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That's a brilliant theory CG but we all have our favourites including Andy Ford.

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The team that won 6-0 against a side near the top of the table sounds like a good one to me!! <img src="/images/graemlins/excited.gif" alt="" />

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it is a good theory,but not yet the case with us.As much as I would like to feel as confident with any fleet player playing instead of another, I don't.
O'reilly never played aswell as wilko has this year.
Duku is no mooro or shears.etc.
Some players are excellent replacements for injuries etc,but not quite first teamers.

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Duku at his best might have been - but alas, this season's performances have not been his best.

I'm sure most Ryman clubs would snap him up.

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i have to admit before i started following the Fleet more regularly, Duku was talked about as a real prospect. But, from what i've seen (except Margate away) he's looked very poor and mediocre. Also he must be the slowest black man i've ever seen! No racist offence intended.

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without sounding like im making a huge generalisation.black men as a rule are extremely quick.you only have to look at any sprint final for about the last 20 years,since alan wells at least.And in football aswell,the black players are like lightning.It's not racist,but us white people are very slow.

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Fast Twitch Muscle Fibres, boys.

We have a higher ratio of slow twitch fibres hence why marathon runners are never said colour.

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Fast Twitch Muscle Fibres, boys.

We have a higher ratio of slow twitch fibres hence why marathon runners are never said colour.


Yeah right, just watch the Ethiopeans and Kenyans win every event from 800 metres to the marathon at the olympics.

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I do a richard C, and go A level Pe on you. Eithiopians and Kenyans are the best long distance runners because in their countries that is the only sport that is really concentreated on because it brings them international recognition and so funding is disproportionate towards long and middle distance running.

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what about the fact that they have to run 26 miles to get to school.the theory being that the quicker you get there,the less likely you are to get eaten on the way by a lion?sod that,and i thought getting the bus in the rain was bad!

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Anyway, back to the original thread. I will now totally contradict myself with my best team of the season.

Wilkerson
Gledhill Shearer Moore Skinner
Protheroe Drury McKimm Perkins
Haworth Essendoh

Bench :Walshe, Mitten, Owen, Abbey, Pinnock

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Well if Mitten gets a place on the bench with no minutes under his belt I think Manny can feel hard done by to be left out.

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I think his team is based on the theory that every team needs a 2nd choice 'keeper on the bench.....

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With Wilko's injury record, you almost need 2 keepers on the bench!!!

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With Lee "the cat" Shearer in the side who needs one

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well seeing as its a team of the season,surely that keeper should be o'reilly rather than mitten?!?!




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