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JASON Goodliffe appears ready to commit himself to another season as assistant to Dave Anderson at Harrow Borough.Read
HARROW Borough must sweat on their Ryman Premier League safety for a little longer after their most wretched performance of the season on Saturday.
DAVE Anderson believes his Harrow Borough side are on the brink of safety, but has urged them to finish the job against fellow strugglers Lewes on Saturday, writes Jon Batham.Read
RYMAN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Harrow 4 Enfield Town 2Read
WEALDSTONE’S march to the Ryman League Premier Division playoffs gathered pace as they claimed bragging rights in yesterday’s Easter Monday derby with Harrow Borough.
SIMEON Akinola scored on his return from injury to help Harrow to three precious points in their fight against relegation last night.
HARROW Borough sunk deeper into the relegation mire after suffering the equivalent of a mugging at the hands of Metropolitan Police last night.
A WEEK is a long time in football - just ask Elvijs Putnins.
CHARLES Ofusu-Hene declared this week he would be happy to make his move to Harrow Borough a permanent one if it meant getting regular starts.Read
RYMAN PREMIER DIVISION
ROB WOLLEASTON challenged Harrow Borough’s new boys to be inspired by the Boxing Day derby atmosphere.Read
FRANKIE Merrifield and Emmanuel Akokhia have already made a big impression at Harrow Borough, according to assistant manager Jason Goodliffe.Read
YASSINE Fehmi-Gil admits he needs to put some beef on his bones if he is to prove the man for Harrow Borough’s midfield crisis.Read
HARROW Borough new-boy Joakim Ehui is happy to admit he is very much a work in progress.Read
DAVE Anderson warned Harrow Borough fans this week to expect his team’s rollercoaster ride to continue for some time yet.Read
HARROW Borough are facing up to the possibility of losing four key players ahead of this weekend’s visit by Canvey Island.Read
TAKING the banter of the training pitch out on match day is the key to turning around Harrow Borough’s stuttering season.Read
DAVE Anderson was so disillusioned by the officiating in Harrow’s defeat to Wingate and Finchley on Tuesday night that it left him considering his future.Read
DAVE Anderson insisted this week he is not ready to push the panic button yet at Harrow Borough.Read
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