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General Discussion / Re: Is anybody there ?
« on: May 15, 2024, 05:16:29 PM »
Surprisingly Kings Lynn, did reveal their retained/released list shortly following the end of season. Majority of other clubs hold back on their retained list until 1st June. Therefore regarding any approaches to players the club would be unwise to reveal at this stage who might be of interest to them.

Personally hopeful that we may be able to secure Greg Taylor on a permanent deal, we were defensibly much more secure  unit with a left sided player on the left of the back three, after he came in. If Taylor is not achievable then another naturally left sided defender for that position.

Morrison gone, Hargreaves signature hanging by a thread, Two ball winning midfielders required., plus the midfield organize the job Sam Walker was called upon to fill last season.

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General Discussion / Re: Club vacancy.
« on: April 30, 2024, 03:51:21 PM »
Have to admit when I noted the header, I wrongfully imagined it to be vacancy to replace physio or as officially list Sports Therapist Linzi Mirams.
Anyone know why Linzi is leaving the club ?

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General Discussion / Re: Adam Lakeland Interview
« on: April 19, 2024, 09:43:31 PM »
looks nailed on Mallard that Needham Market will be in NLN  Boreham Wood, Dorking Wanderers, Oxford City coming down.                                                                Promoted teams from step 3 Hornchurch, Chesham will be NLS  bound. Would no.t be surprised to see Oxford City also allocated NLN

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General Discussion / Re: Winning run continues
« on: March 16, 2024, 08:59:55 PM »
 3 points on Tuesday would put us on 49 points, It has been quoted that 50 points should secure survival , so one further point from seven games ?

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General Discussion / Re: Another Great passes
« on: February 25, 2024, 05:59:43 PM »
Mallard, No Mick would not ever cast his eyes toward Stan.

Not sure how to write this in allowable language, but Stan was indicating to Mick that the referee masturbated.

Imagine what punishment would have been dished out today had that been caught on camera ?

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General Discussion / Re: Another Great passes
« on: February 25, 2024, 05:36:13 PM »
Funny memory of Stan.
Game Ipswich v QPR at Portman Road, Stan had already been booked. Referee was speaking to Mick Mills ahead of the inevitable booking, Stan was standing behind the ref trying to make Mills'y laugh.   

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General Discussion / Re: National League North composition 2023-24
« on: May 16, 2023, 12:04:08 PM »
Makes a mockery of a regional competition when the Northern section has to extend as far south as Greater London (Bishops Stortford) to compile the league.
After this season top half of NLN & NLS should form a National league 1 , bottom half National league 2.
From then on top two teams automatic promotion + one further promotion via play-offs.
Effecting 3 up and 3 down throughout three National League tiers

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General Discussion / Re: One for us to consider?
« on: May 14, 2023, 08:49:04 PM »
Players released by Colchester, would jump at the chance to see Freddie Sears in a Lynn shirt.

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General Discussion / Re: the sending off
« on: April 30, 2023, 04:02:31 PM »
Referee was so blatantly biased toward Curzon, he realized he could no longer influence the result, but he could ensure Lynn were without one of their best players for the play-offs. Equally mystifying why the second goal was disallowed as there was no contact between the players and no question of off-side Ox' C came from behind the defender.  Two worthy penalty appeals waved away Gold was hauled down in the box and a hand ball that everyone in the stadium say except the officials.     

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General Discussion / Re: The debt - should we be worried??
« on: April 14, 2023, 06:30:35 PM »
Thought crossed my mind.
I do wonder if Notts County supporters are somewhat similarly concerned having read recently they are 14,000,000 in debt ?

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General Discussion / Re: Around the County
« on: February 26, 2023, 12:11:52 PM »

Looking a good season for Non-League Norfolk.
 Kings Lynn top,
Thetford top and favorites to be promoted to step 4, seems Cameron King has made quite a difference
 Heacham top and favorites to be promoted to step 5.
Downham Town have climbed into a play off slot in Thurlow Nunn North.
Wroxham and Gorleston both moving up in Isthmian North.
Hopefully the influx of squad additions including the loan of Lynn's Tyler Knowles will secure Dereham Towns place in Northern Midlands division at step 4.

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General Discussion / Re: Brakes fail to stop the Linnets
« on: January 29, 2023, 01:58:54 PM »
I'm confused. The match report in the Lynn news confirms Cosgrave as scoring twice with Spiller credited with the third goal. Yet at the bottom of their report it states that OC and Walker were the other scorers....As does the Forum home page???

Having read the Leamington report seems the first goal Oxlade-Chamberlain headed goalwards and was a case of had it or not crossed the line before Cosgrove got a touch on it.
Third was a credited to Kellar on Twitter also in Leamington report, seems like they were aware it was a Lynn sub' but not really bothered who it was.


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General Discussion / Re: Around the County
« on: January 29, 2023, 01:51:51 PM »
Add to the draw fest  . Thetford 2 Mulbarton 2

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General Discussion / Re: Around the County
« on: January 15, 2023, 08:32:19 PM »
Like to catch up with the other local non-league games on the way home after a Lynn game, on Radio Norfolk.
Guess what. Norwich WON a game! No time for any other reports or even results, despite Lynn winning and going top.
Dereham a very creditable point away at the league leaders Stamford.
May have been a mention late on in the programme but not before I arrived home at 5-30pm.

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General Discussion / Re: Lynn go out of the FA Cup......
« on: November 27, 2022, 05:05:49 PM »
We have done well in the league to cover Ponticelli's absence but yesterday was a step too , we really missed his pace up top.

As for Gold he really frustrates me by being so passive he plays a gentleman's game.When he was being held yesterday a swift movement of an elbow back into the midriff or step back on top of the foot behind would have been far more effective than appealing to the referee, and even if the ref' then awarded against would have sent out a message to the defender that he was not there to be bullied.

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