Definition of 'non-league'
Example sentences containing 'non-league'
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This is also a very modern kind of non-league club. The Sun (2017)My journey is my family and making this the best non-league club it can be. The Sun (2017)The non-league team worked harder than Ipswich. Times, Sunday Times (2017)And a hardline approach will be required if County are to avoid a return to non-league football. The Sun (2016)Check the non-league club 's website and it is as if he does not exist. The Sun (2017)The Hull midfielder was playing non-league just three years ago. The Sun (2016)They had a weekend which non-league players around the country can only dream about. The Sun (2008)There are lots of good players playing non-league. The Sun (2015)Somebody said he had just been released from a local non-league youth team and he was running rings around me. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is as non-league as the club 's origins. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We have already tipped Cambridge to go furthest of the non-league teams. The Sun (2009)There was no such fifth-round joy for the other non-league teams. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And going to a non-league team isn't something that will shock many of us. The Sun (2015)The great question is, does this loving portrayal of non-league football also speak to a wider audience? Times, Sunday Times (2015)People think because we're a non-league team we would have been shaking in our boots coming here. The Sun (2013)He have disappeared and been an average non-league player but he got himself going and hasn't looked back. The Sun (2007)But I know from experience they are not the first non-league club to have their own fragrance. The Sun (2012)I was worried about bringing in a non-league player that would be wearing a police tag and cost a club our size quite a lot of money. The Sun (2015)
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