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Join Tim Fuell and team every week throughout the season with the biggest stories, the biggest names and the biggest knowledge of everything "nonleague". The longest running Non League Football show in the world.

The Non League Football Show Jibba Jabba Pods

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Join Tim Fuell and team every week throughout the season with the biggest stories, the biggest names and the biggest knowledge of everything "nonleague". The longest running Non League Football show in the world.

    27: 14th February 2020 - Solihull Moors, Leek Town and Lewes FC

    27: 14th February 2020 - Solihull Moors, Leek Town and Lewes FC

    As the world celebrates Valentine's we have our own managerial love-in.
    First up the new man in at Solihull Moors, Jimmy Shan. He tells Dave Anderson and Tim Fuell why he's excited about the job ahead.
    Neil Baker has several years on Jimmy in terms of managerial experience having originally been at Leek Town during their Conference and FA Trophy Final days. After a highly successful time at Crewe Alexandra he's back at Leek and with them top of the table he admits it's probably the best time he's ever had in football.
    It's been a while, but Hugo Langton is back on the show, explaining why the first team job at Lewes was too good an opportunity to turn down.
    David Richardson Senior Writer at The Non League Paper rounds off the show with a quick round-up of the other news of the week including FA Vase and FA Trophy results and the draw for the Quarter-Finals.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    26: 07th February 2020 - FA Trophy, Aveley, FA Vase, Longridge Town plus Worksop Town

    26: 07th February 2020 - FA Trophy, Aveley, FA Vase, Longridge Town plus Worksop Town

    It's the last 16 of The FA Trophy and FA Vase. In the Trophy Aveley from Step 4 entertain Step 2 and managerless Chelmsford City. Aveley boss Keith Rowland renews acquaintance with fellow Northern Irishman Dave Anderson and explains why he came back into management with the Essex club.
    Meanwhile, in the FA Vase, Longridge Town boss Lee Ashcroft knows the visit of Hebburn and their three plus coaches of supporters will be a tough game but also a momentous game in their short history Whatever happens he's going to ensure all at the club enjoy it.
    Hoping to enjoy his club a little bit longer is Life President at Worksop Town Keith Ilet. He's spent 50 years with the club and is now spear-heading a campaign to make sure they raise £30,000 by the end of the month to clear debt for a new Chairman to come in with a new business plan to save the club.
    Editor at Large at The Non League Football Paper Matt Badcock rounds off the show with news on Jamie Cureton's departure from Bishop's Stortford and Kevin Horlock's return to management at Needham Market.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    25: 31st January 2020 - Chester & Ware

    25: 31st January 2020 - Chester & Ware

    In an episode that stakes a claim to a record of featuring the shortest named teams, Tim Fuell and Dave Anderson talk to Anthony Johnson joint-manager at Chester ahead of their trip as third-placed side in the National North to second-placed York City this weekend.
    Ware are top of the Isthmian South Central Division but it's a tight one this season as manager Paul Halsey concedes but he's happy to be the one they are chasing. 
    David Richardson rounds off the show with this week's Non League Paper round-up including the world of football uniting in grief and support for Jordan Sinnott's family, managerial changes at Solihull Moors and Chelmsford City and an addition at Hereford.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    24: Table-topping games, Bath City, Ramsbottom United, Truro City and Hereford changes

    24: Table-topping games, Bath City, Ramsbottom United, Truro City and Hereford changes

    Tim Fuell speaks with three clubs facing big table topping games this weekend.
    First up, Jerry Gill, manager at a resurgent Bath City who travel to Wealdstone in the National South on Saturday. Things are good at Twerton Park on and off the field and he explains why it's not easy but a job he's thoroughly enjoying.
    Tony Cunningham is Secretary at Ramsbottom United the in-form club in the Northern Premier North West Division One. They are currently second but can go top if they can beat visitors Workington Saturday. He's excited for the game and possibly promotion but realistic that as a club they face a familiar problem of an ageing staff at the club.
    He's being inducted into the Weymouth FC Hall of Fame next month but Stewart Yetton is a true legend at Truro City where he played over 300 games, played at Steps 2 -7, won the FA Vase and is now Assistant Manager spearheading an assault on promotion from Southern Premier South back to the National South. As a player, he was the joker in the pack, as a coach he hopes he can channel that experience to inspire the next generation.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    23: Fan-Ownership, Barrow, Enfield Town

    23: Fan-Ownership, Barrow, Enfield Town

    Celebrating the fan-owned club model Dave Anderson and Tim Fuell are joined in the studio by former AFC Wimbledon stalwart Simon Bassey now in the hunt for his first real shot at management.
    The guys talk to Ian Evatt manager at Barrow AFC who has led the side to the top of the National League with games in hand over the chasers and faces a big TV clash this weekend against promotion rivals Bromley.
    On the fan-owned theme Paul Reed Chairman at Enfield Town speaks to the team about their pending 1000th competitive game since formation, how it all began and where it looks to be heading.
    David Richardson from The Non League Paper rounds up the week's news including the FA Trophy and FA Vase and movement on the managerial merry-go-round.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    22: 10th January 2020 - FA Trophy, Dorking Wanderers, FA Vase, Worcester City, West Auckland Town and players leaving Non League for the Football League

    22: 10th January 2020 - FA Trophy, Dorking Wanderers, FA Vase, Worcester City, West Auckland Town and players leaving Non League for the Football League

    As the FA Trophy reaches Round Two, Dave Anderson and Tim Fuell speak with Dorking Wanderers owner and Manager Marc White about his side's chances at home to Stockport County this weekend. There's also talk of a 12th promotion in 20 years.
    The very thought of the FA Vase reaching the last 32 and Round 4 gives Dave butterflies but he's on hand to offer advice to Steve Goode Chairman at Worcester City, who hopes a Vase run to Wembley could be the perfect lead in to them returning to Worcester and a new home at the end of the season after 7 years as nomads.
    Last season Dave took his Chertsey Town to twice losing finalists West Auckland and beat them. This time he's backing the North East club to go all the way as he tells General Manager Stuart Alderson.
    David Richardson offers the Non League Paper round-in a week of big moves for non league stars to Portsmouth, Forest Green Rovers, Peterborough and Bolton and that Bradley Quinton returns to management at Welling United.

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

ginger hanners ,

Love non league

Loving the pod. Great content and cracking interviews with different managers every week. FA Cup stats and facts are really enjoyable. Keep up the good work

Jack 5042 ,

Why don’t you ever do the Bristol area

I’ve listened when you was on five live and you still have not done much if anything from the non league in the Bristol area

JaredYJ ,

Great Non-League Podcast

Really can’t beat Non-League Football! Would be nice to hear Harston Bostocks playing in the FA Cambridgeshire League get a mention though! Lol.

Jared Peppard

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