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Thursday, August 6, 2020

Hornchurch manager Mark Stimson insists winger George Saunders is ‘irreplaceable’ as they start plans for the upcoming season.

Hornchurch manager Mark Stimson insists Dagenham & Redbridge have won the lottery with the signing of winger George Saunders.

Romford will be ground-sharing with Barking FC at their Mayesbrook Park home for the 2020/21 season it was officially announced.

Hornchurch defender George Winn has departed the club to join Isthmian North outfit Aveley ahead of the upcoming 2020/21 season.

Romford owner/manager Glenn Tamplin is looking to build a consortium of businessmen to help him build a new stadium and support many causes including homelessness.

Barking Football Club have announced they are to partner with the Jack Leslie Campaign to raise funds.

Havering neighbours Hornchurch and Romford continue to wait for confirmation on when the 2020-21 Isthmian League season will begin.

Nick Reynolds holds the goalscoring record for Romford, since their reformation in 1992, with 74.

The Isthmian League and Kappa are pleased to announce that the historical sports brand has been appointed its official bench wear supplier and recommended match day kit supplier from the 2020/2021 season.

Romford owner/manager Glenn Tamplin has hinted that his new-look squad is good enough to win the National League South.

Former long-serving Hornchurch captain Elliot Styles has picked his top five games from the 541 appearances he made for the Bridge Avenue outfit.

Romford owner/manager Glenn Tamplin has revealed he stayed in isolation for six weeks to protect his family due to have coronavirus symptoms.

Former Hornchurch captain Elliot Styles has revealed his own all-time XI from an 11-year stay at the club for whom he made 541 appearances.

Boreham Wood chairman Danny Hunter does not expect non-league football to return this year as he claimed misguided advice from the National League had already cost him more than £100,000.

Hornchurch captain Lewwis Spence was injured and working towards getting back on the pitch when the season came to abrupt halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.

When he was asked to name his all-time favourite Romford XI, his initial thought was ‘that’s something to do for 20 minutes’, but Romford chairman Steve Gardener was completely wrong.

Hornchurch captain Lewwis Spence has had a career full of opportunity, including playing at Premier League side Crystal Palace, working under the late Justin Edinburgh, and finding his way into non-league football.

National League clubs have voted to end the regular season at its current point, with promotion and relegation outcomes “under careful consideration”.

National League clubs are voting on whether to end the season amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Romford goalkeeper Matt Cafer says it was nice to end the season in good form after having the season cut short due to the coronavirus outbreak, writes Jacob Ranson.

Romford goalkeeper Matt Cafer insists keeping fit during the coronavirus pandemic could be the toughest test of his career yet without having many of the facilities to work on things.

Rudimental star and former semi-professional footballer DJ Locksmith is encouraging everyone to use physical exercise to help them mentally during the coronavirus pandemic.

Isthmian League chairman Nick Robinson admits he does not know whether there will be a next season because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Former long-serving Romford manager Paul Martin is back in business as he takes on the East Thurrock United job for next season.

The Isthmian League and Southern League face finding a new sponsor for next season after BetVictor announced an end to the current sponsorship deal.

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