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General Discussion / Re: Play offs
« on: May 06, 2024, 02:16:01 PM »
A fantastic day out Nigel I have to say.

Mallard, the average attendance for 2023/4 was 2637.

4G Pitch that cost £400,000 being ripped up tomorrow. Get on the phone Mr Cleeve and bag it for £500.  :cheers:
Back pocket money for joe.

General Discussion / Is he for real?
« on: May 03, 2024, 01:49:12 PM »
From the formerly known as Twitter site.
Seems to be a tad hypocritical and not thought through before posting.
Now he wants to see fan power and appears to endorse boycotts of games.
This from some of the highest priced tickets ever seen in the non league game so could prove interesting when the prices for next season come out.
Ahead of the game at Kings Lynn as it seems some have been boycotting games for about 7 years now.

If NL fans boycott the new PL trophy it will collapse before it started - fans have much more power than they realise - the deal has been done behind closed doors with zero consultation.  The NL board should hang their heads in shame but if fans boycott it will collapse

General Discussion / Re: Club vacancy.
« on: April 27, 2024, 07:41:03 PM »
Canít see em queuing up for this one.   Surprised the remit doesnít include organising and hosting summer concerts at The Walks. :laughcry:
Not forgetting the potential of a South American academy

General Discussion / Re: New signings
« on: April 27, 2024, 04:38:48 PM »
Thought we should have a new thread for players either coming to the Club, rumoured to be coming to the Club or players we would like to see coming to Club.

Just to kick things off.  Howís about Central midfielder, currently at Peterborough Sports. Ö. Josh McCammon.  He falls into at least one of those three categories.

Group chat been busy again?Not a lot seems to escape them on there!

General Discussion / Re: Season ends with a loss.
« on: April 23, 2024, 12:30:48 PM »
Certainly one to forget this one.   In the end it was job done.  AL has an important couple of months ahead in terms of recruitment.   

Which of the Lynn owned players would you keep for next season ?

Walker ( a given)

Jones as back up to Dixon-Hodge, Hargreaves, Margetts and Crowe.

If the budget allows Stephens as Hughes as squad players.

Need someone like Barrows (right back who can also play centre half) plus two new centre halves, 2 new midfielders and a couple of forwards as a minimum, I would think.

All need to be hard working fit individuals with experience at this level. If they have a bit of flair, that's a bonus. Times have moved on........Bowles, Marsh, Currie etc, although fun in the day wouldn't get in a starting eleven these days unless their fitness and work rate improved dramatically .
Any player who has the required fitness level for NL and great flair to go with it , will be in the EFl.......we have to be realistic in terms of the football we expect, I feel.......the only exception would be the inducement of a huge budget and wages to attract EFL players in (Wrexham for example).
I thought that playing with a huge budget when compared to our league rivals was the chairmans plan.It seemed to be the case until last season.Have we seen the end of that or will Joes money replace the chairmans so the club can continue to operate the way it has since chapman sold to cleeve?

General Discussion / Re: Adam Lakeland Interview
« on: April 16, 2024, 04:13:19 PM »
99%? That's a very big assumption to make and I doubt its correct.It maybe correct for some of the hard core supporters but the club desperately needs to get more supporters on board and that won't happen if the football is as dull as dishwater week in and week out.Also will not help player recruitment.How many players would say yes to a club knowing they have to take that attitude on the pitch for every game.It would be
like asking an adrenaline pumping oil rig worker to sit behind a desk pushing a pencil everytime he went to work or telling F1 fans they have got to watch Strictly instead.Is playing boring football in an attempt to win at all costs something they teach at the Academy so they can follow the clear pathway to the first team?Doubtful and I doubt the Chairman would put up with that even if AL did?

General Discussion / Re: Missed it Opportunity
« on: April 13, 2024, 04:31:19 PM »
Ambitions for Premier League.That leaves us miles behind in the dream stakes.
I read the latest episode of It's not my fault,in the edp today.
Same old same old.Move along,nothing to see here.

General Discussion / Re: Points shared.
« on: April 08, 2024, 10:09:17 AM »
Can always tell on this forum when we've not won, or had a disappointing result.....
Not ignoring a typical Paul post.   :laughcry:


General Discussion / Re: Points shared.
« on: April 06, 2024, 07:29:42 PM »
Sorry but at this stage of the season and looking at the form of the two teams,a win today was on the cards and the only acceptable result.The improvement in results we had seen over the past few games now looks as if it was a flash in the pan.
And the Manager doesn't want revolving doors and doesn't expect to make any Stellar signings for next season!

Dear all,

Leading up to the Euro tournament in June this year, I am conducting some research looking at fansí views towards the role of football in response to military conflict. For those interested in this topic, I have created a short survey that should not take up too much of your time:

Participation is completely voluntary, but I would appreciate hearing your thoughts on this topic.

Some interesting questions in this survey.

Sadly, I believe that many sports fans, not just football fans, don't care enough about such things as War and suffering of the World's population.

As long as money is pumped into their particular Sport or Club, at any level and irrespective of the source of such money, they are happy to go along with it.

Such is the craving for "success".

Pretty much summed it up there B&G :clap:
You're right there Jono.As can be seen here as the silence is almost deafening!

General Discussion / Re: Disappointment for the Linnets.
« on: April 03, 2024, 04:00:59 PM »
Our Lucky Joe must have left at half time.

Is Joe for real or just a figment of someone's vivid imagination?
Have you considered that it could be both?

General Discussion / Re: Itís the Players fault.
« on: April 02, 2024, 11:12:04 AM »
The Elephant in the room.
His tactical substitutions played a major part in the 2nd half performance and the players can't be blamed for that decision.
Even if the reason for making the substitutions was due to players being tired after giving all in the first half,its his job to make sure he's got players on the bench capable of stepping up into the roles on the day.
Adam,you have done well up until Monday!We ended up with a back 3 with a combined age of 98 against a team going all out and looking for goals!
You can't try to let the players take the blame for that 2nd half shambles.

General Discussion / Re: Disappointment for the Linnets.
« on: April 02, 2024, 10:16:39 AM »
Our Lucky Joe must have left at half time.

General Discussion / Pinch, punch, first of the month.
« on: April 01, 2024, 12:14:06 PM »
Joe will be at the game today.

General Discussion / Re: TAMWORTH
« on: March 23, 2024, 05:38:36 PM »
Really good result against the top of the league.
Unbeaten in 10 which is something none of us can have seen coming a couple of months ago.
Full credit to SC/AL and all of the players.
great result without a doubt but you need to include Joe when giving credit.It can't be ignored that SC and AL appeared hopelessly lost before he came on the scene and that can't be a coincidence

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