Tim Fuell is joined by FC United’s Swampy as they discuss how the imbalances in Non-League and the wider football world could be addressed.
First guest of the evening is Salford City boss Graham Alexander making his debut on the show and highlighting why the owners of the club thought he was the right man to guide them into their next chapter.
A little over two months ago Jimmy Ginnelly had a nice safe, successful job as manager at Barwell FC then he joined the new look Nuneaton Borough to take charge of on the field activities. With the departure of the short-lived Chairman Nick Hawkins this week he now finds himself as Manager, Acting Chairman and the man charged with raising the finance to save the troubled club, but he’s still positive it can be done.
Hayes & Yeading United remain the only club in the top 8 tiers of English football – Premier League to Step 4 of the Non-League pyramid – to retain their 100% winning league record. They are also top scorers across the same 18 divisions with 98 goals in 25 league games. Manager Paul Hughes returns to the show to discuss what the magic formula has been this season and why on Valentine’s evening he is sat late in a radio studio, having already taking his side for training.
Editor at The Non-League Paper, Alex Narey is back to discuss the big talking points of the week including the FA Trophy replay results and Solihull Moors going top of the National League. Plus the vagaries of football management with Lee Sinnott sacked at Gainsborough Trinity despite his side being 6th in the Northern Premier and Dean Brennan quickly back involved after leaving Billericay Town, with a new role in charge at Kingstonian.
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