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is it prize money or are said company paying us for the hire of the ground etc ??????



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I may be wrong but as i understand the financial gain for our club is through the use of our facilities and not prize money.

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so its NOT prize money 



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The money we have rejected is prize money from a Bookmakers..In the other situation an organisation  are paying us to hire our facilities .This organisation are being funded through sponsership via a Bookmakers.I suppose its how many parts removed you are from the practice you disapprove of i suppose.



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B-T-G, A very precise description of such an important event. All it needs is Jean-Claude Juncker to give out the awards, to the team with the largest brown envelope, to compete with the Life of Brian.


Edited by 4wembleyfinals, 9 February 2018 - 10:51 PM.


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we also have a link to  betting.com for the non gamblers   



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Python definitely has a hand in this 'Con'-IFA! If you follow the link for ticket sales on the official ETFC website, you are given further links for individual matches. Click on one of those and you reach a page where you have to 'choose your team'. Click on that and a drop-down menu appears. Scroll down, and towards the end, after lots of 'never-even-heard-of-them' teams, you come to.... 'Yorkshire'!

So, they finally declared independence, but forgot to tell anyone!!!

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E by gum?

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So which team are the Enfield ultras going to get behind? And can we have half n half shirts??

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Gentlemen I don't think you are taking this seriously!!!!!! After all have you not noticed that it's going to take place at the " Donkeydrome" . 


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Started out on a serious note.

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"Not taking this seriously" 4WF? Come, come, sir! How could you say such a thing? However, since you've nudged our memories regarding the Donkeydome, I have to say I'm somewhat disappointed that "100 Acre Wood" didn't make it to the Finals (Eeyore is really stubborn centre half and Winnie The Pooh just floats through midfield like a bear holding a balloon). I remember well their classic encounter with Narnia (who, unfortunately, also failed to qualify).

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A bit of humour before ninety minutes of misery watching us play is not a bad thing ....

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So which team are the Enfield ultras going to get behind? And can we have half n half shirts??

 

I shall be supporting ABY (anyone but Yaaaaaaaarksheeeeeere)


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B-H-G I accept your admonishment except you have not mentioned "Tinker-Bell"  whose speed is fantastic   on the wing. She also seems to always get the opposing captain Hooked.



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Two attractive, very interesting, Group B opening fixtures have been confirmed for our Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, in the 2018 CONIFA World Football Cup, on Thursday 31st May.

12.00 Noon  Abkhazia  v  Tibet

3.00pm       Northern Cyprus  v  Felvidek


Don't miss these matches. Abkhazia are the current World Football Cup holders.







 


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Presumably this would be the same Abkhazia that partook of the 'ethnic cleansing' (i.e. indiscriminate murder of men, women and children) of Georgians in their own land? And we are welcoming their representatives (i.e. their team) to our stadium, while at the same time getting a bit sniffy at bookmakers?

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Wow that takes the moral debate up a level.... im not sure you will get much response on that one BTG.... ?

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You're probably right Theo. After all, we wouldn't want to trouble our pretty little heads about industrial-scale murder, would we? Not when it's the bookies causing all the problems.

Anyway, here's an extract concerning one of the episodes that occured during the killing. It's rather ironic in the circumstances, and deeply sickening:

"After the fall of Gagra, the victors started to pillage, rape, and torture followed by summary executions of everyone who was captured and failed to flee the city in time. At 5:00 pm on October 1, civilians (approximately 1000–1500 people) were rounded up and placed under the guard at the soccer stadium in downtown Gagra. On October 6, close to 50 civilians had been found hanging on electricity poles. Soon after, children, elderly, women and men who were detained on the soccer stadium were gunned down and dumped in mass graves not far from the stadium."

Just something to bear in mind when they come to OUR stadium.

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B-T-G, Gosh you have opened a hornets nest. I think the PC brigade are running for cover.






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