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News of former Linnets / Re: Danny Setchell
« on: October 15, 2020, 07:55:07 PM »
 :bus: Well that is a surprise.⚽️🏐 He will soon have more clubs to his name than Rory McIlroy.

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General Discussion / Re: Jamar Loza
« on: July 04, 2020, 07:08:57 AM »
DR65, 'proven' goalscorers at step 1 won't come cheap so not sure where the money would come from?

K80, of that list I didn't understand retaining Hawkins (2 starts this season at step 2 should tell its own story) and assume we offered Southwell a multi year deal which looked like desperation at the time and even more so now that we will be playing in step 1 next year - Halifax let him go for a reason.  I admit I was proved wrong with Henderson as I didn't think we could fit him into the starting 11 at step 2 but he and the other lads in midfield generally stepped up to allow him to continue to do what he did so well at step 3, whether that can apply in step 1, I have my doubts but happy to be proved wrong again.

Given that the model under IC has been quality over quantity, if Marriott does sign I think that may be it in terms of attacking options (I think IC thinks of Kelly as an attacker as much as a midfielder).  Still think right back and central midfield are more pressing areas.
Agreed strikers not cheap,however lots of opportunities to pick up players who have been league players and have not had their contract renewed,also if  or indeed when Marriot leaves the money he is paid will be spare. I believe players will be looking to sign contracts with clubs as they aswell as us realise the big money in the lower leagues is not there anymore.  Players realise they still need to earn as many will have young children but a contract on lower wages is better than no contract.

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General Discussion / Re: Jamar Loza
« on: July 03, 2020, 02:09:29 PM »
Maybe Tony, IC is looking To add another strong his bow In terms of formations etc.  Could be a less raw version of Simon Power?

We have signed a left sided defender, a wide player and a keeper.  Subject to no offers for Marriott from a League Club ( maybe just the wrong time in Football and the wrong age). What do people think we need.

I feel we definitely need a proven goal scorer at this level. If Marriott stays or goes I feel we are light on attackers, last season when Gash or Marriott were injured we struggled up top and it will be a lot harder next season to score those goals, competition for places is vital.

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General Discussion / Re: Jamar Loza
« on: July 02, 2020, 06:16:22 PM »
:scarf: Jamar Loza has been signed by KLTFC, the old Norwich connection reemerging, welcome on board. Does this mean Adam Marriott has gone? Not the most prolific striker but been around our new level for a few seasons now.

A good signing. Not exactly a like for like for Marriott, but a good player.

It seems to have gone very quiet on the Marriott front at the moment, hopefully he stays and proves himself again at a higher level for KLTFC, but it is quite obvious we are his back up plan, however as Mr Cleeve stated a while ago, not all teams will play to his strengths and if he does leave he may well be a bit part player.

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General Discussion / Jamar Loza
« on: July 02, 2020, 04:46:06 PM »
 :scarf: Jamar Loza has been signed by KLTFC, the old Norwich connection reemerging, welcome on board. Does this mean Adam Marriott has gone? Not the most prolific striker but been around our new level for a few seasons now.

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General Discussion / Re: Going up !
« on: July 01, 2020, 06:14:18 PM »
            :cup2: :cup2: :cup2: :cup2: CHAMPIONS AGAIN  :cup2: :cup2: :cup2: :cup2:

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General Discussion / Re: Archie Mair - goalkeeper
« on: June 28, 2020, 05:50:53 PM »
Pedro is the last man standing.    It’s comes with the higher we go.

Pedro has always been one of the best (if not the best) Keepers at whatever level Lynn have been playing at in recent seasons. He has been a massive part of the Clubs success and I believe still has a lot to offer at the higher level we are now  at.

Having to compete for his place next season is something I'm sure he will understand and expect as we progress through the league's.

 :comeon: :comeon: My opinion on this one is exactly the same as yours. We really do need to have competition in all positions on the pitch, not saying we need 2 players per position, just people who can cover other positions, obviously a goalkeeper was needed as we really have to have a back up on the bench this season, whoever it maybe. :comeon: :comeon:

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General Discussion / Re: Next season's squad
« on: June 28, 2020, 03:38:49 PM »
Interesting that,  B and G......I had wondered whether York might be involved. Lynn just need to get themselves sorted I reckon and not be too concerned what A M decides on.
I have a feeling that York won't get thro the playoffs.....by that time Lynn will probably have already sourced a striker and AM will not be required.

