Monthly Archives: January 2017

Saving Kingstonian – A Manifesto (of sorts)

Originally posted on THE KINGSTON ROAD END:
Plenty has already been said and written about the referendum on community ownership, and it’s not my intention to add too much fuel to that particular fire. In my view, the referendum was…

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A Sixties Perspective : Kinks, Ks and Kingston Grammar

One of my 65th birthday treats last week was to go to Northampton’s Derngate Theatre to see the pop musical Sunny Afternoon. As a fan, and with a personal history which involved a few drinking sessions with The Kinks’ drummer Mick Avory … Continue reading

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Ks in Crisis? Fans reject chance to take over Kingstonian as uncertainty over club’s future grows

Thought I’d re-blog this as I researched for my own blog. Save the Ks! Fans voted on whether to become a community owned club over the autumn, but only 56 supporters moved to take control compared to 111 people against. … Continue reading

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