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By rwakeley (legacy user)10/6/2014 20:14Tue Jun 10 20:14:22 2014

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Lowestoft just pushed into the conference north. Quick run through the RAC route planner - I reckon its a total of 8000 miles at an average of a 400 mile round trip across the season.
You really do have to feel for them.
Jefferson Louis just gone their on a two year contract as well.
Local derby - Boston United - two and a half hours away.
I'm curious as to the potenial train journeys - let alone the cost!
Makes Essex look inviting.
Hope everybody's well - not long to go!


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Blessing in diguise?

By rwakeley (legacy user)10/6/2014 22:30Tue Jun 10 22:30:53 2014In response to LowestoftTop of thread

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One reason I gravitated to Hendon was due to the formulation of the APL in 1979. I have always held the view that this implementation proved the shift in power in non-league back to the south. Late 70's I thought the NPL & Trophy was a cut above in favour of the north. Different styles of play too boot. Maybe the north would provide a more lucrative option.
My local team Telford won the north last season. By all accounts it's a pale comparison to the south.
Worth talking into consideration.


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