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Conference South league leaders Eastbourne Borough dented St Albans City’s excellent start to the season when an early goal condemned the Saints to a 1-0 defeat at Priory Lane in a match blighted by un-seasonally strong wind and constant rain on Bank Holiday Monday.
1:20am Sunday 24th August 2014
St Albans City continue to announce their return to Conference South in style, as county rivals Bishop’s Stortford became the Saints third successive victims when going down 2-1 at Clarence Park on Saturday.
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A first half strike by the mercurial James Comley clinched a second successive Conference South victory for St Albans City on Saturday as Farnborough stay rooted to the foot of the table following their third reversal of the season.
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With an invigorating spell of three-goals in ten minutes St Albans City overturned a two-goal deficit away to Staines Town on Tuesday to record their first Conference South victory of the season and their first win at Wheatsheaf Lane for 17 years.
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1:36am Sunday 10th August 2014
“They wanted it more than us,” was the blunt post-match assessment of St Albans City joint-manager James Gray, as the Saints kicked off their return to Conference South with a lame performance that contributed to 1-0 defeat at Clarence Park to a committed Hayes & Yeading United on Saturday.
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9:44am Monday 4th August 2014
This summer we find ourselves at the height of activity for transfers in the Premier League, however more and more young English players are struggling to find professional clubs in the lower leagues. Why is this?
12:55am Sunday 3rd August 2014
St Albans City kicked off the 2014-15 season with a comfortable 4-1 Herts Charity Cup victory over Ware on Saturday and that three of the goals at Wodson Park were struck by summer additions Loick Pires and Elliot Buchanan pleased joint-Saints manager James Gray.
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This is a disgrace! The council are saying our car parks are on average a 50% empty! No wonder over 60 shops have shut locally in the last year. The council needs to cut the cost of parking & introduce free parking to encourage shoppers. This council is anti business! − fight ratesCity car parks with spare capacity 'good news'
It is strange that a company would invest in what looks to me like an expensive shop refit & then close within a few months. Especially as they are expanding the company & opening new stores nationally. It must be that the landlord is asking too much rent, together with the highest business rates in the world that have gone up for the last 22 years in a row. Landlords, the Government & the council have to reduce rent, rates & parking charges or shops will leave this city. − fight ratesBargain store closes down