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Northampton Town, Bradford City, Grimsby and Barnet lead chase for non-league ace

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One of the National League South's leading goalscorers Cody Cooke is being chased by a number of Football League clubs, according to the Sunday Independent. Embed from Getty Images The...

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Grimsby Town Fans Banned From Bringing Inflatable Toys Into Barnet’s Ground, Use Crowd-Funding Campaign To Book Mariachi Band Instead

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A group of Grimsby Town fans have taken matters into their own hands afterBarnet issued a decree banning visiting supporters from bringing inflatables into The Hive ahead of Saturday's League Two meeting between the two sides.

The grievance goes back to 2015, beginningwhen Grimsby Town fanBryan Winship was ejected from a National League game against Forest Green Rovers for refusing to let hisbeach ball be confiscated during the game.

Grimsby Town FC Errea 2011/12 Home and Away Kits

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Grimsby Town Football Club is an English football club that finished 11th place in the Conference National during the 2010/11 season following their relegation from the Football League Two at the end of the 2009/10 season. On Tuesday, Grimsby Town employed soccer babes Lyndsay and Fiona to launch their Errea home and away kits for [.

Preston North End’s odd history with the 6-4

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Preston North End's remarkable 6-4 victory over Leeds United has made most of the football headlines today, despite the distraction of the Champions League. It's obviously an uncommon scoreline the first time it's happened in the Football League since 5/3/2005 when Hartlepool lost 6-4 to the now non-league Wrexham.

The Football League Previews 2010/11 – Part 1: The Championship

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In the last of three twohundredpercent Football League season previews (compiled before tonight's match between Norwich City and Watford), Rob Freeman previews the Championship, predicts one of the relegated Premier League sides bouncing straight back up, consolidation for two of the promoted sides, and notices how little transfer activity there is compared to the rest of the league, and how the quality has dropped – again – in the second tier.

Grimsby Town Relegated From Football League

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Grimsby Town have been relegated from the Football League for the first time in 99 years. A dismal run of form earlier in the season had left the East Coast club a mountain to climb after they had at one stage found themselves adrift in the League 2 relegation zone an entire 7 points from safety. The Mariners had showed some positive signs of producing an incredible escape over the last month or so, securing 4 wins and a draw within their last 6 league matches.

End Of Season Crowd Trouble Blues – Part One

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What to make, then, of the events at Kenilworth Road this afternoon? On the one hand, there are plenty of plenty of supporters of other clubs in the Blue Square Premier that seem to hold the viewpoint that serious crowd trouble at a Luton match has been something that has been waiting to happen for some considerable time.

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Saturday 30th March 2013 15.00
Conference

Grimsby Town 0 Barrow 0 Att: 3,532 Ent: £18, Prog £3, Coffee £1.50

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‘I Feel A Bit Deflated’ – Grimsby Town Fan Found Guilty Of Assaulting Steward With Inflatable Shark

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By Chris Wright

Just like that, Greater London gets its first ever reported shark attack

AGrimsby Town fan has beenfound guilty of assaulting a football steward with an inflatable shark.

The incident occurred during Grimsby's 3-1 win over Barnet in the Conference at the tail end of February.

Kaboom! Lincoln City Midfielder Charlee Adams’ First Professional Goal Was An Absolute Bloody Belter (Video)

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By Chris Wright

It was Lincoln City whocame out on top in the Lincolnshire derby on Sunday afternoon, registering their first away winin over four months to claim the spoils over local rivals Grimsby Town with a 1-3 victory.

That said, they had to come from a goal down to do so, with 19-year-oldmidfielder Charlee Adams (on loan from Birmingham City) thundering in The Imps'equaliser shortly before half-time with his first ever career goal and an absolute bloody belter it was too!

The 2013 FA Trophy Final: Grimsby Town vs Wrexham

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Yesterday afternoon in London was one for extra layers. As the Metropolitan Line train rolled out of Baker Street underground station and north towards Wembley Stadium, the slate grey sky darkened, the temperature dropped, occasional flurries of snow lacerated the roof tops and the feeling grew that perhaps we were here on the wrong day of the year.

