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PostSubject: Home v Rugby    20.12.14 4:32

Let's hope it's on to start with Suspect , a real opportunity to strengthen our play off bid, win and we are nine points clear of Rugby, lose and we are only three, I think we are coming back into form so I think we will win 5-2. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    20.12.14 5:36

DB wrote:
Let's hope it's on to start with Suspect , a real opportunity to strengthen our play off bid, win and we are nine points clear of Rugby, lose and we are only three, I think we are coming back into form so I think we will win 5-2. cheers
sure Steve will get the guys fired up..don't forget we are on quite a roll..
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 5:54

Didn't quite get my 5-2, but that's really down to poor finishing Laughing
Good win, I'm pleased with that. 7/10 cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 6:48

Amazing result, am interested to read and discuss how the game played out, but 2-0 against a team like rugby is just amazing. We're catching Bedworth and really cementing our position with an ever increasing goal difference. Dare I say we deserve the position we are in.

Well done Mr Bateman, well done the team, so proud! Come on you Moles!

Also, what a great attendance today, I don't remember rugby travelling like K*ttering do, so I'm assuming that there was a big home crowd today, really good news if it's the case.
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 7:21

Hard man to please DB.Thought it was even easy doors but looked like Goss was having a lot of freedom down the left and that certainly looked like that was where the goal would come from.It was when Watkins was found in space.Rugby no 9 had a good chance as well but james did well to push onto bar and then Ben closed down the rebound.Rugby then had a chance when pen was awarded but james saved that as well..That was it really for rugby then wadkins scored his 2nd and then we was in full control.Didn't think we missed too many chances DB.
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 8:02

Great attendance Scott thanks in part to Will and the dynamos and thanks To Will also for the £300 profit from the tea bar and the hand outs lol
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 11:07

My first game down - Play in the ADL so that usually has my focus on a Saturday!

Must say I was very impressed with the performance. Never a penalty, but what a great save!
I will be getting to as many games as I can this season, home or away.

Doughnut moment of the day was getting my car stuck in the mud  scratch  - Will remember to park on the road next time!
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 11:22

Give me three points and I'm easily pleased, I have high expectations of our squad and didn't think Rugby were all that, I thought Bedford gave us a tougher game.  
Well done to Will and that bloke from the Dynamos for filling in for T&T you did a good job. I had some of them highly rated chips today and to be truthful I think they could win an award, someone should look into that. cheers
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Welcome on board LR, glad you enjoyed it, we helped push a Merc out and the wife got sprayed in mud lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 18:21

Have been stuck in that mud before..not the best option.Best to park at tesco express and walk up.
Well done will and his brother in tea bar..heard they was busy.
Good to see imp wants to come back..Please spread the word..exciting times down at haywood way now.
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    21.12.14 23:39

different person I think coach,similar names Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 1:18

That's great we can welcome a new fan on the forum Smile

Such a great win yesterday well deserved , the lads are doing so well at present and Steve batemen really getting the squad fired up for match ,

Thanks for the messages about T bar but can honestly say won't be doing it again lol but good the club made great money from it
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 3:10

mrfish wrote:
different person I think coach,similar names Shocked
yes see that after I posted.
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 3:41

Well done Will and mate .Always good to have someone as a stand-by Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 4:17

Not on stand by mr fish , not a chance be doing it again on match day
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 6:33

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Not on stand by mr fish , not a chance be doing it again on match day
I think we should start a petition to keep will on t bar standby..done a tremendous job..
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 6:37

You can do ONE , will never be doing a first team match again , not a chance , like I said great club made great money from it but that's it for me
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 18:27

Looking at employing a couple of ladies next year to do match days but once again thanks Will you did a tremendous job!!
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PostSubject: Re: Home v Rugby    22.12.14 23:17

mikefarquharson wrote:
Looking at employing a couple of ladies next year to do match days but once again thanks Will you did a tremendous job!!
did say to will that we should employ people for t bar when we do pay bar staff..
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