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General Discussion / Re: Well, who saw that coming.
« on: February 01, 2020, 08:18:12 PM »
Another thought on the game today.   The wind was swirling around which maybe things difficult also of course the pitch wasnít at its best.  One other issue that seemed to effect the Lynn players was the pressure of some of the balls.  Which they seem to think were overinflated
:oldman"  :farmer:    Same for both teams.     :farmer: :oldman"  Beaten by a better team on the day, now to string another run of performances together, if we can do this promotion is still well and truly obtainable. :oldman"  :farmer:

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General Discussion / Re: Away Travel
« on: January 25, 2020, 09:30:44 PM »
 
:bus:

Sorry if I upset you and said a bad thing about the chairman xx
I still cannot believe how there hasn't been proper away travel provided for away games by the club. It's all well and good the minibus going every week (fair play to them) however surely we could fill atleast one coach.

The players performed in front of 4000 fans last week and there will probably be around 30 lynn fans at blyth today. What a come down that is! At such a crucial time of the season with the lads approaching a title run in and closing in on a consecutive promotion, they need all of the support they can get. It would be nice to be given the chance to cheers the team over the line.

It seems to me that because it's not a money maker the chairman isnt too bothered, which is very disappointing. Let's take a leaf out of boston and Yorks book (who both brought an outstanding away following to the walks) and cheer on our team both home and away.

UTFL
:banghead;  What are u on, York and Boston also saw large followings of KLTFC fans at there stadiums, we take a large following to many matches, we are well supported for the size of the club, we will not take 2/300 to all away matches but do too many. Why are u taking a pop at the chairman over away travel, he has many other items to focus on for the good of KLTFC, usually supporters clubs etc. organise away travel not the Chairman. I just find your post wrong. :oldman" :farmer:
Carnlynn, u sure did not upset me, and I am not supporting the Chairman ( the only away travel he needs to worry about is the squads), I just think your statement was totally wrong IMHO, as Marcus says keep posting as it is an open forum, forums are based on opinions and sometimes we will agree or disagree , on this occasion I have to disagree with you but on other occasions I may well agree with your opinions. This is the democracy we live in.  :oldman"

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General Discussion / Re: Away Travel
« on: January 25, 2020, 03:39:21 PM »
:bus:

I still cannot believe how there hasn't been proper away travel provided for away games by the club. It's all well and good the minibus going every week (fair play to them) however surely we could fill atleast one coach.

The players performed in front of 4000 fans last week and there will probably be around 30 lynn fans at blyth today. What a come down that is! At such a crucial time of the season with the lads approaching a title run in and closing in on a consecutive promotion, they need all of the support they can get. It would be nice to be given the chance to cheers the team over the line.

It seems to me that because it's not a money maker the chairman isnt too bothered, which is very disappointing. Let's take a leaf out of boston and Yorks book (who both brought an outstanding away following to the walks) and cheer on our team both home and away.

UTFL
:banghead;  What are u on, York and Boston also saw large followings of KLTFC fans at there stadiums, we take a large following to many matches, we are well supported for the size of the club, we will not take 2/300 to all away matches but do too many. Why are u taking a pop at the chairman over away travel, he has many other items to focus on for the good of KLTFC, usually supporters clubs etc. organise away travel not the Chairman. I just find your post wrong. :oldman" :farmer:

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General Discussion / Re: Southwell signs!
« on: January 21, 2020, 06:39:40 PM »
 :farmer: Deffo needed frontman, good pedigree in previous seasons, now is your time to produce for the LINNETS, all the best and welcome to the Walks. :farmer:

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General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: January 01, 2020, 07:56:45 PM »
 :clap: :comeon: :oldman" And the good days just get better, great result, great support and great looking down from the top of the league. We really have nailed it over the last 2/3 weeks, we keep bagging the points with an occasional blip(Alferton), but those just below us seem to be dropping more points and more frequently than us. Titles are not won in January but a good month for the Linnets could well see us in a very healthy position. The teams around us must now be taking us as serious contenders in this title race ,after 2 very good wins against a top team like Boston United  :farmer: :oldman" :comeon: :comeon:

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General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 30, 2019, 08:40:30 PM »
 :oldman" Well done to all associated with KLTFC over the past 12 months, from the groundsman through to our lady physio you have all contributed in a big way in providing us supporters with some memorable moments in the past year. Ian Culverhouse picks the team assisted by Paul Bastock, but without the afore mentioned people,many of our excellent players would not have been able to contribute what they have in the year . Steven Cleeve, love him or dislike him,has had a massive part in this also, without his backing we would not have had all the highlights we have.  :farmer: :cheers:

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General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 28, 2019, 06:11:14 PM »
 :oldman" Another good day at the office for the squad, only a draw but with York,Chester,Spennymoor and Southport all losing we extend our lead over all these. Farsley and Brackley winning edges them closer to us but I am sure they would rather be in our position than there's at this stage of the season. Brackley, I believe will be a threat at the business end of the season, they keep grinding out results and gently climbing the league relatively unnoticed by many, they are seasoned in this league and never seem to be far from the top come April on limited resources available to them.  Well done to the squad today a point at Alfreton is not a bad return, just warming up for Boston. COYL. :oldman"

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General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 28, 2019, 09:29:09 AM »
I agree, Dazza, that a roof over the Tennyson End would be good, but also think that steeper terraces would help to attract more customers.  If we make it to the National, which I certainly hope we do. all away supporters would expect a steeper terrace under that roof, as they are well used to that better view at all other clubs in that league.  Boston were less than complimentary about the view, to start with.......
:farmer: With due respect dilly, I agree about steeper terracing, but, I feel that there are many other pieces at our club that needs attending too before terracing needs improving, Boston complained, yes, but in reality how many teams even in the next level of the pyramid would bring that many supporters to Norfolk, not many I feel sure to say. In general we only see that many supporters for those special games i.e. derby matches, title deciders and big cup matches. The Boston issues can be sorted with a little tweaking and better organised and briefed stewarding, I also personally feel there were quite a lot of sour grapes leaving a bad taste in there mouths.  :oldman"

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General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 27, 2019, 08:40:18 PM »
I believe I heard over tannoy yesterday about the bucket going round the new Frost/pitch protection covers. I may have heard wrong but said they need around £4-5k to be able make this happen.

