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General Discussion / Re: V Boston (away)
« on: January 02, 2020, 09:43:08 PM »
The gift that just keeps giving..

“Anyway listening in on a conversation of one of their Club officials it seems that the current owner is about to be joined by a heavyweight investor with an aim to join the Football League”

P.s. sorry for the spam.

General Discussion / Re: V Boston (away)
« on: January 02, 2020, 09:38:48 PM »
They’re obsessed.

“The Rise of King's Lynn
« on: Today at 09:06:41 PM »
How have they managed to rise above us and seemingly all the other established NLN clubs?

Have they come into money? Have they just got a great manager who knows how to get the best out of average (cheap) players? Doing some research on their Chairman, he seems to have had a colourful and controversial past. Is he behind the success?

On another point, I've heard rumours that top scorer Adam Marriott is potentially going to Colchester”


General Discussion / Re: V Boston (away)
« on: January 02, 2020, 03:37:59 PM »
From Boston Forum:

“Congratulations to Lynn. It gives us something to look forward to when their wheels come off, they lose their backers and go bust. Been there, got the T shirt. Enjoy it while you can, we enjoyed our moment”


General Discussion / Re: BOSTON AWAY.
« on: December 31, 2019, 01:40:50 PM »
I’ve got 2 seats available to Boston..

General Discussion / Re: Adam Marriott
« on: December 27, 2019, 03:39:31 PM »
I agree totally with everyone’s opinion, as they all valid points.

I can certainly agree that Culverhouse will he pushing the players behind the scenes as he knows we’ve got a special group of players here. It’d be a shame not to keep them together, and push for promotion.

Up the Lynn!

General Discussion / Re: Adam Marriott
« on: December 27, 2019, 01:55:27 PM »
But we’re massively over achieving, again from what cully said taking it 10 games at a time and we’re living in dream world at the moment. We’d be silly to turn down big money for the lad.
I can see it from peoples point of view that think we need to keep hold of him as he’s an integral part to the team, and people saying that’ll show what Cleeve is made of, with a message of intent with holding on to Marriott. Which is really hope we do but we have to think about the club as a whole. Cleeve has already said its going to be a massive task if we did somehow go up next year with letting wages demands and league rules. But at this stage we shouldn’t be thinking about promotion like Culverhouse has said. It’s the long term vision, and the money from Marriott may give us the ability to get a couple of lads in, granted they’ll be no Marriott but it’s about the financial stability of the club.
Do we want to go back to the old ways before we re-formed and pay players silly amounts that we couldn’t afford and let us go under the pan once again. No we don’t.


General Discussion / Re: Where was the collection?
« on: December 27, 2019, 01:31:21 PM »
On a slightly different note (although the subject was mentioned a few weeks ago) apparently the winner of yesterday's 50/50, received £150.

Are we really only selling £300 worth of tickets when there's in excess of 2,000 people there?  :dontknow:

One to work on?

Just an idea, might not be worth while.
But could the guy selling the programs also he pushing the 50/50 tickets, not to add more jobs to individuals. Potentially also someone selling them as you went into the ground before turnstyle while people still have money out?

General Discussion / Re: Boxing day v Boston.
« on: December 27, 2019, 11:27:03 AM »
Another funny from the Boston forum

“I hope it p****s it down
« on: Today at 10:26:43 AM »
With half the team injured, and such a tough game yesterday.  Would it be to our advantage if tomorrows match was called off?  Kettering did not have a match yesterday  and we played 74 minutes with 10 men in testing conditions.  Get the sprinklers on ;D ;D ;D”

Clutching a straws to gain an advantage 🤦🏼‍♂️

General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 27, 2019, 10:28:09 AM »
I believe I heard over tannoy yesterday about the bucket going round the new Frost/pitch protection covers. I may have heard wrong but said they need around £4-5k to be able make this happen.

I know you can get automatic rollers from either goal to goal, or side to side of pitch, and this doesn’t need much manual work to operate. So reckon this should/could be the better option, it may cost slightly more. But for the Steve (groundsman) it’d save him needing more and more volunteers to help get them on and off.

But personally didn’t see the collection bucket come near me yesterday. Boston at home games do a collection jar for all loose change that goes around every game, and I believe over last 3 seasons it’s raised £3,500 already 🤷🏻‍♂️

General Discussion / Re: Good day ! / Great 12 months
« on: December 27, 2019, 10:03:53 AM »
Another good day really, tough conditions made it hard for both teams to play. But hey, the boys managed to pull through strong and we get yet another 3 points on the board.

Next two home games, Spennymoor and York. 1k+ attendances surely, that’s the least the players deserve. York are likely to bring a couple of hundred I should imagine!

General Discussion / Re: Boxing day v Boston.
« on: December 26, 2019, 07:51:24 PM »
From Boston Forum;

“Agree, absolute tin pottery of the highest order, as for game, sending off changed it, 11 v 11 and we would have run out comfortable winners, must admit for a team top of table they were pretty poor, will wager a bet come end of season we will be above them in the league, long way to go yet“

Idiots. Granted we weren’t at our best, but still controlled the game, just final pass let us down today, and reasonably slow build up play. But fed up of the oldies that always stand near me, they’re so negative it’s unreal. Literally before the goal, bloke behind goes “don’t give it too sonny, he f**k it up” when Sonny got the ball, “here we go again”. Let’s encourage these great bunch of lads!

General Discussion / Re: Boston United on Boxing Day
« on: December 24, 2019, 09:53:24 AM »
Absolutely gutted I can’t make it Boxing Day, due to Christmas family commitments 🤦🏼‍♂️

With a slightly depleted squad I’m going with a 2-1 win also, but with visions of being 1,999 attendance due to 720 tickets being sold already online and Boston selling 200 also!

General Discussion / Re: Box office open today.
« on: December 21, 2019, 10:21:00 AM »
Boston Website; for the Away Leg (1st Jan 2020- New Years Day)

JAKEMANS (TOWN END) STAND (Turnstiles 7-10)
The Jakemans Stand is the popular end for home supporters — but is used to house visiting fans if sizeable travelling numbers are expected. The stand has a capacity of 1,500.

Jakemans (Town End) Stand
Adults: £13
Concessions: £10
Children (16 years and under): £4
Adult x1 and Child x1: £15
Adult x1 and Child x2: £18
Adult x2 and Child x2: £30

General Discussion / Team of the Decade?
« on: December 20, 2019, 09:30:14 PM »
With it being the end of the decade, it seems the popular thing going round for other clubs at the moment, silly not to have some fun and reminisce about some of the great players over the past 10 years. This is the team I could come up with, some players very unlucky not to make the cut.

GK: Alex Street

RB: Cameron Norman
CB: Ross Watson
CB: Rory McAuley
LB:!Frazer Blake-Tracey

RM: Steve Spriggs
CM: George Thompson
CM: Lee Stevenson
LM: Jamie Thurlbourne

ST: Adam Marriott
ST: Michael Gash

Danny Gay
Ryan Fryatt
Jordan Yong
Dan Quigley
Cameron King
Craig Parker.

Your turn?

General Discussion / Re: Bad news for the Linnets.
« on: December 18, 2019, 06:24:36 PM »
Natty Stewart has returned and featured for ressies at the weekend, so expect him to be on the bench at the weekend.

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