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  1. Tranmere today

    Dreadful, dreadful performance, total lacklustre. Even motor mouth Heath was quiet which is highly unusual, both him and Carroll didn't seemed to be up for normal harranging of the fourth official, maybe they too knew we haven't any strength in depth and were of no threat. Tranmere were nothing to write home about either. Don't know why travel sick Liam King got the nod ahead of giving Hibbs a stint? Poor crowd from the home team, £12,000 lost for Mr B by not being in the next round.
  2. Civic Pride

    Millets are moving across the road to the former Dolands opticians. Did you know that where Millets currently are, it is the oldest brick building in Halifax, despite the render!
  3. Town fans in London!

    Look out if going to The Orient.  https://youtu.be/1YxLiLFjYKc
  4. Michael Duckworth

    Flea is being a little negative about the Courier don't you think? There are some cracking stories featured each week/month from the nostalgia column, The Dickies Tiles weekly pull out section, the best pets in Calderdale feature, the curry house of the year, the pub of the year, the fish and chip shop of the year, the smartest school starters of the year, the florists of the year pullout.  . . . and not forgetting it as the home to Brian Coates the HxTFC fans friend,  haven't seen his byline over the last couple of years, so only can assume he is now working elsewhere topping up his tan on reporting on bigger and better things, either at the London Standard for Chelsea or somewhere along the lines of the New York Times or Washinton Post. Good luck to the Bard of Calderdale, who heard and understood the heartbeat of HxTown, they should get him back as a March day guest.
  5. Gateshead today

    Good result today and praise where praise is due for BH . . . even from me! Many occasions over the past 12 months he hasn't been my cup of tea, but if he achieves points and exceeds my/our expectations with (attractive) football, then Bingo! Good luck and fingers crossed for the next seven months. Hibbs Hibbs Hibbs Hibbs - oops sorry! 
  6. Today's game guisley

    He has plenty of time only 22 the goals will come and he will go further than this league. Like someone  has said he does alot of under appreciated work for the team . ?????? Pardon? On what evidence and on who's time scale have you sussed this bizzare notion? He didn't even feature in the tail end of last season. Unfortunately he is too light weight and wishy washy, personally I would have Hibbs on, or Clarke, they are active and gets stuck in, we don't need a Willow the Whisp.
  7. Today's game guisley

    A good performance today, although I thought Guiseley had the upper hand in the second half and played the ball around well at times. McDonald wasn't any threat - at all - going forward, all he did for 90 mins was give the ball away, or create problems for the team, he looks to have bulked up a bit over the summer, but to me was a 'Nowhere Man'. Maybe he might create/score a hat-trick against the manager who signeed home on BH Monday?
  8. Business Plan Year 9

    Unfortunately I am unable to attend the Supporters Club meeting this Thursday evening. With the three members of the board being good enough to volunteer to be Open to Question . . . would someone mind asking our noble guardians . . . on my and others behalfs . . . of what their exact business plan is for our club, after eight years in the driving seat? We have the Vardy and Gregory money, plus cup runs and good healthy commercial income streams, with the financial offset of paying Neil Aspin and DK off, but after eight years of mostly sucess in we have: No Calderdale training ground to establish a local identity Still part-time with the continual soundbites and outlook of being the poor relation in our league, whilst having a decent fan based and evidence of money coming into the Club It doesn't add up to me? Unless I am expecting far  too much . . . when the board keep stating that they're aiming for the Football League - a Timeline would be good to aim for and as business men they must have a plan to work to and put expenditure on?
  9. Dover match thread

    Might have done better if Kosylo passed more, rather than going for glory. I think we all forgot how terrible the football was last season  - although effective, same again this season . . . but will be lucky if we get double figures by November. Tough old season ahead, with Heath doing his coaching during the match whilst moaning to the fourth official all the time!
  10. Dover notes

    Save our 'Soles' 0-0 at best!
  11. Technology

    The submit button kept jamming! Must be something to do with Mount Etna smoking away in the distance! Triple thank you for removing the others.
  12. Technology

    Currently on holiday in the sunny Med, but avidly keeping up to date with all things HxTown. Sadly I have read the usual bleak pre-season statement from Mr B, the usual glass half empty outlook, this time regarding wages lower down the pyramid, plus the poor crowds for the home friendries?  Aim bigger and you will get higher crowds surely? Previously he's moaned that getting to Wembley incurred the cost of suits! Don't think any other board would go public moaning of a great experience to be had? But the reason for my post, is that being far away I have the up to date information on everything HxTown, which is a far cry when as a kid it would mean Ceefax on a Tuesday evening or dashing to Fred Moores or Comet's window to view the other results and placings on a wet Saturday afternoon at 5 pm. I recall in the late 80s the BBC Russian correspondent was a Town fan and he and a friend sponsored a match and he stated in the programme (now a match day magazine) that if he did't catch the Town score on the BBC World Service results, he wouldn't find out the result for day(s)! Which leads me to ask . . . what lengths have Town fans gone to, to find out a result in pre-internet days? Hopefully we'll win 1-0 tomorrow and start with three points. Dover here I come!  
  13. Technology

    Currently on holiday in the sunny Med, but avidly keeping up to date with all things HxTown. Sadly I have read the usual bleak pre-season statement from Mr B, the usual glass half empty outlook, this time regarding wages lower down the pyramid, plus the poor crowds for the home friendries?  Aim bigger and you will get higher crowds surely? Previously he's moaned that getting to Wembley incurred the cost of suits! Don't think any other board would go public moaning of a great experience to be had? But the reason for my post, is that being far away I have the up to date information on everything HxTown, which is a far cry when as a kid it would mean Ceefax on a Tuesday evening or dashing to Fred Moores or Comet's window to view the other results and placings on a wet Saturday afternoon at 5 pm. I recall in the late 80s the BBC Russian correspondent was a Town fan and he and a friend sponsored a match and he stated in the programme (now a match day magazine) that if he did't catch the Town score on the BBC World Service results, he wouldn't find out the result for day(s)! Which leads me to ask . . . what lengths have Town fans gone to, to find out a result in pre-internet days? Hopefully we'll win 1-0 tomorrow and start with three points. Dover here I come!  
  14. Squad Numbers.

    Will be a bit odd Hibbs having a '0' on the rear of his shirt? Will the club shop provide this service for replicas free of charge? Another possible income stream would be sleeping bag replicas an option for the winter month too, for that the edge of the dug out look, always on the outside looking in? 
  15. Deon Charles

    Ooops, sorry Fat Chance!