Mason Bloomfield sounds interesting.....will google

 :farmer: :oldman" As I have stated on a previous thread, if Adam Marriott does not commit to KLTFC in the near future, I feel we should part ways, yes I would like him to stay, however,we can and should not wait much longer. If he feels his future lies elsewhere let him go, he is not bigger than this football club and I feel sure IAN AND BAZZA AND ROBBIE can find us another striker, many being released next week.  :oldman"  :farmer:

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General Discussion / Re: Next season's squad
« on: June 21, 2020, 06:07:16 PM »
Short interview with Adam Marriott in today’s NLP.    Waiting to see what offers come in.  In a nutshell.

 :oldman" :farmer: :scarf: So by that Mal, we are his fall back plan, as much as I,and I am sure most would want him to stay, my opinion is if we are not now deemed good enough to commit too, on your bike. After the situation all football clubs have been through in the last few weeks, we can not and should not break the bank for one player. As mentioned in many previous posts there will be many,many players dropping out of the professional game come June, so I am sure Mr. Culverhouse and co can provide us with another striker.  :farmer: :oldman" :scarf:

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General Discussion / Re: Going up !
« on: June 18, 2020, 06:15:15 PM »
 :scarf: I really have been humbled, for our club with the amount of good wishes we have had. Over many years our football club in what ever guise it has been, has had many bad headlines, but all these good wishes and congratulations,just proves we as a club are not hated by all. Hopefully we will have many a good day out next season,as and when it is safe to proceed. :scarf:

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General Discussion / Re: Going up !
« on: June 17, 2020, 08:52:27 PM »
 :banghead; :banghead; Over to you Mr Marriott, are you joining us on our ride !!! .  :farmer:

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General Discussion / Re: Going up !
« on: June 17, 2020, 07:56:39 PM »
                    :cup2: :cup2: :cup2: :oldman" :farmer: :cup2: :cup2: :cup2:
I have to say from a fairness point of view I would like to see York City promoted, but from a selfish point ov view, would it not be great to see Boston United join us in the next league up. Two big local derbies to be had there.   :oldman" :farmer:

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: June 17, 2020, 07:10:37 PM »
We are the champions!

Not quite yet, needs ratification.

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General Discussion / Going up !
« on: June 17, 2020, 07:09:22 PM »
 :scarf: :cup2: KLTFC will be promoted as champions, if FA. ratifies the results  :cup2: :scarf:

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General Discussion / Re: The big vote
« on: June 17, 2020, 10:47:11 AM »
Radical plan coming up that will probably be stamped on rather than adopted, but here it comes.  The York crowd of 4K showed just what potential KLT have to attract very impressive crowds when “big games” turn up.  If we are fortunate enough to have last season’s incredible effort rewarded with promotion, “big games” will be available on a regular basis.  There are supporters and neutrals who are obviously able to pay the relevant price basically once a fortnight, to watch a home game.  The money they pay must be budgeted into their general life expenditure, and they have not had that outlay in recent weeks and months.  Here’s the rub...  From now on, why couldn’t or wouldn’t a high proportion of regular supporters start paying their usual entrance fee, money they have already shown they can afford, and are usually willing to pay.  If the average outlay in normal times is, say, £15 Per fortnight, would those  supporters be willing to start putting that money again into the club, into a special fund and account, at the rate of £15 a fortnight, having set up (usually digitally) a payment system.  What a boost to the club, the Chairman, and players that input would be, with a likely excellent season to follow (eventually !).  Ironically, I don’t believe football should re-start until the virus is vanquished - but we could do this to build the club in a big way....   I’ll sit back fo
r the brickbats !
  l have to say,had you thought that some of those people may well still be unable to return to work as yet, they will probably have taken a mortgage break, possibly even a credit card break,this money still has to be repaid, it's not given for nothing.  The idea is possibly good but there are many people who have been struggling for the past 3 months and donating money they maybe need to help catch up arrears accured are probably not the top of there list. Sorry to put a damper on the issue you raised,but hard facts are there for all to see at this moment in time.

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