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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby Ally » Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:46 pm

Proper Not Happy wrote:Don't know why Sellers was dropped he's the best left back we have at the club. BW seems to have his fall guys and it seems Sellers is the big one. Can't hide from the fact we aren't all that good still and struggled to beat 10 men. Good crowd even if they did have a few idiots about.

Sellars is injured. Keep up to date!
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby worruz » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:00 pm

Proper Not Happy wrote:Don't know why Sellers was dropped he's the best left back we have at the club. BW seems to have his fall guys and it seems Sellers is the big one. Can't hide from the fact we aren't all that good still and struggled to beat 10 men. Good crowd even if they did have a few idiots about.

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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby worruz » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:02 pm

Elmslie Ender wrote:Team selection was spot on today. Cox as holding midfielder with two footballers next to him meant that we kept the ball a lot better. Okimo superb at left back. Hereford started very well but once the sending off happened, which was 100% correct as was clearly a pull on his shirt, we dominated the first half. Sat back second half, but North didn't have to make a proper save all afternoon, though his handling was immaculate.

Okimio, Wellard or North could easily have been MoM, which went to Eddie.

Crowd given as 909 but talk in the bar that it would be upgraded to over 1,000, with around 300 Hereford fans in attendance. Hereford are used to bullying opposition clubs, but we weren't (their board boycotted our board room as their fans weren't allowed into our bar) , though our stewards were racially abused as was Olomowewe. Philistines but what else do you expect from Yokels?

Spennymoor or Workington away next round please.

PS: had we been in the the stand formerly known as the Bulla, it would have been rocking second half.

About 70% of the Middlesex CC first team in attendance and Steve Finn's snapchats today were about the scenes at the end :D

Well done to the organisers and match day stewards.

Dealt with build up to game successfully and stewards dealt with problems on the day very well.
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby attic » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:06 pm

Some absolute wankers on their forum. Claiming the FA Trophy to be tinpot. They are non league but they don't know they are.
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby Elmslie Ender » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:08 pm

worruz wrote:
Elmslie Ender wrote:Team selection was spot on today. Cox as holding midfielder with two footballers next to him meant that we kept the ball a lot better. Okimo superb at left back. Hereford started very well but once the sending off happened, which was 100% correct as was clearly a pull on his shirt, we dominated the first half. Sat back second half, but North didn't have to make a proper save all afternoon, though his handling was immaculate.

Okimio, Wellard or North could easily have been MoM, which went to Eddie.

Crowd given as 909 but talk in the bar that it would be upgraded to over 1,000, with around 300 Hereford fans in attendance. Hereford are used to bullying opposition clubs, but we weren't (their board boycotted our board room as their fans weren't allowed into our bar) , though our stewards were racially abused as was Olomowewe. Philistines but what else do you expect from Yokels?

Spennymoor or Workington away next round please.

PS: had we been in the the stand formerly known as the Bulla, it would have been rocking second half.

About 70% of the Middlesex CC first team in attendance and Steve Finn's snapchats today were about the scenes at the end :D

Well done to the organisers and match day stewards.

Dealt with build up to game successfully and stewards dealt with problems on the day very well.


Especially the stewards having to deal with racism as well.
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby The Guvnor » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:09 pm

Perhaps they should concentrate on making sure their club doesn't die, again.
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby attic » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:15 pm

Proper Not Happy wrote:Don't know why Sellers was dropped he's the best left back we have at the club. BW seems to have his fall guys and it seems Sellers is the big one. Can't hide from the fact we aren't all that good still and struggled to beat 10 men. Good crowd even if they did have a few idiots about.


Oh dear it's spazza time.

BTW I started Okimo was comfortably our best left back a week or so ago and I think today he proved it.
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby worruz » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:37 pm

attic wrote:
Proper Not Happy wrote:Don't know why Sellers was dropped he's the best left back we have at the club. BW seems to have his fall guys and it seems Sellers is the big one. Can't hide from the fact we aren't all that good still and struggled to beat 10 men. Good crowd even if they did have a few idiots about.


Oh dear it's spazza time.

BTW I started Okimo was comfortably our best left back a week or so ago and I think today he proved it.

Omino is the best LB at the club in my opinion.

I like Sellars but h could struggle to get in the team. Where would he play? Left Midfield instead of Eisa or Which? Not on today’s showing even though Eisa was a bit quiet he still threatened.
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby worruz » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:39 pm

Elmslie Ender wrote:
worruz wrote:
Elmslie Ender wrote:Team selection was spot on today. Cox as holding midfielder with two footballers next to him meant that we kept the ball a lot better. Okimo superb at left back. Hereford started very well but once the sending off happened, which was 100% correct as was clearly a pull on his shirt, we dominated the first half. Sat back second half, but North didn't have to make a proper save all afternoon, though his handling was immaculate.

Okimio, Wellard or North could easily have been MoM, which went to Eddie.

Crowd given as 909 but talk in the bar that it would be upgraded to over 1,000, with around 300 Hereford fans in attendance. Hereford are used to bullying opposition clubs, but we weren't (their board boycotted our board room as their fans weren't allowed into our bar) , though our stewards were racially abused as was Olomowewe. Philistines but what else do you expect from Yokels?

Spennymoor or Workington away next round please.

PS: had we been in the the stand formerly known as the Bulla, it would have been rocking second half.

About 70% of the Middlesex CC first team in attendance and Steve Finn's snapchats today were about the scenes at the end :D

Well done to the organisers and match day stewards.

Dealt with build up to game successfully and stewards dealt with problems on the day very well.


Especially the stewards having to deal with racism as well.


Yes very unfortunate.

Justifies the decision to segregate. Imagine if there was none and some trouble makers decided to come round our end and racially abuse our players.

You know what would have happened then
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Re: Stones 1-0 Hereford

Postby John Young » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:17 pm

What a difference, play players in their correct position and suddenly we tick again. Excellent team performance. If only Wellard would produce that type of performance 4/5 weeks rather than 1/5. He has great ability and totally bossed the game today. As for next match only change would be Pratt for Fitchett. Fitchett worked really hard but had to score 1-1 with keeper. Good home draw next round quite fancy Leyton Orient be good crowd again. Agree with comments did look more like 1100-1200 crowd.
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