It's a big day for Folkestone Invicta. Not only do they face Dulwich Hamlet at the Fullicks Stadium in a clash which may be extremely significant at the top of the Bostik Premier Division table, and not only are they inviting all fans to come in 'Wacky Dress' and to donate to their chosen charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young, but it has been confirmed that this will be manager Neil Cugley's 800th League match in charge of the club.
Furthermore, unless Cugs is invited to take on Arsene Wenger's role at the Emirates Stadium, on Wenger's departure from Arsenal he will replace the Arsenal manager as the longest serving manager in the top seven- or who knows, top six- levels of English football*.
Congratulations Neil- and move over Paul Tisdale at Exeter City, who is being touted as Wenger's runner up by many news outlets who believe that English Football stops at the professional game, but has served less than twelve years at the Grecians helm.
We hope that Neil, Invicta fans- and Hamlet fans- have a marvellous day at the seaside!