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Messages - linnet1968

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General Discussion / Re: Mick Wright Freedom of King's Lynn petition
« on: December 10, 2015, 01:16:25 AM »
Simply get on it now.

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General Discussion / Re: Saturday v Frome
« on: December 08, 2015, 10:05:31 PM »
The pitch drains really well, the only issues are under the stand where the sun doesn't reach and the touchline in that area. Shouldn't be an issue with no game on the pitch for a week.

Would safely assume it was called off early with the secondary measure to ensure that the pitch was fine for Saturday.
It is the first home 1st team league match since Nov 7th and last one until Dec 26th.

Only street parking unless disabled parking applies.

Have a safe journey up

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General Discussion / Re: Psssst whisper it we actually won at Bideford
« on: November 22, 2015, 09:40:31 AM »
Meanwhile back in the real world the unicorn walked past the flying pigs ... who is the 'they' ? Do you know them well, have you ever spoken to them on the subject? Have you spoken to me on the subject?
No fan would want any owner to fail simply to become a white knight (lets keep on your fantasy theme)

This is an authentic site but not in the sense you just wrote.
It is an unofficial site of the club that because of its excellent content is the source of imitation by others.

Anyhow time to crack on with real life and not argue, enjoy your day.

If you want to actually talk on what fan representation is, drop me a pm and we can set up a phone call or meet over a pint to discuss it.

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General Discussion / Re: Psssst whisper it we actually won at Bideford
« on: November 22, 2015, 08:14:35 AM »
What a constructive post, congratulations.   
Perhaps people are waiting for the club to tell them that the first team won?
Not one official channel from the club as of 8.11am this morning has the score up, this includes the forum.

Should you change your post to can someone tell the club we won 5-0 yesterday.


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General Discussion / Reserves today
« on: November 07, 2015, 05:14:25 PM »
From Twitter

Robert Palmer ‏

FT Stowmarket 1 #KLTFCR 0 Great effort from everyone! 8 U18's in today's squad all getting senior football experience!



Nods head in appreciation

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General Discussion / Re: Weather
« on: November 07, 2015, 12:09:56 PM »
From a Twitter mouth a short while ago ... all seems fine , at least until the match officials arrive

kltfc media ‏@kltfcmedia  18m18 minutes ago

Gentle reminder @officialKLtown V @sloughtown MATCH ON Please R/T.

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No idea, guess so, at least on this night, certainly wont have any markings for any other pitch size.
May play half the pitch sideways with their own goal posts if not.

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Been sent this to help promote

We have been able to get Gary to agree to our KLE U12 to play a fixture on the main pitch before King's Lynn Town play Histon.

If you were able to spread the word for us that would be fantastic, hoping there will be a few people come in to watch some possible future linnets.

King's Lynn Elite U12's will play in a development fixture against Histon Academy before the League Cup fixture. the U12's & all of the elite squads are made up of local boys that currently still play within grassroots football at local junior football clubs. With the KLE they train twice a week under head coach Dan Buhlemann and so far this season have competed in development fixtures against Norwich City, Leicester City Peterborough United, Cambridge United, Cambridge City, Kettering Town and tonight Histon Academy.

The programme is designed to develop players who don't currently play within academy football to be able to play at the highest levels possible and for Kings Lynn Town there will be many more local players wanting to follow the path of other elite members who have represented their home town club, players like Shaun Stocker, Jack Frohawk and most recently Toby Hilliard, Matt Castellan and Dylan Edge.

Kings Lynn Community Football currently runs elite squads from U8-U19, with the latter being part of the The College of West Anglia Elite Football Programme which is delivered by KLCF. All squads train twice a week under level 3 qualified football coaches and play in development fixtures against both professional and semi-professional clubs, all with no effect on the junior football club commitments.

The KLE are currently looking for additional players to join the U14 & U15 elite squads under coaches Matthew Dye and Sam Mulready, should you be interested in a taking part in a player evaluation then please contact Dan Buhlemann on klcfootball@gmail.com


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General Discussion / Trust go to the dogs - Friday Dec 4th
« on: October 31, 2015, 12:30:17 PM »

The Supporters Trust hold their annual trip to the dogs on Friday Dec 4th
Details in the image - Book asap


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Cheers, spoke to Rob Back on twitter earlier , it appears not, as there is no draught beer (just the not so cheap by volume (my words) bottles)

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To your knowledge, Is there a deal on the price of drinks similar to the first team game recently

"and there will be a reduction in beer prices, you can also get four pints for 10 while the live game is on"

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