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Presentation night by gamblegirl

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:11:00, 93 views.

is on the 6th May at Stepney Hill Farm, Stepney Road once again.

Evening starts at 7.30pm. Entrance adults £5, food for the junior teams free

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Half time by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 15:48:33, 35 views.

in the play-off final

Farsley Celtic 0-0 Ossett Town.

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Farsley 1-0 Ossett n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:05:58, 14 views. In reply to 'Half time '


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Equaliser! Farsley 1-1 Ossett n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:30:46, 17 views. In reply to 'Farsley 1-0 Ossett n/t'


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Ossett take the lead! n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:45:39, 16 views. In reply to 'Equaliser! Farsley 1-1 Ossett n/t'


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EQUALISER Farsley 2-2 Ossett n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:50:03, 17 views. In reply to 'Ossett take the lead! n/t'


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Sounds like a real nerve-shredder of a match n/t by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:55:52, 16 views. In reply to 'EQUALISER Farsley 2-2 Ossett n/t'


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would be interesting to be there by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:57:07, 25 views. In reply to 'Sounds like a real nerve-shredder of a match n/t'

There’s been so much drama across so many divisions today, that’s the beauty of this end of the season.

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Finished 2-2, Extra time to come n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:57:32, 32 views. In reply to 'would be interesting to be there'


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miles apart by VILLAGER

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 17:19:02, 37 views. In reply to 'Finished 2-2, Extra time to come n/t'

Only 17 , ish how lucky can a supporter be

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HT in ET - still 2-2 n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 17:19:06, 10 views. In reply to 'Finished 2-2, Extra time to come n/t'


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GOAL to Farsley 3-2 n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 17:24:24, 14 views. In reply to 'HT in ET - still 2-2 n/t'


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GOAL to Farsley 4-2 now by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 17:26:50, 21 views. In reply to 'GOAL to Farsley 3-2 n/t'

Have the “underdogs" finally crumbled?

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Farsley win by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 17:43:06, 38 views. In reply to 'GOAL to Farsley 4-2 now'

and are promoted!!

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RE: GOAL to Farsley 4-2 now by Dunno

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 19:14:35, 22 views. In reply to 'GOAL to Farsley 4-2 now'

Having a self-imposed image of constantly being the ‘underdog’ will only work for so long. Looking forward to playing them again next year.

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as it turns out… by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 19:37:45, 59 views. In reply to 'RE: GOAL to Farsley 4-2 now'

the two teams that went up were not only the best 2 in the league, but the only 2 to do the league double over us!

(Compare and contrast with last season when it seemed lots of teams did it over us!)

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RE: as it turns out… by Dunno

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 19:51:10, 37 views. In reply to 'as it turns out…'

Id agree with that, the two best teams definitely went up. Can wait for next year now.

I really hope Jimmy Beadle is kicking his own arse and getting himself super fit. Anyone heard any news on the board meeting which was scheduled for today? Was it next week where Mr Chairman was going to meet with SK?

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Can we now sign Tyrone Gay and Danny Frost please n/t by Seadog247

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 23:48:55, 13 views. In reply to 'RE: as it turns out…'


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happy 30th anniversary everyone! by seadogx

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 09:55:42, 59 views.


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also unhappy 11th! n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 10:40:29, 36 views. In reply to 'happy 30th anniversary everyone!'


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Ces Podd interview in today’s YPost by willb User: willb

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 16:45:52, 35 views. In reply to 'happy 30th anniversary everyone!'

http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/sport/football/bradford-city/weekend-interview-why-ces-podd-ditched-retirement-to-help-scarborough-make-history-1-8518778

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Glossop manager has resigned n/t by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 20:52:40, 63 views.


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in the words of Brenda from Bristol by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 23:40:18, 75 views. In reply to 'Glossop manager has resigned n/t'

Not another one?!

What with the Brighouse and Glossop managers resigning after relatively successful seasons, you hope these things don’t come in threes(!)

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Our Neighbours by Villager

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 17:40:50, 91 views.

Anyone given any thought to York City ’s plight tomorrow ,their last game of the season ,a do or die match against Forest Green Rovers ,very buoyant of late ,having had a very good season .Always a bit of rivalry there between us , and the annoying commentary from Radio York .,how do you think it will go and do you really care.

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I’ll be watching it on BT Sport, and am torn. by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 20:08:44, 71 views. In reply to 'Our Neighbours'

On one hand, I’m a Boro fan, and I was told growing up to dislike York City. I remember well the Conference games, and the elation of the 0-2 / 5-1 season when we beat them comfortably twice. It was great having that rivalry.

On the other hand, I see a club being mismanaged, a new ground not coming to fruition, and a fall out of the Football League and potentially into the Conference North. Remind you of anyone? If the NCEL and Evo-Stik has taught me anything, it’s about the notion of a football family, and when the fans are being shafted and seeing their club go down the toilet, it does bring back memories of our own.

I’d like to see them go down saying all that, because I think it’ll do them good. A chance to rebuild from a lower league, and hopefully sort their s*** out, because it’s not a happy place at the moment.

In summary, I feel for the majority of York fans who I’m sure are decent, passionate bunch like we are, but I must admit thinking of those who mocked us when we folded and smiling wryly about how they must be feeling now.

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Good news… They are losing 1-0! by rawdonseadog User: rawdonseadog

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 12:37:31, 34 views. In reply to 'I’ll be watching it on BT Sport, and am torn.'