I know you can get automatic rollers from either goal to goal, or side to side of pitch, and this doesnít need much manual work to operate. So reckon this should/could be the better option, it may cost slightly more. But for the Steve (groundsman) itíd save him needing more and more volunteers to help get them on and off.

But personally didnít see the collection bucket come near me yesterday. Boston at home games do a collection jar for all loose change that goes around every game, and I believe over last 3 seasons itís raised £3,500 already 🤷🏻‍♂️
:oldman" I seem to recall that it was originally stated that a bucket collection would be held in the away end at York Street , maybe I am wrong but if this is the case, it is a chance to all put a pound or two in to help the club along in it's quest to obtain a pitch cover. This has been mooted many times in the past, let's all join forces and help the club reach this goal. :farmer:

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General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 23, 2019, 01:38:55 PM »
 :banghead; Sorry dillydilly but in fairness to linnet64 the words " dream of the football league " are used. We all realise better financial management is required to progress through the leagues, we already have terraces at both ends of our ground,what would be nice to see would be a roof over the hospital end to start with, however this is not a requirement to progress up the league ladder. :banghead;

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General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 23, 2019, 07:57:32 AM »
 :oldman"
Top of the league and seeing the teams, ex league teams below, I never thought I would see the day  :oldman"
Just hope we can hold on to Cully and the squad, to fight for even greater honours and dare we even dream of English League Football one day! :scarf: :scarf: :scarf: :comeon: :comeon: :cup2:

 :oldman" I have been thinking along the same lines as you Linnet, I believe there are 7 clubs below us in the league who have previously been members of the English Football League. This is definitely one of the high points in the history of this football club, and as you I hope we can keep hold of Mr Culverhouse at least until our fate in this season's title/promotion race is indeed settled.
I,as I am sure are many others,realise that our manager has ambitions to manage as higher level as possible, hopefully with KLTFC, but in reality we do expect he will indeed probably move on to better himself, but to do this hopefully he will keep winning with KLTFC thus putting himself in that managerial merrygorund melting pot. :farmer:

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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:

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General Discussion / Re: The Pitch
« on: December 08, 2019, 09:07:06 PM »
Having received numerous comments on the recent condition of the pitch, I thought I ought to respond.

With the greatest respect to the Chairman, Management, Players and of course the fans, I cannot be called to account for the amount of rain we have had in the last couple of months. For everyoneís information, we have had, without splitting hairs, 320 mm (old money 13 inches) of rain the the last 7 weeks.

Also, for your information, one inch of water equals 113 tons of water per acre.   The pitch is one and a half acres. Therefore, we have effectively had 2,200 tons of water in 7 weeks. Even with the new drainage installed, I have no control over the amount of rain we have had.  I can assure you that I will do my best to keep the pitch flat and divot free at 3 pm. What happens during the game is out of my hands.

Rant over.
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 :farmer: :farmer: :farmer: :oldman" Well said Steve, I can't give you enough praise for the state our pitch is in, excellent compared to only 12 months ago is all I can say. Being a farmer myself and being unable to get on the land to plant our crops,I fully understand your dilemmas, if indeed people are complaining. Ignore them, they have obviously got no worthwhile knowledge of soil maintenance and condition. Please keep doing what you are doing the pitch looks the best it has ever done in my near 50 years of attending the Walks. :farmer: :farmer: :farmer: :oldman"

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Which Blyth will turn up ?

Trousers down and ass smacked 6-0 at home to Brackley last Saturday.  Last night went to Alfreton in the Trophy and hit back with a 3-1 victory.

Manager Lee Clark has a hellva pedigree to be Managing at this level.

2-1 Lynn  Atten 890

 :banghead; :oldman" :farmer: Personally I don't see what his pedigree has to do with his management abilities, good players don't always make good managers and vice versa, some top managers never cut the mustard as players. We also have a top manager, who in his prime as a player had a half decent career.  :farmer: :oldman" :banghead;

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General Discussion / Re: GATESHEAD.
« on: December 01, 2019, 04:01:02 PM »
 :farmer: :oldman" I was reading earlier today that York City have sold the naming  rights to there new stadium for next season to LNER (London Noth Eastern Railways , I believe), this is obviously good for them financially and a guaranteed income for next season already sorted. This is where the difference in the team behind the team are, we struggle to sell our sponsorship opportunities yet they are already sorting out next season. I realise they are ex league, but they are now in the same league as us, so therefore we need to be trying to pull in more sponsorship. Why, oh why, do KLTFC seem unable to attract sponsors? ( please do not blame the chairman). There are many large companies around West Norfolk, we really do need to keep banging on there doors while we are riding the crest of the wave and sell this football club to them.  :farmer: :oldman"

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