Football


Bishop Sutton’s new manager, Jon Toy, says he wants to take the club back to its former heights – but is keen to reintroduce a family feel along the way, writes Andrew Clayton. Toy, who has played for the likes of Bath City, Clevedon Town and Keynsham Town, turned out for the Chew Valley crew …

Director of Football, Neil Dewsnip, has praised Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe and his team for their positive attitude despite still not knowing which league they will play in – or even if contracts will be renewed – for next season, writes Tom Howe. It is widely expected that Argyle will return to League One …

The chairman of Forest Green Rovers suggests the window to play on in Leagues One and Two will soon be closed, admitting: “In our hearts we believe the season is over,” writes Tom Howe. An indicative vote by League Two clubs points towards using an unweighted points-per-game (PPG) system to conclude their season, although one …

Weston-super-Mare will stay patient on their transfer hunt, says manager Scott Bartlett, as they weigh up their options for next season, writes Andrew Clayton. The Seagulls, who were tenth when time was called on the Southern League Premier Division this year, have already brought in winger Matt Jones from Hungerford Town, while veteran striker Nick …

Southern League Willand Rovers are looking to add a therapist and/or physio to their team. The Silver Street side, who won the Western League Premier Division to gain promotion to Southern League Division One at the start of this past season, would like to have the new person on board ‘as soon as possible’. Football …

Despite the obvious disappointment of the season being made null and void, Truro City have wasted no time in preparing for football’s resumption with four new signings coming through the door this week, writes Cameron Weldon. Ryan Dickson, Ryan Brett, Shane White and Andrew ‘Rocky’ Neal all put pen to paper to sign for Paul …

What Crediton-based Dave Blanchford does not know about local football could quite probably be written on the back of a postage stamp. The octogenarian has been involved in the game since school days and still has an association both with the Devon FA in his role as a FA councillor and also with his beloved …

With the country in lockdown due to the coronavirus crisis, people have been finding different ways to get their sporting fix, writes Tom Howe. Some have taken to watching live action from far flung, unlocked down corners of the world while others have been enjoying reruns of memorable moments gone by. Documentaries have been a big …