Scarborough FC RIP 1879-2007

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RE: Good news… They are losing 1-0! by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 12:57:48, 30 views. In reply to 'Good news… They are losing 1-0!'

Bad news - they just equalised.

Good news - FGR just took the lead straight away afterwards!

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HT 1-2 by jason bourne User: jason bourne

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 13:22:43, 25 views. In reply to 'RE: Good news… They are losing 1-0!'

Conpletely outplayed over 45 minutes. FR guilty of over playing for the equaliser, but look like they can score at will. York’s not so secret weapon - the full back with the long throw In - has hit the bar directly from 2 of his throws. No plan B.

City fans holding on to the fact that as it stands they will stay up on goal difference if the can get an equaliser. Could get tasty in here though if they are still losing late on.

Jason

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and now an equaliser 2-2 n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 13:28:50, 17 views. In reply to 'HT 1-2'


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RE: and now an equaliser 2-2 n/t by Stockton Seadog User: Stockton Seadog

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 13:38:13, 22 views. In reply to 'and now an equaliser 2-2 n/t'

I can’t see any FGR fans behind the goal

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RE: RE: and now an equaliser 2-2 n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 13:39:59, 25 views. In reply to 'RE: and now an equaliser 2-2 n/t'

They are in a different section of the ground, in case it was needed to open that end up for the extra hoards of York fans. It has all been explained on the radio. 100 of them “if we’re being kind" btw.

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Guisley drawing, York are down unless they score in last by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 14:09:45, 27 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: and now an equaliser 2-2 n/t'

few seconds

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into stoppage time now and 2 minutes left by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 14:12:32, 22 views. In reply to 'Guisley drawing, York are down unless they score in last '

They need a Benny Ighieon or Jimmy Glass moment.

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RE: Guisley drawing, York are down unless they score in last by dogtanian User: dogtanian

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 14:14:22, 29 views. In reply to 'Guisley drawing, York are down unless they score in last '

COME ON FOREST GREEN!!!!!

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Get in…. York are relegated! by rawdonseadog User: rawdonseadog

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 14:17:28, 59 views. In reply to 'RE: Guisley drawing, York are down unless they score in last '


Scarborough FC RIP 1879-2007

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york down by bigg

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 14:24:38, 60 views. In reply to 'Get in…. York are relegated!'

York Shity are down such a shame, but a big well done to Kev Niko at Torquay who somehow again have avoided the drop

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RE: york down by York

Posted: 30/4/2017 at 00:22:09, 15 views. In reply to 'york down'

We are absolute toss but if we ever play you again we’ll take over your crap little town and youll run out the back doors just like last time.

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RE: RE: york down by The Ghost of Christmas Past

Posted: 30/4/2017 at 00:56:00, 16 views. In reply to 'RE: york down'

For the sake of accuracy, when you say “last time", do you mean the 5-1 or the 2-0?

Sweet of you to pop in to check on our welfare when you’ve had such a rotten day.

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Two Seasons Two Drops by villager

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 15:29:48, 60 views. In reply to 'Get in…. York are relegated!'

How bad is that , spent a bit of money too , commentary by BBC York with 8 minutes to go thought they were staying up ,but no… Guiseley decided to equalise and spoil the party , At the final whistle the crowd went into a stunned silence and the once buoyant commentary box started the blame game and cited earlier performances being poor and nothing done about it ,so out of the National league on the plus side they will travel to Harrogate Town next season , will they go a Stray !! here , Think we are in a far better place than they are especially on the fan base front , were coming home whereas their pigeons have come home to roost

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Conference North… by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 17:38:02, 164 views. In reply to 'Two Seasons Two Drops '

looks like a frightening division to get out of too. It could potentially have all these teams in it next season:

Halifax
Kidderminster
Darlington
Southport
Stockport
York
Boston
Telford
Salford
FC Utd

What a mouth-watering prospect it is to get two more promotions and join that lot!

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What a league to be in by Chester Perry

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 19:22:20, 36 views. In reply to 'Conference North…'

some great games to be had there, I’m glad they went down but I certainly wouldn’t want them to go bust. As for the fan base, lets be realistic they are so much bigger than us.

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agreed by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 19:36:51, 33 views. In reply to 'What a league to be in'

and one of the teams mentioned by armchairdog is likely to win the play-offs, but some big names in there nowadays.

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RE: agreed by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 22:27:16, 24 views. In reply to 'agreed'

I missed Harrogate off that list too. Another “local" derby for us.

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RE: RE: agreed by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 29/4/2017 at 23:13:49, 19 views. In reply to 'RE: agreed'

Oh yeah, York v Harrogate on Boxing day whilst we in our more “regional" league have to slug it all the way up to South Shields lol.

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New opposition next season by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 13:57:46, 100 views.

Nothing confirmed yet, of course, due to changes from north-south and vice versa, but I reckon these are the new teams we could be playing next season.

Definitiely:

South Shields (promoted from NL)
Atherton Collieries (promoted from NWCL)
Skelmersdale United (relegated from NPL)

Maybe:

Frickley Athletic (relegated from NPL) - located near Doncaster, this is a real borderline one for me. It’s north of many of our Manchester-based clubs, but then only a few miles north of Sheffield FC who are in the south. I hope they join us - 11 miles from my house!
Cleethorpes Town (promoted from NCEL) - again, it’s south of the Humber which usually means the south division. However, losing Goole (also borderline) means they could replace them.

