April 23, 2015
The Non-League Nightmare
Tiny grounds, part-time teams and qualifying for the FA Cup. It’s non-league football, and for everyone involved in the lower reaches of the Football League, it’s their worst nightmare.
Although for Bristol Rovers and their supporters, that nightmare is a reality.
Relegated at the end of the 2013-14 season, Rovers’ failure to pick up a point in their final game at home to Mansfield saw them drop – despite spending only 70 minutes of the entire campaign in the drop zone.
With two teams falling out of the coveted 92 each season, the pressure to make non-league a short-lived experience is growing with every passing year.
However, Rovers are bidding to be the first team since Carlisle United a decade ago to bounce back at the first attempt.
And sitting a point off top spot with one game remaining, all eyes are on Rovers as they look to re-write last season’s miserable campaign.
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