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    Re: The Conference and non league football thread

    Other ex Football League clubs at that level include York, Darlington, Stockport and Kidderminster. It can't be great to sink that far but dare I suggest it's not the end of the world.

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    Hope! Leyton Orient can pull through PROPER club, always enjoyed my away days there!

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    Re: The Conference and non league football thread

    Nothing wrong at Orient that a change of manager wouldn‘t fix.

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    Re: The Conference and non league football thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Exe on Valdez View Post
    Nothing wrong at Orient that a change of manager wouldn‘t fix.
    But that is not going to happen for a while according to this Orient statement http://www.thenationalleague.org.uk/...ceptable-42869

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    Re: The Conference and non league football thread

    Yeah right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Devon View Post
    Hope! Leyton Orient can pull through PROPER club, always enjoyed my away days there!
    Proper to55er owning the club after Hearn sold up..

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    Re: The Conference and non league football thread

    AFC Fylde’s journey has the next instalment tomorrow against Wigan in the FAC 2.

    The owner has spent a fortune over the past 5 years(new ground & 3 promotions)
    Their must be something in the air on that small part of the Lancashire coast,near neighbouring Fleetwood had similar financial backing a few years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldsmobile-88 View Post
    AFC Fylde’s journey has the next instalment tomorrow against Wigan in the FAC 2.

    The owner has spent a fortune over the past 5 years(new ground & 3 promotions)
    Their must be something in the air on that small part of the Lancashire coast,near neighbouring Fleetwood had similar financial backing a few years ago.
    In stark contrast to the owners at nearby Blackpool !

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    Re: The Conference and non league football thread

    The remarkable season that our friends Heybridge Swifts are having continues. They have just played their 16th cup tie of the season and beaten Hampton & Richmond in a FA Trophy replay. H&R are joint top of National League South, 2 leagues above them. They now have a trip to Maidstone to look forward to.

    As a result of their cup exploits, in both the FA Cup and Trophy, they have only played 11 league games all season. Grays (remember them!) in the same league have played 24. Extraordinary. Add some dodgy weather in Jan and Feb and they'll be playing Sat-Tue-Thu-Sat for the whole of March and April.

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    Re: The Conference and non league football thread

    Quote Originally Posted by RedPaul View Post
    The remarkable season that our friends Heybridge Swifts are having continues. They have just played their 16th cup tie of the season and beaten Hampton & Richmond in a FA Trophy replay. H&R are joint top of National League South, 2 leagues above them. They now have a trip to Maidstone to look forward to.

    As a result of their cup exploits, in both the FA Cup and Trophy, they have only played 11 league games all season. Grays (remember them!) in the same league have played 24. Extraordinary. Add some dodgy weather in Jan and Feb and they'll be playing Sat-Tue-Thu-Sat for the whole of March and April.
    That is a savage schedule. Read an article on the Beeb recently where the manager said he hopes that their cup runs don't have a negative impact on their league performances (but generally that he was delighted with the cup runs despite that.)

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