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Smith appointed 1st Team manager

Graham Smith has been appointed BRFC senior 1st team manager for the forthcoming 2013/2014 season. There were a number of candidates interested in the role, but Graham caught the eye of the BRFC committee with his views and ideas on football and his vision for the future direction of the 1st team and the club. 

Grahams playing career included being part of the Bournemouth AFC Academy, captain of the Dorset County team and he was a major part of the successful Swanage team that went unbeaten for 7 years. Unfortunately a serious knee injury saw an end to his playing career, and he now wishes to return to football with a coaching/managerial role. 

At his first press conference Graham stated that ‘ he was an admirer of Bere Regis F.C’s ethos and traditions. Over the forthcoming season, he would challenge the players to produce their best football whilst at the same time making football and training enjoyable for all of those taking part’. The only negative is that he is a Gooner, but even so we wish him all the best for the forthcoming season.

2nd Team

Pete Macklin will continue as 2nd team manager with Mark Bennett as his assistant, and it is hoped that they will continue the good work that they started last season with the development of the younger players.

Veterans

Rob White and A D Moore will continue with their roles in running the veterans team.

BERE REGIS FOOTBALL CLUB - MEN's SIX-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT

SATURDAY 1st JUNE 2013


Was won by Harry's Sports Bar.  See photos by clicking here.

BERE REGIS FOOTBALL CLUB
LADIES SIX-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT

Was won by  Portland Ladies.  See photos by clicking here.

RUSSELL HEWITT OBE (Old Bear ‘Ed)

Russell has been involved with Bere Regis Sports Club for the past 42 years. On the football side of things, he has graced the hallowed turf of Bere Recreational Ground on countless occasions with his cat like agility between the sticks, but following his decision to end his playing career, he then became manager of the club during the 2008/2009 season.

During his 5 year spell in charge at the club, he proved himself to be an organiser and motivator who made his teams hard to beat and he has earned high respect from many in the way he has presided over remarkable consistency in the league. Although it is undoubtedly his and our regret that he did not win a trophy in his years as manager of Bere Regis or get the team promoted to the much coveted Senior league (narrowly missing out on a number of occasions) he has won so many admirers in keeping Bere Regis in the top six of the Dorset Saturday League Division 1 in his time in charge. Highlights of his managerial career include a 16 game unbeaten run in the 2009/10 season and taking B.R.F.C. to the semi finals of the Dorset Senior Trophy for the first time in the clubs history during the 2010/2011 season, taking some notable scalps on the way.

His impressive managerial record stands at;

2008 - 2009  6th  35 points from 20 games
2009 - 2010  3rd  53 points from 26 games,
2010 - 2011  3rd  34 points from 20 games
2011 - 2012  5th  45 points from 26 games
2012 -2013   6th  34 points from 26 games

League; 

Managed 120   W 60  D 18  L 42  Points 196   50% win rate                      
Cup; Managed   11   W   6  D   0   L   5               55% win rate

Even at 50+ something he was still as fired up and committed as ever, and his decision to step down will shock the local and the footballing community.  The timing of his announcement has been timed to prevent the gloss from being taken away from Sir Alex Ferguson and others who find themselves in a similar situation.

He is a great divider of opinions but who can argue with the remarkable stability, discipline and professionalism he has brought to the club, He is one of Bere Regis’s most respected figures and Bere Regis F.C. now faces a huge decision on choosing a successor.

Thank you Russell (and good luck Peggy!)




WANTED - FOOTBALL PHOTOGRAPHS

Mark Bennett is trying over the next few months to build up a pictorial history of Bere Regis Football Club. Any old photographs would be very much appreciated to help with this project. If you have anything of interest I would be delighted to see it. Contact Mark Bennett (48 Elder Road / 01929471011 / 07751 260458). I hope to hear from you soon.

