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General Discussion / STREAMING for Altrincham v KLTFC - REFUND OR CREDIT
« on: December 06, 2020, 10:16:16 AM »
For those who did buy an Altrincham FC Stream before the Postponement:

I contacted the Streaming Company (TicketCo UK Ltd) received this reply from Bill Waterson:

"Hi Michael

We offer two options: a refund or a voucher for any other stream including the rearranged match.  (this last one less attractive if you're a Linnet as your email address might suggest!).

I've got to push the button on the standard emails but I will do that this afternoon.

Thanks for the question

Bill"

I have not seen any "Standard email" yet but will update this Post when I hear anything.

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General Discussion / Altrincham FC v King's Lynn Town FC - Saturday
« on: December 04, 2020, 09:46:37 AM »
How do you see this one panning out  :dontknow:

Hopefully both Callan-McFadden and McAuley will have recovered to lead the Defence. What news Aaron Jones. If not then can we bolster the Backline somehow  :dontknow:

I think a Back Four of Barrows, Smith, Fleming and Brown - with a Midfield Four of Clunan, Jarvis King and Carey - with Loza and Marriott Up Front.

Subs: Southwell, Mitchell, Kelly, Power and Gash


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General Discussion / STREAMING for Altrincham v KLTFC is now Available
« on: December 03, 2020, 10:15:59 AM »
Streaming is now available at:https://www.altrinchamfc.com/club/streaming


Scroll down from picture until you come to: 

Upcoming fixtures Head to Our TicketCo page, with all of the upcoming broadcasts that are available for purchase.

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After the excitement of the win at Port Vale we return to the National League with a visit to Sutton United on Saturday 14th.

Laying 4th in the Table (Lynn 18th) Sutton were beaten 0 - 1 by Notts County at Home but have beaten Maidenhead 3 - 0 (Home). Their Away record is impressive with 3 x Wins.

If we can reproduce the performance against Port Vale I can see us gaining at least 1point.

Start with the same formation and players as at PV.


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General Discussion / Port Vale - FA Cup
« on: November 05, 2020, 11:05:10 AM »
How is Ian Culverhouse going to approach this game against Port Vale  :dontknow:

Will he treat it as a "Training Session" and ring the changes in formations as the game progresses without really hoping any result? Or will he go defensive and try to grab victory with a goal on-the-break?

Who have we got fit? Aaron Jones?

I think we need to go 4-4-2 or 4-1-3-2. Pointless playing 1 up front.

Views?

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The FA Cup 1st Round Draw takes place on Monday 26th October.

BT Sport will show Draw Live at approx 1910 (7.10pm) during coverage of the final qualifying round.

Who would you like to be drawn against?

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General Discussion / King's Lynn v Boreham Wood - Tuesday 13th
« on: October 11, 2020, 01:01:28 PM »
Lynn take on Boreham Wood at Home on Tuesday evening. Boreham have Drawn 1 at Home and Lost their Away game so sit 3rd from bottom.

This is a chance for us to bounce back from a Thumping at Solihull and get back our confidence.

I am not sure about Chris Smith as a starting CH and would prefer Ross Barrows alongside MacAuley, Jones and Brown with someone sitting just in front (can we get Quigley back  :laughcry: :laughcry:).

Ryan Jarvis needs a rest and Clunan needs minutes as a starter.

Anyway, that's IC's job to manage and pick the team and formations - Will be watching on Live Stream so COYL

 :scarf: :scarf: :comeon: :comeon: :comeon: :scarf: :scarf: :scarf:

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General Discussion / Invited Guests at the Norwich U23 Game
« on: September 03, 2020, 08:47:44 PM »
On another site the subject of 3, 4 "invited guests" watching the game,and quite clearly seen in the far Stands during the 1st half, has had lots of comments.

Unfortunately The Fans of King's  Lynn FC Admin (JH) has had a sense of humour failure and removed all comments on the subject.

Lots of comments were against the entry of these volunteers as a reward for their work at The Walks. Good for them for their vo.untary time.

However, I believe - and so many others, that the Behind Closed Doors Rule has been contraveined by whoever invited them to attend. Albeit a kind gesture by "The Club" the BCD at Step 1 and above does not allow ordinary fans to attend and these persons were not attending as voluntary workers.

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General Discussion / King's Lynn Town FC vs Bradford (PA)
« on: February 14, 2020, 10:59:31 AM »
Friday and the sun is shining on the righteous of West Norfolk, drying out the pitch ahead of another Home game.

Although much lower down the table Bradford will be hoping to cause the biggest upset of the Season - Bottom vs Top.

Our lead of 1point must be maintained whatever York City manage at Home vs Hereford - dare I hope for a Hereford Win or Draw  :dontknow:  :comeon: :comeon: Hereford.

See most of you at the Walks cheering the Team on - If not able to make it I will, as usual try to keep you updated on the LiveFeed.

