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On our season finale Podcast South West Peninsula League Secretary, Phil Hiscox, joins Western League Chairman, John Pool, to discuss Project South West and the proposal to merge the two Leagues and Bridgwater United owner and CEO, Adam Murry, celebrates his sides Les Phillips Cup win and sets out his ambitions to make the Robins a force on and off…
 
On this weeks Podcast Welton Rovers Secretary, Gareth Paisey, reflects on his sides Play Off Final win, what Welton manager Tom Smith means to the Green Army and his thoughts on life in the Premier Division next season and Cadbury Heath manager, George Boon, explains why this has been a season of two halves for the Heath and why that little bit of …
 
On this weeks Podcast we focus on the First Division Play Off race. Welton Rovers manager, Tom Smith, talks about the impact the derby win over Radstock has had on his sides end of season form and Warminster Town boss, Andy Crabtree, explains why he’s fallen in love with the Play Offs, despite his side finishing runners up in the League.…
 
On this weeks Podcast we celebrate our promoted Premier Division sides Tavistock and Exmouth Town. Stuart Henderson, manager of the Toolstation Western League Champions Tavistock, talks about what it took for his side to get over the line and reflected on Tavvy’s time in the Western League. Exmouth Boss, Kevin Hill, reflects on a phenomenal run of …
 
On this weeks Podcast, Bridgwater United manager, Dave Pearse, talks about "Pearsey time" and looks back on a good season that’s still got something to offer and Sherborne Town Chairman, John Bowers, celebrates his sides First Division Title win and explains why he’s relishing the challenges promotion will bring his ambitious side.…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Shepton Mallet joint manager, Craig Loxton, explains how he’d like to take Mallet to the next level after another impressive season in the Premier Division and Devizes Town joint manager, Alex Blake, talks about the importance of the Clubs Under 18 players to the first team and what that means to the way the Club goes about i…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Tavistock boss, Stuart Henderson, talks about his sides promotion chances and explains why some of the hardest games his side have had this season have been against teams in the lowest League positions and Longwell Green Sports manager, Chris Alway, talks about his young sides development and explains why he describes Longwel…
 
On this weeks Podcast, George McCaffery, the Toolstation Western League Fixture Secretary, talks us through how he thinks Promotion and Relegation is going to work this season. We are also hear from Katie Andrews, Co-Chair at Street, as she explains what the Club are doing to welcome local fans into the Tannery and why family is so important to the…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Clevedon Town manager, Alex White, looks back on his sides unbeaten run and the development of his talented young team and Cheddar manager, Craig Mawford, explains why he’s still committed to targeting the First Division Play Offs all the time its mathematically possible and why he believes the Cheesemen are due a bit of luck…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Wellington manager, Tim Legg, described the joy of a last minute equaliser and reflects on why the top sides in the Premier Division are so difficult to beat and Hengrove Athletics Jamie Hillman explains why he continues to put his trust in the Clubs young players, despite some inconsistent results this season.…
 
On this weeks Podcast we celebrate our 200th episode with a bumper crop of four guests. Martin Cassidy from Ref Support gives an update on their bodycam campaign and the role the Western League have played in it. Saltash United boss, Dane Bunney, talks about the importance of being able to grind out results when his side aren’t at their best. Warmi…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Keynsham Town manager, John Allen reflects on Keynsham’s first full season in the Premier Division and explains why he feels his side have found the perfect balance between defence and attack and Portishead Town manager, Eamon Daly, looks back on what might have been against the top sides in the First Division and looks ahead…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Exmouth Town manager, Kevin Hill, congratulates his volunteers on getting Saturdays game on and reflects on what could be a historic season for the Town. In the First Division we hear from Wells City boss, Shaun Potter, who reflects on why his side always seem to turn up against the bigger sides and the work he’s put in to de…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Buckland Athletic boss, Paul Froude, reflects on his sides heart-breaking exit from the FA Vase and the difficult lessons they’ve had to learn this season and Oldland Abbotonians manager, Paul Weeks, reflects on his young sides learning curve this season and how improved game management will help their aspirations for a title…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Cadbury Heath manager, George Boon, talks about how his sides impressive win over Exmouth has been born out of tightening things up at the back and Welton Rovers Tom Smith explains how he steadied the ship and put the Green Army back on course for a title run in.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast, Ilfracombe Town’s Clem Bennellick explains why its so important his team plays with a smile on its face and Radstock Town’s Ryan Child talks about the First Division promotion battle and why a promotion play off with Welton Rovers could be brilliant for the Western League.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast, Ashton and Backwell assistant manager, Jim Williams, explains why he believes his side have turned a corner and things are looking up at the Lancer Scott Stadium and Lebeq United manager, Curtis Reid, reflects on where his side need to improve to realise his ambition to compete for promotion.…
 
On this weeks Podcast, Mousehole’s Jake Ash explains why, despite his Clubs lofty League position, he’s found the competition in the Western League relentless this season and Odd Down assistant manager, Jason Maggs, talks about the rebuilding project his side have been on and why he believes this is the time in the season when the cream rises to th…
 
On this weeks Podcast Bridport manager, Shaun Annetts, talks about his efforts to stabilise and rebuild the Bees, Bishop Sutton 1st team coach, Dean Horseman, explains the benefits that come from consistent team selection and Ref Support CEO, Martin Cassidy, gives an no holes bared account of his organisations ongoing fight against the abuse of mat…
 
On this weeks Podcast Buckland Athletic manager, Paul Froude, explains why he believes there are better things to come from his young side in the Western League and Wincanton Town’s Chris Wise explains why he’s taking each game at a time as his side climbs towards the very top of the table.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast Brislington boss, Lee Perks, explains how his side have come through a difficult few months and should be looking up the League table rather than down and Warminster Town manager, Andy Crabtree, talks about his Clubs resurrection and what it takes to get things right on and off the field.…
 
