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General Discussion / Boston United on Boxing Day
« on: December 24, 2019, 09:13:11 AM »
Looking forward to a "Footy-Fix" on Boxing Day.

Hopefully the team have enough in the tank to get a result but, at this point with injuries and a depleted squad, I would accept a Draw.

My prediction is a 2 - 1 Win with 1250 Attendance.

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

General Discussion / Re: Gloucester
« on: December 20, 2019, 07:29:19 PM »
Sat inspection 8.30am to decide if game can go ahead

In some ways I hope Lady Luck is smiling on us and a Postponement happens - gives us more time for the lads to get fit.

News of former Linnets / Jordan Yong and Casey have a Bundle of Joy
« on: December 20, 2019, 10:28:48 AM »
Jordan Yong and Casey have announced that Ralph entered the World today. Huge congratulations to them Down Under in New Zealand.

General Discussion / Re: Bad news for the Linnets.
« on: December 19, 2019, 09:48:26 PM »
Aaron Jones showed a bit of potential in Michael Clunan's role pre-season last season.

General Discussion / Re: Grand Christmas Draw 2019
« on: December 18, 2019, 04:46:21 PM »
Just "Donated" £10.00 for Christmas Draw via Donate Button but nothing there to say that my "Donation" was for Draw Tickets.  :dontknow: :dontknow:

General Discussion / Ebbsfleet v King's Lynn Town - FA Trophy
« on: December 17, 2019, 03:12:46 PM »
Read today that Ebbsfleet have a player on loan from AFC Bournemouth, Tyler Cordner who apparently made an impact as Ebbsfleet progressed to the FA Trophy second round after a 2-0 win away at Enfield.

From Ebbs website Tyler Cordner (21) An assured loan signing from AFC Bournemouth on a six-month deal, the 21-year-old was awarded his first professional contract by the Premier League club in 2017 and turned in a string of impressive performances on loan with Havant & Waterlooville last season. Formerly with Portsmouth before going on to play for Bournemouthís U21s, the highly rated Southampton-born central defenderís maturity belies his age. He had a number of EFL clubs scouting him and having been on the Fleetís radar all summer, he joined his former Cherries colleague Jordan Holmes at the Fleet in late August 2019.

Also other players have had League football experience; No9 Gozie Ugwu (Chesterfield, Yeovil, Plymouth and Shrewsbury) and 8goals this season - No11 Myles Weston (Wycombe, Brentford, Notts C and Gillingham 7goals - No12 Josh Umerah (Charlton, Kilmarnock and Wycombe) 4goals and another Central Defender No5 Ayo Obileye (Dag & Red, Sheffield Wed and Charlton) 3goals.

Obviously a league higher than Lynn and should be more experienced. But the are beatable as they are not having the best season.

General Discussion / Re: King's Lynn v Dover Athletic Highlights
« on: December 16, 2019, 11:03:42 AM »
Just watched the Highlights and what a performance - wish I could have been there instead of in Devon (but family comes first).

The lads were certainly not over-awed. I take it that Michael Gash's "goal" was offside? Sam Kelly showed composure in taking his goal. Aaron Jones' Free Kick looked as if there was a slight deflection off the wall and the defender held his hands to his head as if it was his fault - well struck and goalie was relying on his wall too much.

However, their goalie made several great saves from Rory and Adam. Was Pedro fouled for their 2nd goal?

Adam Marriott might have had 4goals on a normal day at the office for him. I'm sure IC had penalty practice on the agenda during training and it certainly paid off.

