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  1. 4 minutes ago, SteveM said:

    Not sure how they’ve managed that. To overturn it (unless the ref has admitted he was wrong) they have to prove categorically that he didn’t do whatever it was he was sent off for. Hard to see how they could do that given he was in the middle of a 15 man ruck and behaving like a dick 

    Another player might have coughed to it

  2. 4 minutes ago, Greggs said:

    Still can't handle me being right all along about Mr Heath franny? 

    Carry on believing what you want lad. Couldn't give a toss 

    You are always right sunshine, it's instinctive for you. We all know and accept that.

  3. 1 hour ago, Greggs said:

    I do hope he's right. He's got my full backing for at least a week. Having read a couple of interviews with him he can certainly talk the talk but can he walk the walk like me?

    I hear what you are saying

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  4. 7 hours ago, Greggs said:

    Bore off. Harvey contributed bugger all to the relegation, that was solely down to Aspin . The fact we got to the last day not already relegated was nothing short of a miracle. We also went to and won at wembley in his brief stay and we also played more and better FOOTBALL in 4 or 5 months under him than we did in heaths entire near 2 year Reign and come to think of it most of the last 2 seasons of aspins

     He pulled us out of the mire and dropped us back in it. His effect was temporary and his team failed at the crucial moments in the league, the opportunity to stay up presented itself well before the final game. Just 3 wins from the last 10 matches, comical Kelly got 2 in 10! Then when that final, final chance came on the last day of the season his team went out on a whimper against average opponents who had nothing to play for.  

    The Trophy win was memorable but only almost keeping us up after promising more was the complete opposite.

    I expect the reality is that he has zero chance of returning. 

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  5. 12 minutes ago, Wilder Bollox said:

    What budget are you allowing Trev to bring new players in ?

    12 minutes ago, Wilder Bollox said:

     

    Don't worry about that, he'll be selling off all that stolen art from World War 2 to fund a promotion putsch.

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  6. 9 hours ago, AJS said:

    Not a signing but Michael Gash has been told he's not getting offered a contract by Leyton Orient after a trial with them. I doubt he'd come here though to be completely honest. He's always been a full time player, playing in midlands or southern based teams. I'd like a Tuton-esqe striker anyway to be honest

    Did he not play at York for a while? Remember him being in court for something up there.

  7. 8 minutes ago, halifaxmark said:

    Im reading all this positivity and actually thought we were very poor Saturday. Thought they played better football than us but the main thing is we got the 3 points. We played to our strengths and Josh looked class in very warm weather. Didn't think our full backs gave us any help going forward especially moyo. Plenty to build on though.  Roll on tomorrow 

    I wouldn't say poor. They worked hard, they had a plan that worked on this day but wouldn't work week-in, week-out. Macdonald was the only really outlet, cut the supply line to Denton and then we would have been stumped.  We were big, we were aggressive, we had tempo, that might be what you get out of a Heath team.

  8. 1 hour ago, mj85 said:

    Could argue 2 assists on debut is making an impact?

    You could, but looking at the context of at least one of those assists, not sure it makes him somebody I would want in the centre of my attack.  Overall, I didn't come away impressed with his contribution.  You have several much, much better players out there. For us I always thought him too light weight, certainly for the rigours of week in week out Conference National.  He hasn't had a serious run in competitive football, the next couple of months might give you that and only then will you really know if he is up to it.

  9. It was an interesting first outing for us. I thought going forward there were long periods where we were simply relentless and with some better finishing in the first half the margin of victory would have been much greater.  Denton was everything that people have described, Peni & Burrow were mobile and dangerous, Macdonald really did rip them apart and also provided some excellent balls into the box.

    Nuneaton weren't a bad side at all. However, they didn't seem as fit as we did and also there were points in the game where their heads went down, particularly the very moment they slumped to 3-1. Although we then opted to take our foot off the gas and allowed them back into the match, slightly concerned that we did that rather than finishing them off when they were there for the takingThis resulted in a battling last 15 minutes. You could argue that we needed conserve energy for Tuesday, which wasn't the outcome and it also meant that the score ended far closer than it should have done. That said, we were in total control in those closing stages.

    Looking at Shaq playing against us I am very glad that we didn't add him to our sqaud this season.  He ran, he flicked, he got sucked into fouling, he got outmuscled and he lacked the composure at his moments of opportunity. He put the effort in but I came away feeling that he probably thinks he is a much better footballer than he actually is.  Can't quite understand what the league clubs saw in him. If he gets a decent run of games he might settle and start to make an impact but I think it's just as likely that he will fade into the shadows before going out on loan a level down.

  10. 52 minutes ago, Greggs said:

    Think the referee made a mistake for the pen and may regret that decision. Euro semi final. Hit his hand yes but how he could make that call on that stage that it was intentional is a call and a half and I think the wrong one.

    Griezmann though is top quality and he could well be the match winner on Sunday too. 

    So long as pepe is on the losing team I'll be happy. Hopefully he'll get sent off for play acting too. 

    Agree about the decision, marginal at best, reffing to the home crowd perhaps! That said, Germany losing is quite nice. Thought France were very poor up to point of getting a leg up from the ref.

  11. 4 minutes ago, themanwhowasntthere said:

    Maybe they need to set up a war zone parallel to the fan zone and let the zombies kick the **** out of each other while the rest of us can get on and watch the football. 

    Sort of like a cross between Ninian Park and the Den you mean?

  12. 11 minutes ago, Icke's Lizard said:

    Germany & Ukraine fans are going at it in Lille right now.

    If tnis goes on several major teams are going to get kicked out. Am assuming that includes France after their local youths seem to have been involved too.

  13. 3 minutes ago, townmad said:

    Still think the goal at Blyth was his best but the one that gave me the most satisfaction was his third at the Shay against Chasetown.

    I was thinking the third against Chasetown is the one that sticks in my mind. Goal of the season I believe that year and of course around the time of Trevor Storton's death which added a strong emotional element.

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  14. Say what you like about Flea, differece is that he supports the club.

    I don't think we aren't good enough because as a team we are just things aren't clicking

    Not sure it is right for you to use the word 'think'.
  15. But why do they post in such quick succession?
    Are they bothers?

    No point all falling about it were all town fans and want what's best for the club but this downward spiral is ongoing and either the board give Aspin some serious funds or get rid, lose to Barrow and I dread to think what this forum will be like


    I dont believe we are all Town fans lad. Some of this tripe is just too idiotic to be true and has been for some time.

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