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Very good way of describing it, B & G.......

General Discussion / Re: Well done Kings Lynn
« on: March 19, 2020, 10:49:46 PM »
Thanks to all for the update on the ref....

General Discussion / Re: The problem football clubs are now facing.
« on: March 19, 2020, 10:46:23 PM »
I agree Grissles - £500 was indeed a good effort and result....

General Discussion / Re: Well done Kings Lynn
« on: March 18, 2020, 11:49:44 PM »
For those of us not there, are we now reading that the the ref was black ?  I’ve got that the ref is supposed to have made bad decisions, and therefore suffered abuse from some of the crowd.  But I’m getting the impression that the racist incident to a black person may have been to the ref himself - or have I jumped to the wrong conclusion ?

General Discussion / Re: The problem football clubs are now facing.
« on: March 18, 2020, 08:48:11 PM »
I intend to donate as well when I’ve seen the forthcoming video.  But, I keep seeing suggestions of a  “Quiz Night”......  Surely you’d need about a hundred of them to make any impression on the sums needed either to survive or progress ?!.....
Anyway, the big thing is first to survive as individuals, then revert to helping the club to achieve National or League status.  On the survival front, don’t follow Stanley Johnson’s ignorance by going to the pub, and so far I’ve heard Sunak’s plans for businesses, but haven’t heard any plans to help out the people who rent, or pull the pints, or turn up when offered the chance on Zero-hour contracts....

General Discussion / Re: Well done Kings Lynn
« on: March 17, 2020, 03:57:31 PM »
It’s a sad reflection of our country at present, and has been to a certain extent for too many years.  Some sympathy for the accused, though I don’t feel it myself,  may be found when we realise that his attitude is prevalent in too high a percentage of our population, and to such an extent that he may not even realise the impropriety of his behaviour.  Racism is a societal problem, and not the fault of football.

General Discussion / Re: The problem football clubs are now facing.
« on: March 17, 2020, 03:50:49 PM »
We ALL want the club to survive, and eventually thrive.  I certainly hope the Chairman and sponsors are able to stay on board without too much financial injury.  However, the phrase “ in the scheme of things” has never been more prevalent.  Virtually all of us have far more to consider, worry about, and tackle than the future of ANY sporting venture for the foreseeable future.  We shall turn our attentions to sport when the new world, in sport and out, is finally established.  I have a feeling that world will be vastly different to that of our current concerns like football and Brexit....

General Discussion / Re: Well done Kings Lynn
« on: March 16, 2020, 07:20:31 PM »
Great to see racist bullies  removed.  I enjoy watching the close-ups on the crowd in “Premier” league matches.  You see some crackin’ neanderthals on a regular basis.  Funnier than “Only Fools”, when it’s a dull game !

General Discussion / Re: If the season finishes early.......
« on: March 16, 2020, 07:10:35 PM »
Hey, Daleh.... Haven’t read Rooney’s medical advice, but I can imagine !.....  and, Non League, June, yeah, but what year ?

General Discussion / Re: Will the FA end the season ?
« on: March 15, 2020, 09:45:11 AM »
The attendance was impressive, but Stan’s congratulations to those who “ignored the scaremongering” was badly misinformed, and unkind to those who didn’t go, either to protect themselves or to help stop the spread to others.  They didn’t fall for the scaremongering, as Stan rather insultingly put it.  Don’t forget Stan, we have all been warned that there are probably many people who have the virus but not yet the symptoms, so none of us know who to avoid.  Hard luck KL as it sounds like things didn’t go our way despite an improved performance......

General Discussion / Re: Gloucester Monday
« on: March 14, 2020, 01:38:55 PM »
People aren’t “wallowing” in doom and gloom.  They are being sensible and realistic.  We all want the club to win this league, and for SC to keep his financial position above water, but older supporters and those with underlying health issues really must put their safety above their entertainment needs.  So far we have no cases in the county, so I hope for a good crowd and a great result.

General Discussion / Re: Will the FA end the season ?
« on: March 14, 2020, 09:03:10 AM »
Stan’s response to my last post has baffled me further.  Stan, the first half of your response looked rational, if debatable on your assessment of other poster’s motivations.  So, up to half-way I understood you, albeit with areas of disagreement.  However, your second paragraph is the point at which my gob became smacked, because you appear to be asking me, (“ask yourself”), and by inference, others, to put health issues below the well-being of the club.  In view of the seriousness of the global, (including “Norfolk”), situation, that aspect of your post appears to me to be ludicrous.  Nothing personal here, but surely priorities should be prioritised ?!

General Discussion / Re: Will the FA end the season ?
« on: March 14, 2020, 12:01:26 AM »
We’ve all got opinions about this, at least those who know what’s going on.  My turn to spout an opinion.  BLOODY RIDICULOUS DECISION BY THE LEAGUE. Can’t agree with Stan’s attitude at all.  But if the game goes ahead, I hope the players don’t make the amazing mistake I’ve seen in top-class matches, with players rightly observing the no handshake before the game instruction, but then hand-shaking, cuddling, and virtually snogging each other when a goal is scored or the game ends !!  Unbelievable, and I’ve not heard a single manager or media person mention this once !.......

General Discussion / SOCIAL DISTANCE
« on: March 12, 2020, 02:47:33 PM »
A word to all players, all levels.  In the current environment, not shaking hands before a match is a good idea, and being well observed all over the country.  BUT - it’s a pointless exercise if all sorts of kissing and cuddling occurs on a goal being scored or at the end of a match with team-mates and opponents alike.  That, it appears to THE FONT, is also taking place all over the country, every game I’ve seen.....Don’t get that, at all....


General Discussion / Re: Current form concerns
« on: March 12, 2020, 02:37:19 PM »
KES, or anyone interested in my world-renowned advice  - if we rely on Gash to be the supplier of chances to our other strikers, we won’t win many games.  That isn’t an insult to MG, but a general observation about any team using the old-fashioned method of a long high punt to a Big Man “up top”, with the other strikers picking up what “comes off him”.  Few teams employing that method are in the top half of league tables.  Neither, IMO, is at advantageous to hit “the Big Man”  to “bring others into play”, because if they’re not already “in play”, they shouldn’t be on the pitch !  Fluid group and individual (but supported) movements unlock all defences.  Again this week, RB Leipzig did it superbly - no tactics, just quick slippery players in every position going forward, and numbers back to defend.  KL are equipped to do this, have done all season, and can surely do it again from now on...

THE FONT.......

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