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Title: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: robininstockport on February 03, 2019, 04:17:11 PM
Drench  will obviously start, can't see us changing formation so the only decision is who starts instead of Hulme. Whoever doesn't I can't see their parent club being too chuffed.

I thought we might be better served going 3-5-2 but I can't get Johnson in the team so that's a no no.

Despite our woeful record against them and we'll have a striker leading the line i know nothing about I think we'll win.

FCUtd 0-2 Alty. Hancock Hannigan



Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: oneedham on February 03, 2019, 06:08:59 PM
Give Joe Piggott the number 9 shirt.

High tempo from the off but need to finish any early chances.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Timperley The Best on February 03, 2019, 06:27:54 PM
Give Joe Piggott the number 9 shirt.

High tempo from the off but need to finish any early chances.

I think it will be Piggott


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: One Foot in the Grave on February 03, 2019, 07:26:53 PM
I wouldn't be surprised if Pigott and Waterston both start, with Hancock playing wider and Harrop dropping to the bench.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 03, 2019, 07:27:36 PM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.

Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.

Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: One Foot in the Grave on February 03, 2019, 11:29:01 PM
I really didn't intend to go to this game, since I don't like the club, their fans, and what I've heard about their ground.

However, I don't want to miss Drench's debut, so it'll be the tram to Piccadilly, and a bus from Oldham Street (81, 81A, or 118). A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do....


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: roytonmike on February 04, 2019, 08:56:40 AM
I really didn't intend to go to this game, since I don't like the club, their fans, and what I've heard about their ground.
However, I don't want to miss Drench's debut, so it'll be the tram to Piccadilly, and a bus from Oldham Street (81, 81A, or 118). A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do....
Tram from Cornbrook, Deansgate or St. Peter's Square to Newton Heath & Moston & a 15-minute uphill walk is another option for public transport users; buses 181 & 182 from Lever Street pass ground (and Newton Heath & Moston tram stop) also.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Hale Alty on February 04, 2019, 09:06:47 AM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.

Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.

Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.

Didn't they buy the Dane Bank terracing from Northwich? That was always a good place to watch from from with no pillars in the way.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Mrs Warbouys on February 04, 2019, 09:46:23 AM
If people feel the need to not attend then fair enough. But every game is a big game between now and then end of the season. Itís a local fixture and one we really need to win. From the point of view that we keep up our playoff challenge and for the fact weíve never beaten fc United in a competitive fixture. The game will be segregated and it was fine on our previous visit to broadhurst Park. I hope to see similar numbers on Saturday that we saw at stockport


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Brian Flynn on February 04, 2019, 01:35:06 PM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.

Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.

Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.

Didn't they buy the Dane Bank terracing from Northwich? That was always a good place to watch from from with no pillars in the way.

It's one of the best views in Non-League Football but it's located at the F.C. United end.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Joe bennett on February 04, 2019, 03:32:02 PM
Has the away end been improved at all since our last visit ? Or is it still flat as a pancake.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 04, 2019, 03:35:50 PM
Still completely flat behind the goal I believe. Weíll get about 100ish seats though and some of the side paddock so thatís where Iíll try to go myself.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Hale Alty on February 04, 2019, 04:13:39 PM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.

Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.

Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.

Didn't they buy the Dane Bank terracing from Northwich? That was always a good place to watch from from with no pillars in the way.

It's one of the best views in Non-League Football but it's located at the F.C. United end.

They must have only taken part of it then. I wonder if any other stand has been used at three different football gorunds?


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sale Holmfield on February 04, 2019, 07:00:22 PM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.

Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.

Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.

Didn't they buy the Dane Bank terracing from Northwich? That was always a good place to watch from from with no pillars in the way.

It's one of the best views in Non-League Football but it's located at the F.C. United end.

They must have only taken part of it then. I wonder if any other stand has been used at three different football gorunds?

Good question. I had wondered that, too, when we first played there and couldn't think of any. At lower levels, though, you do see those modular prefabricated stands which could be moved relatively easily, so there could be some.
Two other second-hand stands which we have played in front of in recent years are the older seated stand at Halifax, which came from Manchester City's old Hyde Road ground, and the main stand at Sutton Coldfield, which came from Urmston's Shawe View, adjacent to where Trafford now play.

