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Non League news from Sunday, July 23, 2017

- To be perfectly honest, I took very little enjoyment from my first experience of League One for six years. Slogging several hundred miles up north on cold Tuesday nights to stand in away ends that had received even less care than Charlton supporters in previous years and witness defeats was hardly much fun. I'd really rather not go through all that again, though at least I've not had to research f

- Vincenzo Montella has all-but confirmed that Carlos Bacca will leave Milan this season, after he was left out of their squad for the Europa League fixture against CSU Craiova on Thursday.It’s believed that Bacca will join Marseille in the coming days, with a £13m transfer already reportedly agreed according to Italian reports.With Milan having already made 10 signings this summer, including two st

- Danilo has completed a £26.9million transfer to Manchester City, and has immediately set his sights on winning the UEFA Champions League with the Blues. The Brazil international is well versed in helping a side win Europe’s premier cup competition, having appeared as a substitute when Real Madrid claimed their eleventh

- Last season saw Sunderland exit the top flight with a whimper, something they've done more than once before throughout the Premier League's 25-year history. But that hasn't been always the case; in the four seasons prior to their eventual relegation, the Black Cats finished no higher than 14th and no lower than 17th in a seemingly eternal battle for top-flight survival.Whilst each season contained

- Arsenal will be looking to have a much better season time around after missing out on Champions League football last term for the first time in nearly two decades. The Gunners have added some new faces to the their squad over the summer, most notably the big money signing of Alex Lacazette, a signing which has got the Arsenal fans here in the Tavern brimming with excitement.Our landlord thinks tha

- Plymouth Argyle will fare well in League One next season according to veteran manager Neil Warnock, who picked out Gregg Wylde as a Pilgrim favourite of his. The Cardiff City boss was talking to Herald Sport after his team inflicted Argyle's first defeat of pre-season in a 1-0 scoreline at Home Park on Friday night. Argyle chief Derek Adams felt the encounter was too slow-paced and felt like a tes

- Raphael Dwamena scored a brace on Swiss Super League debut as promoted FC Zurich secured a 2-0 win at Grasshoppers. The Ghana striker got the opener in the 21st minute on the first weekend of the 2017/2018 season. Dwamena added the second eight minutes from time which was the assurance goal for the bagged. The result sent FC Zurich to summit of the Swiss Super League of the table....