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Statement from the Board by Mick Davison

Posted: 21/3/2020 at 18:13:55, 727 views.

http://www.scarboroughathletic.com/news/2020-03-20/official-club-update

UTB

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Thread: 93145

Boro draw - took me 30 seconds to sign up by Dunno

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 16:37:45, 87 views.

I recently signed up for the Boro draw here http://scarboroughathletic.com/commercial/boro-draw

it took 30 seconds to sign up and if my maths are correct I’m going to win £3,000 in the next 12 months, please can you all sign up to ensure I get my winnings each month.

Go on everyone, you know you want to, every pound helps.

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What took you so long? by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 17:49:42, 72 views. In reply to 'Boro draw - took me 30 seconds to sign up'

was there a queue at the post office?

I signed up in 2012 ;-)

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RE: What took you so long? by Dunno

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 18:01:55, 92 views. In reply to 'What took you so long? '

im tight and like to concentrate neural efforts on the weekly prediction league. I’ve decided to throw my all into the draw now there is no prediction league to win.

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Will this season stand? by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 2/4/2020 at 16:14:01, 140 views.

I realise the FA have decided to expunge all results from this season although apparently 60 odd non league clubs have put in a protest about this.
In my day (and probably still today) in motor racing events, if a race had completed 75% when it was stopped then the result stood. In our league 14 clubs (the majority) completed 75% with 8 only just under.
Whatever happens there will be some winners and some losers but I would suggest more losers if there are no promotions, not only to the teams at the top who have lost a year of their progression but also for those teams just below who miss out on promotion who have to play those top teams once again next season. The teams at the bottom, I’m sorry to say, are there for a reason and will more than likely enjoy their football more at the level below.
As the playoffs will be out of the question I guess, I would propose promoting the top two on a points per game basis. At least we will have some movement to get teams to their potential level sooner rather than later.
Even with Morpeth’s game advantage, the current top 2 would still go up. ie. Sth Shields and FCUM.

Any thoughts?

Edited on 02/04/20 at 16:19:03
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RE: Will this season stand? by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 2/4/2020 at 22:08:21, 121 views. In reply to 'Will this season stand?'

Your comparison to motorsport declaring a result is certainly true as far as British Superbike Championship goes (which I think is merely two-thirds distance).

It’s certainly hard to argue that Shields wouldn’t have been promoted had the season finished properly. They should be promoted under a points per game method. FCUM too. That would have been the fairest way.

Is it the fear of litigation that’s stopping the league declaring a result?

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RE: RE: Will this season stand? by Terry Hope

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 22:47:10, 126 views. In reply to 'RE: Will this season stand?'

Or is it just their grasp on what is important? Why do people not get this? Almost 4,000 have died and rising, the economy is on a knife edge; football is irrelevant. Promotion, relegation, it doesn’t matter. If the premier league was a going concern and not reliant on the support of one investor it would do the same.

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RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand? by MAlcD

Posted: 4/4/2020 at 20:25:12, 105 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Will this season stand?'

When all the news is of crisis and strife is it so wrong to indulge in a few moments of escapism and enjoyment? Will it cause the situation to deteriorate? Or will it provide a brief interlude of escapism to momentarily lighten the gloom?

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RE: RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand? by Dunno

Posted: 6/4/2020 at 13:23:12, 88 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand?'

i think it should be decided on Championship Manager. Ive re-run the season on one of the earlier noughties versions with the database editor. We currently play in a 200,000 capacity covered stadium and are just about to win the champions league. Ian Ironside is our top goal scorer and my extensive worldwide scouting network has resulted in £300m quid spent over the last couple of seasons. Stich a button on that.

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RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand? by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 7/4/2020 at 00:13:35, 76 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand?'

Couldn’t have said it better myself. Doesn’t take anything away from those suffering.

PMA

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Next season by Southern dog

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 13:17:34, 151 views.

Interested to hear people’s thoughts on how we need to strengthen next season. It will be difficult for many clubs to survive and if they do, their budgets will be much lower.
Also, will attendances fall?

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Attendances by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 13:41:07, 116 views. In reply to 'Next season '

It’s just pure speculation on my part, and I could well be wrong, but my guess is that attendances at first will actually rise, because people will have been so starved of events/entertainment/social gatherings etc that they will be going in droves, a bit like after the 2nd world war (not that I’m expecting it to be a six year lay-off, I hope not anyway!!!!)

