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And finally… Right-back nil, nature one

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In this week’s And Finally… spare a thought for this poor right back, and his goalkeeper – the victims of a quite ridiculous wind-assisted own goal in the Isthmian League where Thurrock took on Romford.

 And Finally… is a featurette in the FSF’s weekly e-bulletin, Fanmail. To receive Fanmail, simply join the FSF here.

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