||Sammy wants a 97/98 shirt to
complete his collection. Can you help?
|Player of the Year
||It's that time of the year again
where the BFCSA holds a vote for player of the
year, plus other awards.
||The BFCSA are pleased to announce
that following some discussion on the Official
Site's message board, we are offering a prize for
the best fancy dress worn to the last game of the
||The BFCSA was founded in 1926,
which makes the 2001/02 season its 75th season.
To mark this occasion we have had a special badge
||It was pleasing to see a
good turn out for Steve Brinkman's testimonial
match at Dunstable F.C. A short summary of the
benefit match played in memory of ex-bee, Steve
||Barnet FCSA are involved
in local schools football by sponsoring their
activities. Recently the local primary schools
have been holding tournaments at Livingstone
School, East Barnet.
||Steve is inviting questions from
everybody and anybody.
||Statement from Steve Percy,
chairman of the BFCSA.
||Ex Bees Skipper, Kevin Millet, is
organising a benefit game to raise money for the
family of Steve Brinkman, an ex Bees star who
sadly passed away last year.
||Bury FC are in danger of folding.
There is an appeal from them here.
||We announce with great sadness the
death this week of Frank Judge at the age of 88.
We have a tribute here.
||Everyone at the BFCSA would like
to welcome Peter Shreeves (pictured) and Martin
Allen to Barnet Football Club. Obviously you are
used to much larger clubs, but we know you will
find just as much passion and enthusiasm (if not
more) that you have had at your previous clubs.
||The BFCSA would like to thank John
Still for all the hard work he has put in as
Manager of Barnet FC over the years. (23/02/02)
||The former club of Barnet
favourites Ben Strevens and Phil Gridlet, and now
home to our female junior section, was subject to
a burglary and arson attack in the early hours of
Friday 18th January.
||A couple of links for email
addresses of Barnet's local coucillors and Sir
Sydney Chapman MP.
||Paul Wilson, who recently returned
to Barnet, has been appointed first team coach.
following the departure of 37-year-old Ian
||On 12 December, Tony Kleanthous
answered questions that he had invited readers of
the Barnet Times to send in. We have reproduced
||There has been a lot of things
said about the proposed stadium. But what about
the facts? Presented in a simple format, easy to
refer to, we hope to dispel as many of these
myths as we can.
||Barnet's MP, Sir Sydney Chapman,
is holding a meeting at QE Girls School on 1
February. There is now an aerial plan of the
proposed stadium, as well as a bigger picture of
the one to your left.
||Barnet Football Club this week
accused Conservative activists of distributing a
poster "riddled with inaccuracies and untrue
statements" to whip up opposition to their
proposed new stadium to the south of Underhill.
Article from The Non-League Paper.
||It is February 1963, and Barnet
have not played at Underhill since December due
to one of the harshest winters in history. The
pressure is on to get the pitch playable.
Fascinating clip from the Barnet Press archives
shows how this was achieved, in those
||Some of the stories that are
making the headlines.
||Our next league game is against
Chester City. They may be second from the bottom
- but they also have a new manager.
||The Queens Arms has reopened, but
now has an Over 21's policy.
Going Up Or Down?
||With most leagues having now
reached the half-way stage of the season, it's a
good opportunity to have a look at who seems
likely to go up or down... Article from the
||The BFCSA Committee have sent a
letter to Barnet Council, supporting the clubs
planning application for the new stadium. See a
||The FA Appeal hearing was
adjourned after an expression of 'concern' by the
West Riding County F.A. representatives.
||We catch up with the East Terrace
Drummer and find out about his rock-star
aspirations, opposition fans' advice on what to
do with the drum, and how hard it can be...
||Question: How do you kill off
interest in covering a non-League club's run in
the FA Cup?
Answer: Get the Football Associations' Broadcast
Rights department involved.
Article from the Non-League Paper.
||The author of Goole Town Website
has landed himself in hot water with the FA. For
||We regret that ex-Bee, Steve
Brinkman, died of a heart attack last week.
Tribute from BFCSA.
||"The Sun always shines on
TV", or so sang Morten Harket of eighties
pop-group, Aha! The media group that own this
newspaper pledge their support for Non-League
Football on Sky TV. Article from the Non-League
||We will be reproducing stories
from the Non-League Paper's website on here as
part of a new series. To start it off - Jake
King's angry outburst after his team's clash with
Barnet last month has landed the Telford United
boss a £250 fine from the FA.
||Gillingham Independent Supporters
Club responds to an article by their Chairman in
which they claim there are unsubstantiated
allegations. Reproduced here to publicise their
Build a Hut
||One from the archives! A clipping
from the Local Press from around 1960.
||The 200 Club has been wound up
||The BFCSA have not sponsored a
player this season. What have we spent the money