The 2013 FA Trophy Final: Grimsby Town vs Wrexham

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Yesterday afternoon in London was one for extra layers. As the Metropolitan Line train rolled out of Baker Street underground station and north towards Wembley Stadium, the slate grey sky darkened, the temperature dropped, occasional flurries of snow lacerated the roof tops and the feeling grew that perhaps we were here on the wrong day of the year.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 28-10-2012

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We have six matches for you this evening from the Blue Square Bet Premier, the Blue Square Bet South and last weekends FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round matches. We kick off with Friday nights match between this years surprise package in the Blue Square Bet Premier, Dartford, and Grimsby Town. Our next three matches are all from the Blue Square Bet South.

Best blog even written – How it feels to be a football fan

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Now I'm as optimistic as anyone when it comes to this twat of a football club, but after this afternoon's latest capitulation it's time to wake up and smell the coffee – we're f***ked. Down. Goners. Non-league. To be honest I didn't know how it would affect me, it's not like it hasn't been coming, but tonight I just feel absolutely deflated.

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FA Cup Third Round, Saturday: Open Thread

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One of the highlights of the English football calendar is the FA Cup Third Round where there's the potential of cup upsets. It's also a rare treat for soccer fans to watch teams they don't usually see on television, and to get a good glimpse at what English football is like at the lower levels of the professional game.

A Glorious FA Cup Third Round Tradition Is Here: The FA Cup Map From Billsportsmaps

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Since 2006, sports fan and map connoisseur Bill Turianski has been creating custom soccer maps and posting them to his website to share with fellow sports fans who are enamored with the history, tradition and — most importantly — the location of soccer clubs.

Every year, Bill's website Billsportsmaps.

2012 FA Cup Third Round Draw: City Draw United

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The draw for this season's FA Cup 3rd round was made today with Manchester City drawn Manchester United at hom in what is the draw of the round. There will be only one other all Premier League tie with Newcastle at home to Blackburn, while non-league Tamworth got a dream tie with Everton at Goodison Park.

All is Not Lost

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So, no more Holloway in the EPL this season. So I've been left to troll around the rest of the leagues, trying to find that manager that incites some fire in his players. Someone that has that fight. I think I found him. Introducing, Grimsby Town's Rob Scott. Now, sorry the vid/sound quality is not the best, but basically, a Grimsby Town fan is obviously upset with Scott and the team after

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Quartet arrive to represent Racing Portuense

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Racing Portuense's four latest signings Tom Corner, Josh Dale, Lewis Parker, and Conor Grogan arrived in Spain to join a team that is already full of enthusiasm.

Academy Manager John Gontier was at the airport to receive the quartet and each one of the promising youngsters shared Gontier's excitement about the future of Portuense.

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Non-League Videos Of The Week: 22-04-2012

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It's the penultimate week of the non-league season, and while most of the championship issues have now been resolved there are still relegation places to be filled at the bottom of many of the tables. We've got a mixture of the top and the bottom of the tables for you this evening, kicking off with the bottom of the Blue Square Premier.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 09-10-2011

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The football clubs of the Premier League and the Championship had a break for another round of international matches this weekend, but there were few such luxuries for the butchers, bakers and candlestick makers of non-league football with a round of fixtures which included the Preliminary Round of another competition which has suffered a little damage to its reputation in recent years, the FA Trophy.

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Women’s World Cup: England Enter Tournament With High Hopes

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Never before has women's football ever garnered such interest in England. That's because the Three Lionesses have a team in this World Cup that is considered the best in the nation's history.

The women's game was once banned in the UK, and often ignored, even after its legalization has soared in popularity recently.

The Sweeper: The First Women’s Football League Manager?

