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General Discussion / Re: Wealdstone away Tuesday
« on: Today at 08:07:17 PM »
Mair, Hickman, Fleming, Callan- McF, Denton, Payne, Richards, Clunan, Kiwomya, Jackson, Mitchell

Subs Carey (probably needs a rest) , Gvasi, Bastock, plus 2 from Ressies/Academy.....Joe plus a centre half ?

IC said 6 more furloughs....... going out on a limb on basis of biggest savings.......Smith, Jarvis, Barrows,King, Gash...... can't find a sixth

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 07, 2021, 08:45:42 PM »
The proposal is better outlined in the Guardian article(see earlier post)........it seems it's the one space vacated by Macclesfield for promotion/relegation and then making the NL up to 25, unless Dover don't want to continue or the FA rules against Dover.


Anyway , as you point out Mall, looking.like Lynn will be safe. Hopefully this gets confirmed in a few days and Lynn can concentrate on watching the pennies and keeping the best elements of the squad onside for next season

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 07, 2021, 02:58:02 PM »
Yes, KES..... and the poetry stops there !  Disappointing result.  We were playing well again, but when we lost King and Kiwomya, we lost the initiative. We now have the basis of a team that can take on anyone in this league, but only when we have all available.  We have to hang on in there, somehow.  For me, I rue the loss of Pedro, Nathan Fox, and Jamar Loza. Still, onwards and upwards ?!?!


Yes agreed Dilly......we have the basics of a decent side now... important to keep the key men onside if we can.....for me that's Callan-McFadden, Jones, Denton,  Richards, Clunan , King, Carey and Kiwomya and Gash. If we can retain our NL status and those 9, with some good additions, next season will be really interesting.

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 06, 2021, 06:21:41 PM »
I was listening to an interview with the Dorking and Eastbourne managers today........they are hopeful that the FA will make a decision on the mini league this coming week.

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 06, 2021, 05:53:34 PM »
How can you have a National League Board as incompetent and out of their depth as this lot........ believe me any outcome is still possible

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 06, 2021, 05:11:48 PM »
We have to really hope that relegation isn't reinstated. Weymouth have the finances to continue, so they will be able to maintain a decent squad, so it would be us or Wealdstone for the last relegation spot and if we furlough another 6 we have no chance..we have to assume that Dover's results will be expunged too, so we would lose a further 3 points

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 06, 2021, 05:04:50 PM »
As we feared Dilly.........Loza a big influence

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 06, 2021, 01:20:07 PM »
May have to be on a quid pro quo/barter basis until I improve my business cash flow by furloughing my best employees and then get some temps in to replace them.....you know how it is

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 06, 2021, 11:21:47 AM »
Yes Dilly, I am also a little concerned about the Loser guy..... . just hoping he has an off day and he gets pulled off early.

Sorry about non payment...things have been a bit tight recently..... would you be open to us setting up a long term loan, at very low interest rates, repayable over say 20years or so ?  :laughcry:

Ps look forward to catching up with you and Mall at The Walks for the Thursday training session next week.

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General Discussion / Re: From Home page.
« on: March 05, 2021, 01:25:48 PM »
Sounds like he was almost a free agent, so maybe he is prepared to pay  for very little or the loan is for a small sum to put himself in the shop window.

Otherwise it's ridiculous....   I am expecting us to pick up players for free if we are furloughing......... there's the whole Wimbledon Academy to pick from for starters

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 03, 2021, 09:03:14 PM »
Mike would surely be out very wide on the left wing for the over hit crosses.

Presumably Mair can't be furloughed....think they may consider parking the bus that is SC, MH and Bazza along the six yard line.....maybe at home we can play with the pink ball, which by all accounts has an unguessable flight for most Englishmen....should help even things up

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 03, 2021, 05:10:29 PM »
Ironically I would have been fine for Notts County, but just torn a pterodactyl muscle (apparently something to do with my age :laughcry:). Been on the physio's couch all afternoon...she knows her stuff......and I am a quick healer........so may be a case of "a late fitness test'......... that's assuming of course that Stephen, Ian, Rob, Mike, Tony and Dilly don't nab the 6 berths first.

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General Discussion / Re: Woking away Saturday
« on: March 03, 2021, 03:13:08 PM »
How's the hammy now Mall ?....you have had a couple of weeks to recover ! :laughcry:

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General Discussion / Re: New National League
« on: March 03, 2021, 03:07:43 PM »
Quite pathetic.....the fact Ives and the NL are giving it time shows what a pickle they have created. I suspect they feel they have to spend some "listening time", because Dorking have appointed a QC  whose judgement seems to be that the voting process may have been illegal. But surely, ultimately the FA will have to come down on the side of the democratic vote......you can't just create another league just to suit your own needs.

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