As for the team, it's unusual to be uncertain of the starting XI this year, but I predict Drench, Harrison and Pigott to start.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 05, 2019, 07:19:53 PM
Incidentally (and I could be wrong of course) but the link for the match information on their website makes no mention of segregation on Saturday. Would be good if the club could clarify this.

http://www.fc-utd.co.uk/story.php?story_id=8251



Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Mrs Warbouys on February 05, 2019, 07:54:39 PM
The match will be segregated, it was last time and weíll take a damn sight more this time.
Farnborough purchased the old mainstand from feethams (former home of Darlington) or had agreed to but I donít think it was ever delivered or moved to Hampshire as Farnborough went under again or something along those lines


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 06, 2019, 08:02:54 AM
Oh I agree, I also assume it will be. However, I noted the previous match information for their last home game vs Stockport clearly indicated well in advance it was segregated-no such news on our game yet hence my question.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: One Foot in the Grave on February 06, 2019, 10:55:54 AM
Oh I agree, I also assume it will be. However, I noted the previous match information for their last home game vs Stockport clearly indicated well in advance it was segregated-no such news on our game yet hence my question.

Indeed - no specified turnstiles in their information.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Brian Flynn on February 06, 2019, 09:06:41 PM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.

Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.

Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.

Didn't they buy the Dane Bank terracing from Northwich? That was always a good place to watch from from with no pillars in the way.

It's one of the best views in Non-League Football but it's located at the F.C. United end.

They must have only taken part of it then. I wonder if any other stand has been used at three different football gorunds?

I believe that they transported all of it & then cut it down.



Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 06, 2019, 09:11:06 PM
Iíve asked on their forum and apparently according to a number of posters it is NOT segregated on Saturday. So we can get a pint in and have the option to stand on the ĎDane Bankí if we wish.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Brian Flynn on February 06, 2019, 09:28:07 PM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.

Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.

Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.

Didn't they buy the Dane Bank terracing from Northwich? That was always a good place to watch from from with no pillars in the way.

It's one of the best views in Non-League Football but it's located at the F.C. United end.

They must have only taken part of it then. I wonder if any other stand has been used at three different football gorunds?

Good question. I had wondered that, too, when we first played there and couldn't think of any. At lower levels, though, you do see those modular prefabricated stands which could be moved relatively easily, so there could be some.
Two other second-hand stands which we have played in front of in recent years are the older seated stand at Halifax, which came from Manchester City's old Hyde Road ground, and the main stand at Sutton Coldfield, which came from Urmston's Shawe View, adjacent to where Trafford now play.

As for the team, it's unusual to be uncertain of the starting XI this year, but I predict Drench, Harrison and Pigott to start.

That is really interesting, I had no idea about either of those.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: roytonmike on February 06, 2019, 10:44:27 PM
FCUM have lost 9/14 at home and only won once in the league at home this season. Although Leamington hadnít won a league game since November of course.
Stockport and FCUM are the closest we have to local rivals this season and to lose all 6 against the pair would be very poor so we do need to respond. The new GK and young striker should make a big difference and the fact that we would have had 5 separate training sessions and two weeks to stew on comfortably our worst performance of the season iím hoping will count in our favour.
Assuming it will be segregated too, the view in the paddock down the side if so is alright. Still no booze and the flat terrace behind the goal I think. Guessing we should take about 400-450.
Didn't they buy the Dane Bank terracing from Northwich? That was always a good place to watch from from with no pillars in the way.
It's one of the best views in Non-League Football but it's located at the F.C. United end.
They must have only taken part of it then. I wonder if any other stand has been used at three different football gorunds?
Good question. I had wondered that, too, when we first played there and couldn't think of any. At lower levels, though, you do see those modular prefabricated stands which could be moved relatively easily, so there could be some.
Two other second-hand stands which we have played in front of in recent years are the older seated stand at Halifax, which came from Manchester City's old Hyde Road ground, and the main stand at Sutton Coldfield, which came from Urmston's Shawe View, adjacent to where Trafford now play.

As for the team, it's unusual to be uncertain of the starting XI this year, but I predict Drench, Harrison and Pigott to start.
That is really interesting, I had no idea about either of those.
Brian - The old Hyde Road ground was vacated in 1923 & the stand was taken down & re-erected at The Shay at that point. There's a City connection with the Sutton Coldfield one too; I believe Shawe View was in use for one or other of City's junior teams in the 1950s; that stand was bought & re-erected by Sutton in about 1956.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Mrs Warbouys on February 07, 2019, 07:51:17 AM
Fc United 23/10
Draw 5/2
Alty 10/11

Didnít guiseley used to have an old stand from
Mancheser City also. Or seats from them at least


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: cheshire cat on February 07, 2019, 09:10:45 AM
Mansfield Town had a stand that came from a race course down south but I think it was replaced earlier this century, probably before they dropped down into the conference.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Andrew Flynn on February 07, 2019, 09:22:25 AM
Iíve asked on their forum and apparently according to a number of posters it is NOT segregated on Saturday. So we can get a pint in and have the option to stand on the ĎDane Bankí if we wish.

Great. Spreadtrincham FC strike again. We'll have 400-500 there and it'll look no more than 200.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: robininstockport on February 07, 2019, 09:36:10 AM
Do they have covers?