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Big Story
There is an excellent interview in the Guardian with England women's football bossÂ
Hope Powell, who led England to their most successful year on the field in 2009, attaining further notoriety that saw her linked with the Grimsby Town management job.

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QPR Report Friday: Next Hull and Hull Perspective...Then Portsmouth...Cooke and Clarke?...New Job for Ex-QPR Physiotherapist

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Stockport County Snap Up Wesleigh Fletcher

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Stockport County have today completed the signing of 19 year old Wesleigh Fletcher.

Fletcher makes the loan move from local rivals Burnley FC.

Fletcher played for the Manchester United youth team while he was at primary school. When he was 13 he joined Liverpool but failed to receive a Youth Team Scholarship (YTS) and was released.

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Which clubs have played each other in all four divisions?

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On the 14th April 1979 Porstmouth and Wimbledon played out a goalless draw at Fratton Park. Wimbledon had recently been promoted to the Football League, whilst Portsmouth were experiencing life in the bottom division for the first time in their history. It must have been inconceivable to the spectators on that rainy afternoon by the sea* (artistic licence employed) that in eight short years the two clubs would face each other in a Division One fixture.

FA Cup First Round Ties -- 6th and 7th of Nov. 2010

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Who will claim the 2010-2011 FA Cup? Will it be Chelsea yet again? It all begins yet again on the weekend of November 6th and 7th.

Colchester United vs Bradford City
Corby Town vs Luton Town
Harrow Borough vs Chesterfield
Notts County vs Gateshead
Stevenage vs Milton Keynes Dons
Southport vs Sheffield Wednesday
Rotherham United vs York City
Havant and Waterlooville vs Droylsden
Bury vs Exeter City
Cheltenham Town vs Morecambe
Hayes and Yeading United vs Wycombe Wanderers
Dagenham and Redbridge vs Leyton Orient
AFC Wimbledon vs Ebbsfleet United
Lincoln City vs Workington or Nuneaton Town
Mansfield Town vs Torquay United
Hereford United vs Hyde Town
AFC Bournemouth vs Tranmere Rovers
Carshalton Athletic or Chelmsford City vs Hendon or Metropolitan Police
Swindon Supermarine or Bath City vs Eastwood Town
Rushden and Diamonds vs Yeovil Town
Southampton vs Shrewsbury Town
Cambridge United v Huddersfield Town
Burton Albion vs Oxford United
Gillingham vs Farnborough or Dover Athletic
Tamworth or Grimsby Town vs Crewe Alexandra
Darlington vs Bristol Rovers
Guisley vs Crawley Town
Brighton and Hove Albion vs Woking
Macclesfield Town vs Southend United
Rochdale vs FC United of Manchester or Barrow
Carlisle United vs Sheffield or Tipton Town
Leiston or Dartford vs Port Vale
Forest Green Rovers vs Northampton Town
Fleetwood Town vs Walsall
Barnet vs Charlton Athletic
Plymouth Argyle vs Swindon Town
Accrington Stanley vs Oldham Athletic
Hartlepool United vs Vauxhall Motors
Stockport County vs Peterborough United
Brentford vs Aldershot Town

Players with double barrelled surnames

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If you're anything like me you lay awake at night sleepless, attempting to name all of the players with double barrelled surnames who played in the Premier League or Football League last season (2009/2010). Well, you can rest easily now with this "cut out and keep" list of all players with double barrelled names who played last season:

PREMIER LEAGUE
  • Benoit Assou-Ekotto (Tottenham Hotspur)
  • Shaun Wright-Phillips (Manchester City)
  • Tal Ben-Haim (Portsmouth)
  • Nigel Reo-Coker (Aston Villa)
  • Seol Ki-Hyeon (Fulham)
  • Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
  • Ji-Sung Park (Manchester United)
  • Cho Won-Hee (Wigan Athletic)
  • Quincy Owusu-Abeyie (Portsmouth)
CHAMPIONSHIP
  • Craig Mackail-Smith (Peterborough United)
  • Jamel Campbell-Ryce (Barnsley)
  • Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading)
  • Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (Blackpool)
  • Gary Taylor-Fletcher (Blackpool)
  • Arran Lee-Barrett (Ipswich Town)
  • Bradley Wright-Phillips (Plymouth Argyle)
  • Sean St.

