So you've basically prorogued the board and declared yourself head statesman and sole rule maker. Where have I heard this before? We need a more democratic approach

Aldershot - Halifax H 1-1 Torquay A 0-2 Barrow H 1-2 Stockport A 2-1 Wrexham H 1-0 Chesterfield A 1-2 Pools H 0-3 Notts H 2-1
Chesterfield H 2-2

Barrow - Chesterfield A 2-2 Halifax H 1-2 Stockport A 2-3 Wrexham A 1-2 Pools H 0-1 Aldershot A 2-1 Torquay A 2-4 Notts A 3-0

Chesterfield - Barrow H 2-2 Stockport A 0-2 Halifax H 2-3 Torquay H 1-0 Pools A 1-1 Aldershot H 2-1 Wrexham A 1-0 Notts H 1-0 Pools H 1-5 Aldershot A 2-2

Halifax Town - Aldershot A 1-1 Barrow A 2-1 Pools H 2-0 Wrexham A 0-1 Chesterfield A 3-2 Notts Co A 0-1 Torquay H 2-4

Hartlepool - Halifax A 0-2 Wrexham H 4-2 Barrow A 1-0 Torquay A 2-1 Chesterfield H 1-1, Stockport A 1-2 Aldershot A 3-0 Notts H 2-2 Chesterfield A 5-1

Notts Co - Stockport H 1-1 Wrexham H 1-1 Halifax H 1-0 Torquay H 2-0 Chesterfield A 0-1 Pools H 2-2 Barrow H 0-3 Aldershot A
1-2

Stockport - Barrow H 3-2 Chesterfield H 2-0 Notts A 1-1 Wrexham A 2-1 Aldershot H 1-2 Torquay H 0-4 Pools H 2-1 Torquay A 5-1

Torquay - Aldershot H 2-0 Pools H 1-2 Chesterfield A 0-1 Stockport A 4-0 Notts A 0-2 Barrow H 4-2 Wrexham H 1-0 Halifax A 4-2 Stockport H 1-5

Wrexham - Barrow H 2-1 Halifax H 1-0 Hartlepool A 2-4 Notts A 1-1 Stockport H 1-2 Aldershot A 0-1 Chesterfield H 0-1 Torquay A 0-1

Congrats to Brother Chesterfield on their first ever Real Brotherhood League win. A historic moment. Give the Stags lot a call to get a discount on the Stagecoach open top bus parade.

Congrats to Brother Chesterfield on their first ever Real Brotherhood League win. A historic moment. Give the Stags lot a call to get a discount on the Stagecoach open top bus parade.

Updated Brotherhood table for September will be up whenever I get my next break, already written it out but can’t take a pic of it at the minute as there is a camera above my head, typing this with my phone hidden under an oven glove.

Here we go updated Brotherhood league table for September:

So Hartlepool are above Stockport based on points per game, also the bonus point Soup Ladle favs Torquay for allowing Chesterfield their first win has had to be rescinded dud to Torquay’s disgraceful result at Brother Stockport today.

Apologies for the state of that sketched table but I had to draw it on the back of a paper cup.

Here we go updated Brotherhood league table for September: View attachment 11958
So Hartlepool are above Stockport based on points per game, also the bonus point Soup Ladle favs Torquay for allowing Chesterfield their first win has had to be rescinded dud to Torquay’s disgraceful result at Brother Stockport today.

Apologies for the state of that sketched table but I had to draw it on the back of a paper cup.

Excellent line work once again Mr Fish, you must've used a Helix shatterproof ruler here to create such great lines on an unpredictable surface such as a paper cup, tremendous!

Excellent line work once again Mr Fish, you must've used a Helix shatterproof ruler here to create such great lines on an unpredictable surface such as a paper cup, tremendous!

It’s a metal ruler that we have for measuring the bread on our hourly checks.
It’s about time I found a proper use for it actually as I don’t use it for the checks as I just make the fuckers up.

I remind forum members there is only ONE Brotherhood, the one I found and solely administer. Members are those clubs, in whatever guise, who were in the Football League in 1986. Membership is for all time, no member may leave, no new members may be admitted. There is no hierarchy within the Brotherhood.

I am the founder, sole administrator and I alone make the rules.

There's also another, slowly diminishing, brotherhood, of teams who joined the Football League in the Regional Third Divisions, and have remained in membership ever since WITHOUT ever playing in Division 1/Premier League. I reckon it includes Rochdale, Walsall, Southend, Plymouth, Crewe, Rotherham (United, not County), Scunthorpe and Gillingham...

There's also another, slowly diminishing, brotherhood, of ...Rochdale, Walsall, Southend, Plymouth, Crewe, Rotherham (United, not County), Scunthorpe and Gillingham...