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Originally Posted By: LgeChairman
You are right to praise your side, a truly majestic performance and awesome going forward ! The best ESL performance I have seen for a long while, I loved every minute of it. Enfield 1893 in scoring the most goals ever at home for an ESL side in the F A Cup just bettered the all-time F A Cup ESL record set by Stansted at Clacton in 1997 which was 7-2.


Firstly, I'd just like to say how much of a compliment that is coming from the League Chairman and how pleased we were to represent the ESL in such a way. What pleased me more than most was not the actual scoreline, although that was nice, but the football we played and the pace we played it at. I could probably count on just one hand the amount of times we gave the ball and that for me, was key to such a dominant performance. Lets just hope this wasn't a one off and that we can go on and set a few more records this season!!

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well done e's i'll soon be back roaring u on - once the cricket season has finished.
great result - fingers crossed in the next round -
lets hope we can replicate this form in the league
7 different scorers as well bodes well for the future.
c u soon

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Originally Posted By: coupwotcoup
How bitter and twisted...signing another ten up this week are we? smile


oh god, stop it. if you keep this level of abuse we might have to report you to the admins. its too much. i'm amazed by how much interest you have in ETFC. why not come to a game if you are so keen?

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Originally Posted By: enfield_paul
Originally Posted By: coupwotcoup
How bitter and twisted...signing another ten up this week are we? smile


oh god, stop it. if you keep this level of abuse we might have to report you to the admins. its too much. i'm amazed by how much interest you have in ETFC. why not come to a game if you are so keen?
The Gentleman's entitled to his opinion , You Cliquey's haven't taken over the forum yet you know .

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Originally Posted By: enfield_paul
Originally Posted By: coupwotcoup
How bitter and twisted...signing another ten up this week are we? smile


oh god, stop it. if you keep this level of abuse we might have to report you to the admins. its too much. i'm amazed by how much interest you have in ETFC. why not come to a game if you are so keen?


Won't be long.. smile

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Originally Posted By: Tom S
Originally Posted By: Jimmy Jazz

Best performance since beating Sutton 5-0 at their place when they were top of the table. Absolutely fantastic!


When did 1893 play Sutton?
Jim was speaking in an EFC past tense you nobhead .

Anyway boys what a good win ,I thought Wayne Grant was back with us ? I note he didn't play from the report . One more round and we might get someone half decent ,and I dont mean the Cliquey's either grin

I've Been busy over at climate camp for the past few days ,What a great experience but I had to come home today for a shower and to charge my electeric razor and change my clobber . Not a good idea roughing it when you have irritable bowell syndrone like i have . see you sometime . Kev .

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Shower Ok I can just about go with that but

ELECTRIC SHAVER

To go to a climate camp and then use an electric shaver.

The mind boggles.

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"no to heathrow expantion"

what?

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Originally Posted By: Steph
Shower Ok I can just about go with that but

ELECTRIC SHAVER

To go to a climate camp and then use an electric shaver.

The mind boggles.
I doubt there's much running water over at blackheath for a wet shave steph. Anyway the cost of pumping water and the usage of and sewage treatment thereafter is enviromentally damaging Isn't it . Lets face it I doubt the council over there will supply any sort of services for the that bunch of freaks.. Lol

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What with MFM's Irritable bowl syndrome.Its probably best not to mention strains on the sewage system.

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What is wrong with a beard?

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Don't forget that the 'climate camp' is in the lovely posh area of Blackheath.So he's got to look keep up apperances and look smart.A scruffy beard would never do.

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Well he can clip it with scissors.

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All that carbon produced in generationg the electricity and the profits it gives to a major corporation, must make you wonder why you protest about the production that produces all those nasty chemicles and the profits made not to mention all the electricity used to power your computer to further the protest!!!

As a great man once said "Have you ever felt cheated, then?"

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Originally Posted By: Tom S
Originally Posted By: Jimmy Jazz

Best performance since beating Sutton 5-0 at their place when they were top of the table. Absolutely fantastic!


When did 1893 play Sutton?


You know what I meant sir, let's not start that nonsense up again. Last week was like watching an Enfield side of old. As it goes I watched Crawley Green again yesterday (my friend was referee) and I expected them to get thumped, but it didn't happen.

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Boys, Enfield 1893 and Enfield Town, lived in Enfield 'til 1986, used to watch them at Southbury Road until the council showed their support for 'their' local team.
Would be nice if one of ya's or both got back up the ladder to the levels of yesteryear.
Which then is the team rising from the ashes, 1893 or Town?




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