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General Discussion / Re: Attendance
« on: February 16, 2021, 06:21:44 PM »
If crowds had been regular, and we hadnít bumped into Tommy Virus, I believe the early games would have been 4 to 5,000.  This would have improved the cash situation so much that other players would have come in, keeping the snowball growing.  So, by now, I think we would have had a stronger team, and some of the best attendances in this league.  Approaching 5,000 for virtually every game.  I pray SC keeps his hopes up, and we could see this happening next season, with the very big clubs that this league supplies.

 :farmer: :oldman" I like your thinking dilly, I canít quite agree with your figures as I believe 2.5 / 3 thousand would have been possible for a winning team ( more for the bigger teams), and I do agree we would have possibly have had more money to tempt higher quality players with,  itís becoming more obvious with each match now that some of our squad are not of the standard required to succeed in this league. We are a very small fish in a very large pond, but 5 years ago if I was offered Notts County at the walks on a Tuesday night in a league match, I would have thought I was dreaming, letís keep dreaming and hoping for brighter times in the not too distant future. :oldman" :farmer:

General Discussion / Re: Attendance
« on: February 14, 2021, 05:29:25 PM »
In a normal season and at this level, a lot of it would depend on how many supporters the visiting team brings. Could be counted in 100ís rather than scores as per previous seasons.

Difficult one to call, but whatever the number I guess someone would say itís not enough.

 :farmer: :oldman" Totally agree, the bigger teams would bring support numbering in the hundreds ,but the smaller teams would possibly only  bring maybe 40/50, but my original post was really about the number of LINNETS that would make up the crowd and how fickle our supporters are. I have to agree even if we had 2000 in it would possibly not be enough for some connected with our club.  :farmer: :oldman"

General Discussion / Attendance
« on: February 14, 2021, 10:16:22 AM »
 :oldman" :farmer: I know this is hypothetical, but what do people feel our attendances would have been this season, on what has been dished up on the field of play. I feel we would have had healthy attendances for our first  run of home matches. I am guessing possibly around the 15/1600mark and obviously much higher for the likes of Notts County/ Torquay and a few others. I also feel we have lots of fickle supporters and a combination of admission price, program and food and drinks and very poor performances on the pitch and we could well have been down to around 8/900 maybe even less for home matches, and this would definitely not be enough support to play at the level of football we want to play at. Where would this leave Mr Cleeve and the football club, my guess would be something along the lines of ďUSE IT OR LOSE ITĒ . This is only my opinion but what are other peopleís thoughts on this . :oldman" :farmer:

General Discussion / Re: NL hoping to continue?
« on: February 12, 2021, 07:54:51 PM »
Is there a Media blackout currently in force at the Club? People who usually like to use social media platforms to excess are very quiet at the moment.
I'd like to know what the people in charge are actually doing to keep the club going without much income. Do they intend to carry on if the vote says they should? Is the Chairman prepared to put more money in or has he spoken to the Trust? Does he intend to lauch a major fund raising campaign? Does the club need saving or is it all ok?
These are the type of things the club can tell us now as they don't need the National League to make these decisions.

   :oldman" :farmer: I really do like the sentenceĒ does he intend to launch a major fund raising campaign" over the years there have been many of these launched,and nobody or indeed companies seem prepared to put money into the present set up for one reason or another. I am not privy to the reason why, but why launch anymore fundraising issues when they clearly fail at KLTFC at this point in our history. :oldman" :farmer:

General Discussion / Re: Game off.
« on: February 03, 2021, 06:37:10 AM »
 :farmer: :oldman" It happens, we need to get over it, as said,we have had matches postponed at the Walks at short notice, it happens and we carry on regardless.  :oldman" :farmer:

General Discussion / Re: Hollywood FC
« on: January 28, 2021, 05:32:49 PM »
I may be wrong but I am pretty sure....downham market lad shaun Pearson plays for Wrexham of former reserve team GK luke Pearson.... :dontknow:

 I believe you are correct and he was there captain.

General Discussion / Re: THATS POOR
« on: January 28, 2021, 05:22:09 PM »
Feb could be very interesting....lynn scheduled to play Barnet, Weymouth and Dover...a bunch of so called 6 pointers there.
That's if they go ahead....the chairman reckoned on his podcast that after Wrexham he foresees that being it.......but then he did say just him and the covid officer were the only two travelling to he has been.known to be wrong....oh and btw...

