In today’s Non League Football Show Dave Anderson joins Tim Fuell and talks about leading his side Chertsey Town into the next round of the FA Vase as well as top of the table in the Combined Counties League.
At Basford United, promotions have become a regular thing, heavy home defeats haven’t and last weekend’s record-breaking loss saw Chairman Chris Munro so disappointed he offered to refund the entry fee to each and every fan. Just a blip on a rising wave though as Chris explains on his return to the show.
Simon Walton joined Maidstone United as a player in October as part of Harry Wheeler’s new broom, now he finds himself in caretaker charge alongside Tristan Lewis with Wheeler departing over Christmas. Management was never on his radar, especially still being in his early thirties but Walton is enjoying it, although not getting over excited by two wins from three as they head into Saturday’s FA Trophy game at home to Oxford City.
Alex Narey, Editor of The Non League Paper is looking forward to some of the step 3 and step 4 sides stealing the headlines and the glory in this weekend’s FA Trophy games. He also thinks Barnet’s management change over Christmas may have been perfect timing as they look for success as non league’s longest surviving FA Cup representatives, victory in the FA Trophy against Dorchester Town and a play-off place in the National League. Plus why Steve Watson moving from Gateshead to York City isn’t a surprise and possibly creates the best outcome for all concerned.