Posts Tagged "St Albans City"

A Welcome Return To Ian Ridley

By on Jun 2, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

We wrote on the subject of the light at the end of the tunnel at St Albans City, now of the Southern League, at the end of last week, and are pleased to be able to update those that had not been paying too much attention over the last few weeks. The club, which has had the smell of dry rot hanging around it for the last couple of seasons, was bought out by local...

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Cautious Reasons For Optimism At St Albans

By on May 27, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

It has been a wretched season for St Albans City. Twenty-five years at the sixth level of the English pyramid -one of which, the 2006/07 season had been spent a division higher in the Blue Square Premier – came to a crashing halt this season in a fog of humiliation, as they were docked ten points for financial irregularities and finished well adrift at the...

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The Shaming Of St Albans City

By on Feb 6, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 9 comments

After almost one hundred and three years, St Albans City of the Blue Square South made their first trip to Wembley in an official capacity on Friday, but there was no silverware to be won from the disciplinary committee of the Football Association. The club had been charged with financial irregularities during the 2008/09 Blue Square South season and the punishment...

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Match Of The Week: Lewes 3-1 St Albans City

By on Nov 14, 2010 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

In heraldry, it’s called The Rule Of Tincture. Metal should never be placed upon metal. St Albans City arrived at Lewes this afternoon with a mix and match kit. Their choice of outfit, yellow and blue striped shirts with white shorts and socks broke this rule – yellow represents gold and white represents silver. St Alban himself, had he a particular...

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Match Of The Week: Luton Town 4-0 St Albans City

By on Oct 24, 2010 in English League Football, Latest, Non-League | 1 comment

It was in March 1983 that I first went to Kenilworth Road. Parents of the children junior school that I had starting attending had recently knitted what they believed to be the world’s longest ever football scarf and we were invited to show it off on the pitch before Luton’s First Division match against West Bromwich Albion, which then featured on Anglia...

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