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Let's start as we finished

Gillingham are hoping to carry on where they left off at Coventry when they host AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday.

Top 10 Coventry v Gills pictures

Ady Pennock is still searching for a win as Gills boss after Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Coventry. Here are 10 of the best pictures from Barry Goodwin.

Fleet legend passes away

Ebbsfleet United’s FA Trophy-winning captain Paul McCarthy has died at the age of 45.

Sean's a cup hero

Family's joy as footballer earns his place in the history books and his team a spot in the FA Cup quarter finals.

I'd swap goals for three points

Gillingham defender Max Ehmer has taken little satisfaction from his scoring form.

Stones too good to be struggling

Kevin Lokko believes it's Maidstone's time to pull clear of trouble as he bids to avoid back-to-back relegations.


Ady feeling the pain

Head coach Ady Pennock is suffering after a torrid start to his Gillingham management career.



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Burman: We deserved a point

Dartford boss Tony Burman on why his team didn't deserve to lose to Chelmsford on Saturday.


Saunders: It didn't feel real

Jay Saunders said Maidstone’s breathtaking start against Chester didn’t feel real.


Gills boss: They can't defend to save their lives

Disappointed head coach Ady Pennock was left frustrated after more bad defending cost the Gills.


Stones win thriller

Maidstone blew away Chester in a lightning start before surviving a second-half fightback to win a Gallagher Stadium cracker.


Gills’ winless run extended to 10

Bottom club Coventry piled on the misery for Gillingham.


Home woe for Darts

Dartford lost ground at the top of National League South on Saturday.


Academy football ruining the game

Gillingham boss Ady Pennock says academy football is too tippy-tappy and the golden days are gone.


Jay set for contract talks

Maidstone manager Jay Saunders expects to discuss his future in the next few weeks.


Piggott ready to try anything

Chatham boss Paul Piggott not afraid to try different ways of playing in his bid to steer the club to safety.


We must focus on ourselves

Ebbsfleet manager Daryl McMahon has told players and fans to forget about their title rivals.

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