Upload following request – I don’t have the setlist any longer though, sorry! Biosphere is the main recording name of Geir Jenssen (born 30 May 1962), a Norwegian musician who has released a notable catalogue of ambient electronic music. He is well known for his works on ambient techno and arctic themed pieces, his use of music loops, and peculiar samples from sci-fi sources. His 1997 album Substrata was voted … Continue reading Biosphere

The Cumbrian Weekender

This post will timeline my weekend in Barrow-in-Furness, taking in of course the glamourous appeal of a football match between top-of-the-table Barrow AFC and sixth-bottom Aldershot Town. I will update it (including the match report on Saturday) so that it will be a scroll down job top to bottom for readers. To add, Barrow fans reading this that are miffed about the slagging on ShotsWeb, … Continue reading The Cumbrian Weekender

The Bitterest Pill: Harrogate Town 1, Aldershot Town 0

  We didn’t deserve that. We really didn’t. Another set-piece conceded. Another goal conceded, worse than usual because we were left with little or no time to repair the damage. That is why, as the song goes, the bitterest pill is hard to swallow. Sure, we probably wouldnt have scored if we had played until the midnight hour (another Jam reference and there are more … Continue reading The Bitterest Pill: Harrogate Town 1, Aldershot Town 0

National League – Gameweek 9 – live!

Seeing as our game at Barnet is off and I’m at home like many other Shots fans, I decided to do a live articel, updating the goals as they happen in GAMEWEEK 9. First off, let’s look at the fixtures tonight, info provided by the official VL website: Barrow vs. Hartlepool United Barrow are currently 21st in the table having taken seven points from their … Continue reading National League – Gameweek 9 – live!

From the other side: A traveller’s tale from Halifax

From the FC Halifax website, courtesy of Rob Brown: Aldershot’s Recreation Ground is one of our favourite places to watch football and their reprieve from relegation at the end of last season was very much welcome. The club operate a soft segregation policy which allowed the 70 or so travelling Shaymen the freedom to wander around the colourful ground. The main stand which was opened … Continue reading From the other side: A traveller’s tale from Halifax

Danny Hunter ‘sad’ after ‘abysmal’ 407 attendance

Boreham To Tears FC chairman Danny Hunter says he may reduce his investment in the club after a “laughable” crowd of 407 saw their defeat by Sutton on Saturday. The National League side have averaged 655 fans over three home games so far. Taking away season-ticket holders and travelling fans, Hunter said there were only 46 paying adult Boreham supporters at Saturday’s match and that … Continue reading Danny Hunter ‘sad’ after ‘abysmal’ 407 attendance

It’s Friendly Fire! Goals Fly In With Three Weeks To Go

The pre-season preparation was cranked up a notch as the days tick down to the new campaign. Wrexham impressed as they won 2-0 at AFC Telford United. New striker Leighton McIntosh got his timing right after 12 minutes to put the Dragons ahead. After Shaun Pearson’s knock-on, Bobby Grant made it safe in the second half at the New Bucks Head. Jake Kirby was at … Continue reading It’s Friendly Fire! Goals Fly In With Three Weeks To Go


    IN THE BEGINNING…   One man was instrumental in Aldershot forming a football club in 1926, Mr Jack White. White was a sports journalist working on national newspapers, upon moving to the area he starting discussing the forming of a club in the town with local businessmen. Little progress was made during a period of at least two years until he met with Aldershot … Continue reading HISTORY