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General Discussion / Ticket sales
« on: May 24, 2021, 06:14:13 PM »
Chairman's tweet on ticket sales for final two home games of the season:

Stephen Cleeve
Roughly including season tickets about 500 tickets sold for our next 2 home games - please come down and support your local team

General Discussion / Linnets lose on their travels.
« on: May 15, 2021, 05:02:02 PM »
Lost 3-1 today.

The nightmare is nearly over.

Normality is (hopefully) just around the corner!

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General Discussion / Squad for next season
« on: May 13, 2021, 07:23:16 PM »
Squad building time for next season.

Obviously we don't know who IC intends to keep from the current squad but with the possibility of 2000 league players looking for clubs very soon, who would supporters like to see at Lynn? Let's keep it realistic but ambitious and restrict it to players that we know are available.

Where do we start? Looking around, there already appears to be quite a few players available that fit the bill.

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General Discussion / V Boreham Wood
« on: May 02, 2021, 12:35:26 PM »
Boreham Wood v King's Lynn Town

The Linnets make their first visit to Meadow Park on Monday (3 pm) looking to avenge the 3-0 defeat inflected on them at The Walks in October, which saw Lynn playing the second half with ten men having had Jamar Loza sent off seconds before half time and Archie Mair the hero for his saves and unfortunate villain for conceding a penalty.

Having reached the play-offs last season, 15th placed Wood have become the league's draw specialists this campaign with 16 matches ending all square, 6 of the goalless. Goals, or lack of scoring them, seem to have been a problem for both teams of late. Lynn having not scored in 298 minutes and Wood for 360. Wood having failed to find the net in seven of their last eleven league outings.

While Lynn were losing to Stockport last Tuesday and getting a point against Maidenhead on Saturday, Wood have been without a fixture for eight days having lost 3-0 to Stockport on 24th April.

The main source of Wood's goals is Kabongo Tshimanga who scored twice against Lynn and has notched 17 so far this season bring his total since joining the club to 31 goals from 65 appearances. Along with Tshimanga is the physical presence of Matt Rhead scorer of the other goal against Lynn.

Lynn will hopefully have Elkan Baggott available following his FA Youth Cup exploits with Ipswich Town.

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General Discussion / V Maidenhead
« on: April 29, 2021, 10:32:13 AM »
King's Lynn Town v Maidenhead United

Lynn have the opportunity to complete their third double of the season when they entertain 12th placed Maidenhead United on Saturday.

When the sides met in October, goals by Simon Power and Dayle Southwell saw Lynn come back from behind to cancel out two Sam Barratt penalties, before a 90th minute Aaron Jones goal saw Lynn to a 3-2 win at York Road to record their first ever National League victory.

The Magpies have had a rather mixed season with good and poor runs of results. Going into the game against Weymouth on Tuesday they had managed a run of four games without defeat, with 16 goal striker Danilo Orsi-Dadomo telling the local newspaper that the club were still aiming for the play-offs.

Weymouth, however, produced a shock 1-0 win with Orsi-Dadomo, who had scored six goals in his previous three games, failing to convert a late penalty.

On a frustating night for the Magpies their woes were compounded by the dismissal of defender/midfielder Seth Twumasi.

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General Discussion / We are not out of the woods yet!
« on: April 27, 2021, 01:44:51 PM »
We still ALL need to play our part. If you are tempted to go somewhere where you know you shouldn't, and/or break social distancing guidelines, please think twice.

Coronavirus: Slight rise in West Norfolk cases reported

Coronavirus infections in West Norfolk have risen slightly, according to latest government figures.

The borough's overall case rate remains the highest in Norfolk.

Data for the seven days to last Wednesday, April 21, showed there were 43 confirmed coronavirus cases in West Norfolk, up two on the previous week.

The borough's rolling infection rate stood at 28.4 cases per 100,000 people, which is almost twice the overall Norfolk rate of 15.6 and above the national average.

The data also shows a 50 per cent weekly rise in cases in North Norfolk.