General Discussion / King's Lynn v Dover Athletic Highlights
« on: December 16, 2019, 10:23:27 AM »
Thanks again to Bevan Asher (nicked from Facebook) -

General Discussion / Re: The Pitch
« on: December 09, 2019, 10:22:50 AM »
Maybe the "moaners" should do a bit of fund-raising towards a ROOF.  :laughcry: :laughcry: :laughcry:

General Discussion / Re: Looking good.
« on: December 08, 2019, 09:29:17 AM »
Chris Henderson hassles and hustles and is a breaker up of play who then storms off with the ball and turns defence into attack. Well placed to toe-poke home the loose ball for a poacher's goal - 1 - 0. Hendo found himself in the box on a run but thought the goalie was covering too wel on a tight angle a made very unselfish pass to Michael Gash to score a long awaited goal - 2 - 0. Nathan Fox was my MoM as he kept tabs on No10 and in the thick of all the action. Jordan Richards was a bit quiet by his usual standards but still effective, more as a play maker than defensive. Agree that Gash and Adam Marriott (Player of the Month) were in offside positions waiting for the ball far too often in the first half and Ian Culverhouse (Manager of the Month) must have talked about it at HT.

Rory McAuley, Ross Barrows and Sonny Carey, Nathan Fox and Aaron Jones held the defence fairly well but ball passing between them in the first half led to too many interceptions due to under-hit balls, sticky ground at the Seven Sisters end and Blyth pressing the defence high up the pitch - we were lucky to get away without conceding at least twice. Blyth were pretty ineffective first half but were a changed team after HT. Much better in attack as they chased a 2 - 0 lead. 

The introduction of Ryan Hawkins brought pace and spark up front and he had several attempts on goal, one of which fell kindly to Adam Marriott who slotted home - 3 - 0. Alfie Payne also came on for Michael Clunan late in 2nd half (resting or tactical?).

Good result and improved GD and with York held 0 - 0 at Kettering and Chester losing it was a "Good Day at the Office".

Still worrying that Ryan Fryatt is still not fit, Tom Ward with 2weeks off with a concussion issue, Sam Kelly with a slight groin strain. Chris Smith still not fit with arm injury. Nathan Stewart still at Leiston on loan for a month from 15 November  and Harry Limb at Boston Town(?).

General Discussion / Re: View from the Chair
« on: December 05, 2019, 11:09:25 AM »
Itís same night we go to Ballroom dancing lessons

Is that as the Instructor, Judge or making the tea and sarnie's Malcolm (Len "it's a 7") Hill.  :dontknow:  :cup2:  :laughcry: :laughcry: :laughcry:

General Discussion / King's Lynn v Blyth Spartans on Saturday 7th December
« on: December 04, 2019, 09:39:51 AM »
Lynn are flying high but must swoop low down against Blyth who are flapping away just above the bottom of the table.

We all know that such matches often have a twist in the tail as feathers fly and how the mighty can fall and be brought to the ground.

Looking forward to a battle royal and Lynn improving their Goal Difference with a win and a clean sheet. 3 - 0 and 1000+.

General Discussion / Re: GATESHEAD.
« on: December 01, 2019, 09:21:17 AM »
Gateshead's solid defence and some dubious decisions by the Refereee really broke up sequences of play. I have never seen so many "drop-ball" situations in a game.

Lino's were obviously there to follow the ref's throw-in indications and flag as many off-sides as possible whilst being blind to any shenanigans going on, especially the manhandling of Gash and anyone else in a tight spot with the ball - only seen so many "holds" and "throws" in a wrestling ring  :laughcry:

Gateshead's No9 was a handful all afternoon. Hard tackling and going for the ball was the order of the day by both sides - it certainly was a man's game and not for  "boys".

Pedro was again at his best, saving Lynn several times from point blank range. Jordan Richards had a good game and doesn't pull back from anything - he was hacked down near the sideline and his "attacker" was lucky to see  :yellow card: rather than a straight  :red card:. Chris Henderson had his usual hard running, tackle anything and attacking play and was again subbed - some comment that it's always Hendo that gives way for fresh legs, I wonder he has any legs left after 60-70mins  :worship:.

Very impressed with Ross Barrows who has really settled into his role alongside Tom Ward and Rory McAuley. Nathan Fox was in the thick of it making some timely tackles but less effective up the wing than normal. We played one of our "narrow" games rather than wide wing play.

It took a cool finish by Adam Marriott to settle things and both teams "had it in the net" but both ruled out by a pretty awful Referee whose whistle was the centre-piece of the afternoon.

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