Following the demise of Badsey Rangers it is possible that there could be no senior soccer in Badsey next season.
Both Montpellier FC and Badsey United, who both play at Ballards Park, are mooted to have made different arrangements for the 2017-18 season. Montpellier, currently lying second in the Midland League Division Three, have spoken of a move to Redditch. This would halve the travelling of their players, who are mostly Birmingham based. It would also insure a ground with floodlights when they gain promotion in the future.
Badsey United's future at Badsey is less certain. It is rumoured that United's current manager is taking himself, and most of his players, over to Worcester to revive a Perrywood team, which once played in the now defunct Worcester Saturday League.
Let's hope, for the few ardent fans who rely on these Saturday afternoon matches for their entertainment, that a combined team of the remnants of United and Rangers, can be formed into a new United (or Rangers) team for next season.
CAN I HAVE MY
BOOK BACK, PLEASE?
Brian Smith, is asking anyone who bought his first book of poetry, "From
Down Sands Lane to Cuckoo Bridge" if they would like to sell it back to
him for the original purchase price of £5.
charity organizations and groups in Badsey and the Vale, if you want an
hour of fun and music for your members then why not get the ChORD-ITES to
visit and entertain
you with their five-piece ukulele band.
To see a video of them on YouTube then click here
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