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In Sunday’s Non-League Paper… November 25, 2018

Here’s what to expect in this weekend’s Non-League Paper:

– Management certainly hasn’t got in the way of Jamie Cureton’s goal record – the Bishop’s Stortford player/boss has just reached another milestone at the age of 43

– Award-winning author and NLP columnist Ian Ridley meets Ben Robinson, the man who masterminded the rapid rise of Burton Albion

– From park football to the top of the Bostik Premier…we plot the rise and rise of Dorking Wanderers

– FC Halifax Town’s Matty Kosylo is dreaming of his beloved Manchester City as a third-round reward should the Shaymen get past AFC Wimbledon in front of the TV cameras on Saturday lunchtime

– Matt Badcock pens his column on Edgar Davids’ barmy stint at Barnet and other top level players who have underestimated the lower leagues

– David Morgan says Southport can be the pride of Merseyside when they lock horns with cross-city rivals Tranmere Rovers in the FA Cup

– Club focus: We take a look into the success story at Essex Senior League side Sporting Bengal United

– AFC Liverpool are mourning the shock sudden death of joint manager Ben Williams

– Gateshead boss Steve Watson has a promising career in management, according to his former Newcastle United team-mate Steve Howey

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