FOOTBALL FIXTURES

Wednesday 17 April (Kick off 6:30pm)

Dorset League Division 1 (ref; P Watson)

Poundbury Rovers vs. Bere Regis


Saturday 20 April

Dorset League Division 1 (ref; R Brittain)

South Cheriton vs. Bere Regis


Dorset League Division 3 (ref; P Hofmann)

Bere Regis Reserves vs. Sturminster Marshall Reserves


Sunday 21 April

Dorset Veterans League Division 1 (Kick off 10:30am) (ref;tbc)

No Game


Under 10 Dorset Mini Soccer Section C (Kick off 2pm)

No Game


Wednesday 24 April (Kick off 6:30pm)

Dorset League Division 3 (ref; A Stephenson)

Bere Regis Reserves vs. Stickland United


Saturday 27 April

Dorset League Division 1 (ref; tbc)

No Game


Dorset League Division 3 (ref; K Brown)

Bere Regis Reserves vs. The Belvedere Inn


Sunday 28 April

Dorset Veterans League Division 1 (Kick off 10:30am) (ref; tbc)

No Game


Under 10 Dorset Mini Soccer Section C (Kick off 2pm)

Wimborne Town Youth vs. Bere Regis


Wednesday 1 May (Kick off 6:30pm)

Dorset League Division 1 (ref; S Griffiths)

Swanage Town & Herston vs. Bere Regis


Wednesday 8 May (Kick off 6:30pm)

Dorset League Division 3 (ref; R Batchelor)

Lytchett Red Triangle vs. Bere Regis Reserves


Sunday 19 May

Dorset Veterans League Division 1 (Kick off 10:30am) (ref; tbc)

Lytchett Red Triangle Vets vs. Bere Regis


Sunday 26 May

Dorset Veterans League Division 1 (Kick off 10:30am) (ref; tbc)

Medway Old Boys vs. Bere Regis




Match Reports and Results

Dorset Saturday football league Div 1.

09/03/13   Bere Regis 8  Swanage Town Reserves 3
Goal scorer – T.Holmes x3, G.Rose x3, J.Sanders x2

30/03/13   Wincanton 1  Bere Regis 2
Goal scorer – M.Elford, J.Sanders

Dorset Saturday football league Div 3.

02/03/13   Stalbridge2  Bere Regis Reserves 2
Goal scorer – C.White, K.Cox

30/03/13  Bere Regis Reserves 1  Owermoigne 5
Goal scorer – A.Curtis

Dorset Veterans league

 23/02/13   Bere Regis Veterans 1  Ship Inn Wool 5

Not a good day at the office for the Bere vets as a lack of matches and fitness due to the woeful weather over the previous months took its toll, and Bere were defeated at home by a strong Wool side. However the scoreline could have been totally different as Bere rued a number of missed opportunities. With the match official not turning up, Adam Rogerson kindly took to the whistle and it appears that the saying that ‘there is no such thing as a homer’ is true (except for a couple of instances!).

Despite going a goal down as per normal, Bere controlled the game for the next half an hour and created more chances than their opponents only to find that when they were given a chance from the penalty spot, to dispel the myth of ‘no such thing as a homer’, Bere sportingly put it wide. EARL DACRE, yes you EARL DACRE, can soon be seen appearing in Pizza Hut adverts with the likes of Chris Waddle, Gareth Southgate, David Batty and Co. Bere then missed more chances before Wool went down the other end and scored to give them a two goal advantage. However soon after, from a free kick (which should actually have been a penalty) Bere pulled themselves back into it when Gareth ‘he’s the Daddy’ Vincent calmly stroked the ball home from just inside the box to make it 1-2. But from the resultant kick off, before any Bere player could say ‘don’t let him shooo…..ooot’ a woolonian did from a full 25 yards, and within 6 seconds Deano Rodg was once again stretching his back as he picked the ball out of the net. 1-3 it stayed until half time, only just though with some immaculate time keeping from the referee!

The second half was much the same as the first. Bere missed chance after chance, the most noteable was a goal mouth scramble that saw a hatful of Bere chances missed and ended with the Wool keeper headbutting the post. Wool caught Bere on the break twice more during the game as their lack of fitness showed, and it could have been more had it not been for some fine goalkeeping by Deano Rodgerson and a man of the match performance from young Philly ‘delphia’Turner.

Dorset Saturday football league Div 1.

02/02/13   Bere Regis 0 Kangaroos 0
Goal scorer – M.Craze

09/02/13  Bridport 1 Bere Regis 0 

16/02/13  Chickerell Utd Reserves 1  Bere Regis 3
Goal scorers – M.Elford x2, T.Holmes

23/02/13  Bere Regis 1 Corfe Mullen Utd. 5
Goal scorer – J.Sanders

Dorset Saturday football league Div 3.

