Podcast 231: Strength in Depth – A History of Non-League Football, Part 9

by | Nov 7, 2020

We reach the penultimate episode of Strength in Depth this morning, and this is the story of the shonky ownership that so many non-league football clubs have endured as speculators – and occasionally criminals – have circled with no intentions of doing anything but helping themselves. From Chester to Clapton, it’s been an uphill battle just to keep some clubs in existence, and supporters have even found that allowing a club to die and rebirthing it has been the best option. Yet from this have come tales of remarkable resilience from supporters who have assumed the responsibility of running clubs.

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