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in recent seasons we can hardly be accused of being quick off the blocks.. our first 5 games hardly look easy either (mind you do any at this level) away to the favourites, local derby at home , another trek to exeter and home games against barnet and tamworth

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I am glad we have a fairly hard start to the season as it is best to get the better teams out of the way. e.g carlisle, exeter & barnet, gravesend will be hard due to the fact that its a derby.
it will also show the players what standard they will have to set themselvs if they want to do well. If we were to play well against carlisle then the player will then know they will have to play like that every week as carlisle will be up there or there abouts

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carlisle away for a 1st game is great, our players (and theirs) will be treating it like a cup final rather than another leauge match like they would if it was half way thought the season. i think both sides are gonna play a cracker and it will be win win for all the fans. or am i just dreaming!

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On a serious note, there are NO easy games in the Conference. If you, your manager or your team think that then they are in for a big shock.
Even relegated teams in April fought for every ball and played hard to win.
Be warned..

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i dont think any of us on this forum, our manager or players think there are any easy games in the conference

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I would of thought Gravesend was a easy game

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no.. they have gone all 'effective' and 'unbeaten for ages' and if they hadnt had a crap start last season would have been close to the play offs .. it will be good to be playing them again, hopefully in front of a good sized suitably drunk tuesday night crowd

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one of the games im looking forward to most

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God, what a hideous avatar!!
looking forward to the derbies, though, big crowds, good, witty banter , unfortunatly we will probably be segregated this time.

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Looking forward to the fleet invasion across the water and taking the three points back home to Kent.
Does JK still have the switch to the floodlights under his seat?

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how many fan yer takin to cufc, allaway fans welcome in the BEEHIVE PUB for a few pre match sherbets. [color:"blue"] [/color] <img src="/images/graemlins/tongue.gif" alt="" />

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ps, dont forget yer chirpy cockney wit n banter, can yer bring us some jellied eels op north, aswere gettin sick of eating whippets, thanks in jest. [color:"blue"] [/color] <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> bob.

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About 200 fella. We'll bring you some candy floss!!!

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not sure about the jellied eels though bob coz nine hours on a coach they might start to smell a bit <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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Sherbet being my favorite pre match tipple it would be helpful to know where the Beehive Pub is in relation to the ground please? <img src="/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

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Beehive

From Mortway , The Pub is on left 150 yrds passed entance to ground.

From the station Its on the right as you walk towards the ground.

Ie if you find the ground you will find the pub.

Note that there aren't many other options, One is thje rugby club. If you call them and let them know you have a bus coming they usually can accomodate. Rugby club is a 2 mins walk from ground.





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i have hurd that canvey fans are only allowed to drink in the rugby club

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That's OK. I'm supposed to be meeting a mate who's a Carlisle fan in the Rugby club.

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Let's guess who Yellow Army's going for this time <img src="/images/graemlins/tongue.gif" alt="" />

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Eh? Totally confused!!




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