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RE: Next season by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 20:01:41, 139 views. In reply to 'Next season '

It will be interesting to see what happens, there are a lot of clubs out there that will suffer, unfortunately. Hopefully some sort of solidarity will kick in from the upper tiers. It would cost relative peanuts to keep a huge number of non-league clubs going.

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RE: RE: Next season by Boro345

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 23:25:20, 144 views. In reply to 'RE: Next season '

The best way to prepare for next season is to pull together and donate through valley bar seadogs go fund me page and the virtual match days, agree about attendances think every will be craving seeing a football kicked they will take anything they can get

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RE: RE: Next season by Cynic

Posted: 1/4/2020 at 18:51:07, 127 views. In reply to 'RE: Next season '

As prem clubs (like Newcastle) are asking for Gov support to pay staff (rather than stopping one week’s pay to the first team and execs which would cover all non-playing staff pay for the year) I wouldn’t hold out much hope.

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RE: RE: RE: Next season by caslad User: caslad

Posted: 2/4/2020 at 03:57:54, 122 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Next season '

Surely all the top clubs have furloughed their staff so they receive 80% of their wages up to £2500mth? I mean, we’re all in this together right?!

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Thread: 93142

Prediction League Winner by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 18:47:37, 124 views.

With the season ending prematurely I’ve decided to declare the current league table as final. This means Malton Seadog is the Prediction League Champion. So congratulations to him! I take the runners-up spot and Garton Seadog finishes in third place.

Obviously the Prediction Cup only reached semi-final stage so unfortunately that will just have to be abandoned.

If anyone has any ideas on how to improve the prediction league for next season, i’m all ears. I was thinking of changing the points system to make it a bit fairer and also maybe introduce points for guessing the “first Boro goalscorer” with maybe 2 points for a striker, 5 for a midfielder and 8 for a defender or something like that. Anyway, any ideas let me know.

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RE: Prediction League Winner by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 20:32:08, 90 views. In reply to 'Prediction League Winner'

Basically when Dunno gets a decent number of points for predicting a 9-9 draw you know it needs tweaking ;-)

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RE: RE: Prediction League Winner by China seadog (now vietnam)

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 02:27:27, 97 views. In reply to 'RE: Prediction League Winner'

Thanks for all the great work! Made the season much more interesting, maybe next year I won’t go for a boro victory every week haha! Don’t change something that already works!

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this is an outrage by Dunno

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 12:19:04, 114 views. In reply to 'RE: Prediction League Winner'

im going to have to alter my strategy

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comments for next year by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 15:49:33, 377 views. In reply to 'this is an outrage'

Many thanks Armchair for this little bit of fun. Stopped early just when I was on a climb & fightback after starting late. I found predicting a loss took the edge off the gloom when it happened but obviously I was still more overjoyed when we won. :)
Maybe 3 points for an exact result, otherwise the same as this year for goals and win/lose prediction.
Also suggest crowd within 10 - 3 points, within 50 - 2 points, within 100 - 1 point

Got a very long closed season now and just when the weather had been great following all that wind week after week. Sods law.

PMA

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RE: comments for next year by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 18:41:01, 72 views. In reply to 'comments for next year'

Since my original post I notice the North Riding FA have announced their intention to complete this season’s NRSC. If that turns out to be the case then the Prediction Cup can be completed as that was left at semi-final stage too.

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Thread: 93141

All football below National League to end by Old Git

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 18:15:21, 117 views.

All football in England below the three divisions that make up the National League will end immediately and all results will be expunged.

It means there will be no promotion or relegation in these leagues.

The same will happen in the women’s game below the Women’s Super League and Championship level.

However, the National League, National League North and South, WSL and Women’s Championship will continue towards a conclusion “as quickly as possible".

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All results expunged by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 15:51:30, 121 views. In reply to 'All football below National League to end'

Good job Blotty didn’t score on his debut. :)

PMA

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Peanuts by Dunno

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 11:40:31, 139 views.

this should cheer you up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMPJZ4YZnqI

Edited by admin on 26/03/20 at 13:17:55
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covid 19 prince charles by Asian fan

Posted: 25/3/2020 at 11:05:45, 94 views.

UK coronavirus live: Prince Charles tests positive for Covid-19

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2019-20 season over by Self Isolated Willesden

Posted: 24/3/2020 at 19:00:20, 178 views.

https://www.betvictornorthernpremier.co.uk/statement-201920-season-61678

Stay safe everyone

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The History of Scarborough Athletic in video by Old Git

Posted: 21/3/2020 at 10:55:28, 210 views.