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It’ll be only one of Frickley or Cleethorpes by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 14:03:24, 74 views. In reply to 'New opposition next season'

and this suggest more likely the former…https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JIniirEek4qDNVyE8YNphuVlBSQ4YlSqVZeDyMQxOgc/edit#gid=0

Hope so, because having 1 FA Vase finalist is hard enough without it being both!!

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RE: It’ll be only one of Frickley or Cleethorpes by Seadog Update User: Seadog Update

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 20:22:47, 45 views. In reply to 'It’ll be only one of Frickley or Cleethorpes'

Having Skelmersdale and South Shields in NPL D1N means we would start next season 18th rather than 20th!

www.twitter.com/seadogupdate

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Thread: 89008

SAFCTV by Dunno

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 20:16:59, 75 views.

I’m so impressed with the footage on the SAFCTV youtube channel (imagine saying that 30 years ago). Thanks to whomever does it.

I wonder though if its another way of generating a few extra quid by local businesses advertising their wares in a short 10 second segment incorporated into the video or at the half time point or sponsoring the channel. A short advert before the highlights performed by the business owner or staff members would go down a treat!

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RE: SAFCTV by Neil (HucknallSeadog) User: Neil (HucknallSeadog)

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 20:26:59, 69 views. In reply to 'SAFCTV'

Are there any rules on webcasting full games?

I watch ice hockey in the UK via clubs screening their games at £8 per game, i dont get to watch Boro as much these days but i’d happily pay to watch from home in this way if it was an option.

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RE: RE: SAFCTV by Dunno

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 20:31:44, 60 views. In reply to 'RE: SAFCTV'

Good point, I’m not on the old facebook or twitter but isn’t there some or function where you can live broadcast stuff. In this modern world where the human race has achieved such things as getting electricity into Lancashire, surely a match could be broadcasted live.

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RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 21:10:12, 48 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: SAFCTV'

I’m pretty sure there’s a rule forbidding Saturday 3pm games to be broadcast live. Not sure about the rules on evening matches (presumably the same doesn’t apply as there are loads of legally shown 7:45pm games on loads of legal channels!)

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RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by Rockett Fuel User: Rockett Fuel

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 21:11:36, 50 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: SAFCTV'

I’m 99% sure that’s not allowed. The Evostik site only puts highlights on after 17:15 due to FA rules.

Midweek might be different.

As for adverts, would YouTube allow that? As they have their own adverts. If they would then it’s a great idea, even if it’s just a three second title page stating “Match Highlights brought to you by…".

*NCEL Premier Division Champions 2012-13*

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RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by Dunno

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 21:21:00, 43 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV'

I was thinking about the youtube adverts, they’ve got to be pretty stingy to top us earning a few more pounds by squeezing in a 10 second video (incorporated into the stream of the match) of some local business owners making a good natured fool of themselves with some silly dance or catchy song advertising their business all in aid of supporting the local community based football team which provides opportunities to children etc…

I’m sure there will be some rule preventing it though, we wouldn’t want to take any of googles $250 billion would we.

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RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by dogtanian User: dogtanian

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 23:47:52, 36 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV'

No 3pm on a Saturday match at any level is allowed to be shown live in the U.K., and long may that continue. You’d just have people looking at the weather outside and thinking nah can’t be arsed, will just watch it from the sofa. This is why games on a Saturday are middayish or 5pm sort of time

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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by Neil (HucknallSeadog) User: Neil (HucknallSeadog)

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 17:16:43, 31 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV'

On the point of people deciding not to go, may be, but that already happens i bet and the club would still make money this way, possibly more that what it would miss out on. In my case, at present im neither attending or contributing financially and im guessing there are others in a similar position.

The games are being recorded already as it is i presume for the league highlights.

Could be worth an experiment one night match?

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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by dogtanian User: dogtanian

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 17:33:23, 23 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV'

Midweek home matches that already suffer from low attendances? ;)

I don’t think this is allowed in English football anyway, across the board. Not making a match available to individual viewers in their homes as a form of “pay per view" anyway. I doubt it will happen in non league any time soon.

The closest thing to this that does happen (in pro football I might add) is “beam backs", where a club shows an away match in their club bar or at the stadium somewhere. This is rare, is only if both clubs agree to it, and certainly isn’t a regular thing. And definitely not provided to individuals to watch live in their own homes

P.s It’s not the league who are filming Boro games by the way, it’s SAFC TV

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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by Neil (HucknallSeadog) User: Neil (HucknallSeadog)

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 18:04:34, 30 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV'

Isnt there now a requirement for it to be filmed though?

We have a fair number of long distance fans that may not be able to attend evening games due to work commitments, that doesnt mean they wouldnt watch the match given the chance. Plus there is the option to block streams within a certain distance of the town.

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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV by dogtanian User: dogtanian

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 19:56:54, 25 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: SAFCTV'

Yeah I’m one of them :)

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First game by Dogsea

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 15:44:57, 88 views.

So, the first game back in town! What can we as supporters do to commemorate it? One thing for me is can we cover the parts of the ground not in advertising with flags? There’s some real good ones that mainly appear at away games but why not everyone with one decorate the new ground, particularly where the wooden fence goes right round. Some may end up with advertisements on but any that don’t let’s stick a flag up!
What shall we wear?
Should we get a balloons order in?
Air horn/drum?
Meet before in a pub and go as a group? Which pubs? Meet at the new bar at a time?

It’s important to show off the match day experience of a proper football support I think. Have players and fans in awe at our support and more might want to come.

Any ideas?