02/02/13   Sturminster Marshall Reserves 4  Bere Regis Reserves 2
Goal scorer – C.White

09/02/13  Bere Regis Reserves 1 Handley Sports 1
Goal scorer – P.Macklin

16/02/13    Piddlehinton 8  Bere Regis Reserves 0

23/02/13  Maiden Newton & Cattistock 3 Bere Regis Reserves 2
Goal scorers – J.Bosworth, S.Hall 

Dorset Veterans league

23/02/13   Bere Regis Veterans 4  SSS Veterans 3

In the return fixture of their previous game, Bere found themselves behind after only 3 minutes but then totally controlled the game for the rest of the half. Ticker Godwin added to the long list of magical moments seen at the ‘Bere Recreational Ground of Dreams’, by scoring his first competitive goal for some 25 years. Rising like an ageing salmon at a corner, his header rebounded off an opponent and Ticker, as quick as a very long flash unleashed a venomous half volley that ricocheted off the bar and appeared to cross the line. AD Torres Moore like any good centre forward was on hand to make sure, however Tickers sheer delight in scoring what he thought was his first competitive goal for a generation was evident in his David Pleatt like jig of delight and it would be amiss not to credit him with the goal. This historical moment appeared to inspire the Bere vets and youngster Robbie ‘Brendan’ White finished cooly from close range after an unselfish cut back from Ian ‘I’m a machine’ Michie who also had a hand in the third goal when his cross come shot was skilfully deflected into the onion bag by A.D Moore to make it 3-1 at half time. 

Ralphy Snook then appeared to have made the game safe shortly after half time with another classy finish to make it 4-1 but Bere almost threw it away allowing SSS to pull a couple of goals backs and SSS had plenty of chances to draw level and take the lead but often troubled the U10s playing at the end of the rec, rather than Deano Rog in goal. However, Bere managed to cling on (fitness tells) to remain top of the veterans tree.

Dorset Saturday football league Div 1.

5/1/13   Bere Regis 8 Bridport A 0
Goal scorers – G.Rose (x6), S Cooper, M Elford

 12/1/13  Bere Regis 3-0 Swanage
Goal scorers – G.Rose, M.Elford, 

15/12/12  Bere Regis 4-0 Poole Borough reserves
Goal scorers – G.Rose, M.Elford, S.Cooper, S.Hewitt

Dorset Saturday football league Div 3.

 8/12/12  Belvedere Inn 2-3 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer- P.Macklin (x2), C.White

15/12/12  Stickland Utd. 2-2 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer – A.Curtis x2

Dorset Veterans league

SSS Veterans 2  Bere Regis Veterans 3

The Bere veterans started where they had left off prior to the Christmas break with a win, although they were made to work hard for it. On a cold and dreary day at chapel gate, Bere found themselves 2 -0 down at half time, with some fine saves from Dean Rogerson keeping them from going further behind and a number of missed chances at the other end. But with a half time rallying cry from Brenda Rogers White, Bere found the spirit from somewhere to stage an astonishing comeback.

Ian ‘I meant it’ Michie got the great escape underway with a cross-come shot from fully 30 yards but a goal he no more than deserved for all his effort and Mo Farrah like runs.  This lifted Bere heads and gave them belief and it was never in doubt when Brendan Rodgers White turned into Luis Suarez White by dropping both shoulders (picking them up later) and calmly placing the ball beyond the keeper and into an empty net when put clean through to make it 2-2.  Pretty boy Vincent then glanced home from Leighton ‘the Earl of’ Dacres sublime cross to complete the comeback and give Bere the lead that their second half efforts (and the fact that the big bloke for SSS went off injured!) deserved.  Bere and in particular Kelvin Cox dug deep to hold onto their lead/breakfast, and Ticker, Cleall and Blake all made important and often last ditch tackles, and were ably helped out by ‘I do all the pretty boys running’ Snook and ‘best I’ve played in years’ Cope in midfield.  The final whistle finally blew and the win means that Bere remain top of the vets league.

Happy New Year to one and all.

A bit of a Chelsea November for BRFC I’m afraid, with no wins, a few draws, a number of losses plus a change in management. But at least we didn’t get knocked out of Europe. Come to think of it, we weren’t in Europe in the first place!. Happy New Year!

