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December 5 2013 Latest news:
A long and important month is ahead of Wealdstone, a pivotal one that will play a big part in the club’s hopes of promotion out of the Ryman League Premier Division.
Tom Carroll revealed his delight at returning to the QPR side after the young midfielder helped Rangers sweep aside Bournemouth on Tuesday night.
Kick-off: It’s the least natural part of a game of football.
It was another great away performance by Harrow Borough at the weekend, a come-from-behind 3-1 win at Canvey Island, a ground where Borough had only picked up two draws in 10 previous visits.
I’m not quite sure how to feel about our 2-2 draw with East Thurrock United on Saturday.
It was another good weekend for Wealdstone with a fourth straight league win against Leiston, a team who Stones had also defeated a few weeks ago in the FA Trophy.
Charlie Austin says QPR’s impressive home form must continue after the striker’s stunning goal against Charlton made it six wins from seven games at Loftus Road.
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Joey Barton has refused to confirm whether he will stay at QPR beyond the end of the season.
Danny Simpson has more reason than most to appreciate the dilemma facing so many young English footballers.
Jermaine Jenas believes that Tom Carroll’s dedication in training earlier in his career is paying off at QPR, and says the youngster could follow in the footsteps of Andros Townsend.
England Roy Hodgson’s friendship with Joachim Low may stretch back 18 years, but the England manager will have no qualms about sending his opposite number home with absolutely nothing on Tuesday night.
Hendon blogger Steve Rogers reflects on yesterday’s historic 2-1 victory over Conference Premier outfit Oxford City as the Greens advanced into the last 64 of the FA Trophy.
Harrow Borough are much-improved in recent weeks – but try telling that to those who only attend their home games! The last two weeks have illustrated that perfectly.
There has been a lot of talk on the forums these past few weeks on respective attendance figures, particularly during our FA Trophy ties with Maidstone United and prior to that with AFC Hornchurch.
Looking after the family can often mean mums and dads are left doing all the little things that go unnoticed in the home, from tidying bedrooms, to doing the washing, even down to being the one left to change the empty toilet roll tube and restoring the bathroom to its former order.
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