Posts Tagged "Kettering Town"

Is This How It Ends For Kettering Town? With A Benny Hill-Esque Chase?

By on Sep 25, 2012 in Finance, Latest, Non-League | 7 comments

There sometimes comes a point at which a football club in trouble passes beyond parody and into what we might at a cursory glance even consider to be satire. That moment, we would contend, came yesterday morning for Kettering Town Football Club when several of the clubs players, who had requested a meeting with the clubs owners over – and there is more of a...

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Kettering Towns Torment Continues

By on Aug 22, 2012 in Finance, Latest, Non-League | 3 comments

Their brave new world wasn’t meant to turn out like this. When Kettering Town moved out of their Rockingham Road ground to the then recently vacated Nene Park, the former home of near rivals Rushden & Diamonds, the aim was surely for a place in the Football League. Last night, however, the club played its first home match of the season in the Premier...

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George Rolls Out Of Kettering Town

By on Jul 6, 2012 in Finance, Latest, Non-League | 5 comments

Farewell for now, then, George. At six o’clock this evening, the Football Association issued a statement confirming that George Rolls, the former chairman of Cambridge United and Weymouth, latterly of Kettering Town, had been found guilty of over 3,000 charges of their rules relating to betting, along with a small number of charges of “Misconduct...

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