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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.

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:

General Discussion / Boston
« on: February 25, 2020, 09:22:51 PM »
 :farmer: As of 21.20 Boston are losing 0-2 at home to Gateshead. Very important result for the Linnets to follow this evening, all teams will drop points, just hope others drop more than KLTFC. :farmer:

General Discussion / Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 21, 2019, 05:04:21 PM »
 :oldman" Today's results mean it is a good day all round for KLTFC, York city losing and Chester city drawing means no drop in league position for KLTFC,we head into the Christmas fixtures topping NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH, who would have thought this possible at the start of the season. Another good day and more time to hopefully get some of the injured squad ready to play again over the busy period of games to come. Well done to all concerned and MERRY CHRISTMAS to all involved with KLTFC and our great supporters.  :farmer:

General Discussion / Our Chairman
« on: October 13, 2019, 08:37:01 AM »
 :farmer:  :oldman"  I have to say what has happened to all the people on this forum who in the not to distant past were slaughtering our chairman with words of discontent and often bordering on hatred. This man has saved our club from mediocrity and driven us on to heights, that 14 months ago would have just been pipe dreams. He has made mistakes (Mr Culverhouse, Mr Clarke, the supporters trust, to name just a few) but has realised the errors he made and has done his best to rectify them. We now have good facilities, yes there is more to be done,but small steps at a time, we have a great looking team, yes we need more players added to make a great squad, hopefully bigger attendances will help in this regard. We really are punching above our weight at this moment in time, yes we are a big club, but there are definitely a lot bigger clubs playing at our level, the credit for this must go to Mr Culverhouse and Mr Bastock, we now have a playing surface to be proud of and can play the entertaining football the management wanted to play. Ultimately we must put the credit for this down to Mr Cleeve, well done and hopefully you and your team can deliver at least a play off spot again this season.  :cheers:  :farmer:  :oldman"

General Discussion / New signing
« on: September 26, 2019, 07:54:58 PM »
 :farmer: KLTFC have today signed George Whitehall, a 16 year old goalkeeper from Cambridge City,having previously been in the academy's at Norwich and Ipswich. :farmer:

General Discussion / STATEMENT
« on: September 02, 2019, 12:49:05 PM »
 :oldman" Alfreton at home on Tuesday night is the perfect time to announce to this league that we are not just in it for the ride and are extremely serious about pushing for promotion.  Yes I realise it is early doors in terms of the season so far, but 2 nd in the league beating 3rd in the league does indeed send out that STATEMENT.  If York were to be beaten or held things would deffo look good on Wednesday morning. COYL, KEEP THE FAITH AND TURN OUT IN NUMBERS TO SUPPORT THIS SQUAD, the best we have seen at Lynn for many a year. :farmer:

General Discussion / Gary Setchell
« on: May 21, 2019, 07:41:36 AM »
 :farmer: I know some people will say this should be in the ex Linnets category, but I thought many may not read that section of the website, so decided to post it here .


                   Where will this leave his beloved son Danny now.
                                           :scarf: :scarf: :scarf:

General Discussion / Next season's squad ?
« on: May 19, 2019, 08:47:28 AM »
 :bus: I know the season has only just finished and we are also not 100% sure what league we are going to be playing in next season, but I am sure Mr Cleeve and Mr Culverhouse have started planning the playing squad for next season. I just thought I would throw it out there as too who people thought we should retain and who we should possibly release. To me Marriott, Gash, and FBT ( if possible) are the 3 most important players to retain, I also hope Henderson stays, Ryan Fryatt is a very important cog, McCauley, I would also retain, Alex Street, on his day as good as any, but does have bad days,retain him but another good keeper could probably push him. Just a few of my thoughts over to you. :cup2: :farmer:

General Discussion / REALITY
« on: March 31, 2019, 08:31:46 AM »
 :farmer: I am not totally happy with all that Mr. Cleeve has done while in charge of our club, however, I feel he has certainly carried out lots of what he promised, we now have a great manager( yes there were problems ,last season, but these were not all one persons fault), we now have a lot better playing surface ( with a vey good groundsman), we have great facilities ( good enough for higher level football with a few tweaks), the food and beer prices and offerings need looking at and getting more people in the clubhouse needs addressing (my major issue) .

