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16th April 2021 - Pyramid Restructure & FA Vase with Anstey Nomads
Tim Fuell is joined by guest co-host David Richardson - Senior Writer of The Non League Paper on this week's show. Their guests this week, the leading voices of the Trident League, the Holy Trinity of Mark Harris - Chairman of the Northern Premier League, Nick Robinson - Chairman of the Isthmian League and Anthony Hughes - Vice-Chairman of the Southern League as they explain the reasoning, next steps and ramifications of the FA moving ahead with the restructuring of Steps 4-6 in the coming weeks. Plus as we reach the FA Vase Fourth Round, Director of Coaching at Anstey Nomads Conrad Logan explains why he is aiming to help the Step 5 club not only to taste Wembley Success like he did as a player but also success off the field as the club look to fulfil their Vision of the Future.
09th April 2021 - Dave Anderson departs & Paul Barnes on Guildford CIty & the FA Vase
As the FA Vase returns with four unplayed Third Round ties Tim Fuell speaks to new Guildford City manager Paul Barnes about taking on a new job in lockdown, preparing for a season, one competitive game at a time and his career thus far in non league.Before that Dave Anderson bows out from the show whilst he takes some gardening leave to concentrate on his new role coaching the goalkeepers at Barnet in the National League alongside Simon Bassey.Plus David Richardson provides his round up of the week's news and views from Non League Paper Towers.
2nd April 2021 - National League turmoil and Julian Dicks back at Heybridge Swifts
Senior Writer at The Non League Paper David Richardson helps Dave Anderson and Tim Fuell decipher the developments in the past week in the tumultuous season in the National League. From no relegation, through points deductions and fines, agent fees and a call for a vote of no confidence in the board.Our guest this week is no stranger to the show but having had another spell coaching back in the Premier League he has returned to non league and his old club Heybridge Swifts for unfinished business. Former West Ham, Liverpool and Birmingham player Julian Dicks admits he just loves football and is looking forward to putting his new part-timers through their paces in training in sessions that will be no different from those he used at West Ham and West Brom as a coach.
26th March 2021 - FA Trophy Semi Finals: Hornchurch and Hereford
As the FA Trophy hits semi-final stage Tim Fuell and Dave Anderson speak to two old friends of the show. First up, Colin McBride, one-time manager, one-time owner / Chairman, now Vice Chairman of Step 3 Hornchurch FC who travel this weekend for a one-off game at Notts County, with a Wembley final at stake. Including a discussion about old skool v new skool approaches to management, it's an interesting insight into how a football club with only games in the FA Trophy keeps going.Steve Burr is no stranger to the FA Trophy with a final appearance as a player and two semi-final defeats as a manager. Now as Assistant Manager with Hereford he hopes to get to Wembley by beating Woking this weekend. Another club whose league programme has been suspended, Steve also chats about his feelings as a Macclesfield legend of the next chapter in that 'club's' history.Rounding up the news in the managerial merry-go-round of non league this week and what's in this weekend's paper is The Non League Paper's Senior Writer David RIchardson.
19th March 2021 - Anthony Hughes - Vice Chairman Southern League
Completing the 'set' of Steps 1-4, Anthony Hughes, Vice Chairman of the Southern League joins Dave Anderson and Tim Fuell to give his insight into the season gone in non league and lessons learnt. A valuable insight into one of the people guiding and representing the non league game at the highest level of administration, his is another honest appraisal of the season gone and the season ahead.Plus David Richardson provides the Non League Paper Round-up in this 80 minute show.
12th March 2021 - Whyteleafe & Dare to Dream
With the birthday boy having a day off, Tim Fuell flies solo and chats with Whyteleafe Chairman Mark Coote about the departure of manager Harry Hudson, reported issues with their ground lease and the many issues facing clubs and club Chairs in particular at this current time.Previewing a free online event taking place Friday evening, Tim also talks to Otis Roberts, CEO of The Jason Roberts Foundation. An interactive Q&A session will give fans, footballers, parents and managers the chance to probe the minds and experiences of five who have experienced the move from non league to the Premier League. Jason Roberts, Nathan Ellington, Jamie Mackie, DJ Campbell and Barry Fry will be on hand offering their insight and advice.Rounding off the show and rounding-up the week's news is David Richardson, Senior Writer at The Non League Paper.
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The show keeps moving around and has had a number of past incarnations, but, it is still the best show for Non-league football news for all you sports fans. No other show like it in the UK or the US. Maybe the world. By the fans for the fans.