It was only a dream that we'd sign him I suppose.
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A real shame. It seems the board were a bit hasty making the decision. I recall Hastings Town resigned and then tried to have it withdrawn unsuccessfully from the Southern League in 98/99. For all the board knew a money man could have been waiting in the wings.
He might well have returned to Boston, but I wonder if they have noticed ?
Ouch ! LOL. He was at the Walks on Monday.
i am being a. bit thick here but what does i m o stand forIn my opinion.
In that case what you're looking for is IMWO.
Has he been playing regularly ?
He's been a regular in a not very successful Bedford Town side. It would be great to see his return. Player of the season before the injury. Though I haven't seen anything official saying he's coming back.
I can't see that it would be a wise move to become dependant on Ashley Timms. He doesn't appear to hang around at any club for any duration. Maybe he thinks its time to settle at a club, maybe not. We could let Pedro go then a week later Timms ups and leaves.
I see he has his hands behind his back there...
He's playing guess which hand the w~@#er sign is in.
Reading about Ryan Fryatt's knee injury I'm reminded of Stuart Wall. What a player he was, our player of the season before the cruciate injury. I understand he's back playing for Bedford Town who play at the same level as us. Could we interest him in a return?
In order to have a chance of reaching the play offs the players have to believe it's still possible. It needs very motivated players to go the extra mile. If they don't think we have a chance there's the possibility of them just going through the motions.
Bodger it's a good question, but how much game time has Duffers had compared to Ryan ?
League and Cup. Rob Duffy 1487 mins in play. Ryan Fryatt 2355 mins. Well you did ask,lol