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A guide to Wembley Stadium pubs and bars

Are you planning a visit to Wembley Stadium to cheer on your team?

And you would like to find the best places to enjoy a pint (or three) before the big match? Well you’re in luck here’s our guide to Wembley Stadium pubs and bars. (more…)

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Northampton Town’s miracle start to the season

The news that David Cardoza is selling Northampton Town is expected to bring the conclusion to a traumatic saga for the club.

Or rather open another chapter in what has been a remarkable season for the Cobblers in League Two. (more…)

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2015-16 League One predictions

With magazines, newspapers, sports channels, social media pages and pundits predicting final league standings for 2015-16 before the campaign started.

RainhamEndViews decided to be a little different. (more…)

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Coventry City: On borrowed time

It was by Coventry City standards, an eventful transfer window.

That being a few bodies arrived through the in door, albeit one free transfer and yet more loan players. (more…)

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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…)

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Inconsistent Bury facing key spell

Bury were installed as one of the pre-season favourites for League Two..

After putting together a squad over the summer the envy of many clubs in the division above. (more…)

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Using 3G pitches for football

The debate over the use of 3G synthetic pitches in professional football has been ongoing for a few years.

As many organisations like schools and sports clubs are having them installed to save money on maintenance and to generate extra revenue. (more…)

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Hull City: From Boothferry to Wembley

To be honest the last month of the season has been an anti-climax for Hull City.

Since beating Swansea at home at the start of April, a result that meant City had 36 points, the supporters and evidently the players, have willed the Premier League to come to an end to enable us to concentrate on the club’s first ever FA Cup final. (more…)

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Super Swans meteoric rise

These days, Swansea City Football Club are a massive brand, known globally around the world and are competing well in the Premier League.

They are winners of major trophies, and are able to attract big names to the Liberty Stadium. It wasn’t always like that though. (more…)

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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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Swindon Town season review 2012/13

After winning the League Two Championship and reportedly having one of the biggest budgets in the league,

Swindon Town were one of the favourites for promotion going into the 2012-13 season. (more…)

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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…)

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League Two: An end of season preview

The business end of the season is upon us and with less than ten games remaining ..

It is all set to be a fascinating end to the campaign with all to play for at both ends of the League Two table. (more…)

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One Knill to Torquay

League Two strugglers Torquay United yesterday announced the appointment of Alan Knill as the club’s interim manager until the end of the season.

Knill will work with assistant manager Shaun Taylor, who had taken over the first-team reigns because of Martin Ling’s illness which has kept him out of action since late January. (more…)

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A city in crisis? The current state of Bristol football

These are dark times in the City of Bristol..

The red and blue halves of this historical harbour city are joined, possibly for the first time, in a shared sense of worry and despair at the current state of Bristol football. (more…)

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