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General Discussion / Stratford 0 v Lynn 2
« on: March 23, 2019, 05:06:00 PM »
Job done!   :cup2:

General Discussion / Storm damage
« on: March 10, 2019, 06:33:50 PM »
Not seen it myself, but just been told that there's been some storm damage to fence and gate at Tennyson End.

General Discussion / Top 5
« on: February 16, 2019, 05:33:59 PM »
Top 5 all win today.

General Discussion / 4-2 win
« on: January 29, 2019, 09:50:57 PM »
Lynn win 4-2 in awful conditions.

Attendance 389.

General Discussion / Latest Club Statement
« on: January 29, 2019, 09:47:09 PM »

Football club statement
January 29, 2019

Following last Wednesday’s social media incidents, King's Lynn Town Football Club wishes to inform supporters of its findings and the actions that have been taken following the conclusion of their investigations.
After an initial statement was issued, the club was contacted by a person claiming responsibility for postings made on social media platform ‘Twitter’ last Wednesday evening.
The individual concerned has since spoken with chairman Stephen Cleeve on the phone and has this evening (Tuesday) met with Mr Cleeve and other club officials.
Consequently, the following action has been taken by the club:
The person responsible has been banned from all matches at The Walks for an indefinite period, which will be lifted at the club's discretion.
King's Lynn Town Football Club has sought and been given advice by the Football Association’s official partner Kick It Out, who educate supporters on equality in football.
The club has decided that the person must attend a course run by Kick it Out. The person, who will foot the full cost of the course, will also meet up with Kieran Shipp to apologise for last week’s actions and has apologised to the club for his actions.
Further to the above, the club are intending to talk to a small group of individuals about previous social media activity and general behaviour, both here at the Walks and also at away games, in the very near future.
They will be warned about their future behaviour and informed any repeat of actions deemed not acceptable would also result in banning notices.
The club has asked that the Twitter identity ‘UltrasLynn’ remains deactivated, as it is now. 
A separate incident that took place in the technical area at Hitchin Town, which is totally unrelated to the social media postings, is also under investigation by the club and the Southern League.
King's Lynn Town Football Club condemns all forms of abuse and will act quickly to punish anybody who is responsible for this type of grossly offensive behaviour.

General Discussion / Reserves game off
« on: January 25, 2019, 05:03:17 PM »

Tonight's Thurlow Nunn Division One North encounter between King's Lynn Town and Downham Town at The Walks has been postponed due to an unfit pitch.

General Discussion / Club Statement
« on: January 24, 2019, 04:31:39 PM »
From Clubs website:

Club statement regarding social media postings
January 24, 2019

King’s Lynn Town Football Club are aware of a number of what the club can only describe as 'vile' and 'disgusting' postings which were made on social media platform Twitter following our fixture at Hitchin Town on Wednesday evening.
The three ‘Tweets’ were posted using the name of @UltrasLynn and have since been removed.
The club have already began a thorough investigation into this incident and we understand that more than one person has access to this account which allows them to post messages.
We appeal to the person(s) who made these comments to contact the club as a matter of urgency so that this very serious situation can be dealt with.
We also would ask any supporters who may know who is responsible for these actions to please contact the club by sending a direct message to our official twitter account @officialkltown
Once we have solid evidence as to the person(s) involved they will be dealt with by the club.
As a club we are sickened by the actions of this person(s) and we wish to publicly condemn their disgraceful behaviour.
We have today received many calls and messages from our supporters insisting that we take action against anyone proven to have been involved in this unpleasant incident and can promise that the club will take the appropriate steps in due course.
There will be no further comment from the club at this time. 

General Discussion / New signing.
« on: January 02, 2019, 07:29:28 PM »
Joe Robinson.

22 year old centre back from Cambs City.

General Discussion / Merry Christmas
« on: December 24, 2018, 11:27:08 PM »
Merry Christmas to everyone.


General Discussion / Gash leads Lynn to victory.
« on: November 17, 2018, 04:55:16 PM »
Fantastic away win today.


General Discussion / Reserves
« on: November 11, 2018, 05:04:48 PM »
Doesn't seem that Reserves get a lot of attention on here these days, unlike in previous seasons.

I know they were unfortunately on the receiving end of a big defeat yesterday, but it would still be nice to hear what's going on with them.

General Discussion / Lynn News report
« on: November 04, 2018, 11:41:24 AM »
Alvechurch 0 King's Lynn Town 3

It was business as usual as Ian Culverhouse made a winning return as King's Lynn Town manager with a 3-0 success at high-flying Alvechurch.

Back with Lynn after a brief managerial stint at Grantham, Culverhouse saw his side prevail through first half goals from Ryan Hawkins (2) and Adam Marriott.

The surroundings in the midlands may have been a far cry from The Walks, but Lynn delivered a performance full of verve and swagger.

It was typical of many of the display's under Culverhouse last season and it was clear that the former Norwich City and Tottenham defender was glad to be back in the dugout.

Culverhouse said: "It's very good to be back. It's a great football club as I said previously. There's a lot of water gone under the bridge and I'm really happy to be back.

"It's a very good squad and we are going to try to do the best we can. There are some great players here and there have been some excellent additions made.

"I must say what a job both Neil (Fryatt) and Robbie (Back) have done. They've really got the players together and have brought people into the squad who are good players. They've got to be commended on the job they did."

Shortly after Ryan Hawkins' effort had crashed back off the woodwork, Lynn open the scoring when Michael Gash saw his effort brilliantly saved by Charlie Price before an alert Adam Marriott nodded home the rebound.

Eight minutes later it was 2-0 after Marriott laid the ball on the plate for Hawkins to tap home.

Lynn's third goal was all about the touch and vision of Marriott who was again the provider for Hawkins to add his second of the afternoon.

"It's all about the players and if you've got good ones then that makes the job easier for you," admitted Culverhouse.

"This group of players is very, very good. It was just about getting going and as soon that momentum kicks in it is hard to stop and that's what we will be trying to achieve this season.

"We played on the front foot and played in the right areas of the pitch and the goals came at good times.

"The first one settled everyone down and gave them a bit of belief and we just progressed from there."

Lynn saw the game out at a canter in the second half and Culverhouse acknowledged: "It was important that we didn't give Alvechurch anything in the first 20 minutes of the second half and we did that."

The only blemish for Lynn was a nasty cut to the eye of defender Ryan Fryatt which required three stitches at hospital.

Fryatt was forced to leave the field on the stroke of half-time and Culverhouse said: "It's a bad one. It's right on the lid of his eye and he's gone to hospital.

"We just hope it's not as serious as it looked as it is a deep one. It will test the squad because we don't have a lot of cover in that area."

King's Lynn Town: Street, Jones, Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt (Richards 42), McAuley, Clunan, Henderson, Gash, Marriott (Limb 72), Hawkins (Parker 69).

Booked: McAuley.

Scorers: Marriott 5, Hawkins 13, 35.

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