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Re: Wealdstone
« Reply #30 on: September 26, 2021, 07:51:03 PM »
Thatís back to the UCL days under Busterís ownership at step 5. That 700 would include season ticket holders as well

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« Reply #31 on: September 26, 2021, 08:17:09 PM »
Thatís back to the UCL days under Busterís ownership at step 5.

I'm not paying £7 to watch UCL football.  :laughcry:
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« Reply #32 on: September 26, 2021, 08:26:51 PM »
Thatís back to the UCL days under Busterís ownership at step 5.

I'm not paying £7 to watch UCL football.  :laughcry:


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« Reply #33 on: September 26, 2021, 10:41:57 PM »
Fans could relate with the Jarvís, Gashís etc it all felt right.   Now we are at step one then players came in from here there and everywhere.  No link up or connection with the fans.   Maybe we need to give the transition a bit longer to see if there will be a bond.

These are exactly the thoughts I'm thinking.

I'm not saying the current crop are a bunch of mercenaries, but there doesn't seem to be many who will "fight for the shirt"

Aaron Jones, when he came on yesterday acknowledged the crowd immediately and played with passion - and I didn't see that from any of the others.

I'm not saying the players play to lose, but I do question the effort to win??

As Mallard says, we loved players like Gash, Jarvis, McCauley, Fryatt, Hendo, Street - even Lee Stevenson & Dan Quigley because we felt they loved playing for the club and would always give their all.
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The current crop may gel, but they have to understand they are in for a scrap this season.

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« Reply #34 on: September 26, 2021, 11:04:34 PM »
Fans could relate with the Jarvís, Gashís etc it all felt right.   Now we are at step one then players came in from here there and everywhere.  No link up or connection with the fans.   Maybe we need to give the transition a bit longer to see if there will be a bond.

These are exactly the thoughts I'm thinking.

I'm not saying the current crop are a bunch of mercenaries, but there doesn't seem to be many who will "fight for the shirt"

Aaron Jones, when he came on yesterday acknowledged the crowd immediately and played with passion - and I didn't see that from any of the others.

I'm not saying the players play to lose, but I do question the effort to win??

As Mallard says, we loved players like Gash, Jarvis, McCauley, Fryatt, Hendo, Street - even Lee Stevenson & Dan Quigley because we felt they loved playing for the club and would always give their all.
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The current crop may gel, but they have to understand they are in for a scrap this season.

I hope they have the desire for it

Always nice to have a beer with Mr Quigley,that guy managed to turn extreme hate into admiration. :cheers:
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« Reply #35 on: September 27, 2021, 10:40:08 AM »
Fans could relate with the Jarvís, Gashís etc it all felt right.   Now we are at step one then players came in from here there and everywhere.  No link up or connection with the fans.   Maybe we need to give the transition a bit longer to see if there will be a bond.

These are exactly the thoughts I'm thinking.

I'm not saying the current crop are a bunch of mercenaries, but there doesn't seem to be many who will "fight for the shirt"

Aaron Jones, when he came on yesterday acknowledged the crowd immediately and played with passion - and I didn't see that from any of the others.

I'm not saying the players play to lose, but I do question the effort to win??

As Mallard says, we loved players like Gash, Jarvis, McCauley, Fryatt, Hendo, Street - even Lee Stevenson & Dan Quigley because we felt they loved playing for the club and would always give their all.
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The current crop may gel, but they have to understand they are in for a scrap this season.

I hope they have the desire for it

Always nice to have a beer with Mr Quigley,that guy managed to turn extreme hate into admiration. :cheers:

Where is he now??


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Re: Wealdstone
« Reply #36 on: September 27, 2021, 01:40:39 PM »
At work I should imagine!!!

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Re: Wealdstone
« Reply #37 on: September 27, 2021, 07:43:19 PM »
AFC Leamington i believe.
Now 31 years old.

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« Reply #38 on: September 27, 2021, 07:49:49 PM »
AFC Leamington i believe.
Now 31 years old.

That was also the most up to date information I could find as well.
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