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2019-20 National League pre-season review

With another season over, it’s time to look ahead to the 2019-20 season, as we congratulate Leyton Orient and Salford City on their 2018-19 promotion, we welcome Yeovil Town and Notts County from League 2.

The 2019-20 season looks to be an exciting one with the favourites likely to be Yeovil Town and Notts County looking to reclaim their League 2 spots especially with Notts County’s huge fanbase and large capacity stadium which is in fact the biggest in the National league with a capacity of 19,588 (the second largest is “The Shay” of Halifax town with a capacity of 14,061.)

Then you have teams like Solihull Moors wanting to improve on their 2018-19 position by going one step further and getting to League 2 under coach Tim Flowers and captain Kyle Storer they’ll surely have high expectations for the 2019-20 season.

The North Walians Wrexham will also want to build on their progress in the 2019-20 season after their 4th place finish last year, they’ll be hoping for promotion next season under coach Bryan Hughes and 30-year-old captain Shaun Pearson who’s been at the club for 2 seasons now going into his third and he’ll be hoping for promotion next year.

The newly promoted teams Torquay United, Woking, Stockport County and Chorley will hope to solidify their National league status but will come in as underdogs in the 2019-20 season. But all four of these teams will have a serious chance at staying in the National League if they recruit smartly in the correct positions as none would want to be relegated back to the National League North or the National League South.

Yeovil Town is currently without a manager and they’ll want to recruit well if they want to make a push for promotion. Right now, there’s talk of Neale Marmon (the caretaker manager) to stay put, other front runners for the job are Jerry Gill of Bath City, Gavin Williams of Merthyr Tydfil and Geraint Williams who is currently without a job. If Yeovil Town recruits well, it would be hard to bet against them making a strong push for promotion. Mid-table teams such as Ebbsfleet United under Garry Hill, Sutton United with Matt Gray and Barrow under Ian Evatt. These teams narrowly missed out on the playoff places last year will hope to go one better this year and make the play-off places. At the other end of the table, it looks like another tough year for Boreham Wood, Maidenhead United and Dagenham & Redbridge. After finishing in the lower half of the table last season, it looks like another survival fight for these teams.

It’s currently unclear on how the league will be structured now that Gateshead has been suspended, they’ve also been fined £3,500 and could move down two leagues as the suspension also applies to the league below (the National League North.) There are also reports that the fans are agreeing a takeover of the club from Dr Ranjan Varghese. The club is likely to appeal the decision, if they win then they’ll remain in the National League, if not then they’ll be moved down two leagues.

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