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General Discussion / Re: Holding a lead
« on: January 14, 2024, 02:07:01 PM »
When Lakeland came in Bartley was deemed to be one who was tossing it off so was very quickly shown the door  back to Wimbledon ( where is he now ?).  Seems Barrett is now at it as well.   If he is trying to force the Club into releasing him then might as well grant him his wish.  Pointless allowing a player to steal a wage in the situation we are in.  Get rid, even on a free.  Gives an extra budget to bring someone in who can help get us out of the bottom 4. 

The lad has bundles of quality but pointless if heís not up for it.

Agreed, money wasted weekly if as appears, he will not play.

General Discussion / Holding a lead
« on: January 13, 2024, 04:45:03 PM »
 :oldman" It is at the stage of the season where we really do need to win matches, as I write this we have surrendered a two goal lead away from home, we really have not got a hope in hell if we keep drawing matches or indeed lose matches where we have been two goals ahead, shut up shop defend in numbers and try to get the 3 points. I get that a point away is a bonus point, but in reality we need more, the season is slipping away as are the points still available. .

General Discussion / Re: Linnets lose to Darlington
« on: January 07, 2024, 09:17:00 AM »
 :oldman" Iíve been supporting Kingís Lynn since the very early 1970ís, Iíve seen success, I seen failures and Iíve seen heartbreaking moments, this however is the lowest feelings I have towards my hometown football club ever.
 We have had a few great seasons of late, but at what cost, in all reality we are a Northern/ Southern premier league club at best. We do not have the infrastructure, supporters, facilities, money, commercial or indeed leadership to be able to compete at a higher level. I say this with a big feeling of sadness, we are never going to attract the number of supporters that are required to operate at a higher level. Football league dreams are pie in the sky, not going to happen, National League way out of our reach at present, with our offerings on match dayís, ie prices for entry, program, tea, coffee, food are all to high for whatís offered. Look at our facilities, yes a true old school non league ground, is it really fit for purpose these days. Look at our near neighbours in Lincolnshire, Boston have a fantastic new stadium, fit for purpose, far superior attendances than us, good commercial success, conference suite that is well used and indeed more reasonable prices on everything.
 I am really finding it hard to find any positives around KLTFC at this time, Iím just not sure how much more I can take of the rubbish being dumped on us supporters, not saying I wonít support KLTFC, but at this moment it wonít be from inside the WALKS.

General Discussion / Re: Incoming
« on: January 04, 2024, 08:22:09 PM »
  Slightly different cv to the striker we we a whisker away from signing last week, and also a lot cheaper to fund I would imagine. On that note however good luck to the lad, and hopefully you score goals for us.

General Discussion / Re: New years day defeat for Linnets.
« on: January 01, 2024, 09:15:27 PM »
This is really painful to watch, even from a distance and although the outcome was inevitable, the overriding emotion is that of sadness. Were KLTFC an animal, it would be 'put out of its misery'.

Are Corby far behind us?

Overspending, budgeting for income that never materialised.

At least this club has the decency to inform its supporters what is happening, itís a shame our club didnít treat us the same way.

General Discussion / Re: New years day defeat for Linnets.
« on: January 01, 2024, 09:08:35 PM »
Sell em all and play the under 19s. We may get relegated and may not but might still have a saleable club. Better than starting anew again at step 5

How many of theses players are actually good enough to command a fee, 2 or 3 maybe, but definitely not club saving amounts, the better quality players in our squad belong to other clubs and not ours.

Iíve not really commented a lot on KLTFC as much this season as others, I did say players signed early season were not up to standard required for this league, I also commented on manager being a nice person but not up to the level required at the beginning of the season, I feel vindicated in my opinions early doors this season.
As for our new manager, heís had plenty of time to stamp his mark on a full time squad now in my opinion, I know that he is working with mostly inherited players, but is this team really any better, IMHO, no, same dross being dished up at over inflated admission prices.
Iíve been a LINNET since the early 1970s and stood on the terraces with 350/400 fans on a cold Tuesday night, in the old Northern Premier League, but I am now really questioning my support for my home town club.

General Discussion / Re: Peterborough Sports away
« on: November 04, 2023, 03:30:47 PM »
...Should we really be happy coming away with just a point ? Just asking

Last season we went there in really good form and squeaked the win thanks to a bit of Barrett magic but as we all know we are a different team now.  Will be interesting to see how AL's system of just staying in shape and not actually challenging for the ball until it gets to our box works on their postage stamp pitch, space will be at a premium but hopefully Ben's goal last weekend will see him rediscover a bit of confidence. 