There is so much drivel being written about Mr. Cleeve, but did we not have this also when Mr Chapman rescued our club?. Both these men had faults, but don't we all.

We as supporters really do need a reality check, Mr. Culverhouse, seems to be very happy with how the club is progressing, it appears from the outside that Mr. Cleeve is backing him where finances allow, and had it not been for the disappointing start to the season, which Mr. Cleeve admitted was partly his fault,  we really would have been there or there abouts with  Kettering. 

We sit 3rd in the league with 2nd a very real possibility, the attendances are rising ( granted down slightly on last season, but still time to recover, big games to come ), so I see quite a lot of positives, granted a few negatives, but come on get behind all concerned at the Walks and cheer this team on to promotion.

I know many will disagree with my post but hopefully many more will agree with some points . :farmer:

General Discussion / Alvechurch on Tuesday
« on: March 16, 2019, 05:59:10 PM »
 :farmer: Tuesdays match at home to Alvechurch is a very big game in terms of league standings for both teams, a home win for the Linnets and a nice little gap will be opening up on the teams below, however an away win and it really does give renewed hope to the teams from 5th place down. On our day we can destroy teams with our play, but seem unable to kill matches off with goals. COYL, this is definitely a winnable game, let's all get behind the boys with a big attendance under the floodlights and cheer them on to a home win. At this stage of the season I do not care if we win 5 - 4 or 1 - 0, the most important thing is those 3 points added on to our total.  :oldman"

General Discussion / New Year, new beginnings
« on: January 01, 2019, 03:08:59 PM »
 :farmer: Great win today by a totally committed squad of players, 4 first half goals just blew them boys from Suffolk away. It is obvious for all too see we are short on numbers in the squad, having let players leave on loan or permanently. I have faith in Ian and Mr Cleeve, I am sure Ian has some irons in the fire 🔥 and Mr Cleeve will back him again as he did last season. Let's stop the backbiting and get down to the Walks in numbers and support this squad, interesting times ahead and who knows what will happen before the end of April. COYL.  :oldman"

General Discussion / 3 Points
« on: November 24, 2018, 08:45:47 AM »
 :farmer: Many people are hoping for a comprehensive victory today, I am no different and hope we can score a good few goals and hopefully not conceding any, however, today is a day where we really must focus on the 3 points first and foremost. These games against bottom of the league teams can very often be banana skin games, taken as a win before entering the pitch. I do believe that Mr. Culverhouse will not allow any of his squad to underestimate our opponents,whether top or bottom of the league.  As I said 3 points is the most important thing today, keeping the pressure on teams above us. Those teams above must be looking at our form over the last 6 weeks.  :oldman"

General Discussion / The Pitch
« on: August 27, 2018, 04:51:24 PM »
 :farmer: All this crap about the pitch last season, we now have a decent surface to play football on, but a manager who is unable to find a formula to send a side out and win football matches. I feel this guy should not have been given the reins of KLTFC, he has really not been successful in previous managerial roles , but what do I know, I know I am not prepared to pay 26 before any extras for my son and I to watch this dross.

General Discussion / Sam Gaughran.
« on: July 22, 2018, 07:04:47 PM »
 :farmer: I see Sam was named as a substitute in today's match with Rangers FC under 23s, I am hoping this is due to the fact of 2 games in 2 days, I really wish Sam well in his coaching role with the club, but just feel he was not up to the standard required to play at the level we showcased our talents at last season. Good luck with the coaching but please stick to that except in a real emergency. Finally congratulations to all concerned with our first trophy win of the season :oldman"

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