   :farmer: :oldman" After the results midweek in the National league, we really must start picking up points, not just 1 we really do require some big performances and 3 point hauls, Barnet do look to be really struggling at this moment but all the other teams below are picking up points, the teams just above are still catchable but some bad results and I do fear we may be cut adrift with Barnet. I believe we are good enough to stay in this league, but I am however starting to question whether we are wise enough to stay in this league. Losing to Weymouth and Dagenham were very big losses which a wiser team would have won.  :oldman" :farmer:

General Discussion / Re: THATS POOR
« on: January 24, 2021, 11:59:34 AM »
 :farmer: :oldman" with players only seeming able to play for 60 minutes or so , does this mean they are unfit! In my opinion all players in the squad should be able to play the whole 90+ minutes when required, the only exception should be when returning from injury. Surely the aim of the playerís sitting on the bench is to force there way into the starting team, if they are deemed not being required to start by the management, weíll come off the bench and prove them wrong, but all should be fit to play 90+minutes. :farmer: :oldman"

General Discussion / THATS POOR
« on: January 23, 2021, 05:55:06 PM »
 :farmer:  :oldman" I have been a fervent supporter of Mr Culverhouse in his time at KINGíS LYNN, but I must say today I lost a little bit of faith with KLTFC, two goals too the good at a struggling team who have been struggling to score goals at home and what do we do, we manage to extract defeat from the jaws of victory. We really should have returned from EAST LONDON with 3 points, Even after Archie Mair saved a 90th minute penalty we still did not manage to shut up shop and conceded again to deny us even a point. These struggling teams need to be beaten, they are the real opposition for KLTFC in this league, but heyho we lost , I lost a little bit of faith, but not all. I am sure all the old cliches will be used but the true facts are we were not clever enough to shut up shop.
                                   :farmer: :oldman" RANT OVER  :oldman"  :farmer:
                                                            KEEP THE FAITH .

General Discussion / Re: Tyler Denton
« on: January 18, 2021, 08:18:53 PM »
 :banghead;  :farmer: :oldman" Come on GUYS AND GALS, this is about welcoming a new player to our club, letís stay on track, if you wish to discuss loans or grants do it on a separate thread or indeed speak to a bank !  :oldman" :banghead; :farmer:

General Discussion / Tyler Denton
« on: January 18, 2021, 03:24:18 PM »
I would just like to be the first to welcome Tyler to the growing ranks at KLTFC. All the best and onwards and upwards with the LINNETS hopefully. :farmer:  :scarf:  :oldman" Left back, recently with Chesterfield, brought up through the youth ranks at LEEDS UNITED.

General Discussion / Re: Lockdown help needed
« on: January 09, 2021, 08:30:44 PM »
 :banghead;  :oldman"  :farmer: What about the FARMERS, sadly forgotten about, they kept us supplied with food for our tables, when many were at home, as I say sadly forgotten about now, but when we need our harvest collecting again, they will be there again working long hours to feed us, but sadly receiving little praise.  :farmer:  :oldman" :banghead;

General Discussion / Re: Halifax
« on: January 09, 2021, 05:31:03 PM »
Have to say a point is acceptable,but 3 were there for the taking . A point a piece is probably a fair reflection.

General Discussion / Re: Culverhouse signs new contract
« on: January 09, 2021, 05:28:49 PM »
Best news so far this year :clap:
:farmer: :farmer: Agree itís good news , but have to say I think the new vaccine that was announced this week tips the scales as my personal best news so far this year.  :oldman" :oldman"

General Discussion / Re: Postponed
« on: December 27, 2020, 06:29:03 PM »
Maybe it was imported with the mass exodus of people out of London ,jumping us out tier 2 into tier 4 in a week ?

Interesting theory. I would think that any that didn't follow the rules during the Pandemic, ignored social distancing, thought the rules didn't apply to them etc, all had their part to play in spreading the virus.

Or the daily commuters from Lynn to London bringing it back.

Would imagine most have been working from home

Thatís nice for them, many off us have been to work as usual during the whole 10 months of this awful virus and will be going back again straight after the XMAS BREAK, indeed many have had to work through Xmas .

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