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Flags etc by Nick Finch

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 15:46:24, 84 views. In reply to 'First game '

There will be some new Back Home items appearing on the official site shop soon. Hopefully these will include flags…………..

Nick Finch

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RE: Flags etc by Dogsea

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 15:51:12, 62 views. In reply to 'Flags etc'

Great stuf Nick. If the club can earn money whilst decorating the ground and fans and providing a better atmosphere it’s a win win!

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RE: RE: Flags etc by Stockton Seadog User: Stockton Seadog

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 16:16:00, 59 views. In reply to 'RE: Flags etc'

I will be bringing my two flags.

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RE: RE: RE: Flags etc by Boro345

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 21:19:10, 43 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Flags etc'

Drum, air horns and balloons all sound a good idea

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RE: RE: RE: RE: Flags etc by Rockett Fuel User: Rockett Fuel

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 21:26:46, 49 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Flags etc'

Old replica shirts.

*NCEL Premier Division Champions 2012-13*

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2016/17 season (with line-ups) by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:12:49, 107 views.

Put this together, taken from the template I used for the Redcar programme in the NRSC. Please let me know if anything is wrong on there. The only thing I know is wrong is the subs bench at Richmond in the NRSC. I’ve put four players on there, but not necessarily in the right order…

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Don’t remember Ludic…. n/t by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:26:42, 40 views. In reply to '2016/17 season (with line-ups)'


-- UP THE BORO

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Excellent stuff, thanks n/t by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:41:15, 39 views. In reply to '2016/17 season (with line-ups)'


Critically acclaimed Surfing Seadog poster: "Talks the most sense on here by a mile."

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Reynolds by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:43:50, 46 views. In reply to 'Excellent stuff, thanks n/t'

There’s a pointless answer. I can’t for the life of me remember him!

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Duran Reynolds, Jon n/t by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:47:20, 52 views. In reply to 'Reynolds'


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ah yes by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:50:07, 32 views. In reply to 'Duran Reynolds, Jon n/t'

I remember now. And thinking his parents must have been Duran Duran fans.

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Great work Matt but one small error…. by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:45:45, 63 views. In reply to '2016/17 season (with line-ups)'

Terrell definitely didn’t turn up for Droylsden away.

Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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A few things I’ve noted from this… by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:54:49, 61 views. In reply to 'Great work Matt but one small error….'

Firstly, look at the consistency in the number 1, 3 and 9 shirts particularly. Porter played all but two of the first 42 games, and we’ve had three keepers across all 57.

Dave Merris has played in every single game since Clitheroe away on the second day of the season! In fact, he’s started all but one (Richmond away), where he came on as a sub.

Benny scored 8 times in his final 10 games of the season. It took him until 25th January to get his first 8. Shows great improvement.

One annoying thing to note: Carl Stewart banged in 10 goals in 10 games before he departed. I think we missed his goals for a while.

Finally, those who played even a minor part in the season who have long gone and may even have been forgotten: Johnson, Lee, Jennings, Small, Affis, Olukanmi, Bannister etc.

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hands up… by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 14:01:40, 53 views. In reply to 'A few things I’ve noted from this…'

anyone who genuinely remembered any of the names in that last sentence!

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RE: A few things I’ve noted from this… by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 14:31:12, 49 views. In reply to 'A few things I’ve noted from this…'

Not to mention Robbo and Lisles. Big losses at the beginning of the season. What a bonus it would be to have those two back next year.

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cracking job… by Dunno

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 14:35:13, 52 views. In reply to '2016/17 season (with line-ups)'

its great to look at stuff like this now, but is even more interesting in 10 or so years.

I looked high and low on google etc… for the Richmond subs when you posted the other day but couldn’t find it, got sick of scrolling back through #SAFClive.

Its probably just me who is this odd but I think it would look great in a frame and on the wall of the new bar. Or starting from next years teams with it in A3 size. In the kind of way that you see all the papers on he wall of a bookies but framed.

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Thread: 89005

Do you remember Oldham by Villager

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 10:48:32, 70 views.

Who remembers going to Oldham and playing on an unfamiliar pitch ,completely undone as the home side had it weighed off and thrashed us 7 0 Frankie Bunn scoring 6 to enter the record books , A previous thread mentioned that we should take advantage of the fact we are playing on 3G and I agree . I also remember the Oldham crowd laughing at our players that did a sliding tackle and feeling the heat from the pitch on their anatomy ,a case in point me thinks .
A long time ago now , who remembers all that and when it was

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RE: Do you remember Oldham by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 10:57:45, 48 views. In reply to 'Do you remember Oldham'

I didn’t attend the game but I do remember the Evening News headline on the back page which was simply “EMBARRASSED”

That and the Grays game are the only times I can remember us letting in 7 goals in a competitive game. Oh there was Wigan wasn’t there.

I agree about using it to advantage (once we eventually get used to it ourselves!) but fortunately these modern 3G pitches are a world away from those ‘plastic’ pitches of the 80s!

Edited on 27/04/17 at 10:58:31
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I Remember Guildford by Old Git

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 11:41:19, 53 views. In reply to 'RE: Do you remember Oldham'

No not really but I do remember the fun on the plastic pitch at Preston Norfth End.
It ended 5-4 to Preston so we didn’t do too bad and an entertaing game.
I seem to remember one goal where the ball bounced about 30 ft in the air
and then bounced again and sailed over the keeper’s head into the net.
It was in the Rumbelows Cup & we won the 2nd leg 3-1
to go on and play Southampton

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RE: I Remember Guildford by Cynic

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 12:29:45, 38 views. In reply to 'I Remember Guildford'

For those of you who think OG is mad (he clearly is, mind)

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just got back from the Docs by Old Git

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:07:55, 42 views. In reply to 'RE: I Remember Guildford'

with my medication.
Hopefully it will stop the violent mood swings.
Storefront Hitchcock one of my fave albums.

