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A podcast by Matthew Gerrard and Jon Phipps discussing all of the latest news in non-league football around Kent.

A podcast by Matthew Gerrard and Jon Phipps discussing all of the latest news in non-league football around Kent.
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A podcast by Matthew Gerrard and Jon Phipps discussing all of the latest news in non-league football around Kent.






Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 84

It's the last episode of the season - but there's no let up in a final packed show of 2018/19. Tonbridge Angels midfielder D'Sean Theobalds tells us that he's still on cloud nine after helping them to promotion at Met Police - and talks us through his brilliant solo goal. Old Margate manager Jay Saunders gives us the inside track on the new Margate manager, erm, Jay Saunders and his hopes for the new season. And we discuss early movers and shakers, managerial changes and a lot more before we...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 83

In our penultimate episode of the season, we speak to two people who had contrasting weeks. Ashford United keeper Sam Mott was unable to help his side to victory in the play-offs - not that they would have been promoted anyway - despite a penalty save, but he insists it's just the start. Chatham Town boss James Collins had reason to cheer though after his side's cup double - but does that make it a successful season for the Chats? Plus we talk play-offs, Line of Duty and ponder just how big...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 82

In this week's bumper show, we discuss the situation at Canterbury City after a crazy week to end the regular season. Ashford United manager Tommy Warrilow looks ahead to Friday's play-off final at Horsham - and the prospect of winning the game and not being promoted. No such issues for Welling Town boss Louis Dean, who is revelling in his side's promotion after winning SCEFL Division One. Plus we reflect on all the rest of the action on a busy weekend of highs and lows. And there's some...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 81

This week, Matt and Jon look back on a busy weekend as the season draws to a close, with huge moves in the title races in the SCEFL, and try to work out the Bostik League Premier play-off picture. Dover's player of the year Mitch Brundle tells us about their achievement in staying up and discusses his future at the club. Scott Porter explains why he is moving upstairs at Whitstable Town and handing over the reins to Lloyd Blackman, and we discuss all the other happenings across the county....


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 80

This week, Cray Wanderers assistant boss Joe Vines takes a break from celebrating promotion to reflect on an amazing year for the Bostik South East champions. Dartford striker Andy Pugh talks after his return from a long injury lay-off - even though the result was disappointing for his side. Plus we reflect on the Kent Senior Cup and Trophy finals, and discuss the tip, Around the World in 80 Days and lots, lots more. Apparently Dover stayed up too?!


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 79

In this week's show, Bromley manager Neil Smith reflects on a crazy week for his side, ranks their season out of 10 and looks ahead to next week's Kent Senior Cup Final against Maidstone United. We discuss the Stones' relegation and what next season may bring for them, as well as Dover being on the brink of safety and Ebbsfleet's unlikely play-off push. Title races in the SCEFL are also discussed, as well as everything else around the county. And we discuss Game of Thrones (tin hats at the...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 78

In this week's show, former Herne Bay joint-manager John Embery spills the beans on his departure from the club. Tonbridge Angels boss Steve McKimm talks about his side's great run of form and hopes for the rest of the season. Plus we discuss all the rest of the happenings across the county, including Margate's form, Maidstone's imminent relegation, the brilliance of the SCEFL and loads more. Plus we discuss hopes for the National League to appear in FIFA 2020, Eddie Izzard, pizza and...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 77

Cray Valley PM goalkeeper Andy Walker talks about his delight at reaching Wembley - even though he had to sit out the semi-final second leg with injury. On the flip side, we also hear from a disappointed Canterbury City goalkeeper Jack Delo after his side just missed out - and he talks about his future in the game. Dover winger Anthony Jeffrey has double delight as he talks about their win over Dagenham & Redbridge and helping Guyana reach the Gold Cup, while we also round up the rest of the...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 76

This week, Ramsgate manager Nick Davis reflects on his nine-men earning a point at Hythe and Jacob Mensah's move to Crystal Palace - and how he was happy to help Canterbury City out in the FA Vase. We reflect on that first leg at Cray Valley PM and look ahead to Saturday's second leg, while Matt is on a high again after Dover's win over FC Halifax Town. Plus there's all the other news and views from across the county, and the usual chat and nonsense from the Kent Non-League Podcast team...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 75