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An Encounter at Clacket Lane

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Saturday's coach journey to Welling included a fifteen minute stop at Clacket Lane services on the M25. As the coach pulled into the car park I noticed that we were pulling in alongside another coach with the exact same livery. It took a moment for the penny to drop, but eventually it did. My deduction was confirmed by the exclamation of a fellow passenger: 'It's the players' coach!

An Enconter at Clacket Lane

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Saturday's coach journey to Welling included a fifteen minute stop at Clacket Lane services on the M25. As the coach pulled into the car park I noticed that we were pulling in alongside another coach with the exact same livery. It took a moment for the penny to drop, but eventually it did. My deduction was confirmed by the exclamation of a fellow passenger: 'It's the players' coach!

Sometimes Football Doesn't Hurt

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Yesterday was my first day back to work after the Christmas holidays. As I was parking I noticed one of my colleagues had arrived at the same time. He is a dedicated Swindon Town fan, so in order to ease the pain of the first day back at work I decided to walk with him to the office and talk football.

The FA Cup Second Round, Part 2 - The Rub of the Forest Green

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For The FA Cup Second Round, Part 1 - The Madness of Crowds click here.

Changing our position on the terrace took longer than I had realised. By the time we were settled again the match had been underway for several minutes. Luckily, the first few minutes were uneventful. I considered this good news - anytime City square up against full-time opposition from a higher league it is easy to imagine them getting hit hard from the opening whistle.

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Grimsby Town FC 2015/16 Errea Home Kit

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Grimsby Town Football Club will wear their 2015/16 home kit of for the first time [...]

Gender and Football: Much Work to be Done

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Who would you use as an example if you wanted to illustrate the worst kind of idiocy or incompetence on the football field, or indeed in sport generally?

Several names, possibly the directors of major football clubs or members of the ITV commentary team, spring immediately to mind, but the answer, of course, is Your Nan.

FANTASTIC 4 GOAL COMEBACK BY 'BORO' TO PROGRESS IN LEAGUE CUP.

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As I was unable to attend this game last night, here is the report on the game from the official site.Boro were 3-0 down after 20 minutes but still managed to progress to the next stage of the competition thanks to a 93rd minute winner from Chris Jenkinson.Grimsby Borough 3 Scarborough Athletic 4
Chris Jenkinson scored an injury-time winner, as a depleted Boro side fought back from three goals down to win 4-3 in the league cup at Grimsby Borough.

Could they be one of them?

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And so Jake Butler, who I featured days ago, was invited to the FAS centralized trial for the foreign players.

The Kiwi (pictured above, second from left of those standing), together with the 19 other players, will undergo a series of matches to be played over the next few days in hope to land themselves a professional contract in the S.

Ex-QPR Players: "Where Are They Now" Site

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A Masterclass in Getting Pissed-Off

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This may not be really relevant to Barnsley, but honestly, I don't think Mr. Kevin Arderly of Grimsby would care any more. We've all been pissed off at are club at some time. Most of us shout, swear and even drink our grievances away. But, this elderly 'gentleman' doesn't. He goes on this unofficial fan site, and [.

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All the stuff being covered outside the unfriendly confines of the award winning Dirty Tackle...

Dancin' Drogba (minus the siezure legs move), along with Akon, Emmanuel Eboue in a bow tie and oddly shiny suit (did he fall in nuclear waste?), and a late cameo from Salomon Kalou.

The Grimbsy Town Letter In All Its Glory

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Have you seen it yet? You should. You really should. It's a perfect example of the grasp of this thing they all the world wide web. A fan of lowly Grimsby Town very lowly posted a furious letter on an unofficial fan site, and it has sprouted wings and flown off into the [...]