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RE: just got back from the Docs by Cynic

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:11:53, 34 views. In reply to 'just got back from the Docs'

As an (albeit mad) expert OG, have you any input into the song/music for the 1st game back?

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We don’t know what the by Old Git

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 13:51:16, 42 views. In reply to 'RE: just got back from the Docs'

agreed arrangements for the use of the P.A. are.
But in a list you’d want to include Football Crazy by Robin Hall & Jimmy Macregor
as it applies to all Seadogs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDRBDX3nt_o

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As you say it was a long time ago….. by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 20:55:21, 36 views. In reply to 'Do you remember Oldham'

and I’m not sure the comparison stands up to scrutiny.

The pitch at Oldham was an old style plastic pitch and totally different from the modern 3g surfaces.
To attribute the result to the pitch is to do a huge disservice to a very good Oldham team (Dennis Irwin, Andy Ritchie, Paul Warhurst, Earle Barrett amongst others), that also beat West Ham 6-0 that season. Worth remembering as well that while Boro had some all time greats playing that night we also had Mick Clarke.

Also modern players are used to playing and particularly training on artificial pitches. Practically every school, sports centre, outdoor 5 a side centre and community centre in the country has got an artificial pitch. By now most players we are watching will have grown up playing on them.

Every time there is a strange bounce on the 3g pitch there will be a collective murmuring of “ooh plastic pitch". Nobody ever comments on a strange bounce on a grass pitch, however good or bad (Leek away two years ago anyone?).

The only advantage I would anticipate us seeing is the reduction, but not elimination, of postponements and the disruption that they bring.

Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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Posted: 27/4/2017 at 21:50:28, 263 views. In reply to 'As you say it was a long time ago…..'

Abiding memory of that night was Oldham taking Micky when scoreboard read ‘Frankie Bunn 6 Scarborough 0

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If we had collected all the coins….. by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 22:41:31, 45 views. In reply to 'Scoteboard'

that were thrown at the scoreboard at the end of the match we could have signed Denis Irwin!

Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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yep, tough night! by filey1

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 07:16:17, 53 views. In reply to 'Do you remember Oldham'

As was Wigan in the mid 90s, though we were more than rubbish that night! Can’t see us losing like that again. Up the lads!

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Thread: 89004

SAFC TV Highlights and SK interview online by club.comms User: club.comms

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 08:12:33, 64 views.

Highlights https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=rg-Qs7amrE4

Interview https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3uAmGtxGgUI&feature=youtu.be

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RE: SAFC TV Highlights and SK interview online by Stockton Seadog User: Stockton Seadog

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 16:17:43, 54 views. In reply to 'SAFC TV Highlights and SK interview online '

Good view of the Danny Frost dive for their penalty.

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its on 7min 20sec. by Dunno

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 20:03:34, 27 views. In reply to 'RE: SAFC TV Highlights and SK interview online '

I still say they did well coming over to us and winning in front of that crowd and against our unbeaten record.

I was also impressed with their 15 or so fans, they were very passionate and a credit to their club.

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Keits petition any update of numbers by Old Git

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:41:18, 94 views.

of signatures. now required.

Is there any info on his position over the summer RE: food, rent etc?

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stick an ‘a’ in there by Old Git

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:42:16, 74 views. In reply to 'Keits petition any update of numbers'

instead of the ’s’
I’m a bit of an ass!

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last night by gamblegirl

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 15:03:15, 103 views. In reply to 'stick an ‘a’ in there'

78 signed, busy night in the bar. On a normal night l am sure more would sign. I will take the petition with me to the prensentation night on the 6th May. The solicitor said if we got 500 signatures that would really help, but he wants the sheets back, plus a Letter of Recommendation from the board as soon as possible. It any supporter could take a sheet round his friends, family, workmates we could reach the 500

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Petition by ROBIN HOOD’S BAY SEADOGS

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 17:17:44, 89 views. In reply to 'last night'

I’m more than happy to go round friends and workmates to obtain some signatures if it helps.

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yes please by gamblegirl

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 18:02:29, 56 views. In reply to 'Petition '

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RE: yes please by Rockett Fuel User: Rockett Fuel

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 18:31:30, 54 views. In reply to 'yes please'

Would an online petition not be an option?

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the solicitor by gamblegirl

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 19:44:55, 97 views. In reply to 'RE: yes please'

needs hard copies because the petition has to be sent to The Home Office

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Thread: 89001

First half, centre circle - red card or not? by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:06:14, 89 views.

Certainly looked it from where I was in the terraced part of the main stand. Seen them given. Could have been a different game.

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RE: First half, centre circle - red card or not? by Part time Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:08:50, 75 views. In reply to 'First half, centre circle - red card or not?'

100% - looked high and late

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the one on Pricey? by seadogx

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:11:58, 66 views. In reply to 'First half, centre circle - red card or not?'

at our level - yellow

FL/Prem League - red

it shouldn’t make a difference of course as the Laws of the game are the same.

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RE: First half, centre circle - red card or not? by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:17:33, 68 views. In reply to 'First half, centre circle - red card or not?'

He also took a nasty elbow to the head from #4.

