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Kings of Anglia Issue 9 Magazine Offer

The Non-League Podcast: Who’d be a ref? Who has the biggest budget? And as it’s Black Friday... Who Stow boss Rick Andrews would love to sign.

PUBLISHED: 11:44 23 November 2018 | UPDATED: 12:03 23 November 2018

Carl Marston and Mike Bacon, back row, and front row, left to right: Dave Vincent and Stowmarket Town boss Rick Andrews. Photo: ROSS HALLS

Carl Marston and Mike Bacon, back row, and front row, left to right: Dave Vincent and Stowmarket Town boss Rick Andrews. Photo: ROSS HALLS

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Join host Mike Bacon and co-host Carl Marston for another episode of The Non-League Podcast. In this week’s edition we talk to Stowmarket Town boss Rick Andrews and are joined by Dave Vincent, former non-league sports writer and still occasional lino!

In Episode 4 of The Non-League Podcast we chat to Rick Andrews who has helped oversee Stowmarket’s resurgence up the non-league pyramid.

Plenty of chat and fun, discussing among other things:-

Why clubs are so ‘touchy’ over their budgets.

On-line programmes... The future or an annoyance to fans?

Carl Marston on the road. Three games in five days and not a home winner in sight!

Mike Bacon and the ‘Dave Vincent’ HMS Ganges football story!

Plus: Rick Andrews says... 3G or grass? BT Sport or Sky?

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