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Will afc



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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   28.10.13 23:54

No worries mike, any time,

Qua ration maybe one of you guys could answer , now we got this link with Mk dons have we approached them about seeing if they would loan us a striker . Surely they might have an up and coming acedamey or reserve striker who wants some game time ,just a thought as would save us money Aswell
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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   29.10.13 1:15

I think there are conversations going on however they have quite a small squad as it is. The link up was always more about promoting FC when MK are away from home because they have the smallest away following in the League so there is an audience of around 800 season ticket holders all living in HP post code who every other week "MIGHT" want to come and watch some football.
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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   29.10.13 1:18

All of those 800 season ticket holders will be mailed to all about FC, matches upcoming when MK are away etc..... all good stuff
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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   29.10.13 1:52

That's good even if we get 10 percent of them come it would be better than nothing
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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   29.10.13 2:08

Or even 1%!!!!!! affraid 
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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   29.10.13 3:52

1% need to aim high mr f
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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   29.10.13 5:37

mikefarquharson wrote:
A Big thank you to Will and Nick Mayor for spending time in the town with April and David promoting the club and it was good to see a few NEW faces at the game Saturday and despite the result I think it was, bar the striker issue, an excellent performance and game and hopefully we will see the new faces back
As will says no problem mike..must admit the town was hard maybe we should try again on bedgrove or fairford leys where you can go straight to the teams instead of passing on to their clubs and nothing happens.
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PostSubject: Re: Royston at home - league   30.10.13 2:31

Roystonjez wrote:
Craig Hammond is a top quality poacher and that is what he did to excellent effect today.
was talking to a pal of mine who is a regular at Histon and he told me Hammond was (allegedly!) notorious for missing training and for being lazy in games.He didn't enjoy a good reputation there. My pal has since spoken to Royston fans who apparantly say the same thing.

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