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The Non-League Football Paper

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The Non-League Paper is a weekly English sports newspaper based on non-League football. It is published every Sunday. For a short while a midweek edition was also published.

The publication features match reports from the top four levels of English football with round-ups of step five divisions. Results and tables from steps 6 and 7 are also featured as is football in Wales as is a results round-up from the previous week’s midweek matches. In addition, there are a number of pages devoted to news from the non-league scene. During the close season the Paper becomes more feature-based, with reviews of the top leagues and more feature articles.

The paper also features columns from the likes of former player Stuart Hammonds, Sam Elliott and Matt Badcock.

To contact the paper with news or views, click here.

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  • Noah: Something needs to be made very clear here; it's not just a case of success being relative, but a case a lack of incentive for success. It's WAY easier to be a "supporter" of an enviroment were there's change to improve. Arsenal's failures and success have been equally as consistent - that's not bad, but even leaning towards one of the other more is easier to digest emotionally and evaluate rationally. The entire purpose and concept of support is beleif in improvement and change towards the right direction. If one can predict the exact same consequences, then support becomes nuetralised. It becomes redundant. It's easier to experience different mistakes than the same ones. The phylosophy is tired; passing football, tactical naivety, big opposition defeats, frequent injuries, incomplete transfer windows. It's exactly the same. Every. Single. One. The emotions reflect the stratigies and outcomes and it's boardering on the depressive. Put all football fans under the same context and you'll get the same reaction. Arsenal fans are supporters of the club, they're simply no longer supporters of the people in the club, because they, infact, show no support. View Post