No footy to watch, anywhere?
Isolated at home or in a tent at the bottom of the garden?
Stuck for something to do apart from washing your one plate & cereal bowl while you chase away the foxes.
Why not watch the videos of Athletic that I shot over the years.
I’ve posted this link which should take you to the earliest videos and then you can work your way forward in time
and miss out the other video content that is on my youtube site.

WARNING my original camera was really crap, I bought it from Tesco and I think it
was made in the former Yugoslavia. I once visited the manufacturers home page.
That is what it was, one page, no images, just text.
I think all it said was
“We sell cameras, you buy NOW, Capitalist dogs"

So the quality of the earliest videos aren’t as good as the Hollywood epics I made later
but you do get to see the early games and most of the goals.
Another problem with the early camera was the lack of time due to the battery quality
so I never knew when it would run out so the action of the early games is entirely down to when
I chose to video which is why I missed Dave Thompson scoring Athletic’s first ever league goal.

When I first did these videos I didn’t actually have anywhere to post, it was only a few weeks after the season
started that I uploaded them so the first few are not in the exact date order but that isn’t a big issue,
just explaining how it is organised & why.

I also suggest using twitter feeds and having a look at what is available to watch this season from Brid & the Pikes.
WARNING 2 You do have to scroll down the twitter pages to find the video action

As the sun is out and your binoculars are telling you that your neighbour is up to something, you may want to watch
my videos later, when the weather turns or the police arrive and stick your neighbour into the back of a large van.

https://www.youtube.com/user/BionicBarmby/videos?view=0&sort=da&flow=grid

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RE: The History of Scarborough Athletic in video by Cynic

Posted: 21/3/2020 at 18:43:56, 146 views. In reply to 'The History of Scarborough Athletic in video'

Bigly muchly appreciated, as your great hero Mr Trump would say OG.

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Thread: 93135

breaking news by Asian fan

Posted: 19/3/2020 at 13:18:29, 217 views.

Coronavirus: English football suspension extended until at least 30 April

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Money loss by Boro345

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 12:08:38, 188 views.

Obviously the club is going to miss out on income and with players on contracts to pay this may put us in a awkward position, just seen Hyde United had set up an online shop so fans could still pay for things they get on match days such as virtual match tickets and virtual golden gamble. Maybe an idea the club can issue if fans were willing to donate?

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RE: Money loss by kms User: kms

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 12:26:22, 158 views. In reply to 'Money loss'

Does anyone know how many players are under contract?

Ds

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RE: RE: Money loss by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 14:23:16, 143 views. In reply to 'RE: Money loss'

My guess would be just Coulo and Wally. Could be one or two others too. I assume DK is on a contract.

The likes of South Shields and clubs in divisions above us who will have loads of players on contract and the ongoing costs of owning their own grounds are in a far worse position. It looks inevitable that many clubs will go to the wall. When the government bail-out money is announced Football clubs will be at the back of the queue.

It’s all incredibly bleak, e.g. if the current restrictions announced by the government yesterday have to be in place for 18 months (as many experts are predicting) then the 20/21 season is looking like a write-off too. When football does eventually recommence we could be looking at a major reorganisation of the leagues.

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RE: RE: RE: Money loss by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 14:25:15, 154 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Money loss'

Pretty sure Tommy is on a contract.

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RE: RE: RE: RE: Money loss by Geoff hooley

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 17:36:31, 160 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Money loss'

And Ryan watson

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RE: RE: RE: Money loss by Terry Hope

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 16:57:28, 145 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Money loss'

If this goes on for 18 months restructuring of football won’t even be on the radar! But more immediate as fans and/or owners the idea put forward of ‘donating’ home entrance fees for the remaining 4 games is a good one. Perhaps generate £20k. One hopes that the council will also help with out ground rent holidays.

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RE:RE: Money loss by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 18:04:05, 142 views. In reply to 'RE: Money loss'

I don’t think DK is on a contract, he is just on expenses. At least that is what I thought he said at the fans forum.
Pity we will miss the FC Utd gate which would have been our biggest of the season.

PMA

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re money by runningman

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 19:03:19, 155 views. In reply to 'RE:RE: Money loss'

What about selling advance season tickets for when the new season kicks off.I would buy mine now to generate some cashflow.

