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WEALDSTONE have no trophy to show for an outstanding season after suffering a gut-wrenching stoppage-time defeat to Lowestoft in the Ryman League playoff semi-final last night.
GORDON Bartlett had two contrasting messages for his Wealdstone players ahead of tomorrow’s playoff semi-final at Lowestoft – mission accomplished but do not stop there.Read
ALEX DYER’s man of the match display saw Wealdstone clinch a playoff spot with victory in their final league game of the season against Concord on Saturday.
WEALDSTONE FC is laying on supporters’ coaches to their Ryman League Playoff semi-final at Lowestoft on Wednesday night.Read
JON-JO Bates ensured Ryman Premier League safety for Harrow Borough with the only goal of the game against playoffs-bound AFC Hornchurch on Saturday.
GORDON Bartlett hailed the character of his Wealdstone side after they quashed AFC Hornchurch’s title hopes and kept their playoff dreams alive into the bargain on Saturday.Read
TOM PETT’s stunning solo goal kept Wealdstone’s playoff dreams alive as they all but ended AFC Hornchurch’s title hopes on Saturday.Read
FORMER England manager Terry Venables is no stranger to Wembley Stadium – but was this week appointed as the new technical advisor at non-league Wembley FC.Read
Underdogs: The Unlikely Story of Football’s First FA Cup Heroes, by Keith DewhurstRead
Win a copy of this footballing literary gem.Read
THE largest home crowd for 27 years saw Wealdstone Football Club play their most important match since they triumphed in the FA Trophy during their sporting heyday.Read
WEMBLEY or no Wembley Wealdstone’s crucial league clash with Metropolitan Police tonight was always going to be a massive psychological test according to boss Gordon Bartlett.Read
BEER giants Budweiser today announced an agreement with Wembley FC that will see them sponsor the non-league football club effective immediately.Read
RICHARD Jolly took his season’s tally to 38 as Wealdstone eased to victory over basement boys Horsham on Monday night.
STUART Pearce and Vinnie Jones were among scores sending messages of support to underdogs Wealdstone ahead of their semi-final clash with Newport on Saturday.Read
HARROW FC new boy Rickelle Christian wants to rebuild his football career after having his name tarnished by accusations of rioting.Read
WEALDSTONE lost ground in their bid for a playoff place on Saturday when they were held at home by championship chasers Billericay.
REALITY FC’s players have suffered online humiliation for breaking club discipline and have been threatened with the sack for criticising referees.Read
HEADSTONE Manor U11s Diamonds produced a dazzling attacking performance on Sunday as they fired seven without reply past Greenford Celtic.Read
A MEN’S Sunday football team for Pinner needs your help to realise a sporting dream involving coaching from Terry Venables.Read
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