News from around the National League South

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Sleightly Deceptive
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Tall Dart wrote: Sat May 21, 2022 6:36 pm Justice for Dorking!
And Ebbsfleet!
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No doubt Fleet were the better side for the first 90 minutes. Robbed. :shock:
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I can't imagine how much that hurt. They still had the chance to win though on extra time so perhaps a little less moaning about the extra couple of minutes added in fairness due to their own fans celebrations.
Proper that the top two went up.Spare a thought for Brackley in the north who were 22 points ahead of York. This is not what leagues should be about.
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Well done to Dorking as " their never say die " team spirit got them over the line and based on the whole season they deserved it ,Fleet probably played the best " football " I have seen this season but just lack that killer instinct , we did ok getting into the play offs but Kingy has seen whats needed and his recruitment policy for next season will be a major factor in what I believe will be more difficult than this season with teams like Dover , Weymouth and Taunton coming in along with current batch of Ebbsfleet, Havant [ cant believe they can be as bad again ] Chippenham and Oxford , looking forward to what should be a great season of football with the extra games !!!!!
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The Duke wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 10:49 am Well done to Dorking as " their never say die " team spirit got them over the line and based on the whole season they deserved it ,Fleet probably played the best " football " I have seen this season but just lack that killer instinct , we did ok getting into the play offs but Kingy has seen whats needed and his recruitment policy for next season will be a major factor in what I believe will be more difficult than this season with teams like Dover , Weymouth and Taunton coming in along with current batch of Ebbsfleet, Havant [ cant believe they can be as bad again ] Chippenham and Oxford , looking forward to what should be a great season of football with the extra games !!!!!
My thoughts exactly. It’s gonna be an amazing league next season. No easy games. Apart from Welling. 😂
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Congratulations to Dorking Wanderers. It will be interesting to see how they cope next season.
I think Worthing need a mention also as they were running away with the Isthmian Premier on three occasions (two interrupted by covid). Happy to get over the line at long last. A team to watch.
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ozymandias wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 12:02 pm Congratulations to Dorking Wanderers. It will be interesting to see how they cope next season.
I think Worthing need a mention also as they were running away with the Isthmian Premier on three occasions (two interrupted by covid). Happy to get over the line at long last. A team to watch.
Worthing away - last game of the season?
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Blimey its not that long ago we would have regarded ourselves as superior in all things to Bromley FC but yesterday they won the FA Trophy in front of 46000 at Wembley. I wouldn't be surprised if they started to knock on the door of the football league and emulate Sutton Utd. I wonder where their finance is coming from?
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tommytollbooth wrote: Mon May 23, 2022 8:41 am Blimey its not that long ago we would have regarded ourselves as superior in all things to Bromley FC but yesterday they won the FA Trophy in front of 46000 at Wembley. I wouldn't be surprised if they started to knock on the door of the football league and emulate Sutton Utd. I wonder where their finance is coming from?
https://www.bromleyfc.tv/site/robin-stanton-gleaves/#
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Didn't see the result until you told me. Well Done Bromley. :)
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