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SD Meets… Martin Tyler

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Supporters Direct staff recently visited supporter-owned Enfield Town to watch them take on Hampton & Richmond Borough FC in the Middlesex Senior Cup.

The SD team were celebrating Head of England & Wales & Club Development James Mathie’s ten year anniversary with the organisation as well as saying goodbye to Finance Manager Thomas Burnell who departs SD for pastures new.

After the game we had the opportunity to speak to Hampton & Richmond Borough FC Coach Martin Tyler to get his thoughts on Non-League Football, supporter engagement and fan-ownership and you can watch the full video below.

We would like to say a big thank you to Enfield Town for their fantastic hospitality and to Martin Tyler for giving us his time.

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