31st March 2017 - Billericay Town, Hereford, Maidenhead Utd, RefereeSupport, Skelmersdale Utd, & Whitby Town
A bumper classic from the Non League Show team as March draws to a close and the season falls into shape. After much talking recent weeks new Billericay Chairman turned Chairman Glenn Tamplin joins the team and confirms his 20k per week wage bill, his realistic expectations and how he ended up with both top jobs at the club. Next up Peter Beadle who has led Hereford to back to back promotions and feels as much a fan of the reformed club as the manager chiselling his name on the history of the club. One manager not yet assured of his league title is former West Ham United midfielder Alan Devonshire who from the sidelines at training of his club Maidenhead United sounds calmer than most 3 points ahead with 6 games to play. Violence on the field at non league games hit the headline twice this week and Martin Cassidy CEO at independent charity RefSupport explains how the law needs to change to protect the officials in black and in turn protect the future of the game. With ground grading and tenure deadlines due today one man certain of a rough night was Norman Feeney. Vice Chairman at Skelmersdale United whose family have been involved at the club for it's full 135 years and now faces the demise of the club because the landlord won't grant the necessary lease extension. Rounding off an providing why we love non league football is Paul Connolly Press Officer at Whitby Town who explains how the non league network joined together when the club's radio kit was left halfway down the country. Love football, love non league. Get in touch via Twitter @nonleagueshow and vote for us in the British Podcast Awards https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote/ The Non-League Football Show Podcast sponsored by Pitchero, the UK’s no.1 provider of sport club websites.