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PostSubject: Giving Marlow the blues   10.03.17 7:24

After last weeks thrashing by top of the league we now get an easy one, Marlow are only third from top Rolling Eyes
When we played them away I thought they were poor(they still beat us though) a bit agricultural and a bit nasty, they had a big lump up top who played Ben into a red card, I hope we don't get suckered into that again. They must be third for a reason, but I've no idea what it is  scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   11.03.17 1:38

I remember the big old centre foreword, he got away with murder that day with his obvious dirty tricks, which the inept ref could not work out what he was at, O P.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   11.03.17 8:46

Tough ask I know Davis will have thoughts on more winnable games but if we can get a point or even sneak a win then it would be great
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   11.03.17 9:18

Well,,,the pitch is looking fab-u-lous, so no excuses there Smile

DB and myself are well happy that, with 4 games to go, we've still got grass on it.

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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   11.03.17 9:56

Well done you guys fabulous work,come on you Moles !!!
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 4:42

Well your assessment was bang on DB. No idea how they are 3rd!
That said, what a display from our boys. Joe at RB simply fantastic, Ben lead from the back and chuffed that young Ty got the goal. Good to see genuine Aylesbury born and bred talent coming through.
Everyone else losing around us makes that win even more important.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 4:59

Marlow certainly didn't look like a top 3 side..only side in top 10 not to get at least a point today..
They look a hard team to beat today..decent midfield and defence but very little upfront..

Great 3 points in the end..one more win and we should be safe.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 5:19

How there weren't more sendings off. That number 10 must have been invisible to the ref. Like Marlow as a club but that team are a bad advert for non-league.

Joe Fitzgerald, Ben Stevens, Ty and Davis all played very well but my Man of the Match was JJ
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 7:04

Jools wrote:
Like Marlow as a club but that team are a bad advert for non-league.

Spot on Jools, and that all stems from the manager...
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 8:04

Think it could well be a club thing..one of their teams who my son has played against are a nasty bunch..They have a nasty manager and then goes right through the team to the parents.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 9:10

A roughhouse "competitive" team, I know that's not everyones cup of tea but this is a mens team on a limited budget, horses for courses, still 3rd tonight tremendous stuff from Bartley, he's destined for bigger things, I wish them the best of luck.
We were decent enough, felt we got drawn into hitting longer balls and aerial challenges but overall were the better team. Ben was my MoM he seemed to love it today.
We are a top half team that just happens to be third from bottom cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 9:16

Early on they looked the better side but we weathered the storm and looked the better side in 2nd half I thought..not sure what was the abuse at the ref all.about from marlow at the end..I thought he was fair and any decisions he made had no bearing on the result.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 9:44

".not sure what was the abuse at the ref all.about from marlow at the end..I thought he was fair and any decisions he made had no bearing on the result."
Even I was a bit shocked by that too, the ones I saw looked like board members !
One of their coaches told me he was embarrassed to be beat by us, which I found a bit odd, maybe they don't follow what's going on in this league, saw we'd been spanked by the crows and thought they had a walk over ....Embarassed   Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 10:13

Few mouthing off in stand prior to our goal. Were quiet afterwards. I'm not sure what they had to complain about. Thought ref had a difficult afternoon but did very well
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   12.03.17 12:43

Apart from last week's result we have shown fairly decent form recently and are no push overs..why be embarrassed about losing..Have Marlow gone all arrogant as they are in 3rd position.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   13.03.17 0:40

The ref did have a difficult game, but I didn't think he was very good, he even moved Brian from where he was watching because of his red shirt!
We are off to Petersfield next week, if they win and end up doubling us I'm sure there will be a few of us feeling a little embarrassed too.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   13.03.17 1:39

DB wrote:
The ref did have a difficult game, but I didn't think he was very good, he even moved Brian from where he was watching because of his red shirt!
We are off to Petersfield next week, if they win and end up doubling us I'm sure there will be a few of us feeling a little embarrassed too.
We did wonder why he moved Brian..Guess he in eyesight of the lino..if he could see that far!
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   14.03.17 6:06

Having read the Marlow fc match report ,it seems they should have spanked us like Royston did. Funny how different eyes see the game. It also states that the pitch was to blame by being bumpy and slow not allowing them to play their usual style football. This now makes DB and his crew our secret weapon (if this is the case, we are all doomed).
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   14.03.17 8:22

How did this geaser who penned this report know what the pitch was like,was he on the pitch at any time,or is he just a bad loser looking for excuses like blaming the official's.Glad we stood up to the bully boys and well done lads and our ground team who gave them a flat surface, O P.
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PostSubject: Re: Giving Marlow the blues   14.03.17 13:49

Hahaha, love it, it's ok Baz it's quite truthful but other teams have played on it in a lot worse condition than that! Saturday it was quite soft especially the away dug out 1/4 of the pitch, there was at least half a dozen very noticeable dodgy bounces that I'm sure everyone saw, I'd like to think it will be better next year Smile        
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