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Wealdstone boss Gordon Bartlett is backing the attempt by the Wealdstone Raider to win the number one spot in the Christmas charts with his recently released charity single, ‘You’ve got no fans’.

Hendon striker Leon Smith (right)

Hendon manager Gary McCann is hopeful that the club’s ‘pay what you want’ game against Wingate & Finchley on December 27 will attract local football fans down to Earlsmead.

Boxer Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali, “The Greatest” boxer of all time, was from Louisville, Kentucky, but what most people don’t know is that it is also the home of a thriving hub of football – or soccer as our American friends call it at Ballarmine University.

Jefferson Louis has signed for Wealdstone

Wealdstone boss Gordon Bartlett is delighted to have captured former Hendon striker Jefferson Louis from Conference North side Lowestoft Town.

QPR U21 manager Steve Gallen

Steve Gallen says he stuck his neck on the line to make sure QPR snapped up winger Jake Mulraney after he was released by Nottingham Forest.

Cargiant have agreed to sponsor the Brent district teams

Football in Brent has been given a major boost after the world’s largest car supermarket Cargiant agreed a deal to sponsor the district teams from Under-11 to Under-16.

Richard Dunne of Queens Park Rangers (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Richard Dunne produced another man of the match performance against Burnley to lift QPR out of the bottom three last week –

Hendon defender Olly Sprague (left) struggled against Bognor Regis Town

Hendon bounced back from a rare league defeat against Bognor Regis Town by progressing to the last 16 of the league cup, beating Enfield Town 1-0 on Tuesday.

QPR's Charlie Austin celebrates (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Charlie Austin scored his eighth goal of the season as QPR beat fellow strugglers Burnley 2-0 and climbed out of the bottom three for the first time since September.

Wealdstone striker Richard Jolly

They say in football never go back, but we have to remember Wealdstone have always been a bit different.

Jamie Cureton of Dagenham & Redbridge celebrates scoring the second goal with Alex Jakubiak at Bury (pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO)

Experienced forward pleased with success against Bury last weekend

QPR midfielder Karl Henry

QPR midfielder Karl Henry was pleased to pick up three points against Leicester City, but knows the battle QPR face to stay in the Premier League is not as serious as other matters outside of the game.

Hendon boss Gary McCann

Hendon boss Gary McCann hopes his squad can avoid fatigue and maintain their unbeaten league run into the new year as the Greens’ sequence of gruelling away games continues.

QPR striker Charlie Austin

Charlie Austin scored his seventh goal of the season to secure a much needed three points against Leicester City at Loftus Road.

Wealdstone striker Richard Jolly. Pic: Steve Foster/WealdstoneFC

Wealdstone boss Gordon Bartlett has plenty to be ‘jolly’ about after his side secured the services of former striker Richard Jolly and won at home for the first time this season.

Kezie Ibe

Hendon boss Gary McCann admitted this side were a little fortunate to edge past basement dwellers Bury Town 3-1 in Saturday’s away game.

Les Ferdinand with Tony Fernandes, the QPR chairman

Les Ferdinand says he is happy to let Harry Redknapp have the final word on QPR’s January signings after the manager insisted his role would be “undermined” by someone else choosing his players.

QPR chairman Tony Fernandes

QPR owner Tony Fernandes has stressed the need to move away from their Loftus Road home if the west London club are to continue to thrive in the Premier League.

Wealdstone's Shaun Lucien (left). Pic: Steve Foster/Wealdstone FC

A goal of the season contender helped Wealdstone to a valuable 2-0 win at Chelmsford on Monday night in the Conference South.

Brent Schools Under-11s

Brent Schools’ Under-11s manager George Lappas hailed his side’s maturity after Rahman Yesufu triggered a spirited comeback in Saturday’s 3-1 friendly win against Camden at Regent’s Park.

Chris Seeby (right) in action for Hendon against Leiston. Pic: Andrew Aleksiejczuk

Chris Seeby knows a thing or two about Ryman League promotion scraps – and he insists Hendon are genuine contenders.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero hit a brace at Loftus Road

Kun Aguero struck twice to deny QPR a much needed win as they drew 2-2 with champions Manchester City at Loftus Road.

Former Crawley Town midfielder Sergio Torres is now playing for Whitehawk

Another week and another late goal to silence Wealdstone’s dreams of moving up the table last weekend but hopefully this weekend away at Boreham Wood things can change.

QPR midfielder Karl Henry (left) hunts down Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas

Karl Henry wants to retain his place in the QPR starting XI after striking up a partnership with Sandro in the heart of the midfield.

QPR defender Clint Hill

Clint Hill is eyeing a career as a coach or manager when he decides to hang up his boots, but he isn’t in a hurry to do so just yet.

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