7th April 2017 - Chelmsford City, Ilkeston Town, Aldershot Town, Skelmersdale United and Tranmere Rovers
It's FRI..... not just Friday but Financial Reporting Initiative. Is it working ask Caroline Barker and Dave Anderson as they talk about club takeovers, club uncertainty and club futures. Is it possible to detach emotion from building a football club?
In discussion this week Caroline's beloved Chelmsford City and the value of community run clubs. Ilkeston Town and their promises to the league that they can fulfil their remaining fixtures with Northern Premier League Chairman Mark Harris offering the latest in that long-running saga.
There's an update on the Skelmersdale United situation - now set to groundshare at Prescot Cables, with their Landlord Chequer Properties Ltd offering a response to last week's story over lease negotations or rather lack via their representative Mike Swift.
When's a risk not a risk when it comes to non league football?
Aldershot Town hope move to ‘summer contracts’ will help convince their stars to stay and Chairman Shahid Azeem explains more and how he hopes it will help Gary Waddock build an even stronger squad for next season.
On the field in the National League, Aldershot Town are 5th with Lincoln still top level on points with Trammere - who had a key last minute winner over sutton midweek. Tranmere boss Micky Mellon explains how he is preparing his side for the remaining handful of games.
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