 :scarf: :scarf: :scarf: :comeon: :comeon: :comeon: :scarf: :scarf: :scarf:

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General Discussion / Blyth Commentary on MIXIR Radio
« on: January 25, 2020, 01:03:18 PM »
For those who cannot attend the game:


http://mixlr.com/blythspartans/

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General Discussion / King's Lynn v York City - Sat 18 Jan 2020
« on: January 11, 2020, 07:55:51 PM »
After our loss at Ebbsfleet in the FA Trophy Lynn can now concentrate all our efforts to the League.

Two games in hand over York and 1point ahead and the BIG GAME next Saturday at Home against The Minstermen (after York Minster).

(King's Lynn Minster (St Margaret's) is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England in King's Lynn. It was granted the honorary title of Minster in 2011. The word derives from the Old English "mynster", meaning "monastery", "nunnery", "mother church" or "cathedral".)

Our Two games in Hand will not be resolved until late in the season and may even extend to 3games if Leamington get through this Round of the FA Trophy after today's 1 - 1 Draw) and our our game against them is postponed on 8th Feb.

York also have some possibly unwelcome games in The North Riding Cup with their 1/4 Final game against Whitby on 28th Jan and possible further games if they proceed.

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General Discussion / Adam Marriott - Interest From Other Clubs
« on: January 07, 2020, 08:57:12 PM »
From Greg Plummer's Twitter:

Greg Plummer
@GregTheLynnNews
Just spoken to @officialKLtown  director of football @Backie9  who says the stories linking striker Adam Marriott are just pure speculation.
The frontman remains on contract at The Walks and there has been no official interest from any other club at this moment.

6:14 PM · Jan 7, 2020

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General Discussion / King's Lynn TV YouTube Link
« on: January 03, 2020, 06:26:51 PM »
The Following Link takes you to King's Lynn TV - Where you can find all King's Lynn matches, Home and Away (Courtesy of Bevan Asher - I hope he does not mind me Posting this link.)  :worship: :worship:


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtLCBPETPLIG4BfzNxuxkbA


 :scarf: :scarf:  :comeon: :comeon: :comeon: :scarf: :scarf:

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General Discussion / Boston Manager's Interview
« on: January 02, 2020, 04:49:59 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4UnqXxeADE

Boston United Post Match report:

BOSTON UNITED 0-3 KING'S LYNN TOWN
BY CRAIG SINGLETON

Boston United opened 2020 with a 3-0 home defeat at the hands of National League North leaders King's Lynn Town.
The Pilgrims endured a resounding reversal against the table-topping Linnets to suffer their first home league defeat of the season.

Goals from ex-Pilgrims Adam Marriott and Jordan Richards put Lynn in control at half-time and Michael Gash completed the scoring 10 minutes from time.

Jake Wright, Dominic Knowles and Dayle Southwell were unleashed in a three-pronged United attack and Wright was hacked down early on by Ross Barrows, which earned the Lynn defender a fourth minute yellow card.

Brad Abbott sailed the resulting 25-yard free-kick narrowly wide.

The visitors took a 28th minute lead when MARRIOTT was adjudged to be onside when racing through and held off Ben Middleton to beat Peter Crook from 18 yards.

Crook soon stuck out his chest to beat away Chris Henderson’s firm drive following an assist from Marriott.

Barrows almost sliced a Martyn Woolford cross into his own net towards the end of the first half but Lynn were soon two goals to the good when Gash and Marriott teed up RICHARDS to fire home low to Crook’s right from 20 yards.

United attempted to up the ante after the break and visiting keeper Alex Street did well to thwart a marauding Wright.

Knowles then teed up substitute Jay Rollins, who netted with aplomb, but was promptly flagged offside.

United’s best chance went begging when substitute Jordan Thewlis crashed an effort high over the bar from 12 yards with the goal at his mercy.

Crook denied GASH at his near post but was powerless to stop the same player sealing Lynn’s victory with a simple close-range finish after Marriott had intercepted the United keeper’s poor goal-kick.

Boston (4-3-3): Peter Crook; Ben Middleton, Luke Shiels, Simon Ainge, Alex Whittle; Brad Abbott, Tom Platt, Martyn Woolford (Jordan Thewlis 67); Jake Wright, Dominic Knowles, Dayle Southwell (Jay Rollins 60). Subs (not used): Ashley Jackson, Jonathan Wafula, George Willis (gk).

King’s Lynn (4-1-2-1-2): Alex Street; Aaron Jones, Ross Barrows, Rory McAuley, Nathan Fox; Ryan Jarvis; Jordan Richards, Sam Kelly (Sonny Carey 19); Chris Henderson; Michael Gash, Adam Marriott. Subs (not used): Harry Limb, Tom Ward, Ryan Hawkins, Alfie Payne.

Referee: Scott Simpson.

Attendance: 2,360 (458 visitors).


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