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Plans by Nick Finch

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 19:21:22, 184 views. In reply to 're money'

I am not getting into a discussion on here so please don’t bother asking questions. However, we have a board meeting Thursday evening to put a plan in place. You will see various financial things being put in place soon (including some or all of those mentioned above). We understand that everyone must prioritise but if you can help with any, some or all the schemes it would help massively.

Keep safe everyone and Up the Boro!

Nick Finch

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RE: Plans by Terry Hope

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 21:57:28, 195 views. In reply to 'Plans'

Quite right Nick there is a right place to exchange sensitive information and this is not it but I am sure the Board will keep the supporters informed of how best they can help either through the media or direct contact.

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Re:Plans by BoroNo7 User: BoroNo7

Posted: 18/3/2020 at 09:03:05, 209 views. In reply to 'Plans'

Thanks for the update Nick and you are right in avoiding getting into a detailed discussion about the situation on here

However speaking for myself , and perhaps some others I’d make the following points :-

SAFC is a success story on and off the field and has a good reputation within the game.It is in everyone’s interest that SAFC survives the financial crisis brought about by the virus.

The scale of the crisis and the fragile finances of many clubs , even into the EFL means that a “shake out” of clubs is likely

The club has a number of stakeholders , fans, players,staff, Scarborough Council, sponsors all come quickly to mind and you may know of others.

All of us stakeholders need to be prepared to contribute financially at this time to ensure the survival of the club in whatever way we can. I and many like me I’m sure would be prepared to contribute to some form of “Justgiving” fund for example

Hopefully most of our costs are variable focussed on games being played,.

However for those personnel costs which are not variable, putting it bluntly, the fact that a large number of players and staff from other higher level clubs will probably soon be looking for a new employer ought to concentrate minds and as for stadium costs it’s hard to see an alternative use of the Flamstad which would generate similar income for the council

Finally good luck to you and your fellow directors in these difficult times

…and UTB

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Thread: 93133

Tonight’s game is OFF n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 17/3/2020 at 12:08:23, 80 views.


Edited on 17/03/20 at 12:08:46
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Prediction League Table & Cup Semi-Final Draw by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 15/3/2020 at 22:53:26, 104 views.

China Seadog was the winner of yesterday’s low-scoring round. Malton Seadog extended his lead at the top to 6 points.

The next game, Gainsborough Trinity at home on 28th March, will be the Cup semi-final (but points will also count towards the league so keep your predictions coming).

Draw for Cup Semi-Finals:

thirskseadog v Stepney Seadog
Battersea v Malton Seadog

……………………………………..
PREMIER LEAGUE
……………………………………..
139 Malton Seadog (2)
133 Armchairdog (0)
132 Garton Seadog (2)
129 Seadog365 (2)
124 Stepney Seadog (0)
123 Burniston (2)
119 Tree (2)
114 Zante Seadog (2)
112 Athletico Seadog (2)
112 Seadog Update (0)

………………………………..
CHAMPIONSHIP
………………………………..
112 thirkseadog (2)
109 Battersea (2)
109 Merseydog (2)
85 Runningman (0)
84 MAlcD (2)
82 China Seadog (6)
33 Fendog
28 Caslad (0)
26 Dunno
23 Snainton Seadog

…………………………………
LEAGUE ONE
…………………………………
16 Connorseadog
11 Rawdon Seadog
8 Viking Seadog
4 Gaz safc
4 Towndog
3 Bill Robins
2 Aylesbury Seadog
2 safc admin
1 Roger
0 Big Baz
0 Stockholm Seadog
0 Welsh Seadog

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Thread: 93131

Fao Willesden… by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 15/3/2020 at 12:33:10, 142 views.

I’ve lost your number can you give me a bell.

Cheers

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

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Thread: 93130

Great win today by MAlcD

Posted: 14/3/2020 at 20:57:17, 147 views.

Any chance of a brief (or longer) report please?

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RE: Great win today by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 14/3/2020 at 22:09:39, 133 views. In reply to 'Great win today'

A fairly low key affair really. Basford had quite alot of the ball in the first half, but zero cutting edge. Boro defended well, the best Basford had was a nothing shot straight at Tommy Taylor. Wally scored when their keeper batted a shot from distance straight into his path. Probably just about deserved to go in in the lead at half time. Second half was definitely Boro’s, looked good going forward and would have got a second but for three or four excellent saves from the Basford keeper. On another day we might have had at least one penalty, too. Basford came into it more and more towards the end of the game - they stuck a centre back up front - Tommy made a great save right at the death to avoid an equaliser. It wasn’t spectacular, but got the job done. I thought Wally had an excellent game, Coulo and Thompson also linked up well. Kian Spence got on the ball alot, and had a good game. I like Tom Allen, too, big and strong, very commanding at the back today.