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RE:RE: First half, centre circle - red card or not? by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 23:38:10, 55 views. In reply to 'RE: First half, centre circle - red card or not?'

Firstly I don’t want to blame the referee for our loss. I thought the teams were quite even but they took their chances and we didn’t. Apart from their 3 goals, how many shots did they have? However the referee did spoil the game for me & I’m surprised that others haven’t mentioned it - or am I wrong. He virtually gave them everything and us virtually nothing apart from the pen. Watching the game and then the highlights to confirm, I reckon we had 3 further good shoots for penalties (one of them following a push in Hazel’s back, he gave THEM a free kick) not to mention all the holding and off the ball obstructions. Their first goal came via a challenge that was straight through Flinty from behind. Are you allowed to take a player’s legs as you also play the ball? From my view and I stand to be corrected if anyone had a better view but their penalty looked like a dive and then they scored a third from a dodgy free kick to rub salt into the wounds. Basically I am very proud of the team to get where they did and again I felt the ref didn’t give us chance to settle at all. Two or three of our players last night were simply out of their league & the loss of Benny revealed a fairly weak bench I am sorry to say but still grateful for the effort they all put in.

3rd place in league - fantastic response to last season.

PMA

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RE: RE:RE: First half, centre circle - red card or not? by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 09:21:13, 50 views. In reply to 'RE:RE: First half, centre circle - red card or not?'

On the night I was pretty convinced that there was a foul on Flint for the first goal, not quite so sure having watched the highlights. Both penalties were soft, exceptionally so in the case of Ossett’s. I’ve no idea what the ref saw there.

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An alternative view by Part time Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 13:49:47, 109 views.

Firstly, great to see a crowd of over 1,000 last night including many like me who don’t go very often. And good to even be in the play offs however…

What a poor game quality wise. It was incredible to see neither team (both teams in the playoffs) try and play football last night. Both teams seemed content to lump it up front and see what happened. Neither team scored a good goal, 2 pens, a set piece and a mistake. Hardly conducive to enticing the extra 600-700 people back!

Everyone could see that their two centre halves were big, strong and won everything in the air yet Boro continued to play aerial and the manager didn’t change it because it wasn’t working - very poor. No need for a nice flat, 3G pitch next year if that’s how you play.

Please assure me that’s not what always happens?

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RE: An alternative view by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:00:00, 86 views. In reply to 'An alternative view'

It was a poor game. It was a mixture of Boro not being at our best, and Ossett being annoyingly solid, strong, and organised. Ossett’s three goals were two mistakes and a penalty. Ours was a penalty. Not a single goal of the four scored from nice open play. They were either defensive balls-ups or penalties.

You weren’t seeing things. It was a nervy, tetchy, poor footballing display from both sides, which might understandably down to the size of the occasion and crowd.

Edited on 26/04/17 at 14:00:36
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The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt by Seadog Update User: Seadog Update

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:03:30, 71 views. In reply to 'RE: An alternative view'


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The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt by Part time Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:04:50, 71 views. In reply to 'The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt'

Even more reason to get the ball on the deck and play football….

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RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:15:18, 60 views. In reply to 'The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt'

The vast quantities of water falling from the sky in the second half weren’t really conducive to silky skills.

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RE: RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt by Part time Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:38:44, 60 views. In reply to 'RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt'

Didn’t realise putting 4-5 passes in a row together were considered silky skills. Should make it a little easier as the ball travels better over the surface.

Instead, the ball went up in the air and swirled around in the wind, and their centre backs won it (again).

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RE: RE: RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:56:41, 55 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt'

Perhaps you should get down to a few more games, then make a judgment? One offs are rarely a good basis on which to draw overarching conclusions.

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RE: RE: RE: RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt by Part time Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 15:04:24, 58 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt'

Tree - I intend to do so more next year. Hopefully I will be more entertained. I chose my username to reflect that!

Dogtanian - I am talking more about the strategy (or lack of) last night specifically. I have no problem with playing how a team sees fit, you can skin a cat in different ways. However it was clear after 20 mins that the long ball wasn’t going to work, with two tall CBs the long and channel balls were going to be fruitless and they were. They were there to be played around but there was only once I can remember 4-5 passes being strung together in the second half.

If the long ball works - great. But the lack of adaptation from the manager was surprising.

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RE: RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt by dogtanian User: dogtanian

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:45:02, 64 views. In reply to 'RE: The strong cold wind (& hailstones) did not help one bit. nt'

Sometimes a play off game / cup final / important match / or whatever can be a poor and nervy game, that’s just how football is, and often even at the highest level. It’s called watching live football.

Can I recommend that you never, ever, EVER, watch England in a World Cup or Euro finals tournament ;) Spare yourself the torture.

The pitches have been better as of late, and our manager mentioned recently this suits us. Yesterday however had rain during the day, was generally freezing cold, and there were hailstones & rain during the match.

Thanks for your comments though, next time there’s a big match with a large crowd the referee will be sure to ban any goals that aren’t from open play, and any players not playing silky football to entertain the big crowd shall be publically flogged

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Re An Alternative View by Andy Stubbs

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:58:42, 76 views. In reply to 'An alternative view'

Fully agree it was not pretty to watch and I too was confused as to why we kept playing high long balls straight to the Ossett defenders in such a swirly wind, it appeared we thought Benny was on the pitch as he would probably have won a lot of those balls but I’m still proud of all the lads for most of their performances throughout the season especially the last 8 games…..I think stats of DDWWWWWWWW without conceding a single goal shows that we don’t always play like that and are capable of playing a lot better but it’s time to put this season behind us and start to get excited about coming home in July and support the lads for a massive push next season! Up The Boro!

