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The fascinating story of the other Upton Park

The Upton Park area of London has had close links with West Ham ever since the club moved to the ground in 1904.

Thanks to the statue of West Ham’s three World Cup winners, the area maintains a lasting monument to its contribution to what remains English football’s greatest achievement. (more…)


The rise of Michail Antonio

Michail Antonio from non-league to national team.

When the recent England squad was announced, many expected West Ham players to star. (more…)


Italy can look back on Euro 2016 campaign with pride

Italy have proved all the doubters around the world wrong, producing a terrific Euro 2016 campaign.

Antonio Conte’s men entered the tournament with the so-called “worst squad in the country’s history”. (more…)


Maidstone United: Making their way back

At 5.30pm on Saturday evening Maidstone United will line-up in front of the BBC Wales cameras,

As they visit Conference Premier side Wrexham in the second round of the FA Cup. (more…)


AFC Wimbledon – Beating the franchise

Some football matches are more important than others.

Cup finals, relegation six-pointers and local derbies all mean more than your average game. (more…)


Luton Town return is good for Football League

After a five year absence from league football,

Luton Town have secured their return after they clinched the Conference title. (more…)


Mind yer eyes! Probably the worst football shirts of all time #2

It’s that time again folks!

We’ve added a second batch of photos in our worst football shirts of all time series. (more…)


Wrexham: It was only a matter of time

I have to be honest,

I did think for a split second earlier in the season that I may not get to write a blog post with Wrexham picking up back to back victories beforehand but luckily that concern was short-lived. (more…)


Uncharted territory for Andy Morrell

It’s been a couple of weeks since the last blog post, mainly because I figured adding to the negative press Wrexham was already getting wasn’t worth it.

Plus being the glass half-full guy I am I was hoping the run of defeats would end at two! (more…)


Paddy Power Park: How to lose credibility and alienate fans

August 12th may be a date that changes the history of Farnborough FC forever.

Rumours were abound that the club had agreed a unique sponsorship deal with Paddy Power, Europe’s largest bookmaker. (more…)


Financial Fair Play: If only the Conference would follow suit

Now that financial fair play rules have to be a serious consideration for most football clubs..

They now have to show a financial sustainability that they haven’t had to in previous years, this is putting extra pressure on football clubs to live within their means. (more…)

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New blog, new season, same expectations

After the heartache of Wembley last season, Wrexham are again one of the favourites to get promotion from the Conference this season.

The difference this season being relying on youth and raw potential not experience. (more…)


2012/13: An incredible season for Welsh football, but..

To the casual eye, the 2012/13 season was a great one for Welsh clubs playing in the English football pyramid.

From the top division down to the fifth, Wales’s biggest clubs were enjoying a year like no other, as Cardiff City stormed to the nPower Championship title and neighbours Swansea City qualified for Europe via their Wembley Capital One Cup final win over Bradford City. (more…)


Altrincham FC: Is a return to the glory days back on the cards?

The FA Cup has always been a glamorous cup competition in England, so just what is the reason for this?

Some say they adore the unwritten cup upsets which just shouldn’t happen – whilst others just watch the oldest cup competition for the love of the game. (more…)