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RE: RE: Great win today by MAlcD

Posted: 15/3/2020 at 09:30:04, 107 views. In reply to 'RE: Great win today'

Many thanks for the report Tree - very much appreciated :)

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RE: Great win today by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 14/3/2020 at 22:11:18, 120 views. In reply to 'Great win today'

Was a decent gate too which, I’m told, was down to letting Forest season ticket holders in for free.

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RE: RE: Great win today by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 14/3/2020 at 23:25:09, 133 views. In reply to 'RE: Great win today'

Decent gate but barely heard a peep out of the play-off chasing home fans. But a great battling display by the Boro.

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Thread: 93129

Great result for Boro today. S Shields hate today 3,274. N/T by Seamer unregistered

Posted: 14/3/2020 at 17:01:34, 167 views.


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Sorry should be gate not hate. n/t. by Seamer unregistered

Posted: 14/3/2020 at 17:02:56, 103 views. In reply to 'Great result for Boro today. S Shields hate today 3,274. N/T'


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prem fl by Asian fan

Posted: 13/3/2020 at 11:17:40, 130 views.

Statement from the EFL: “The FA, Premier League, EFL and Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship have collectively agreed to postpone the professional game in England until 3 April at the earliest.

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RE: prem fl by Terry Hope

Posted: 13/3/2020 at 13:39:21, 141 views. In reply to 'prem fl '

If this season is cancelled do we have to start again next with Deacey?

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prem fl by Asian fan

Posted: 13/3/2020 at 15:15:16, 131 views. In reply to 'RE: prem fl '

as far as i understand there has been said below EFL so national league and all other carry on at present

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Games off by Seadog93

Posted: 13/3/2020 at 21:48:13, 147 views. In reply to 'prem fl'

Northern league have not postponed there league for the foreseeable future

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RE: Games off by Seadog93

Posted: 13/3/2020 at 21:48:29, 137 views. In reply to 'Games off'

NOW*

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RE: Games off by Seadog93

Posted: 13/3/2020 at 21:48:30, 162 views. In reply to 'Games off'

NOW*

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Re. Prediction League by Stepney Seadog 1

Posted: 11/3/2020 at 16:58:49, 89 views.

Basford 2-2 Scarborough
Attendance 296

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Can anybody stop South Shields winning the Title? by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 8/3/2020 at 17:37:56, 166 views.

Current title odds are:

South Shields 1/6
FCUM 5/1
Basford 12/1
Nantwich 50/1
Warrington 66/1

There’s a real six-pointer on Saturday as Shields entertain 2nd placed FCUM. If FCUM can get a result there (which not impossible given that South Shields will come off the back of a tough away midweek trip to Nantwich) things could get interesting. Aside from their blip last week at Bamber Bridge, FCUM seem to be running into form at the right time of the season.

On the subject of midweek games, I notice our opponents on Saturday, Basford Utd, have a league match on Thursday away at Micklover. So two games in 3 days for them should be a big advantage to us.

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I cant.. by Dunno

Posted: 8/3/2020 at 17:59:29, 150 views. In reply to 'Can anybody stop South Shields winning the Title?'

I cant even get my predictions correct. I was certain it was going to be 9-9 yesterday.

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RE: I cant.. by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 8/3/2020 at 18:07:15, 158 views. In reply to 'I cant..'

Well your 9-9 prediction got more points than two players yesterday, which makes me think there must be something wrong with the rules!

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RE: Can anybody stop South Shields winning the Title? by caslad User: caslad

Posted: 10/3/2020 at 13:21:57, 161 views. In reply to 'Can anybody stop South Shields winning the Title?'

To be fair SS have tried their damnedest to give everyone a chance. This league is so poor they should have been out of sight by now.

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RE: RE: Can anybody stop South Shields winning the Title? by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 10/3/2020 at 17:21:56, 160 views. In reply to 'RE: Can anybody stop South Shields winning the Title?'

I wouldn’t agree that it’s a poor league, just a very competitive one.

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