Brimscombe & Thrupp manager Sam Prior believes that the Football Association have taken the wrong step forward in its decision to end the non-league season.
Fairford Town manager Jody Bevan has been left thinking ‘what if’ after the 2019/20 uhlsport Hellenic League season was terminated.
Tuffley Rovers boss Mark Pritchett says that even though the FA did the right thing by declaring the season null and void, he would have liked to see how the campaign ended.
The players of Gloucestershire uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division club Bishop's Cleeve have agreed to donate funds from their team kitty to the NHS fundraising effort.
Ardley United announce it's permanent managers for both their First Team and new Development Team in the 2020/21 season.
This is to bring you the current picture as we see it.
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Season 2019/20 has been an challenging one for Nick East (pictured) and Barry Hiles’ Kidlington’s Development team with an astonishing 59 players being used.
Alan Turner Chairman of Division One East side Marlow United has released a statement to advise the club will not be participating in the uhlsport Hellenic League next season.
The coronavirus has seen several clubs put out an appeal for help already – but one Oxfordshire side have flipped the call on its head.
In this update:
- Announcement of Sport England Funding
- Updated (31/03) information regarding Government Financial Support
Ardley United have launched an appeal to raise £5,000 following the expected income loss to the coronavirus lockdown.
"We have had a great group of lads at the Shrivvy this season," say's Sam Ockwell. "I’m gutted that the season ended so soon, but it was the correct decision."