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Soccer Shorts: Glover turns his back on Ashford Town PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 16 June 2007

www.kentishfootball.co.uk brings you news snippets from Ashford Town, Sittingbourne, Ebbsfleet United, Welling United, Tonbridge Angels, Folkestone Invicta and Dover Athletic.

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Last Updated ( Saturday, 16 June 2007 )
London building collapse PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 12 June 2007

www.kentishfootball.co.uk grants permission for the media to use this article regarding the building collapse in Dean Farrar Street, Westminster this afternoon.

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Working just a goal-kick away from the scene of the building collapse in Westminster at 16:04 today, Stephen McCartney, 30, said: “I work on the third flood of an office in Tothill Street - just a goal-kick away from the incident on Dean Farrar Street.

“Whilst working on the computer in front of me, I noticed that a few colleagues further down our floor had rushed over to the window - there was no hint of a bang.

“Turning to my left and looking out of the window, all I could see was a trail of smoke float across us in front of the building.

“I walked over to the window but at the time, didn’t notice anything unusual.

It was over an hour when Stephen, an office administrator, and editor of the Kentish Football website, noticed what had happened - due to the work that he had to get done by home-time.

He said: “Before I left the office at 5:30pm, I visited the BBC website to find out what had happened, and printed off the article and passed it to one of my colleagues.

“On my way out of the building, two men from the Fire Brigade had passed me and asked our man on reception if they could use the bathroom.

“I came out of our building and noticed that our building had been cordoned off, so I walked underneath the ribbon and noticed the television crews, Police, Fire Brigade and on-lookers.

“I walked past these people and after telephoning home, walked towards Charing Cross train station to catch the 6pm train back home to Tunbridge Wells - there was no sign of panic but a peaceful calm.”

Updated: Wednesday, 13th June - 12:00

Stephen, however, was unable to gain access to work this morning, as both Tothill Street and Dean Farrar Street, were both cordoned off to the public, and was therefore sent home at 10am.


Last Updated ( Wednesday, 13 June 2007 )
Soccer Shorts: Chatham goalkeeper Whitehouse puts pen to paper - EXCLUSIVE PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 June 2007

Tonight www.kentishfootball.co.uk brings you news from Ryman League Division One South clubs Chatham Town, Ashford Town, Dartford and Whitstable Town.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 June 2007 )
Soccer Shorts: Kent sides give youth a chance to impress PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 05 June 2007

Tonight www.kentishfootball.co.uk brings you news on youth team football at Ryman League Division One South clubs Dover Athletic and Whitstable Town.

The Oystermen are searching for a manager for their under 16 side next season.

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