Dorset Saturday football league Div 1.

1/12/12 Kangaroos 2- 2 Bere Regis
Goal scorers – G.Rose (x2)

8/12/12 Bere Regis 3-0 Merley Cobham
Goal scorers – G.Rose, M.Elford,

15/12/12 Bere Regis 4-0 Poole Borough reserves
Goal scorers – G.Rose, M.Elford, S.Cooper, S.Hewitt


Dorset Saturday football league Div 3.

8/12/12 Belvedere Inn 2-3 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer- P.Macklin (x2), C.White

15/12/12 Stickland Utd. 2-2 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer – A.Curtis x2

Dorset Veterans league

Ship Inn Wool Veterans 4 Bere Regis Veterans 2

The Bere veterans encountered their first defeat of the season away at local rivals Wool, but yet again it was an entertaining match, with goals aplenty. Bere took the lead mid way through the first half, when Phil ‘David Luiz’ Turner thumped one in on the half volley from a corner and soon after the same luiz looky-likey player doubled their lead when a bit of quick thinking saw him bend one around the partially formed wall with the outside of his boot to put Bere 2-0 up, a lead they held until after the half time break.

However, a combination of the fitness of the youthful Wool veterans and a number of injuries to the more mature Bere veterans (back 4 and goalie amassed some 250 years between them) saw a complete turnaround in the second half. Playing with the slope and wind, Wool eventually got into the game by reverting to their traditional long ball game and with man mountain Phil ‘Luiz’ Turner and his partner in crime Ticker ‘Carvalho’ Godwin both going off injured, Wool scored thrice to give them the lead. An amazing goal mouth scramble saw both Ralphy Snook and Andy ‘fox in the box’ Curtis hit the woodwork in quick succession and unable to put the ball over the line but as Bere pressed for the equaliser, they left gaps at the back despite Dean Rogerson filling in at left back ! His cunning plan of lying on the ground to slow down Wools speedy winger (by making him go the long way round, either over or around him) failed to come to fruition and Wool scored their fourth just before full time to take all 3 points.

Bere Regis Veterans 5 Medway Old Boys 3

In the last game before Christmas, there were yet more goals in another veteran’s goal fest at the rec with the game providing better value for money than the pre Christmas sales for the numerous spectators. Medway took the lead with a breakaway goal early in the game, but Bere soon levelled when a ‘Brendan Rogers’ White quickly taken free kick put Didier Moore through who dropped his shoulder and neatly finished in the bottom corner before returning to pick up his shoulder. Pretty Boy Vincent then put Bere in front when he smashed home from a corner, before Medway went up the other end and levelled things up. However a superb long range effort from the pretty boy (Vincent) put Bere ahead once again, but new signing Dale Wright capped an unmistakeable veterans debut by turning a cross into his own net to make it 3-3 at half time.

Bere looked a little more solid at the back in the second half, with paddles admirably filling in at left back and proving that whatever Rean Dodgerson can do, he can do vater ! A precision ball from Blakey saw Brendan White flicking the ball into the path of Didier Moore, who poked it under the keeper before calmly finishing giving Bere the lead. Ralphy Snook then ensured Bere took all three points with a trademark David Batty like run from midfield but unlike Mr Batty finished neatly and opened his account for the veterans.

This win sees Bere top of the tree at Christmas.

Boxing Day massacre

Bere Legends 3 (5) them lot 2 (0)

There was a bit of to and fro-ing in the changing rooms prior to the match as the transfer market was more akin to the boxing day sales, but despite some semi professional and over- seas players entering the fray for them lot, it was the legends (who as tradition dictates) won the game.

It was one of the on loan legends, young Adam Rogerson who spotted that someone smaller than himself was in goal for the legends and duly lobbed Malc Strannock from 30 yards out, despite Malc being on his goal line. Not content with doing it once and proving that it wasn’t a fluke Mssr Rogerson then did it again the next time he got the ball, to put them lot 2-0 up at half time.

