I will be interested to read the Harrow Observer tomorrow.
We’re expecting two very interesting stories, one particularly positive involving a very famous son of Wealdstone and one less so involving the someone connected with our friends in South Harrow.
I won’t say more now until we see what Tim prints
Apologies for the blogging silence over the past 3 weeks, a combination of starting a new job, leaving the old one and just not getting around to updating.
Lots going on though (as always). We had a busy board meeting on Monday where among the highlights Nick Dugard presented a report on the way the Rotherham game had gone from an organisational perspective outlining where we can be smarter when we have big games in the future. This was a hugely useful exercise.
Also Stuart Coutts provided his commercial update and he will be presenting his new approach at our next meeting in January.
Other notable things happening around the Club (apart from Gary and James demanding time and a half for the amount of work they must be getting through) have included meetings with the Wealdstone Juniors Club about developing their role within the Club and also discussions kicking off on how we want to take our youth set-up forward, involving Mickey Johnson.
Lots more as always – I’ll try to start updating again!
Couldn’t be at the rearranged game tonight so had the Twitter feed on – all I want to say is well done lads, a tremendous commentary throughout the night. What a great service and you can find it at #wealdstone_fc.
What the other Wealdstone people tweeting, the Non League 24 vidiprinter, the Non League Show on Radio London, the new Non League 24 glossy magazine (which has an article about us in their recent first edition) and of course Non League Daily.com, the world of football beneath League 2 has never had it so good.
And that doesn’t include the various club websites, the fans forums and message boards and so on…and occasionally the odd blog too.
No excuse for not knowing what’s going on!