The Promised Land

As a lifelong Fulham fan the 2020-21 season will very easy to brush under the carpet. To be fair when I last got to Craven Cottage in the flesh they were in the Championship and by the time I get back there next season (fingers crossed) that’s where I’ll still find them. Although in the […]

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Fortune Favours the Bald

As the champagne was being sprayed all round the joint and our extraordinary group of players went through their party moves to the sounds of their enormous travelling boom box Taz lent across to me and said “So, d’you think you’ve got enough material for the blog then…” Football. I mean, bloody hell Isn’t it? […]

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Lee’s Knees

Hello! We’re Gandermonium and you may remember us from such shit non-league blogs as St Albans away, Halifax away and that big game against Arsenal. And we’re back! Sort of. Maybe. Actually, we’re not that sure if we’re honest. But we are at least allowed outside to drink pints now, so we thought we’d take […]

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Don’t Lick The Ball

Wow, I really can’t believe that it’s been over nine months since I’ve had to put the twentieth twenty-first century equivalent of pen to paper and write a little missive on the adventures of the Gandermonium Firm and a lil’ known team from the depths of what is now called ‘Elite Football’. Whatever that means, […]

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Been Gone Too Long

“Football without Fans is nothing”. We’ve all heard it, read it and probably even said it at some point. Certainly in relation to the modern era of the game over the last few years as it’s often (over?) used to try and illustrate that the sport would be really quite dull, if not a little […]

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We’ll Meet Again…

Well, that didn’t quite go as planned. This was meant to be one last bit of filler to effectively sign us off for what’s looking more & more like a complete bust of a season, for us fans at least, after the National League decided they were going to start the season anyway and went […]

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Hearty in Hartlepool

One of the great things about football away trips is that they take you to places you’d probably otherwise never visit. Often you discover that a distant town you’d idly dismissed as dull/grim/rougher than Mitcham is actually rather interesting, sometimes even welcoming. They do say that travel broadens the mind. One northern town I unexpectedly […]

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Roving Around Wrexham

Wrexham has always seemed a bit of an anomaly. The town is indisputably Welsh but is geographically much closer to the great English conurbations of Merseyside and Manchester than it is to Wales’s big population centres of Cardiff, Swansea and (if you must) Newport. If this has given Wrexhamites something of an identity problem, those […]

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