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Will afc



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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 3:17

Time will tell if it's the correct move
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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 4:10

Don't mind where Ducks play but would want them to stay in Midland Division. I have really enjoyed the El Quackicos, every one has been a cracking closely fought game. Want these to continue (guarenteed 6 points a season)

Saying that we may not even be in the division next season
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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 4:21

If I was a united fan I would be ok about the move as it's nearer to get to plus the facilities are decent..away matches would be a non starter. .guess getting players in would be a task as well..Think its a 50/50 for their fans.
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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 4:27

Depends where you live being a united fan,
Playing in the south west league financially would be a killer for them
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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 5:09

I'm sure they must have got some assurances of being able to play in the central division from the league.   If they were to go in the S&W they could well go under or get relegated
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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 6:43

I would imagine that the no smoking policy at Thame will ruffle a few feathers.
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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 7:12

lol
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PostSubject: Re: Nomadic club on the move    28.03.15 10:19

Wow just read their statement. If they really don't know what league they're going to be in, they are  pushing their luck. (I think a few brown envelopes might help) I can see why they've done it, two seasons without any ground rent to pay sounds great.   
I know people won't believe me but I really don't want them to go under, who would we take the p*&s out of then ?  Nice to see 21c smucks were right in the forefront of the talks, they've got some clout eh ! Laughing
FAO the smucks, the word gullible is not in the dictionary Wink
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