What’s in Sunday’s Non-League Paper?
Here’s what features in NLP #1038…
- BIG INTERVIEW: Hampton boss Gary McCann on his management journey
- DRAWS: FA Trophy and FA Vase draw reaction with Concord Rangers, Aveley, Wroxham and Atherstone
- YES WE SHAN: New Solihull Moors boss Jimmy Shan insists he is no “football snob” after dropping into Non-League to try and fulfil his dream of becoming a successful manager
- ON THE RIGHT PATH: Lee Noble has revealed how close he came to serving jail time before Dartford rescued him from a life on the wrong side of the law
- NO KIDDING: “Manager of Kidderminster Harriers? It’s not something I thought I’d be doing aged 34!” Russ Penn talks about his new role in his latest column
- WHERE NEXT?: Ambitious Glen Driver will weigh up a new contract offer from Leiston in the summer when he decides on his next management step
- CATCH UP: Gateshead star Jordan Preston is happy to be making up for lost time
- HUGO BOSS: The appointment of Hugo Langton was ten years in the making as Lewes chairman Stuart Fuller finally put in his SOS call
- WINTER WINDS: Ciara and Dennis are not the only storms that Mark Molesley has had to weather this last fortnight – the National League South fixture schedule has also threatened to blow his promotion hopes off course
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