Posts Tagged "Chelmsford City"

Video Of The Week: Non-League Special

By on Nov 14, 2010 in Latest, Video | 1 comment

We’re returning this week to a theme that we touched on a couple of weeks ago, with highlights from some of the matches played in the non-league game over the last few days. We kick off with a top of the table local derby from the Ryman League Premier Division that was played last Tuesday night between Sutton United and Kingstonian. A crowd of not far short of...

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125 Years Of Lewes FC

125 Years Of Lewes FC

By on Sep 19, 2010 in Latest, Non-League | 2 comments

They had talked, during the week, of what the crowd might be on Saturday. That the average home crowd of Lewes FC in the Blue Square South has risen by fifty per cent this season in spite of being near the bottom of the table says something in itself about the moves that are already being made to restore the links between the clubs and its community, but the...

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Match Of The Week: Dartford 1-4 Chelmsford City

By on Oct 11, 2009 in English League Football, Latest, Non-League | 1 comment

Non-league football has a tendency to be more transitory than league football. There remains a culture of boom and bust within the non-league game and this has always existed, but sometimes a match is thrown up which represents something more solid and more permanent and so it was with this afternoon’s FA Cup Third Qualifying Round match between Dartford and...

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The Late Jim Thompson

By on Jan 27, 2009 in Non-League | 0 comments

The death of Jim Thompson last week was a passing that left most people in the non-league game with mixed feelings. On the one hand, Thompson was the chairman of the Steering Committee which led to the formation of the Alliance Premier League in 1979. Within eight years, the closed shop of the Football League would be gone forever, and non-league football would...

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Match Of The Week – St Albans City 1-2 Chelmsford City

By on Aug 25, 2008 in Non-League | 0 comments

Throughout my youth, going to watch St Albans City play wasn’t something that ordinarily provoked the senses very much. The Saints were experts at finishing somewhere between sixth and seventeenth in the league never unduly troubling the top or bottom of the table. I don’t really know how I would have coped with going week in, week out over the last few...

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