20 years of watching Non League Football

This week marks 20 years since I went to my first Non League Football match. Duly, it seems a good moment to take a trip down memory lane and remember some memorable moments and name my favourite NL X1. From helping to keep several goldfish alive on a six hour trip home from Torquay, lifting  read more→

The end is nigh for football programmes

The call for the death of Football Programmes by Football League clubs has been a long time coming. Regardless of what the die-hards say, it is time to consign programmes to the great dustbin in the sky, certainly in the NCEL for starters. The case for that is extremely strong. Producing a programme, for most  read more→

Yorkshire NCEL Div One team of the year

Just like the Premier Division, it has been great year for our Yorkshire sides in the Toolstation NCEL Division One so picking a Team of the Year has been the hardest it has ever been in five years. It has been that difficult, some heavy-duty players have missed out on selection. It was that tight.  read more→

Yorkshire NCEL Prem team of the year

It has been great year for our Yorkshire sides in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division so picking a Team of the Year has been hard. Pontefract Collieries have deservedly romped to promotion and have three chances to win the title this week. Pickering Town can also join them in the Evo Stik in the next  read more→

York Must Ease Pressure On Parkin For National League Return

Meet the presenter: Jon Parkin or you may know him as “The Beast”. He has currently over 200 league goals, “Feed The Beast and he will score”. He now joins our team as a co-presenter on UndrTheCosh. pic.twitter.com/CgD83XvjfX — UndrTheCosh (@UndrTheCosh) February 2, 2018 York City’s attempt to bounce back to the National League at  read more→

NLY’s top 15 moments of 2017

When you sit down and reflect, 2017 has been a very successful year for Non League football in Yorkshire. More clubs than normal have won promotion, won silverware and for the first time since NLY was launched, a Yorkshire club from below the National League has reached the FA Cup first round. Now regular readers  read more→

Should Bailey Peacock-Farrell’s loan spell at York City have been extended?

⚽️ training #lufc #mot pic.twitter.com/6qOQZwaCtm — B Peacock-Farrell (@bailey_pf) December 6, 2017 Bailey Peacock-Farrell is a hugely promising and talented young goalkeeper, but the 21-year-old’s path at Leeds United is pretty much blocked. The youngster has made only one appearance in the Championship so far in his career, and that was back in April 2016.  read more→

Craig Elliott deserves Boston chance

Craig Elliott’s appointment as the new Boston United manager should not have been a total surprise. His managerial record with Shaw Lane AFC, Ossett Town and Glasshoughton Welfare, plus Kellingley in the West Yorkshire League, is phenomenal. He has done a magnificent job with each one and thoroughly deserves his chance at a major Non  read more→