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Martin Allen leaves Barnet to manage Eastleigh

Martin Allen has left Barnet to become the new manager of National League side Eastleigh, the League Two club has announced.

The Bees revealed that Eastleigh made an approach for the 51-year-old on Wednesday following the departure of Ronnie Moore on the same day due to "personal circumstances."

Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous told the club's website: "Martin has asked to be released from his contract so he can join Eastleigh.

"The approach came out of the blue [on Wednesday] but it was quite clear...

 By Chris Wright

Two brave fans make cross-country trip to watch North Ferriby lose

Credit where credit is most definitely due to the travelling North Ferriby United fans who braved sub-zero temperatures to make the long trip to watch their beloved side in action on Tuesday night.

A hardy travelling band of just two North Ferriby supporters made the 260-mile, coast-to-coast round trip across the north of England to watch their team play in the National League.

 By PA Sport

Manager gets three-year ban for betting against own teams 45 times

Frome play in the Southern League Premier Division, the seventh tier of English football.

The Football Association has suspended Nick Bunyard, manager of non-league club Frome Town, from all football until 2019 for betting against teams he managed.

An FA commission has found that from September 2014 to April 2016 Bunyard placed 45 bets against Frome and his former club Paulton Rovers.

FA rules prohibit anyone involved in the game from betting on any football match that takes place anywhere in the world. The FA has imposed the ban after Bunyard admitted a misconduct charge relating to...

 By PA Sport

Non-league club Forest Green Rovers to build eco-friendly wooden ground

Forest Green Rovers will be watching their team in a new eco-friendly ground.

Forest Green Rovers' new stadium will be the first in the world to be entirely made of wood.

The non-league club held a competition to design their new 5,000-seat ground, which will be the centrepiece of the £100 million Eco Park development near Stroud, Gloucestershire, and received more than 50 designs from architects around the world.

Zaha Hadid Architects -- the firm that designed a stadium for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and the London Aquatics Centre -- came up with the winning idea.

 By Chris Wright

Southport in kit clanger at Torquay as their home kit clashes with their away

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the latest from the social media world, including Man City's baffling new kit design.

Given that both teams traditionally play in yellow, Southport packed a change of colours for Saturday's long, long 575-mile round trip to Torquay United in the National League.

However, upon arrival at Plainmoor, it soon emerged that Southport's away kit wasn't going to cut the mustard, largely due to the fact that -- for reasons beyond our comprehension -- it is almost exactly the same colour as their home strip. Except it looks like someone has drawn all over it with a highlighter pen.