Category Archives: Northern League Day

The Good Agent

Andrew Watchman is a FIFA licensed football agent. He’s also a genuinely lovely bloke. When we asked for people to sponsor the publicity posters for April’s Northern League Day, Andrew and the ever helpful chaps at Corona Furniture Store were … Continue reading

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Northern League Day Gains A Mention

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Ever Onwards

It is, I suppose, the $1 million question: was Northern League Day a success or wasn’t it? For Ryton and Whickham, whose decision to kick off at 11.30 enabled people to take in two games in a day, the answer, … Continue reading

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Northern League Day in Pictures

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That Was Northern League Day

The sun shone on the Tyne Valley and roared on by their third-highest crowd of the season, Ryton Football Club won their first home game of the season – and their first three points in any competition since a 2-1 … Continue reading

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Why the Northern League Matters to Me? #20

What has the Northern League got to do with Newcastle United? Well, if you care at all about the history of your football club, the answer to that is an awful lot. Every single great Newcastle team – including East … Continue reading

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Around the Grounds: Billy, Gilly, Northallerton and Thornaby.

Back when Unibond strugglers Whitley Bay regarded Blyth Spartans as their rivals and not Wearside League neophytes North Shields (who were playing at Wallsend Rising Sun in those days), while Benfield were still the Corner House Sunday morning side and … Continue reading

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