(Formerly known as) "The number one Groundhopping blog in the whole of Christendom"
Hi, I'm a regular visitor to your site as I work my way up to 92. Have put a link on mine http://2philstour.webs.com and wondering if you might return the favourPhil
Really good read, I wish I had the time to visit more grounds (2 year old puts a damper on that though!)Keep up telling us about your travels :)I'm hoping you get to Newport to finish the 92!Yours in SportDavidhttp://londonfootballhotels.com
Nice website.Writing is a passion and sport is life!http://football-league-weekly.webnode.com/
HiI love the site; the idea of visiting local clubs is serious dedication. I feel that I am in my infancy only visiting and writing about a few grounds. It would be good to see what you think about my reviews as I’ve travel Europe watching some interesting games. Maybe you can put a link to my page. Check my stadium Review page - http://chrismarsdenblog.com/category/football-stadia/Good LookChris Marsden
My greatest ground - bagging endeavours have probably been Junior ( Non League ) in Scotland.Two recommendations; Linlithgow Rose & Auchinleck Talbot - though you might have received these from others !
You're clearly bonkers - but bonkers in a great way!As one of those, who attended that 1977 Cup Final your latest epistle brought back loads of memories.I try to visit Ladeside every now and again although I no longer live in the area so here's hoping they can add to their two Cup wins this year.As for looking forward to a bevvy in Glasgow in future you should know by now that Glaswegians dont drink so you'll need to stick to pies and bovril....
Great read for non-league football fans and club members getting recognition for what they do. You should try and get up to Wooler FC game. Football isn't fantastic at the moment, but the 'crack' from the sidelines is something to remember.
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