Still no news on the injury front to the likes of Hughes who we still really miss, yet again a much heralded media reset at the start of the season becomes more of the same well before Christmas, not a pop at any individual as it is something that has continued through different media teams / management set ups.

 Whatís happened to the goalkeeper, Dixon Hodge, I believe was his name, last heard of as injured, but is he injured, left the club or indeed sitting around the said table.

General Discussion / Re: Blyth Spartans
« on: October 29, 2023, 09:42:49 AM »
Not sure Daz I buy into all the players not being good enough at the start of the season.   10 players in the squad were with us under TW.  The big problem is the players Hughes brought in to replace the quality we lost.   Put that down to poor recruitment and a reduced budget. 

Looking very much like false economy.

Mal, you have probably phrased it better than I did, however I still feel the players are not good enough for this level, centre backs, Okinawa my opinion, full backs not at level required imho, midfield ok but not as good as last season, forwards on paper ok but not as good on grass, JB,will be a huge miss but we need more goals and I personally donít see where they are coming from at this moment, as you say down to budget.

General Discussion / Re: Blyth Spartans
« on: October 29, 2023, 07:41:02 AM »
With 5 at the back plus a keeper, we had little chance of creating chances.  And I never understand taking off one striker and replacing with another because logically it doesnít improve the chances of getting a needed goal.  Should have another on, and lose a defender. Heís worrying me - the manager - looks like the last oneís safety first that rarely proves to be safe!

Give the new man a chance, his record speaks for itself, he can only use the players he has at his disposal, and most are ones he inherited, which from early doors this season was obvious too see were not up to the standard required in this league. He obviously sets the team up as to what he sees in training, we have a lot more points on the board now than we did 5 games ago, itís obvious we are battling relegation as opposed to going for promotion and every point down the bottom of the league is drastically important. :oldman" :farmer: :banghead;

General Discussion / Re: Hughes gone.
« on: September 25, 2023, 06:05:47 PM »
From a personal point of view, Iím pleased to see the manager depart the club, nothing personal in that statement, just felt, like wrong man for the job, just an easy fix after Tommyís departure. Iím sure he did not have the same budget as Tommy, but the quality of the players we have seen grace the walks turf this season, have not been of the standard required. We need to now see where the chairmanís going to take us next. I get the talk about Setch, would he want it, personally Setch and Backy could possibly work, imho, letís face it, it canít get any worse than whatís been dished up this season.

General Discussion / Re: Another loss
« on: September 23, 2023, 05:24:27 PM »
Poor players for level we play at and even poorer management team, needs replacing.

General Discussion / Another loss
« on: September 23, 2023, 04:58:06 PM »
 Well another 3 points gone, how much longer can our chairman afford to allow this to go on. Stick with this manager and assistant and watch the attendances plummet therefore losing more money, or part company and presumably pay up the contract, either way a no win for the chairman, but I know from a fanís point of view, which is the preferred option.
 What blah blah blah will the interviews have in them after another defeat. We as a side are toothless.

General Discussion / Re: Saturday
« on: September 22, 2023, 05:03:38 AM »
Probably not.

General Discussion / Re: Enjoy your FA Cup dayÖ.
« on: September 18, 2023, 09:44:41 PM »
No more Essex sides infa cup for us this season, last time I looked losing 4 nil, total garbage being delivered on the pitch this season, players recruitment not good enough, full time training not working, manager appears clueless. Time for change before itís too late.

General Discussion / Re: Enjoy your FA Cup dayÖ.
« on: September 18, 2023, 11:14:06 AM »
MA HILL its a Forum for all things football not just crossing the white line.
If you are frightened of the TRUTH then don't read it and until i am banned by the Forum i will continue to post the TRUTH. Lies and blasthemy are the bullets i need to load the gun. (Started loading) Solicitors is now tomorrow, not today because of the vast amount of paperwork handed over that they are going through prior to face to face tomorrow.
Finally i thank the massive messages of support that i have received so far. There are some good people in this world.

Correct Gordon, itís a forum for all things concerned with the football club now known as Kingís Lynn Town FC.,

You also have served my wife and I with many items of sporting goods, from kit bags,  trophies and training kit through to actual match wear over many years and yourself and Graeme, have always been very competitive on pricing and super courteous on the service side.

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