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Bob on February 07, 2019, 10:57:28 AM
Mansfield Town had a stand that came from a race course down south but I think it was replaced earlier this century, probably before they dropped down into the conference.

We haven't played in front of it,  but Port Vale's away end has the roof from the main stand at Chester's old ground.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Hale Alty on February 07, 2019, 12:46:10 PM
Mansfield Town had a stand that came from a race course down south but I think it was replaced earlier this century, probably before they dropped down into the conference.

Their digital scoreboard came from Tandy.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: MarpleAlty on February 07, 2019, 02:23:11 PM
I've only just realised a number of the teams around us are playing each other too:

Brackley v Telford
Spennymoor v BPA
Kiddy v Chester

Seems like Spennymoor are pulling away a bit as well - would be infinitely better to finish 3rd than 4th in this playoff system, but let's concentrate on getting into them full stop :-\


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: roytonmike on February 07, 2019, 03:02:10 PM
Mansfield Town had a stand that came from a race course down south but I think it was replaced earlier this century, probably before they dropped down into the conference.
The stand came from Hurst Park racecourse, was probably built in the 1930s, looked a bit like the side stands at Highbury, was bought by Mansfield in 1959 & re-erected in the 60s. It was replaced in 2000.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sale Holmfield on February 07, 2019, 11:52:38 PM
Fc United 23/10
Draw 5/2
Alty 10/11

Didnít guiseley used to have an old stand from
Mancheser City also. Or seats from them at least

They did have a second-hand stand, before it burned down, but that was actually from Harry Ramsden's, just down the road. It might seem bizarre for a chippy to have a stand, but apparently they had concerts and the like there, making it something of a tourist attraction for day trippers from Leeds and Bradford. They may well have got some seats from Manchester City.

Another very odd stand was at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham. There used to be a very unsafe looking stand perched high above the Kop at the Town End, which is itself closed now, which had formerly been the balcony at the  local Majestic Cinema. Before my time, but we would have played there in the sixties.



Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 08, 2019, 09:17:40 AM
Iíve asked on their forum and apparently according to a number of posters it is NOT segregated on Saturday. So we can get a pint in and have the option to stand on the ĎDane Bankí if we wish.

Great. Spreadtrincham FC strike again. We'll have 400-500 there and it'll look no more than 200.

Itís certainly an odd one. I know nothing about safely managing football crowds but Iíd assume basic common sense would normally say 500 or so away fans should be segregated in the modern era. I doubt Trafford or indeed GMP would ever allow it at Moss Lane. Still, their ground and their call.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Old Alt on February 09, 2019, 06:35:30 PM
If you didnít go today and saw Alty won 2-1 and thought, great we are back to winning ways......think again.
Our second half performance today was woeful, against a poor FC United team, we couldnít get the ball out of our own half.
When they scored, to make the scores level, it had been coming for some time, cross after cross was coming into our penalty area.
We then broke and scored with a lucky deflection in one our few breaks.
Before Christmas, the football was brilliant, but in the last few weeks we have really gone off the boil, forget the play offs, we are just not good enough.
In terms of new players, the lad up front, was obviously not fit, a few times JJ broke on the wing and he was miles behind. FC defenders seemed to be able to take the ball off him very easily.
PP looked very frustrated on the touch line pointing and shouting, you could tell he wasnít happy.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: robininstockport on February 09, 2019, 06:58:18 PM
Poor match in my opinion. The away end is a truly terrible place to watch football.

Both teams maybe at opposite ends of the table but there was not a lot between them. Surprised to see Williams in a head of Richman. Hampsons and Harrisons injury clearly effected how we managed the game. Don't think Piggot was meant to play the 90. Speaking of Piggot i thought he tremendous. Him Hancock and Hannigan  stood out.

White must be the only left footed full back who looks better at rb. Thank god we Richman.

I know their 5 might be a right C**t but I'd e putting a 7 dayer in tomorrow. If we can't get him try for Langley.

Delighted to finally put them to the sword but a performance that asked more questions than answers


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Snork Maiden on February 09, 2019, 07:12:38 PM
Look at our record with and without Owen Dale.......


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: robininstockport on February 09, 2019, 07:16:03 PM
Look at our record with and without Owen Dale.......

Said this a month ago. What a miss he is


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Timperley The Best on February 09, 2019, 07:23:01 PM
Someone on twitter said Piggott was motm , how did Drench play ?


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 09, 2019, 07:24:36 PM
That was a big 3 points.

We were much the better team in the first half and controlled possession and 1-0 for me didnít accurately reflect our dominance. Second half, a team fighting to stay up and with a raucous support behind them put us right under. Regardless of the fortunate nature of our winner I think overall an Alty win was a fair result. Having 2 players go off injured undoubtedly hampered our game plan and that has to be factored into any honest assessment of the game too.