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Standard of football by Dogsea

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 16:37:29, 89 views. In reply to 'An alternative view'

To be honest we are going to get a lot of this next season from the newcomers. Watch premier league football for years then expect similar from a one off game in the 8th tier of English football. The standard at this level is hit and miss. Some good football but generally it’s competing and been organised. You are only allowed by the poorer sides to get it down and play like we did against mossley and burscough. It’s miles better than local league but it’s certainly not technically brilliant. I’ve friends who’ve started to come and taken a little time to get their head round that. Plus like already stated last night with what’s at stake and the conditions it was never going to be a night of free flowing football. Dare say we may lose one or two new fans early on if they struggle to adapt to the thinking of how the games played differently to that seen on match of the day.

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RE: Standard of football by dogtanian User: dogtanian

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 18:16:12, 60 views. In reply to 'Standard of football '

I’ve been to various live football league games from the championship to league 2 and wanted to scratch my eyes out, then a week or so later go and see boro in the depths of non league and it’s like watching Barcelona in comparison.

Watching Boro is not just ugly cos it’s non league, it’s ugly cos it isn’t sanitised premier league football played by preemed multi-millionaires on pristine grass carpets. This isn’t real football to me - real football is what I grew up with in the eighties/nineties, which is much more like the present day football league and lower.

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RE: RE: Standard of football by Part time Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 19:34:58, 63 views. In reply to 'RE: Standard of football '

You’re missing the point but I’ll indulge you..

It shouldn’t really matter what level it is, I’ve seen local league games where teams have tried harder to play football, technically they aren’t as good so it doesn’t always work but there was more intent there to try compared with last night. It’s not about the level of the football because the teams should be of a similar level and similarly matched.

My point is… while I concede the occasion might have got the better of some and meant a more fractious game but my main point still remains; why carry on trying something that wasn’t working? Its not about the style of play but doing something to beat the opposition and no matter what you say Boro tried the same thing over and over last night. And it didn’t work.

Nobody has come up with an answer yet except for ‘the wind made it hard’ which is bollocks.

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RE: RE: RE: Standard of football by Dogsea

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 20:40:47, 80 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Standard of football '

I get your point that it didn’t work last night and try something else. But I think the conditions and the opposition made us force the issue. We recently played burscough, a lovely day against inferior opposition and we passed the ball for fun creating many goal scoring opportunities. I’ve played local league and the ball gets passed (not always!) it’s easy though when the opposition sit off either tactically or lack of fitness / ability. Other more even games against better teams and it’s like a game of tennis. I play 5 a side and we pass it around. I don’t believe we want to play it long all the time, it’s just what it turns into. In a pressure game against a big strong team in your face closing you down quickly with rain in your eyes you naturally go long, in a way to get rid. Don’t want to lose it in the wrong area. Not the confidence. You have to give credit to them for making us play into their hands last night. And also that’s the ability of the players under those circumstances. Better players in better leagues would despite all that still get it down and play.

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Thread: 88999

Average attendance 395 including last night. by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 13:23:23, 50 views.

Footballwebpages have included it, so I don’t know if the Wikipedia editors want to include it in our stats? Technically it’s a league game, but don’t know if it’s cheating to count it as our highest league crowd of the season?

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I don’t think technically it is a league game by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 19:00:32, 28 views. In reply to 'Average attendance 395 including last night.'

For several reasons, the main ones being that not everyone plays this round of “league games" and that unlike all our other home “league games" we don’t keep all the gate receipts!

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BORO v OSSETT highlights ONLINE NOW by Old Git

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 13:22:06, 34 views.

at this link & ‘match videos’ above

Turn up the volume and hear the power of the hail,
you’ll think you are there, oh bugger, it’s not stopped even today!
Watch the amazing ‘through the raindrop’ section (3 secs max)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQEfREo6CBw

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The five ages of being a football fan by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 13:19:47, 64 views.

https://www.theguardian.com/football/when-saturday-comes-blog/2017/apr/26/five-ages-being-football-fan-non-league-supporter?

-- UP THE BORO

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Trevor Bull interview with Paddy on YCR this morning by willb User: willb

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 12:47:42, 65 views.

About the game last night, the return home and the future

https://www.yorkshirecoastradio.com/news/local-news/2276715/boro-look-to-the-future-after-play-off-defeat/

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Next season by Boroseadog User: Boroseadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 12:30:58, 113 views.

First of all, what a great season. It’s easy to feel despondent after losing a playoff game with hopes so high. However, I for one am amazingly proud of the club. Not just because we excelled this year compared to a relegation battle last year; but largely due to the togetherness and commitment that the team have shown - haven’t seen it for a while and I am very proud.

Onto next season….

My players to keep:
Green, flint (although travel may finally take its toll), turnbull (absolute must!), roma, merris (again a must for me), ible, price, cadman, Murray, benny and hazel.

Not as bothered about keeping: Nelly (too hot headed, doesn’t do enough), bolder (maybe as a squad player but looking leggy!), dennison, lucid, logan (unless he gets fit)

Positions needed:
Two x wingers.
Two x centre mid (believe beadle is desperate to be back so that would be a great signing.
Striker to compete with benny and hazel.
Centre half - (dead lisles should be fit).

What do people think?

