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non-league

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(General Sporting Terms) sport amateur or semi-professional
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Moody became a popular figure at the Northern League Division One club and around the North East non-league scene after serving the four-time FA Vase winners with over three decades of dedicated service.
Shelley manager and non-league stalwart, Ash Berry, has known Accrington boss, John Coleman, since the Lancashire club were playing in the Northern Premier League (up to 2003).
Hardy, a product of Manchester City's academy, had spent the previous four seasons in non-league with AFC Fylde before signing up at the Banks's.
Byline: NON-LEAGUE SAM CARROLL SCORES WITH THE LATEST NEWS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS
DUNDEE v QUEEN OF STH ANDY DALES isn't fazed about making his Dundee debut in a Scottish Cup scrap - after experiencing everything in non-league football down south.
It's Non-League Day in England, which means football fans, not just of top-flight and Championship clubs, are encouraged to get down and support their local team, and discover just what a brilliant job they do.
The Sky Blues development squad will kick off their summer schedule at non-league neighbours Nuneaton Town, now managed by City's former development coach Nicky Eaden.
Ross Thomson Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson is hoping the Fir Park side's record of finding non-league gems can continue with the capture of Danny Johnson.
NewChester FCjoint managers Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson became familiar to the nation when they became bosses at former club Salford City and their rise up the non-league pyramid was charted through the BBC documentary Class of 92: Out of Their League.
The meeting allowed member clubs to learn more about the Football Association's restructure of the non-league pyramid.
The Bluebirds striker was still a non-League nobody only 18 months ago, having failed to convince at West Brom, Birmingham City and Celtic.
The usual bread-and-butter non-league players are rubbing shoulders with English footballing luminaries such as Paul Konchesky and Jermaine Pennant, who have both featured in FA Cup finals.

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