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Monday, May 16, 2011

Fan Files

Throughout the season we talk to the real fans of football - folk who follow their local club up and down the country. From Rushden to Reading, and Cambridge to Coventry, we get to the heart of what it's like to be a lower league supporter.

Here you can read all our interviews from the Fan Files.

2009/10 season:


Dale fan Jon tells us what it's like supporting a side who haven't been promoted or relegated in over 30 years.

City supporter John discusses the current problems surrounding the troubled Conference club on and off the pitch.

The difficulties in making the step-up from League Two to League One, as Chairboys fan Tim explains.

Torquay United

The Gulls have returned to the Football League and Torquay fan Shaun tells us what it's like to be back.

Notts County

They're the League Two side everyone is talking about and County fan Keith gives us the lowdown on what life is like now at Notts County.

Rushden are surprise challengers for promotion to the Football League, Diamonds fan James tells us about the former 'moneybag's' revival.

Ahead of their appearance in the JPT Final, Cumbrians supporter Dave tells us about his love of the competition and the excitement of following Carlisle.

Oxford supporter Clive and York fan David talk to us about their sides clash in the Conference Play Off Final and a potential return to the Football League.

2010/11 season:

Shrewsbury Town

A good start to the season has Shrewsbury towards the top of League Two, Salop fan Matt talks about trying to bring back the good times at Town.

Yeovil Town

Glovers supporter Ben talks to us about happier times for the Somerset club as they battle to stay in League One.

The views expressed in these interviews are those of the individual and not Soccer AM/MW.

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