On this weeks Podcast Shepton Mallet joint manager, Craig Loxton, talks about his exciting young side and why he believes Mallet will go from strength to strength in the second half of this season and Tytherington Rocks manager, Jake Edwards, reflects on the learning curve his side have been on since joining the Western League, as well as telling u…
 
On this weeks Podcast Bridgwater United manager, Dave Pearse explains why the Robins are a different side at home and Colin Goodland talks about how he managed to put together a history of Sherborne Town and what the Club have in common with West Ham United!Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast Helston Athletic manager, Steve Massey, talks about his sides exciting start to life in the Toolstation Western League and his personal journey to the Blues dugout and Almondsbury boss, Joe White, explains how his side got the better of the previously unbeaten First Division leaders, Welton Rovers.…
 
On this weeks Podcast Toolstation Western League Fixture Secretary, George McCaffery, explains the new format for this seasons Les Phillips Cup and Longwell Green Sports Chairman, John Gibbs, talks about his Clubs journey to redevelop their Shellards Road ground.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast we hear from Wellington manager, Tim Legg, who’s side are making history in the FA Vase and the AEK Boco boss, Spencer Thomas, explains why fans can enjoy a great reception at Greenbank Recreation Ground and why his Club are so committed to developing young players.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast we hear from two table topping managers. Stuart Henderson explains why consistency will be key to his Tavistock side maintaining top spot in the Premier Division and Welton Rovers, Tom Smith, talks about the psychology he’s using to maintain his sides unbeaten start to this season.…
 
On this weeks Podcast we hear from Keynsham Town manager, John Allen, who explains how careful recruitment has helped his side at both ends of the pitch and Gillingham Town manager, Paul Down, gives us a whistle-stop tour of his Club’s new Woodwater Lane ground.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast, Clevedon Town manager Alex White explains why he believes the Premier Division is the strongest it’s been for years and Cheddar’s Craig Mawford explains why he’d back his side in a promotion play off but he’s still targeting top spot.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast we hear from Kevin Hill, the Exmouth Town manager, who explains why his Jekyll and Hyde team are going under the radar this season and Paul Weeks, the Oldland Abbotonians manager reflects on a memorable win in the FA Vase over Helston Athletic.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast we hear from Mousehole manager, Jake Ash, who explains why he resorted to the half time hairdryer to get 3 points against Clevedon Town and Wincanton Town manager, Chris Wise, reflects on the legacy that Covid has had on player availability and the impact that’s had on his sides start to this season.…
 
On this weeks Podcast we hear from Buckland Athletic manager, Paul Froude, who reflects on his sides excellent start to the season, despite the challenges he’s had with player availability and Portishead Town manager, Eamonn Daly, describes how looking differently at the way his players engage with and enjoy football has been crucial to their resur…
 
On this weeks Podcast we hear why Ilfracombe Town manager, Clem Bennellick, is delighted by the start his side have made to life in the Western League and Jamie Hillman explains why honesty has been the best policy in turning around Hengrove’s season.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast, Cadbury Heath manager, George Boon, talks about the challenges he’s faced rebuilding his squad from the start of the season and we hear from another team in transition, Almondsbury, where Joe White has been building confidence in his new side.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast, Brislington manager, Lee Perks, talks about the reality of competing in this years Toolstation Western League Premier Division and Wells City manager, Shaun Potter, sets out his ambitions for this season and why his side are taking things each game at a time.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast Bitton manager, Dan Langdon, explains why he believes his side will continue their excellent start to this season and Radstock Town manager, Ryan Child, tells us why his season starts now, following the Miners impressive win over Sherborne Town.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast Shepton Mallet joint manager John Durbin reflects on his sides excellent start to the season and their impressive win away at Melksham in the FA Cup, whilst Warminster Town's Andy Crabtree explains what it means to be a community club.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast Bridgwater United manager, Dave Pearse, explains why he believes 9 teams can win the Western League this season and Sherborne Town chairman, John Bowers talks about why he believes getting things right off the pitch helps to get results on the pitch.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast we preview the new Western League season with South West Sports News journalist, Ross Reid. We also hear from the League Fixture Secretary, George McCaffery, explaining how the League will be managing fixtures as we continue to live with Covid.Western Football League による
 
This week's epic Podcast brings the curtain down on the Covid season. Starting with Bradford Town's triumphant Les Phillips Cup winning manager, Lee Davidson, we also hear from Bitton's Secretary James Skinner, Mousehole's Jake Ash, Plymouth Parkway Chairman Mark Russell, Calne Town's Ben Redford and the dynamic duo from Devizes Town, Stewart Swan …
 
On this weeks podcast we look back on the Les Phillips semi final matches. Bridgwater Town joint boss, Dave Pearse, describes how his side gained revenge of Tavistock for their FA Vase defeat and Bradford Town manager, Lee Davison, explains why winning the Les Phillips Cup would be the perfect way for the Bobcats to leave the Western League.…
 
On this weeks podcast we review the new League line-up. We also hear from Bradford Town's Lee Davidson, who is hoping to leave the Western League with the Les Phillips Cup and Oldland Abbotonians, Clayton Woodman, talks about exciting developments off the pitch that he's hoping will help his side on the pitch next season.…
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from Hallen boss, Dean Horseman, on how his Club have been preparing on and off the pitch for the return of football and Hengrove Athletic manager, Jamie Hillman, looks forward to a brighter future for his Club next season.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast the Chairman of the Western League, John Pool, sets out what the FA’s restructuring plan will mean for our Clubs. Plymouth Parkway manager, Lee Hobbs, reflects on his sides win in the FA Vase and Luke Palmer, a player at Bristol Telephones, explains why he’s raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.…
 
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