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General Discussion / Re: Poster Identity
« on: October 16, 2019, 02:11:21 PM »
My real name is tooty fruity and I’m a female stripper

you sure you not dustin Hoffman in disguise remember "tootsie" :oldman" :oldman" :oldman" :hello: :stir:

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General Discussion / Re: Poster Identity
« on: October 16, 2019, 01:21:52 PM »
Ok if we’re all coming clean ..... my names Dave sadler and I like wearing women’s underwear
.......  :laughcry:
:laughcry: :laughcry: :laughcry: and I like wearing a kurta ocassionally, anyone know what that is now is the opportunity look it up on the internet

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General Discussion / Re: Poster Identity
« on: October 16, 2019, 01:18:33 PM »
seems to me that Grissles is the only one in this pile of drivel who is clear in who they are,Jesus a photo does not tell us who you are just that your monicker is most apt.

I know who Jesus is; and any bent on a religious theme forget it; I have met Jesus and John; these are ok with me; what ever you think of them is your prerogative; you know who I am; respect is the word; opinion can vary but remember slandering someone, and you could have a court proceeding against you, :shark: :shark: :shark: multiple profile can be stressful so be wise and do not incur a heart problem. someone ask me on  the match blog against chester; if I ever seen Lynn play' yes the answer was ;right from 1957 onwards yes maybe missed a few seasons ,but that is my business and no one else.

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General Discussion / Re: Poster Identity
« on: October 16, 2019, 01:06:45 PM »
seems to me that Grissles is the only one in this pile of drivel who is clear in who they are,Jesus a photo does not tell us who you are just that your monicker is most apt.


Quite a few people know that's me, and have said so at the football.

you know who I am the name joss is fairly well know around the ground; mandarin is my likeable language beside English; 5,well west lynn mike gave me that ;reason unknown I will have to ask him that;keep up the good work mike

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General Discussion / Matt Rhead
« on: October 16, 2019, 01:01:58 PM »
I know our chief concern is a central defender to cover Chris smith /and/ or Ryan Fryatt; but Billericay have just released Matt Rheard from Lincoln city ;I Believe Lynn wanted him to cover for gash or Marriott; incidentally  :hello: :salute: :salute: :thanks: :thanks: is Chris smith out for 2 months or the other centre back, another point, my profile is who I am and many know me around the ground now

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General Discussion / Re: Chester
« on: October 12, 2019, 06:26:40 PM »
Unfortunately we are, at the moment, too small for the next level.  We are small in facilities and small in off-field finances and organisation.  Where we can compete, if our league challenge is maintained, is attendance potential.  It is decent, though disappointing, improvement this season, but as we have seen in modern era “big” games, from Nuneaton, through Oldham, to Slough, the club is more than capable of pulling in crowds that can compete well with even the big full-time clubs in top division of the national league.  And I remain convinced that the 120,000 or so in surrounding area villages are a big advantage to us that at present is untapped, but could well be a source of real attendance improvement if the club can keep improving.  Here’s to a large crowd vs Chester, and a well-behaved one !


this out of town potential can be targeted; but go for the top non-league prize of the national vanarama; sponsorship will roll in, gates will increase; we had 1637 today against Chester of course there were a few Norwich fans here and a contingent of Chester fans. the potential is there and we have the best two in Ic and Paul; to see us there so go for it; the rest will come when there is solidification in the top notch of non-league football; quite a few of the clubs in that league are not all that far from Lynn to warrant an increase in away fans to bolster up the Gates;

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General Discussion / Re: Chester
« on: October 12, 2019, 06:06:31 PM »
our dear old friends in Northampton shire are now ;kettering

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General Discussion / Re: Chester
« on: October 12, 2019, 05:44:24 PM »
listen to the Lynn Chester game on radio Norfolk; this team has the potential to make its mark in the national vanarama. The referring was very much to be desired of; the boys showed guts and determination ;I really thought by the way nick Boulger got so excited that we actually clinched the 3 points; I think perhaps Gareth Southgate aught to call up our Adam; could not do any worse. Listen to Adam's interview; he said this team loves to play in front of a great crowd; that put our confidence quite high with the return game at the deva stadium, let us get another good win next week; and get this :scarf: :scarf: :cup2: :cup2: :come-on: :come-on: :clap: :clap: :cup: :cup: stadium buzzing with a 4000 crowd in the ist round proper with the television cameras there

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General Discussion / Re: York
« on: September 28, 2019, 05:33:16 PM »
yes quite agree; they put in the effort to try at least get a point; a good cup run; will be beneficial for us; not only  the f.a cup but also ,do not forget the F.a trophy run; Chester could possibly be a ripe cherry for us particular at home. Keeping our heads up to the encounter with Boston at Christmas could see us in a favourable position for a play off final and a win just like last season against warrington :scarf: :scarf: :cup2: :cup2:

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General Discussion / Re: FA Cup Replay v Alfreton Tuesday Evening
« on: September 24, 2019, 10:12:05 PM »
If he did would not be enough for what he did. What's the weather like in Lynn at the moment?