However the second half saw a complete change around with Steve Macca macleainey, Steve ‘the Crab’ Allen and Lyndon leggy White amply filling the legends midfield and Markie Mark Gale and Robbie ‘Brendan Rogers’ White both getting the better of their siblings. Shamus Cope (legend only for the day) put the legends back in contention with a neat finish and almost immediately from the kick off drew the teams level with a strike from just inside the half way line. And it looked like the legends were on for a win when new signing Michelle ‘Michu’ Green went down in the box and ref Louis ‘clattenburg’ Moore had no hesitation in pointing to the spot. However, Michu Mich proved that at this time of year there is peace and goodwill to all men (and whippersnappers) by deliberately missing the ensuing penalty ! However, with time running out and the playability of the pitch in some doubt, the Legends squeezed one home and to this day, there is still some contention as to who got the final touch for the legends winning goal, but let history say it was a legendary joint effort and let history state that yet again it was the legends who won yet another boxing day massacre.

 Dorset Saturday football league Div 1.

15/11/12 Bere Regis 1-4 South Cheriton
Goal scorers – Nick White

Dorset Saturday football league Div 3.

3/11/12 Handley Sports 5-2 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer- S.Cope

10/11/12 Owermoigne 2-1 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer – A.Curtis

17/11/12 Bere Regis Reserves 0-5 Lytchett Red Triangle

Dorset veterans league

Bournemouth Veterans 1 Bere Regis Veterans 1

Following on from their success in the opening game of the league, Bere veterans travelled to Bournemouth to fulfil the return fixture. On a balmy November morning at Chapel gate, another hard fought and contested game ended with honours even and a point for both sides. Yet again it was a game that proved that the old uns can still play a bit.

During a cagey first half, the two teams showed a lot of respect for each other and other than a fine leaping save by Rean Dogerson (yes he can get airborne) chances were few and far between. Once again the central defensive partnership had a century of years beneath their ever expanding waste lines, but this week it was Earl Dacre who stood tall alongside young Philly Turner, due to Tickers broken toe nail that kept him side lined. The score remained 0-0 at half time.

Gareth ‘pretty boy’ Vincent and particularly Ralphy Snook found it hard to get balls under control on the bumpy pitch, but half way through the second half, Ian ‘is a ram’ Michie opened the scoring for Bere. A through ball from Robbie ‘brendan rogers’ White was met by the tree surgeon who found the back of the onion bag with a well hit drive across the keeper from the edge of the box, to give Bere the lead. Bere kept Bournemouth at bay with a bit of luck, fortune, poor finishing and great saves until the last kick of the game when a deflected cross, left Cleall uncertain for once in the box gifting the Bournemouth striker an opportunity which he duly took by beating Rean Dogerson at his near post.

A deserved point for both teams, that sees Bere top the league at this early stage in the season.


Apologies for the delay in the start of match reports for the senior football section, but we have been busy adding another senior team (BRFC veterans) to our midst to ensure we meet our aims of providing football for all regardless of ability or AGE . I know a number of you have missed your monthly fix of BRFC footballing banter so here we go for another season. Enjoy the rest of the season and feel free to come and support the lads in the flesh at the rec with home games most Saturdays and the occasional Sunday morning game. (See fixture list)

Dorset Saturday football league Div 1.

15/9/12 Bere Regis 2-1 Chickerell Utd Res
Goal scorers - Billy Arnett, Tom Holme

22/9/12 Bere Regis 0-1 Wincanton Reserves

29/9/12 Merley Cobham 2-3 Bere Regis
Goal scorers - Billy Arnett, Tom Holmes ,Jack Watson

6/10/12 Poole Borough Res 5-1 Bere Regis
Goal scorer - Billy Arnett

20/10/12 Bere Regis 3-3 Milbourne Sports
Goal scorers – Shane Hewitt, Graeme Rose x2

27/10/12 Corfe Mullen 1-0 Bere Regis

Dorset Saturday football league Div 3.

22/9/12 Bere Regis Reserves 2-2 Piddlehinton
Goal scorer- N White, C White

29/9/12 Okeford 4-1 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer- A Curtis

13/10/12 Portesham 4-1 Bere Regis Reserves
Goal scorer – N.White

27/10/12 Bere Regis Reserves 3-3 Stalbridge
Goal scorers – A.Curtis, S.Cope, W.Spurdell

Dorset veterans league

Bere Regis Veterans 4 Bournemouth Veterans 3

Following a successful recruitment drive at Cyril Wood Court and other such establishments in the surrounding parishes, Bere fielded players / legends both past and present for their inaugural game in the newly formed Dorset veterans league. And what a great advert for the veterans league and the Bere veterans team it was. In a hard fought but fair game, no quarter was given by either side producing a game of football and footballing skills that the rec has not seen for many a year with Bere eventually emerging winners and fortunately no defibrillators were required.

