division of the Southern League, between Slough Town and Bedworth United, then a match from Division One North of the Ryman League, between Enfield Town and Thamesmead Town, and finally from Division Two of the Northern League, between Hebburn Town and West Allotment. Our thanks, as ever, go to those that record, edit and upload these matches. Forest Green Rovers vs Lincoln City Salisbury City vs Maidenhead United Dartford vs Dorchester Town Slough Town vs Bedworth United Enfield Town vs Thamesmead Town Hebburn Town vs West Allotment You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking...

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Wigan, Bolton & Blackburn Labour Under Grey Lancastrian Skies

The absence of the top five or six clubs from much of the schedule for yesterday’s Premier League fixtures may have meant that the eyes of many may have drifted towards the bottom of the table instead. As has been the case for the previous couple of seasons, the bottom half of the Premier League table is starting to look rather congested, with just six points separating the team in tenth place in the table from the relegation places. With the half-way point in the season starting to come into view there is, therefore, all to play for, yet the bottom three places in the table are currently inhabited by three clubs of broadly similar proportions. Wigan Athletic, Blackburn Rovers and Bolton Wanderers are all Lancastrian clubs, living in the perpetually long shadow of their more glamorous rivals, but these three clubs have not reacted in the same way to their currently straitened circumstances. Many of the headlines concerning the foot of the table have concerned the ongoing supporter protests at Blackburn Rovers against their manager, Steve Kean. Yesterday afternoon, Rovers up slipped again in the Premier League, when a late goal from Peter Odemwingie gave West Bromwich Albion a win at Ewood Park. Kean would have the air of being a dead man walking about him were it not for one highly significant matter: he seems to have...

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