Of the new boys, I thought Drench had the odd iffy moment but looked decent, Piggott up top was a great outlet and read the game well and Waterson as at Lem played well in the time available.

Difficult to judge the away support as divided between behind the goal, the paddock and the main stand but gurstimate about 400.

Well played Alty anyway, and also finally weíve beaten FCUM...


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Old Alt on February 09, 2019, 08:17:55 PM
Look at our record with and without Owen Dale.......

Said this a month ago. What a miss he is

When we had Dale on one wing and Johnson on the other, teams couldnít cope with us, we were playing the ball all over the pitch.
Chester away was the example, in the first half we absolutely ripped them apart, with balls being played wide left and right.
Our only outlet now is Johnson.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: SammyH8 on February 09, 2019, 08:52:15 PM
Old Alt harsh assessment on Piggott, thought he looked a good outlet with often limited service, not really sure what you were watching.

Williams was miles off it today, a passenger.

Lucky 3 points but gladly taken. Great home end with a truly wank away stand.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: HashtagAlty on February 10, 2019, 11:34:12 AM
Someone on twitter said Piggott was motm , how did Drench play ?

A superb save at 1 nil and could do nothing about the goal


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: robininstockport on February 10, 2019, 12:40:32 PM
Biggest difference Drench made was his willingness to come for crosses, he made at least 2 punches from corners where Thompson would have left them.

Still can't believe there were no yellow cards.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: alty.fc on February 10, 2019, 12:57:18 PM
I wasn't there yesterday but a win is a win.  Still in the play offs up the reds


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Hale Alty on February 10, 2019, 07:02:47 PM
I wonder what Tom Peers is making of his decision to leave now? Might have been guaranteed seven starts.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: robininstockport on February 10, 2019, 08:57:02 PM
Peers was completely invisible yesterday.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: MarpleAlty on February 11, 2019, 08:39:19 AM
I think Peers was a perfectly capable deputy at this level and it was shame to lose him - he does generally know where the net is.

I wonder how Sean Miller is doing at Curzon Ashton?


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: The Thriving Jezza on February 11, 2019, 10:37:37 AM
Sean scored a peach the other week was all over twitter.
I think tom was right to leave..ok he'd have 7 starts but then be sat on the bench for the rest of the season.
wonder if chris senior is available?
Piggot ran his arse off on Saturday and was knackered for most of the 2nd half.....not his game I don't think playing a lone striker chasing hopeful balls against two meatheads.....when he finally did catch up with jj's runs jj put a cross right to the keeper at the near post....
disappointed we didn't start the left winger...we look unbalanced harrop looks out of place and spent most of the match doing Williams work in centre mid....how Williams gets the nod ahead of ringo is absolutely beyond me..
Drenchy showed no matter how experienced a keeper is they will always be poor at clearing suicidal back passes but he did command the area at crosses well......
we did well to win with the 2 injuries meaning a very disjointed set up.....


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: roytonmike on February 11, 2019, 10:53:28 AM
Brief video highlights now on National League website


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Alty Dave on February 11, 2019, 12:01:33 PM
Hers a link although tedious with adverts.http://www.thenationalleague.org.uk/videos





Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Mallorca Alty on February 11, 2019, 01:41:39 PM
The goals and Drench's first half save are here without adverts at the bottom of page 2 https://www.flickr.com/photos/mark_I_photos/sets/72157706527625775 (https://www.flickr.com/photos/mark_l_photos/sets/72157706527625775)


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Andrew Flynn on February 11, 2019, 02:11:07 PM
The goals and Drench's first half save are here without adverts at the bottom of page 2 https://www.flickr.com/photos/mark_I_photos/sets/72157706527625775 (https://www.flickr.com/photos/mark_l_photos/sets/72157706527625775)

Nice footage, perhaps something we could explore setting up for Alty TV & social media content.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Macsporran on February 11, 2019, 05:44:09 PM
Fan coverage from the Alty end on Saturday ...

https://youtu.be/Rf6MadLuTug


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Sarf London Alty on February 11, 2019, 08:56:14 PM
Hers a link although tedious with adverts.http://www.thenationalleague.org.uk/videos





Those adverts really spoil the highlights so badly. Thank god for Alty TV.


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: JD on February 11, 2019, 09:03:14 PM
Hers a link although tedious with adverts.http://www.thenationalleague.org.uk/videos





Those adverts really spoil the highlights so badly. Thank god for Alty TV.

And replays of the goals would be nice!


Title: Re: FCUtd Match Thread
Post by: Leon on February 11, 2019, 09:58:44 PM
Hers a link although tedious with adverts.http://www.thenationalleague.org.uk/videos





Those adverts really spoil the highlights so badly. Thank god for Alty TV.

We get the National League highlights at the bottom of the official Alty site and they seem to be advert-free there.