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Eastleigh's five-game unbeaten run came to an end on Tuesday evening and manager Richard Hill knows they must start scoring goals and winning games.

In-form Truro City set out on the Emirates FA Cup trail on Saturday with a second qualifying round home tie with AFC Portchester (kick-off 3.00pm).

Wick land former Premier League frontman

Thursday, 14 September 2017

The Southern Combination League Division One side Wick FC have announced the signing of former Premier League striker Marcus Bent, pending international clearance.

Chester FC hope to have their new manager in place next week after the deadline for applications for the position closed yesterday.

Ever since Jon McCarthy was sacked as Blues boss last Wednesday a host of names have been linked with the post and the club has been inundated with applications from 'credible' candidates.

The shortlisting of applicants is understood to have taken place over yesterday and today and the club will then look to get candidates in for interview early next week.

Former Solihull Moors manager Marcus Bignot expressed his interest in the position when speaking to The Chronicle and has submitted a formal application, while ex-Tranmere Rovers boss Ronnie Moore is another to have entered the race.

Read more at:

http://www.chesterchronicle.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/chester-fc-hoping-new-boss-13618024

Maidstone to Separate Fans

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Home league and cup games at the Gallagher Stadium will be segregated for the remainder of the 2017/18 season.

Three goals and three dismissals made for an entertaining evening at Blackwell Meadows on Wednesday night as Darlington FC ended a run of seven games without a win with a 3-0 defeat of struggling FC United of Manchester.

Gibbons leave Radcliffe by mutual consent

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Radcliffe manager Joe Gibbons has left the Club by mutual consent.

John Eustace had mixed feelings after Kidderminster Harriers’ 2-1 defeat to Tamworth on Tuesday night.

Paul Cox knows all too well that football has a wicked sense of humour. Now he wants to have the last laugh!

Eastleigh have now gone five without loss, although four of those results have been draws, boss Richard Hill says it is a run he is pleased with.

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