Could make amend by signing for Lynn remember ryan Roberts; not  Morgan-brown calibre, this chap is dangerous;would do well with 3 strikers,and a little bit of discipline from Ian :cup2: :cup2: :cup2: :comeon: :comeon: :comeon: :comeon:

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General Discussion / Re: Missing a Trick
« on: September 21, 2019, 02:02:10 PM »
 :cup2: :cheers: :cup: :thanks: :thanks: :thanks:

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General Discussion / Re: Missing a Trick
« on: September 21, 2019, 01:59:12 PM »
Stan I had no idea you lived next to me/KES ! :cheers:

perhaps he might live next to me; any case thanks Stan; by the way irlam York game had an early kick off I believe any ideas what the score is; talking about the Lynn York game ;a win there is not out of the question; but the chestnut is the game against Chester beat them at the fortress and we will be in paradise .see you all in the forum for the alfreton game he ho here we go again

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General Discussion / Re: Missing a Trick
« on: September 20, 2019, 09:49:42 PM »
Another point in Ian's interview I do not agree with the comment " we have no right", we got every right[to assert ourselves in this league. If those clubs were in this league so long; then that shows their calibre is not up to scratch as some may think; why if they were good there should be playing in the vanarama premier and not in this league. Sorry Ian your comments are really good about philosophy and such like; 10games and then progress; but saying we have no "no right " is a no goner with me we go all out to make team show us respect not the other way around; we do have the right to slaughter some teams if necessary. some of these teams are hanging onto this league by  the skin of their teeth; Ian has given us this incentive to bolster our claim for promotion if needs be go for it hammer and tong; let every game especially the bigger x foot league club ,like a F.A cup game, where we got the right to giant kill if the calibre is there, and we do have the calibre; show teams no mercy ;you can guarantee they will not shows us that;heck with the lovey dubby bit go for the juggernaut for every game; and we have the players for it; show some these teams respect and they will takes  us to  the cleaners; respect only comes where there is a social gathering ;playing a league game is no social gathering; the :nilpoints: :scarf: :shark: only way of showing respect is playing good clean football;

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General Discussion / Re: Missing a Trick
« on: September 16, 2019, 11:26:01 PM »
 
 
Re: Missing a Trick
« Reply #16 on: Today at 07:51:41 PM »

Some valid points, as always Tony.  However ( did you expect anything less).

With the current average gate attendance and increase in admission and assuming it stays around 1100 ( big  gates to come with York, Chester and Boston) I work out that income from gate receipts will see an increase of a 170k ( ish).  Now I would suggest that would go a long way to meet Stephen Cleeve’s break even figure.  Let’s not forget he is on record saying he will fund it for this year.  For the last time.

As for all this stuff of us not being good enough etc, I don’t buy that.  If anything in the opening quarter of the season we have proven we are very much good enough to compete at this level. With the right addition or two there is no reason the suggest we cannot finish in the top 7 (11th is halfway) and therefore qualify for the play-offs.

Now imagine that we did make the play-offs is IC going to give a team talk of.  ‘Ok lads we have come this far but the club needs you to throw this game as they aren’t ready for step one’

Let’s not throw in the towel just yet.  Maybe things will look different after 20 games.  Then again maybe they won’t.  Then how will the post match interviews go.


Ian was saying in the interview on Saturday that he would be content with a mid table position and another season on this league; yes I agree he said we could be in quicksand in the premier vanarama; but what about this for a scenario; I see there are about 66% of teams in  the step one framework within an easy distance for this club; and hence traveling support either way ;example not far to dover athletic, or, to chesterfield north and south for the geography concept; the occasional visit of Wrexham or even Torquay would be just fine; the point is go for the golden pot if that is within site, gain promotion again, whatever means there is; then consolidate in a higher league; you will get the sponsor when the carrot is dangling for the first ever chance of football league experience; people will see this club means business when this club is near the ambition of the event of gaining the promotion to  division one of the league; of course this would probably take maybe two season; but the opportunity for (1) crowd increase is good (2) sponsorship deal is good; and even giving the further incentive for Ian C to stay within this club ;after all staying with this club for another two season could be a massive goal for his c.v, we could be  seeing the horizon with a couple of wins against York and  Chester in the very near future; and then sail on from there with this 10 game philosophy. Another interesting point is what about playing Paul in goal for some of the seemingly easier Games and giving Alex that much needed rest. or even loaning out a good keeper to give the lad a rest;

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General Discussion / Re: Expectations
« on: September 07, 2019, 05:24:11 PM »
Remember what cully said about the 10 match psychology I think this is working well for this team; the pressure is keeping top and play off position; as the certain book said better to work at one day then think about the :clap: :clap: next, it is the same with football

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