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General Discussion / Re: Well, who saw that coming.
« on: February 01, 2020, 06:43:13 PM »
A lacklustre performance and I'm sure the players are feeling jaded as well. Only Michael Gash played anywhere near their usual standard. Adam Marriott was very quiet but he did not get the service needed. Chris Henderson was closed down quickly and nothing went right for him or the team in the first half.

Not surprised that IC subbed Hendo but Nathan Fox was not that bad to warrant being swopped. However, the introduction of Ryan Hawkins and putting Steven Power out on the wings gave better service into the box. The packed defence and good goalkeeping denied us any clear chances. Kidderminster relied on the tried and tested attack on the break and it worked in the first half and might have been more dangerous in the 2nd.

Very disappointing but we must learn from it.

General Discussion / Re: Squad
« on: February 01, 2020, 01:21:48 PM »
Yes, a chance to get some Game time into the likes of:

Carey, Power, Southwell, Kelly and Payne.

General Discussion / Re: Ross Barrows Extends Contract to Summer 2022
« on: January 31, 2020, 05:49:09 PM »
Great news.

I would like to see Jordan Richards, Chris Henderson and Adam Marriott commit.

General Discussion / Re: Ryan Fryatt
« on: January 31, 2020, 01:19:29 PM »
WLM, I feel you made a fair point.
Clubs generally are quite poor in providing updates on injuries. It would be nice to get updates on them more often eg how is Micheal Clunan getting on....and certainly if there is to be a collection, then sufficient detail needs to be "out there"

Thanks KES80.

General Discussion / Re: Ryan Fryatt
« on: January 31, 2020, 11:30:33 AM »
I feel I have opened a can of worms by my initial reply.

However, what are the facts/factors behind the decision that Ryan Fryatt's circumstances are deserving of financial support by means of a bucket collection?

Already mentioned has been Michael Clunan and there have been and are other players who have been/are "out of action" for some time. Are their circumstances different?

Whoever started this Bucket Collection needs to justify rather than just start it up. A little forethought would have negated all this speculation, argument and counter-argument.

Prior - Planning -and - Preparation - Prevents - Poor - Performance  :oldman"

General Discussion / Re: Ryan Fryatt
« on: January 30, 2020, 04:21:39 PM »
Ryan has paid for the operation on his knee to repair cartilage damage  himself, which wasn't cheap I hasten to add,  and has also had to have time off from his full time job for the operation  and other appointments. Following almost nine years service to the football club we felt a collection to assist Ryan would be looked upon favourably .....

There, that wasn't hard was it?

Ryan has been a good servant to the Club and it is at times like this that help can be asked for and given - If we know why.

I keep telling my manager "Don't tell me to do something - Give me a reason why as well and I am more likely to do the job without moaning and telling you to FO".

It is not "Jump" and expect me just to jump without knowing why.

General Discussion / Re: Ryan Fryatt
« on: January 30, 2020, 01:48:35 PM »
Firstly, may I say I am not a kill-joy or stingy - I have donated to 4 Pitch Squares, put 20 in the Pitch Covers and regularly buy 2 50/50 tickets and have a Season Ticket.

There seems to be a distinct lack of information about players and their injuries. Yes, we know Ryan Fryatt has been out injured for some time but hardly a mention of what happened, what the actual problem is, what treatment or operation and how he is progressing. Also what hardships he is suffering due to his injury.

Yet a bucket is to be passed around to collect donations. For what reason  :dontknow:

If we were to be given much more information and some background factors there might be more sympathy and generosity.

If someone came up to you in town and put a bucket under your nose you would want to know what its all about - I doubt you would just throw money into the pot without a reason.

General Discussion / Re: KIDDERMINSTER.
« on: January 26, 2020, 10:36:49 PM »
According to the One Network website
Road closure

1 Feb 00:05 - 3 Feb 02:00

Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd
Information for Road Users
Cause:    Streetworks
Closure in force:    All the time
Name:    WTRO 1702 Tennyson Road Kings Lynn
Description:    Road closure over two weekends for railway improvement works - heavy machinery required in the carriageway.

Emergency access will be maintained at all times.
Traffic Order Documents
File:    WTRO 1702 Tennyson Road Kings Lynn.pdf
Highway authority:    Norfolk County Council
Data source:    Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd

Putting that into English:

Road Closed 00:05 Saturday Morning until 02:00 on Monday Morning if you use a 24hour clock - or if you use a 12hour clock: 1205 AM Saturday Morning until 2AM Monday Morning.

Simples  :salute:

General Discussion / Re: Alfreton
« on: January 26, 2020, 04:32:54 PM »
On the BBC News that he has died of head injuries after assault.

Thoughts go to his family and Matlock and Alfreton FC's.

General Discussion / Re: The week ahead
« on: January 26, 2020, 09:37:26 AM »
Players, Officials and Fans - take your passport if you go the Chester FC as:

"The stadium is located in the Sealand Road Industrial Estate and straddles the England-Wales border.

The pitch and three stands are in Wales (Flintshire) with the east stand in England."

 :laughcry: :laughcry: :laughcry:

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

General Discussion / Re: 2 in, 2 out
« on: January 23, 2020, 03:05:27 PM »
With so much talent in the squad and two added Harry and Natty just could not hope to get game time or even on the bench.

Wishing both good luck for the future wherever they go.  :comeon: :comeon: :comeon:

General Discussion / Re: King's Lynn v York City - Sat 18 Jan 2020
« on: January 19, 2020, 10:23:40 AM »
Just have a feeling that the new lad, if selected, will score today.The gate i predict will be 3200+.

Nearly did score with a "Power" shot that was spilled and Marriott pounced for the winner.

Crowd 4019.

General Discussion / Re: GOAL!!!
« on: January 19, 2020, 10:22:16 AM »
I note that their No7 Moke was dithering about as Ross Barrows brought the ball forward. If he had made some attempt at tackling we might not have scored. He was the one booked later for kicking the ball away and given a hard time by his Captain for his attitude.

General Discussion / Re: Segregation
« on: January 19, 2020, 10:18:46 AM »
Fences down side too low and too close. Put one behind flagpole and the other behind floodlight column. Only a couple of security staff would be needed then.

Exactly my comments on the Live Feed yesterday. The gap was only about 10ft (3metres for you younger metric measurers). There must have been 1-15 Stewards in between the two blocks of fans. However, there seemed to only be chanting and a few insults - no surges towards each other and no thrown missiles  :dontknow:

Good to see a Burger Van supplied for York fans. There were a smattering of Yorkie's in the Main Stand and banter was good.

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