Posts Tagged "Workington"

The Twohundredpercent Pre-Season Predictions: Conference North

By on Aug 11, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

Last year was pretty clear cut in the Conference North, Alfreton were pretty much definitely going up despite having a ridiculous backlog of games, the play-off places were fairly clear early on and Redditch were dropping like a stone from around February time, but this season it looks set to be a bit closer at both ends of the table and closer still in the middle....

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The (Conference) North/ South Conundrum

By on Jun 12, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 11 comments

When is Worcester further south than Gloucester? When did Bishops Stortford become a northern town? How is it right for a part-time football team to travel 8,000 miles a season? Welcome to a geography lesson, Conference style. The outpouring of angst over Bishops Stortford being shifted from the Blue Square North from the South has been so great it has almost...

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Workington Find That The Long Journey Was Worth It

Workington Find That The Long Journey Was Worth It

By on Feb 1, 2010 in English League Football, Latest, Non-League | 2 comments

It was one of the longest journeys that any club in this country had to make over the weekend, but there can be little doubting that supporters of Blue Square North club Workington AFC will be in no doubt whatsoever that it was worth it. Their trip to South London on Saturday afternoon was to AFC Wimbledon in the FA Trophy required leaving their Cumbria outpost in...

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The Ex Files

By on Aug 22, 2006 in Latest | 4 comments

Well done Accrington Stanley, for dumping Nottingham Forest out of the League Cup last night. A little bit of digging and delving has established that the first round of this year’s competition is one-legged, so a place in the second round and a possible tie against Tottenham’s reserves (an eminently winnable tie, given Spurs’ recent cup form)...

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