The number of people who have died with coronavirus at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital remains unchanged at 479, following the latest update yesterday


General Discussion / V Stockport
« on: April 27, 2021, 09:14:04 AM »
High flying Stockport County make their first visit league to The Walks on Tuesday (19.00) looking to complete a league double that saw Lynn defeated 4-0 at Edgeley Park two weeks ago.
Fourth placed Stockport, unbeaten in eleven games and having won the last three on their travels, must be favourites for the points although the Linnets have been known to get some unexpected results this season.

Against the top three teams in the division Lynn have managed two points from the six games, as have Stockport, although the Hatters have yet to entertain Torquay United.
On Saturday John Rooney's 20 yard curling shot saw him score his 16th goal of the season as the Hatters defeated Boreham Wood 3-0.
With 0.80 goals conceded per game, Stockport have the best defence in the division.

Lynn have fitness doubts over Kyle Callan-McFadden and Cameron King, both unable to complete the game on Saturday while Elkan Baggot might have availability problems with parent club Ipswich Town in FA Youth Cup action against Sheffield United on Friday.

Live commentary: BBC Radio Norfolk

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General Discussion / The loan and the English Sports Council
« on: April 12, 2021, 02:41:17 PM »
The English Sports Council have placed a floating Charge on Lynn FC Ltd.

I assume that means the much talked about loan is now all in place.

General Discussion / Lee Collins, Yeovil Captain dies, aged 32.
« on: April 01, 2021, 04:03:22 PM »
Lee Collins death: Yeovil Town captain dies aged 32

Club’s National League game against Altrincham has been postponed following the news

Yeovil captain Lee Collins died on Wednesday, his club confirmed

Lee Collins, captain of National League side Yeovil Town, has died at the age of 32.

The club confirmed the news on Thursday afternoon.

“All at Yeovil Town Football Club are mourning the loss of club captain Lee Collins,” read a statement on the team’s official website.

“Lee sadly passed away yesterday and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

“We ask everyone to respect the family’s privacy at this time.

“The club will make no further comment at this time.

“Our game with Altrincham tomorrow has been postponed.”

The cause of Collins’ death is as yet unknown.

The defender, whose last appearance for Yeovil came on 6 February and saw him sent off against Stockport, started his career Wolverhampton Wanderers before spells at Port Vale, Barnsley, Northampton Town, Mansfield Town and Forest Green Rovers.

BBC Radio Somerset’s Yeovil Town commentator Sheridan Robins told BBC Sport: “The main thing that everyone will be feeling is a deep sense of shock.

“He was a real winner. I remember when he first joined the club we were at rock bottom, having been relegated to the National League. In his interview he was said he wasn’t there to make friends, he wanted to win.

“He wore his heart on his sleeve on the pitch and was known for his leadership, he was the epitome of a captain, he did everything he could in that 90 minutes to win the three points.”

Injuries had disrupted Collins’ campaign this season, but he returned to the bench last week as Yeovil beat Barnet 3-1.

“After the game I spoke to Yeovil manager Darren Sarll and he told me how pleased he was to have Lee back,” Robins said.

General Discussion / Linnets win at home.
« on: March 27, 2021, 04:53:46 PM »
Lynn take 3 points at home with a 2-1 win after going behind to a first minute Eastliegh goal.


General Discussion / LN's article
« on: March 22, 2021, 07:17:45 PM »

Well, have to say it surprises me that two Clubs hoping for PL next season are interested (no disrespect to the lad), but I suppose stranger things have happened.

What's he worth?

General Discussion / Kings Lynn Town FC Academy-The positives.
« on: March 17, 2021, 01:11:39 PM »
As there's been interest on this subject recently, just thought I would kick this off.

So, anyone that's interested in this subject.................go for it.

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General Discussion / Lost 1-0
« on: March 13, 2021, 05:02:41 PM »
No shame in that display or result against a team such as Sutton.

They are league leaders for a reason.


General Discussion / What will tomorrow bring.............
« on: March 12, 2021, 01:16:18 PM »
...............when League leaders Sutton United visit the Walks?

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