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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 07:07:45 PM »
It having happened and it now being "out there", I suspect condemning it does little other than putting it out there again. Suspect the best policy is to have a quiet word behind closed doors and hope it's forgotten about quickly.....

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 06:22:24 PM »
The problem is B & G, that the message has been so undermined that large numbers of people are now choosing to ignore the government advice. It's therefore very difficult to take action because it means taking action against tens of thousands.....in short the government has lost control of a significant sector of the population. Had the rules been clearer, stricter and not undermined, those breaking the rules would have been significantly lower in number and policing it would have been far easier.

I do hope that someone senior at the football club has a word.
With success comes the requirement for increased professionalism in the face of increased  media exposure.

At a time when the National League has 18 of it's clubs adhering strictly to rules and testing on a regular basis, in order to make play offs work, it's perhaps not the best time to be posting pub pictures like the one seen earlier.


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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 04:13:21 PM »
As we are not a communist country people are free to make their own choices and take their own decisions on what actions they take. As both my daughters work for the NHS I wonder what the response would be if they turn around and said. It's your own fault so we refuse to treat you. I can hear the screams of anger and the foul mouth tirade form here. :banghead; :banghead; :banghead;


Totally agree with that sentiment and if the government had been stricter and led by example, there would be less room for manoeuvre for those that want to flout the rules

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 04:09:46 PM »
Yep, can't argue with your last sentence...... ultimately the problem lies with those at the top IMO.... absolute shambles

Not so sure on that one Kes. I'm sure that the people at the top haven't got it 100% correct, but the general population has to take a big part of the responsibility on themselves.

The Govt have actually said that if it all starts getting out of hand, they will apply the handbrake very quickly.

They have been warned!



Yes B &G and they keep saying that but doing very little or acting too  late (Leicester) because they haven't put adequate systems in place.. The problem is "adhere to advice or we will act "has been undermined so many times that it's almost ignored by many.......so although many still do the right thing, many don't and that is at least in part due to Boris and his entourage.

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 03:41:29 PM »
Yep, can't argue with your last sentence...... ultimately the problem lies with those at the top IMO.... absolute shambles

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 02:34:14 PM »
Sorry Mall, to my mind that's a load of cobblers.....risk assessments have already been done... that's why social distancing is a requirement

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 12:49:57 PM »
It's all about context tho Mall.

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 12:23:27 PM »
Think if you click on the photo KES you can see that Social distancing has been pushed aside, while the photo is taken.   Difficult to have a group photo while maintaining Social distancing. 




I was being ironic Mall

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General Discussion / Re: Champions
« on: Today at 08:29:19 AM »
I can only assume that the camera angle foreshortens the distance between everyone in the pic and whilst thrilled with the wonderful achievement by the team, hope that any videos remain private and out of the public domain at the current time.

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General Discussion / Re: Jamar Loza
« on: July 03, 2020, 02:27:19 PM »
Currently as forwards we have :
Gash, Southwell, Loza plus Hawkins and Henderson (who showed he could play up there when Marriott was injured).
I feel one more forward....probably a younger version of Gash, who knows where the goal is and has a decent turn of pace who can come on for Gash for the last 20 minutes and grow into the Gash role. I believe we signed Southwell for decent money/ on a decent contract and he now needs to take the opportunity to deliver the goods.
As Marriott didn't sign when offered terms, I will be surprised if he is in the squad for next season.

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General Discussion / Re: Jamar Loza
« on: July 02, 2020, 10:04:43 PM »
Strong pacey and good with either foot

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General Discussion / Re: Going up !
« on: July 02, 2020, 01:46:56 PM »
'Aunty Doris' usually turns up (like a bad penny) on the live match feed posts and tries unsuccessfully to rattle the faithful.

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General Discussion / Re: Next season's squad
« on: July 02, 2020, 01:42:28 PM »
Well if they have, he'll feel more comfortable than many, presumably

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General Discussion / Re: Play off dates ?
« on: June 30, 2020, 11:41:33 AM »
Chester Fc become the final club of the 12 to confirm participation in N/S play offs. It was doubtful whether they could afford to, but players and staff have agreed to return their wages for the play offs to the club, to enable them to participate. Will be tough for them without Asante, but part of me hopes they get promotion.

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General Discussion / Re: Next season's squad
« on: June 28, 2020, 01:20:04 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

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