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Nice one Mr Trappy . Enfield Phoenix FC , Now that I like the sound of as a new name for the club . :applaus:

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You seem to be starting from the position of where ETFC were 9 years ago.Another decade bites the dust.

Edited by lovely stuff, 10 April 2010 - 10:57 AM.


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P!ss off you mug, Some of you are just pathetic..I thought you had your own team to follow? Do you see anyone from here try to force their opinion upon your club?
You seem to have a right to talk about our club like it's got something to do with you when it suits you..
We made our choices years ago, get over it, move on and focus on your own club!

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Yet another step along the road away from Enfield FC as the original club disappears further into the mists of history.

That club died the day we moved out of Southbury Road Mr. B nothing is impossible but being the 'Kings of Non-League Football' once again is probably too big an ask for any Enfield club. I don't see 1893 as anything like the Enfield of old but that's ok.How's the young lady who broke her leg at Newport Pagnell getting on btw?


She is back working but so far she is listening to medical advice and not returned to football yet.

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Yet another step along the road away from Enfield FC as the original club disappears further into the mists of history.

That club died the day we moved out of Southbury Road Mr. B nothing is impossible but being the 'Kings of Non-League Football' once again is probably too big an ask for any Enfield club. I don't see 1893 as anything like the Enfield of old but that's ok.How's the young lady who broke her leg at Newport Pagnell getting on btw?


She is back working but so far she is listening to medical advice and not returned to football yet.



Well that's good news at least, easy to forget that the players we watch have got the day job and the bills to worry about.

LS - Ricci Crace seen him play a few times would need to see him play a few more I think before I can make my mind up. What I do know is that Brimsdown have completely underachieved this season, if they weren't folding they could have very possibly got relegated.

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Plenty of talent in the brimo team,but also plenty of attitude and comittment problems as well.

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"The chairman also explained why he had resisted numerous offers of a merger from Enfield Town, the club who broke away from Enfield FC, but took up Brimsdown’s approach instead.

“I just didn’t feel it was the right thing for us to do,” he said. “I think this is a much better way for us to go forward"

i bet. get someone else to do all of the work on the ground. happy days indeed.
playing in brimsdown is bound to attract more fans than the centre of enfield town.


So who's doing all the work on the Q E ground then ?, Paid for by Enfield residents council tax I would guess, I suggest you Townies call yourselves" Enfield Council FC ". I suggest EFC/Brimmo ask for assistance with brimsdown. After all fairs fair is it not .

Edited by Eric's here Again, 13 April 2010 - 12:42 PM.


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Brimsdown SSC got assistance from the council last season,when the they were awarded a share of a new 30 year lease on the ground at Goldsdown road ,even though they didn't show the greatest of competence when in possession of the previous longterm lease.

Regarding the QE..The council are paying to refurbish the outside of the building and the running track.Town will raise most of the money for the football side of the stadium.

Ps..To be fair, even though i believe the council do owe 1893 fans as well as town fans.
,They were never going to favour an organisation that has never represented or played in Enfield,over to one that has play in and shown commitment to the borough for over a decade.




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