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In Defence of The New Age Era

This past weekend, The Non-League Paper published an article entitled Losing Old Ethic is No Smart Idea – Fans Straying in New Age Era, which featured an interview with the Chairman of Bridlington Town, Peter Smurthwaite.In the article various theories are given as to why attendances at Bridlington are not as high as they should be. […]

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Our Broadcasting Charter

Club members might now be aware of a resolution that FCUM Radio and TV have submitted to this year’s FC United AGM. This submitted resolution can be found below; Resolution That the club officially recognises the Broadcasting Charter which will underpin FCUM Radio and FCUM TV in the future. Supporting information: In 2012, a document […]

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Community Shielding

An Editorial: Today, a quite remarkable navel gazing event is taking place down in that there London.  Known simply nowadays as The FA Community Shield supported by McDonalds, to many a Sky Sports subscriber, this particular match represents the curtain-raiser to “yet” another enthralling football season. However, a tweet Producer Ben made today seems to have resonated […]

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Happy FCUM Radio Summer Proms Eve

An Editorial: The countdown to this year’s FCUM Radio Summer Proms is now fast approaching zero, and here at the station, we have now entered the phase known as “blind panic”. But at nervous times like this, it is probably best just to wade through all that anxiety stuff and start to remember what the whole point […]

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The Daft Ideas – Doing Things Differently

 An Editorial: This week, some of you may have read the excellent piece on the Fine Lung website, urging you all to think about the future when it comes to Course You Can Malcolm. For those of you unaware of what Course You Can Malcolm is, lets just say that it is the pre-match club night in the […]

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