NON-LEAGUE football has been part of my DNA for the past 30 years, but I’m sad to say that I no longer get the buzz I used to experience from this level of the game. There are a number of reasons and none of them imply that non-league is less important than it used to be, indeed there is an upturn in interest at some clubs as the gulf between the upper echelons of football and the rest of the structure marginalises some supporters. It’s purely personal. Mostly, it’s about the standard of football, which I truly believe has deteriorated over the past decade. The quality of, for example, step three, is definitely lower and lacks the skill and aggression it once had. The…