In this week's packed episode, Canterbury City coach Will Graham looks ahead to their FA Vase semi-final first leg at Cray Valley PM, in the biggest game in Kent Non-League since we started doing the show. Dover Athletic manager Andy Hessenthaler talks after their 1-1 draw with Boreham Wood, while Dover Athletic supporter Matt Gerrard wavers about his side's survival hopes. Folkestone Invicta striker Ira Jackson looks back at his first-half hat-trick at the weekend and tells us about life at...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 74

In this week's show, Dover Athletic goalkeeper Lee Worgan reflects on a week he'll never forget, while Sittingbourne boss Chris Lynch revels in his side's current run of good form. We discuss an eventful week across the county with news from Hythe Town and VCD Athletic, as well as a wondergoal for Ashford United's Sam Hasler. And we also chat postponements, famous people and Trevor and Simon. Plus one of us laughs. A lot.


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 73

Canterbury City goalkeeper Jack Delo reflects on an amazing week for the club as they moved into the FA Vase semi-finals and ponders if a potential day at Wembley could be his final game. New Maidstone United striker Jake Embery reveals he is hoping to bring his red-hot scoring form from Herne Bay to the Gallagher Stadium after completing his move. Plus we reflect on all the rest of the action across the county and chat about Saturday morning TV, the Maidenhead United entertainment and much...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 72

In this week's show, we speak to Canterbury City manager Ben Smith ahead of the club's biggest game ever when they host Biggleswade in the FA Vase. Folkestone Invicta manager Neil Cugley talks us through the incredible finale to their game with Wingate & Finchley, and we also reflect on the rest of the action across the county. We look ahead to Maidstone's FA Trophy tie - a welcome distraction from the League - and discuss plenty of other stuff, including cat behaviour and if we should start...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 71

In this week's show, we speak to new Margate manager Jay Saunders about his return to the fray. Chatham Town boss James Collins reflects on his side reaching their first cup final in 20 years and the tight SCEFL promotion race. We look at all the rest of the action across the county, including Dover dropping back into the bottom four. And there's all the usual chat too, this week including the Champions League, Britain's Best Looking Footballer and "Groundhog Day for the sweary generation".


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 70

In this week's show, we look back on a busy week across the county. We discuss Canterbury City's up and down week and Ebbsfleet United's players' incredible statement about pay. Ashford United manager Tommy Warrilow tells us about his side's great form and hopes for the rest of the season, and there's the second part of our chat with Maidstone United co-owner Oliver Ash. Plus all the rest of the news and views from across the county on a week that will take a long time to forget.


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 69

In this week's show, we have the first part of an interview with Maidstone United co-owner Oliver Ash, who tells us about the decision to bring John Still back to the club - 30 years after he guided the Stones into the Football League. Folkestone Invicta manager Neil Cugley reflects on another decent season so far for his side, and we look ahead to the last 16 of the FA Vase. Plus Matt announces his retirement from the world of weather forecasting and reveals that he's started watching...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 68

In this week's show, there's a fair amount of speculation over the new coaching set-up at Maidstone United - due to be announced on Thursday - and reflections on Dover ending their game with Bromley with just nine men. Corinthian manager Michael Golding tells us about their rise up the table and their famous fan, while we also reflect on a busy week across the county.


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 67

This week, Dover Athletic goalkeeper Mitch Walker reflects on the Whites' FA Trophy exit and discusses the difference since the club went full-time. Punjab United boss Chipie Sian tells us about his delight after the club secured a 12-year lease on their stadium, and how it's time to shake-up his side. Plus there's all the usual discussion about the game around the county, including the team who've scored seven away and shipped seven at home this season - and their young striker who's scored...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 66

This week, new Sittingbourne manager Chris Lynch tells us about his hopes for his time at the club just hours after being unveiled as the new boss at Woodstock Park. We discuss the FA Vase - two SCEFL teams still standing - and that incredible game at Chesterfield on Saturday. We look ahead to the FA Trophy ties this weekend and remember the greatest sporting achievement of one of our lives...


Kent Non-League Podcast - Episode 65

In this week's show, we reflect on Dover completing the derby double over Maidstone United, and discuss Ebbsfleet United's continued rise under Garry Hill. Ahead of his side's FA Vase clash on Saturday, Bearsted manager Kev Stevens talks about his side making it into the last 32, and we also discuss the hopes of the other two SCEFL teams still standing. Plus we look back at all the rest of the New Year action across the county, and there's some horrendous singing and a warning for a Great...