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RE: Next season by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 14:02:31, 83 views. In reply to 'Next season'

We definitely need a prolific striker to help Benny out if he’s still here. We finished 3rd with Benny as our top goalscorer with 14. In the goalscoring charts, we were 10th. Take the 8-0 and 5-0 drubbings of Mossley and Burscough out, and it’s 57 goals scored in 40 matches. Need someone to knock 20-30 in.

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Yes I think I’d generally agree with that by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 15:55:52, 73 views. In reply to 'Next season'

Ideally you don’t want to break up successful (in the nearly sense, such as just missing out on promotion) squads too much. I remember in 98/99 we did break the squad up a lot due to financial constraints (and Rockett’s enforced retirement). Don’t want to go down that road, or Burscough’s this season!!

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Re Next Season. by Steve 0337

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 17:49:12, 56 views. In reply to 'Next season'

First, let me be the first to say that I was totally wrong. I thought 10th to 12th…They did great.
Last night was a shame. They just did not play. That was the disappointing thing for me. Just never got into it. All that fantastic work was undone. Poor defending, which has not been the norm over the last eight games.
Player retention, for me you are being very generous with your list. Perhaps now is not the time to discuss ins and outs. But for me, there would be 7/8 that I would be wanting to keep. The keeper is a must for me. the skipper, Ible, Turnball, Hazell and possibly Murray. The latter is such a frustrating player. Flashes of magic, lots of endeavours, but he has this need to run around in circles.
Benny, he is a fans favourite, I realise this but for me, I am still to be convinced. Taken two stunning goals in recent weeks, but he has no close control skills, gets pushed off the ball way to easily for a man of his stature. If there is an improvement to come then yes…Roma is also one I would like to keep…Cadman is a no brainer. Lisles if we can get him right. Two that have to go for Nelthorpe, and Logan. Both way out of their depth. The fringe players need a clearout also.
But let’s not let my thoughts detract from what was a great season. Mr Kittrick take a bow, sir. You took an average side to third in the division. That is some achievement.

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RE: Re Next Season. by Rockett Fuel User: Rockett Fuel

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 18:45:45, 48 views. In reply to 'Re Next Season.'

I think the tone of Cadman’s tweet last night suggested that he won’t be with us next year…

“Thoroughly enjoyed every second of my time at @safc all I can say is thank you to EVERYONE at the club for a great couple of months!🙌"

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RE: RE: Re Next Season. by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 18:48:01, 58 views. In reply to 'RE: Re Next Season.'

True, but then again when I asked him about it sounding that way, he tweeted “Not saying that at all mate! Going to be a busy week ahead that’s all I can say! Love it here mate, enjoyed it so much!"

So basically I guess we’ll have to see as with all the lads. They’ll probably sit down with Steve individually and talk it through over the next few weeks. I guess patience will have to be the key!

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RE: Re Next Season. by seadogx

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 20:02:38, 54 views. In reply to 'Re Next Season.'

We’ve gone from 20th to 3rd, we shouldn’t be looking at wholesale changes. There is nothing wrong with benny, if he had played last night we may have been playing farsley on saturday.

Maybe we should re-sign alex peterson and steve ridley. both are playing in the play off final. Both would probably have got a 5 or 6 out of 10 rating on here on this sort of thread in the past.

Maybe we need more patience for a side to gel given that apart from half a dozen or so star players the standard of players in this league is very even.

As you say yourself and others wanted a mass clearout a couple of months ago.You were wrong. The players and manager stepped up their game. Maybe they can step up further.

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RE: Re Next Season. by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 09:14:42, 50 views. In reply to 'Re Next Season.'

Seriously? That’s baby with bath water stuff. Couldn’t disagree with you more about Benny; since we’ve moved to 4-4-2, and he’s had Hazell closer to him he’s been great. He flicks the ball on, holds it up and brings other players into the game, turns defenders, he’s been strong, the mainstay of our game.

If we want to be successful next year it is about building on this season. I’m hopeful we’ll keep the core of the squad together, adding maybe 4 or 5 to improve the quality. If we tear it all up and start from scratch it takes a while to establish the pattern of play, build team spirit etc. I want us to really hit the ground running next season, not take a couple of months to get into our stride.

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RE: RE: Re Next Season. by Boroseadog User: Boroseadog

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 09:53:15, 51 views. In reply to 'RE: Re Next Season.'

I agree with Tree. Benny and hazel have looked so much better since we changed shape and they now play closer together. Bennys game had really come on and he’s far better now using his height and strength.

Think we have the core…. it’s now adding real quality rather than quantity. Feel like we are very short in midfield. Couple of wide men would be my main wish. Couple of centre mids and a striker. Maybe the striker could be one that can play on the wing - versatility is fantastic as it allows more chance to play; this level it’s hard to keep back up players happy.

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Rob by Seadog watcher

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 11:54:23, 122 views.

I see that Rob Berande is back sticking his beak in, with his advice.
Was you at the game or to busy?

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Oh behave yourself by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 26/4/2017 at 16:46:02, 71 views. In reply to 'Rob'

Who are you to dictate who can and cannot post their opinions on here?

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Yeah the last thing we need on here is….. by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 27/4/2017 at 21:27:51, 46 views. In reply to 'Rob'

intelligent, well-informed, thoughtfully written contributions from someone who has combined passionately following our club for over 40 years with visiting hundreds of other non-league clubs up and down the country.

I join you in your demand for more poorly written, knee-jerk nonsense.

Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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Rob Berande??? by Absinthe

Posted: 28/4/2017 at 01:18:56, 32 views. In reply to 'Rob'

Does he play for Millwall?

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