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Why Accrington Stanley? Unabridged Raw Milk Fanzine Article

Raw Milk being read at WHAM Stadium

Why Accrington Stanley? It is a question that I have been asked more than once since I started Across The Pitch. The first person was Scott Brown, the former Stanley midfielder who is now with Harrogate Town. It was the first thing he asked Arran Airs and myself, when we interviewed him the first time…

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Across The Witch: A Visit To Padiham F.C. Vs Runcorn Town

Padiham F.C. vs Runcorn Town

Alice Nutter Statue in Padiham A last minute change of plan at the weekend gave me the unexpected opportunity to take in a visit to Padiham F.C. for their North West Counties Premier League encounter with Runcorn Town F.C. at the Ruby Civil Arena. About The Teams For those who don’t know, Padiham  is a…

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3 Players From The U.S. NASL Who Played In The 1982 World Cup

NASL Players 1982 World Cup

The U.S. men’s national soccer team, with the exception of 2018, have been a regular feature at the FIFA World Cup in recent tournaments. However, the failed to Qualify between 1950 and 1990. Despite this absence, three players from other nations appeared at the finals whilst playing for club’s in the United States, at the…

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Jamaica National Football Team: CONCACAF Gold Cup Preview

Jamaica National Football Team

Every two years nations from across CONCACAF (the Fifa region including the US, Mexico, and Canada) meet in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The current iteration of the tournament dates to 1991 when CONCACAF officials canceled the CONCACAF championship. That first Gold Cup was hosted by the United States as they went on to win the…

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Minnesota United FC: June 2019 Team Of The Month Profile

Minnesota United FC Team of the Month

Photo of soccer player and coach, Adrian Heath. By Wilson Wong (user: Longbomb) – Own work, CC BY 3.0, Wikipedia While Minnesota United FC is in the just their third season in Major League Soccer, the history of professional soccer in the Twin Cities dates all the way back to 1976. Back in the old…

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