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Day: November 18, 2012

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 18/11/2012

It’s time for another round-up of action from the world of non-league football with six matches from the length and breadth of football below the Football League. We kick off with the match in the Blue Square Bet Premier between Nuneaton Town and Stockport County, and follow this up with the Blue Square Bet South match between Bromley and Billericay Town. Next up Ryman League Premier Division match between Whitehawk and Leiston, and we then have a match from the Northern League between Dunston and West Auckland. Finally, we have two matches from the Second Round of the FA Vase, between Ash United and South Park, and then finally the match between Berkhamsted and Southend Manor. Our thanks, as ever, go to those that take the time to record, edit and upload these matches. You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking...

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Who Will Save Histon Football Club?

A familiar theme of recent years has been that of the non-league football club that stretched too farm, and it seems likely that this phenomenon will claim another victim in the near future after the cancellation of Blue Square Bet North club Histons trip to Colwyn Bay last week. Yet as with so many clubs playing at this level of the game, recent ups and downs mask a considerably longer history than many will be aware of. The name of Histon Football Club may only have been in the broader public consciousness over the course of the years during which they propelled themselves from the East Counties League to the Blue Square Bet Premier, but should this club end up folding after the events of the last few days, weeks and months, it will be one hundred and eight years of history that disappears from the map. The announcement of the cancellation of this weekends match came as something of a bolt from the blue. There have been rumours of financial difficulty at the club, which is based in a village just to the north of the city of Cambridge, for some time now, though these seemed to have stabilised with the arrival of a new board of directors at the start of the summer. This season, however, has seen the club struggle on the pitch and they are...

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Match Of The Past: AFC Bournemouth

Having now completed the clubs of the Premier League and the Football League Championship, we continue our series of archive matches this morning by kicking off League One with AFC Bournemouth. Our first match comes from the days when the clubs was still known as Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic, and it’s a home match from the Fifth Round of the 1956/57 FA Cup against Tottenham Hotspur. The club changed its name to AFC Bournemouth in 1972, and our second match comes from ten years after this, a trip to Valley Parade to play Bradford City in May 1982, a result which saw the team promoted from the Fourth Division of the Football League. Our third match is another top of the table clash, a trip to The County Ground to play Swindon Town in April 1987. Our fourth match sees them travel to play Hull City during the 1989/90 season, and we round off with a further two away wins, against Brentford from April 1995 and against Peterborough United from January 1996. You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking...

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