Non-League: The Forgotten Football Family

With debate increasing by the day on whether the English Premier League and English Football League should return or not, people are forgetting what has happened to Non-League campaigns up and down the country, lower down the footballing pyramid.     For those who don’t know, they have been disregarded, thrown away, cancelled and VOIDED.Continue reading “Non-League: The Forgotten Football Family”

Benest Doing His Best at St Peters

I caught up with St Peters U18s manager Karl Benest about his sides’ season, and how good an opportunity it is for his young players to compete on the mainland against different opposition in the Kent Youth Cup.   Here is what he said:     How long have you been at St Peters?  Continue reading “Benest Doing His Best at St Peters”

Rainbow’s Remarkable Running Story

As Covid-19 hits the nation, we are limited in what we can do physically, one activity we can do is go out and run.   However, you may not do it to the intensity of Beth Rainbow, who is an extremely determined ultra-runner.   I caught up with her to talk about the amazing racesContinue reading “Rainbow’s Remarkable Running Story”

Powell: St John’s and Football in Jersey on The Up

With the Jersey Leagues suspended until further notice I caught up with St John’s manager Elliot Powell to discuss how his team are doing in the Championship season, as well as touching on different topics such as the level of officiating on the island and David Kennedy being named the new CEO of the JerseyContinue reading “Powell: St John’s and Football in Jersey on The Up”

Bulls Fly Into Record Books After British Airways Win

Jersey Bulls broke the Combined Counties record after their 27th straight win as they beat British Airways at Springfield Stadium on Saturday.   Gary Freeman’s men break Withdean’s record set back in the 2002-2003 season in what is the clubs first season in English football.   Bulls started the game well as the British Airway’sContinue reading “Bulls Fly Into Record Books After British Airways Win”

Bamboozling Bulls Equal Combined Counties Record

Goals from Jonny Le Quesne, Zeljko Martnovic and Sol Solomon gave Jersey Bulls victory against a battling Bedfont & Feltham.   The win means that Bulls equal Withdean’s Combined Counties record of 26 wins in what has been an impressive debut season.   Bulls started on the front foot on Saturday as Luke Campbell headedContinue reading “Bamboozling Bulls Equal Combined Counties Record”

Mcghee’s Alopecia Journey: The struggle to Jersey FA Call Up

Last week Logan Mcghee got called up to the Jersey FA squad after a very impressive season to date with Jersey Wanderers.   He has scored 18 goals in all competitions for the league leaders, and has caught Martin Cassidy’s attention, and deservedly bagging his first call up.   I spoke to the attacker aboutContinue reading “Mcghee’s Alopecia Journey: The struggle to Jersey FA Call Up”

Storm Solomon helps Bulls to victory

Report: Daniel Andrade Photos: Adrian Topley     Sol Solomon scored twice, including a goal of the season contender, to help Jersey Bulls beat Kensington & Ealing Borough. A first Bulls goal for Kieren Stephens along with a Luke Campbell single ensured Bulls scored four without reply to make it 25 league wins from 25Continue reading “Storm Solomon helps Bulls to victory”

Walking Football – A Way Back Into The Beautiful Game?

Walking football – a sport that not many people are aware of, or if they have, often dismiss the idea of playing it because it is not ‘proper’ football.   I spoke to Jody Byrne, a Jersey FA Collas Crill Community Coach, and asked about their latest initiative, why they have started it and howContinue reading “Walking Football – A Way Back Into The Beautiful Game?”