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According to those in non-league circles the Football Conference have asked for opinions on the Chester situation from all Blue Square Premier clubs earlier this week.
If Chester are removed from the league and their results expunged it will, of course, affect each club in a different way.
For example Gateshead Football Club, who lost all six points to Chester and are fighting relegation, and Luton Town who only picked up two from six and are pushing for promotion, would both benefit more that others.
Former Chester City goalkeeper Phil Palethorpe has left Welsh Premier side Airbus UK Broughton to join Cammell Laird after failing to challenge first-choice keeper Kris Rogers for the gloves this season, according to reports in the local press.
Chester City’s youngsters will now travel to face Marine in the next stage of the FA Youth Cup. The match will be played at College Road later this month.
This was the reward for a well earned one nil victory away at Nantwich Town
Chester City begin their second spell in non-league football with a trip into the unknown.
Chester’s 2009/10 Blue Square Premier campaign opens with a trip to Grays Athletic on Saturday, August 8. A club Chester City have never faced before in their long and illustrious history.
The return of the mouthwater international derby comes on September 26, when the Blues travel to Wrexham’s Racecourse Ground with the return fixture at the Deva Stadium on February 13.
The Blues finish their campaign, providing they do not reach the playoffs, at home to Crawley Town, another team they’ve never played before.