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I'm sure you will all want to join me in welcoming Haringey Borough to the Essex Senior League next season, they are a very hospitable Club so you will be welcomed to their Coles Park home with open arms and the derby's with Haringey & Waltham Development will be something to look forward to!



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I hope they have sorted out that door that takes from the changing rooms to the club house. Last time we played there our Nigerian international Churchill Titor Addingi had his wrist watch and jumper nicked!!!

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you will be welcomed to their Coles Park home with open arms

 

Unlike you



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I hope they have sorted out that door that takes from the changing rooms to the club house

Yes, it was an open invitation wasn't it



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As they rightly state on another Forum, it makes perfect sense to take Haringey Borough out of their SSML comfort zone, where they have played for many years, and put the Club into the Essex Senior League:

 

http://nonleaguematt...cgi?post=496248



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A list of Haringey Borough's pre-season games, I see that Tilbury visit Coles Park on 20 July:

 

http://www.haringeyb...dex.php?p=games



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A list of Haringey Borough's pre-season games, I see that Tilbury visit Coles Park on 20 July:

 

http://www.haringeyb...dex.php?p=games

 

All Home fixtures :blink:



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Which League New Salamis play???I thought there a Parma Ham and Mozzarella League once!!! Lol

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Which League New Salamis play???I thought there a Parma Ham and Mozzarella League once!!! Lol

Pete the Greek will no doubt be happy to answer that question for you



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So it's all down to Coles Park this afternoon (Sunday) then:

 

VERY SPECIAL DATE -  SEE SPURS IN ACTION AT COLES PARK for £5 - on SUNDAY 16th JUNE  
 
The TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR LEGENDS will play the MAURITIAN ALL STARS. To raise funds for the Mauritian Orphanage Foundation.
 
Plenty of parking on site. 3.30pm start 
Free entry for kids under 10
For further information and tickets call                          
07738 518884 or 07894 541954


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Here's something on the above game folks, I see the likes of John Lacy, Tony Galvin, Stuart Nethercott, Garry Brooke, Justin Edinburgh, Ruel Fox, Mark Falco and David Howells trod the hallowed Coles Park turf:

 

http://www.haringeyi...ritian_orphans/



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I see that Haringey Borough have an interesting looking FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round draw, at home to Rushden & Higham United on 17 August



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If Haringey Borough somehow manage to beat United Counties League outfit Rushden & Higham United in the FA Cup they will entertain AFC Hayes and, in the unlikely event they reach the First Qualifying Round they will travel to either Ware, Wembley or AFC Kempston Rovers, the latter of whom the Coles Park Club have coincidentally met in the last two seasons of the competition:

 

http://www.tottenham..._vase_1_2272898



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Clifford old chap you're posting to a dead forum & a nearly dead league.
Don't think you'll get many bites on here.

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Which League New Salamis play???I thought there a Parma Ham and Mozzarella League once!!! Lol

 

New Salamis play in the Cypriot (KOPA) Sunday League.



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Clifford old chap you're posting to a dead forum & a nearly dead league.
Don't think you'll get many bites on here.

 

But at least it's his forum now and he can say whatever he likes without any reprimands



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If Haringey Borough somehow manage to beat United Counties League outfit Rushden & Higham United in the FA Cup they will entertain AFC Hayes and, in the unlikely event they reach the First Qualifying Round they will travel to either Ware, Wembley or AFC Kempston Rovers, the latter of whom the Coles Park Club have coincidentally met in the last two seasons of the competition:

 

http://www.tottenham..._vase_1_2272898

In the unlikely event that Haringey Borough win a match this season I am sure that as their most ardent and optimistic supporter you will be delighted for all concerned at the Club



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In the unlikely event that Haringey Borough win a match this season I am sure that as their most ardent and optimistic supporter you will be delighted for all concerned at the Club


Interesting comment - I actually think Haringey Borough will possibly win the ESL this year - I certainly see them in top 3.

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Interesting comment

Yes, particularly from the Club's Chairman!



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Yes, particularly from the Club's Chairman!

I think dear Clifford you will find that was a pixx take in response to your absurd comments about our cup run but do not worry I will not be biting anymore . Unfortunately there are people on this forum who do not know you .   






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