- Dec 15, 2016
Penultimate matchweek Salford are at home to Fylde and Orient are away to Solihull. Will go a long way in deciding who goes up.
Stockport finally getting their shit in gear?
I used to go a lot when I was a kid. I saw George Best play in a friendly against Fulham and ran on the pitch and patted him on the back.iNDEED !!
This might just about be the result of the season so far - puts promotion in County's own hands, but everything probbly depends on the result on 20th April v Chorley away.
Would love to go, but my feelings for County don't extend to £ 600 for a return trip which is what it costs on an Easter weekend.
I used to go a lot when I was a kid. I saw George Best play in a friendly against Fulham and ran on the pitch and patted him on the back.
It was fun watching County on a Friday and then United on the Saturday. Shame what the Sale Sharks guy did to them.
I hope they get back to the league proper soon.
I was wrongly thinking two go straight up.Penultimate matchweek Salford are at home to Fylde and Orient are away to Solihull. Will go a long way in deciding who goes up.
Thrown it away last couple of weeks. Losing at home to Blyth last week. Week before that losing a 2-0 lead late in the game to draw 2-2.
Salford have to be gutted there!Salford lose 0-1 at home to Fylde, Leyton Orient drew away to Solhull.
Orient 88 +38
Salford 85 +33
Solihull 85 +30
Should be Leyton Orient's title, at home to relegated Braintree on the last day although Braintree have now won 3 in a row.
The game was played 200 and 250 miles away respectively in fairness!Att of 8000 for the chance to play in the football league. Terrible crowd but just goes to show what artificially doping a club can do. Both Salford and Fylde were playing in the dog and duck leagues in front of 1 man and his dog a few short years ago. Properly run clubs with a budget relevant for the leagues standing don't stand a chance.
"pay what you can afford season ticket" that has a minimum price of £150!
They seem quite competitive. They and Ashton United got relegated to the Northern Premier League as of next season, the rest are the prices for the sides who finished 3rd-14th in it this season so they'll be playing them. Got bored after that."pay what you can afford season ticket" that has a minimum price of £150!
How much do any other teams at their level charge?! Bet not many charge more
you could all help my local side by giving them a quid
made a good appointment in Danny grainger, stadium is hanging in the balance after the local elections and labour getting wiped out from the council. reds will most likely start next season at derwent park.How's it looking up the coast mate, relegation must hurt bad. Any news on the stadium?