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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.…
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from Chipping Sodbury manager Jeff Roberts, who’s looking forward to the challenges the new season will bring and Radstock Town Chairman, Simon Wilkinson, explains the reality of running a football club with volunteers covering a 1st team, Reserves and Under 18, in the week the FA launch their Grassroots Strategy.…
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from Portishead Town Captain Nathan Trueman on his continued fight against a rare synovial sarcoma cancer and Danny Greaves, formerly manager of Bradford Town, talks about his memories of the Club and taking the step up to the Southern League with Frome Town.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from the Grassroots Official of the Year, Ella Broad, talking about her journey through the ranks of match officials in both the men's and woman's game and we enjoy an audience with Ollie Bayliss, one of the top Non League football journalists in the country.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast Tavistock boss Stuart Henderson talks about his sides return to competitive football and Calne Town joint manager, Trevor Rawlings, considers the challenges his side face with the curtailed season and potential FA restructure.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast Shepton Mallet joint manager Craig Loxton talks about why he's hoping to get back playing sooner rather than later and Sherbourne Town Chairman, John Bowers, explains why his team off the field are as important as the one on it.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast Western League Chairman, John Pool, talks about the FA's decision to curtail this season and the possibilities that still exist for the FA's restructuring of Non League Football. We also hear from Ref Support CEO, Martin Cassidy, in a no holes bared interview that looks at the impact of match official abuse on social media and…
 
On this weeks podcast Bristol Telephones manager, Jack Richardson, tells us how getting things right off the pitch is helping his side improve on it and Warminster Town's social media mogul, Roland Millward, talks about the benefits social media has brought to his club.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast we hear a tale of two Kit Men. Bristol City's Scott Murray talks about his time in the Western League and MK Dons Ian Lanning looks back on his 1000 games in the boot room and his time running the Radstock Town Under 18s.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast Warminster Town player Owen Bartley talks about why he and his team-mates are raising money for the Warminster and District Foodbank and Bridgwater Town Chairman Bob Buckingham explains why he ran a marathon for #United4Bridgwater.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from Portishead Town Captain Nathan Trueman on his battle against Synovial Sarcoma and Hengrove Athletic Secretary, Martin McConachie, talks about the impact of Covid on Club volunteers and his hopes for the Grove when we get back playing.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from Westbury Manager, Lewis Porter, who explains why the Western League is stronger than its been for many years and how that’s helping Westbury to raise their game. Greg Coulson, Chairman of the Whitehorsemen, talks about the challenges facing all Non League Clubs when football finally returns and we take a trip down…
 
On this weeks podcast, Western League General Secretary, Andy Radford, talks about the FA’s Consultation Survey. We hear from Bridgwater Town's Award winning photographer Debbie Gould and Brislington manager, Lee Perks, explains why he believes his side will be climbing the table when we get back playing.…
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from Western League Chairman, John Pool, explaining the FA’s review into how this season might end. We also hear from groundhopper and budding author, Adam Thurston and Portishead Town manager Eamonn Daly talks about his sides promising start to this season and their ambitions for a campaign they’d like to see through …
 
On this weeks Podcast Western League Vice Chairman, Richard Palette, explains why the League suspended fixtures before the Lockdown and Wellington boss, Tim Legg, explains why the challenge of coming up against so many good teams is the best thing about being a part of the Western League.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast Clevedon Town's co-assistant manager Lee Rendall talks about their impressive form in the FA Vase and why he supports the charity KidsOut and Western League Covid Officer and Fixtures Secretary, George McCaffery, answers your questions!Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast we return to FA Vase action with Buckland Athletic and Cheddar. Paul Froude talks about the challenges of this stop start season and Craig Mawford talks about his ambitions for achieving success at the Theatre of Cheese! Plus another interview with Toolstation Western league Chairman John Pool, discussing the Leagues plans to …
 
On this weeks podcast we hear from the Western League Chairman, John Pool, explaining why fixtures have been suspended until December 18th and former Radstock Town and Chippenham Parkway manager Brett Partner gives the feel good interview of 2020! Plus a special co-host, Ray Johnston, talks about his time in the game and the current Covid crisis.…
 
On this weeks podcast Martin Cassidy, CEO of Ref Support, talks about the important work his organisation has been doing to support the mental health of match officials and Plymouth Parkway documentary maker, Mike Parrish, returns to give his top tips on how Clubs can get the most out of their social media.…
 
On this weeks podcast Wincanton Town’s Dan Wise talks about his 199 consecutives games for the Club, former Western League winner, Richard Fey, looks back on his time in the League and Tom Hore from Bristol Mind explains the importance football plays to our mental health.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast Cribbs manager, Richard Luffman, talks about taking on the challenges of the Western League Premier Division and Calne Town’s joint-manager, Ben Redford, speaks from the heart about coping with this disappointment of last seasons voided campaign and going back into Lockdown 2.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks podcast, Bridgwater Town joint manager, Dave Pearse, talks about his frustration at entering lockdown just as his side hit form and Warminster Town boss Andy Crabtree discusses the no-nonsense approach that has helped his side make such an impressive start to this seasons campaign. Plus we hear from Western League Chairman, John Pool,…
 
On this weeks podcast Clevedon Town assistant manager Lee Rendall explains his Clubs unique management model and Wells City joint-manager, Tom Clifford Jones, talks about the lessons his side have learnt from their inconsistent start to their League campaign.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast Tavistock’s Stuart Henderson explains why he believes anyone chasing the Premier Division top two can’t afford to lose more than four games this season and Ryan Child talks about why bringing a siege mentality to Southfields is going to bring success back to Radstock Town.Western Football League による
 
On this weeks Podcast Longwell Green’s Joe White explains how his young side have used the FA Vase to build their confidence and Lee Davidson talks about why he felt the Bradford Town job was too good to miss and the rebuilding project he’s doing to bring success back to Trowbridge Road. We also hear from George McCaffery, the Western Leagues Covid…
 
On this weeks podcast Mitch Hodge discusses his ambitious plans for Premier Division Cadbury Heath and Cheddar manager, Shaun Potter, explains why his side really do take every game as it comes. Plus a special interview with Western League Covid Officer George McCaffery explaining the latest FA guidance.…
 
On this weeks podcast Shepton Mallet joint Manager, John Durbin, talks about the strength in depth across the Premier Division this season and Ashton & Backwell manager, Stuart Jones, describes the challenges of holding a half time team talk on the pitch.Western Football League による
 
On the first Podcast of this season Bitton manager Dan Langdon reflects on his Clubs historic FA Vase semi final, Lebeq manager Aaron Wilson talks about his sides development over last season and film maker, Mike Parrish gives an insight into his outstanding Plymouth Parkway documentary Round Our Way.…
 
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