Relegation from the Football League at the end of last season was a bitter blow for the supporters of Aldershot Town Football Club, but it hasn’t taken long for it to start to feel as if even this was only the beginning of the the club’s problems.
Yearly Archive: 2013
The decision of the Football Association of Wales to force Barry Town United and AFC Llanelli to start again at the very bottom of the Welsh pyramid has been heavily criticised, and rightly so.
Coventry City have new buyers, but they look suspiciously similar to the old owners of the club.
A power play is taking place at Coventry City FC which sums up the very worst of football club ownership issues in 2013.
With the assistance of Hartley Hare from Pipkins, and with a little assistance from the fact that by 1986 Peter Shilton had the jumping capabilities of a sack of King Edwards, says our cartoonist.
We take our victories where we can, and Bolton Wanderers supporters’ win against a payday lender was a big win for those concerned.
It is a story that, depending on which side of Glasgow football’s ‘Old Firm’ fence you sit, either keeps on giving or won’t go away, even if its central figure since last May supposedly has gone away.
Franchising remains a taboo subject in England, but it has happened on several occasions before in Scotland, perhaps most notably when Airedrieonians went bust in 2002.
He’s back! Or is he? Modern football’s ultimate bogeyman is rumoured to be sniffing around yet club in the north-west.