After chasing shadows for 25 minutes, Bere returned to the groove of previous decades and opened the scoring with a neat left foot finish (after several bites of the cherry) from youngster Christopher ‘Charlie George’ Oram. A couple of Banks like saves from Terry ‘ paddles’ Vater in goal ensured that Bere maintained their 1-0 lead at half time,
Directly from the kick off, Ian ‘is a ram’ Michies dazzling run down the right led to A D Moore doubling the lead with Bournemouth still appearing to be in the changing room. Bournemouth then pulled one back, before A D Moore latched onto a great through ball from Robbie ‘Danny McGrain’ Blake to side foot home to regain the 2 goal advantage for Bere and give them a bit of much needed breathing space. 

Despite the century old defensive partnership of Ticker & Turner looking as solid as their knees all game and Vinnie Vincent and Ralphy Snook covering more ground than Mo Farrah in the centre of the park, Bournemouth then drew level with two headed goals. Rob ‘Brendan Rogers’ White then had a goal disallowed, but showing the true spirit that reunited these legends in the first instance, Bere continued to push forward, and when Michie was upended in the box in the dying seconds, up stood Jonny ‘Hinchcliffe’ Cleall to calmly convert from the spot with the last kick of the game, to give Bere the win.

The boys are back in town!


Football montage

BRFC History

Established prior to 1885 and steeped in history and tradition, Bere Regis Football Club (BRFC) can claim to be one of the oldest clubs in the world.  When professional football was legalized in Britain on July 20 1885, Bere Regis Football Club was founded, and were inaugural members of the south Hants and Dorset football association from which the Dorset County FA was subsequently formed in 1887.

BRFC is currently a D.C.F.A. Chartered Standards club, and all teams are coached by fully qualified coaches.

During the 2011/2012 season BRFC currently have 2 teams, one in Dorset FA Saturday Division 1, and one in Dorset Saturday league Division 3.
Over recent seasons, there has been a revival of the Bere Regis mini and youth football section with the club, with the mini/youth section having 3 teams (U8, U9 and U11) in the DCFA leagues in 2011/2012 season.

The club plays it homes games at Bere Regis Recreational ground, (BH20 7LA) a parcel of land bequeathed to the village of Bere Regis by the Drax estate in 1925. Bere Regis Rec as it is now fondly known, is currently managed and run by Bere Regis Sports Club, a group of volunteers, who in their role as trustees, manage the site which is owned by Fields in Trust (National Playing Fields Association). Both the Junior and Senior Football committees report directly to the Bere Regis Sports Club Management Committee.

Bere Regis Football Club is proud to have provided sport in the community for over 125 years.  We celebrated its quasquicentennial (125 year anniversary) in 2010. If you wish to get involved or feel you can help out in any way, to sustain the clubs history and tradition, please feel free to contact us.

Here’s to the future.

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Welcome back folks! Despite being away for a number of the months, entertainment was provided through the summer months at the rec by the cricket section, which saw both Saturday and Sunday teams gain promotions, and the Sunday team win the league outright. Congratulations lads, a feat the football club will attempt to emulate over the forthcoming season.

For the upcoming football season, there have been and will be a number of changes to the senior football club section. Firstly due to the demise of the Dorset Sunday league BRFC now have two teams in the Dorset Saturday league (Divisions 1 & 3) meaning there should be a home game at the rec every Saturday for you connoisseurs of football to enjoy. Secondly after many hours of painstaking work by the volunteers of Bere Regis Sports Club in gaining permissions, seeking funding etc, the new changing room project is now underway, and it is hoped that this project will be completed early next year. Thirdly with the demise of the News of the World, we have picked up on free transfers over the summer period, a couple of new journalists who will be writing the match reports for the forthcoming season. Please bear with them, I don’t think they’ll be as good as the last one, but keep reading this website to watch the season unfold through their eyes over the next few months.

Enjoy the season.

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