Jump to content

Adverts are hidden for all 'Gold Members' - sign up for just £10 a year by clicking here | Advertise here for just 25p per 1,000 impressions - click here
Welcome to Fans Focus. You are currently viewing as a guest. Please login or register to post.    

Sign in icon Sign In Register Register Help Help Login with Facebook Login with Twitter

League section covering 2,000+ clubs - check out your division and club page click here!

Recent Topics

Recent Status Updates
(Update your status via the dropdown
to the right of your name (top left))

View All Updates

Upcoming Calendar Events

There are no forthcoming calendar events

Today's Birthdays ( 12-December 17 )

  • Photo
    Hornet

    Age: 57

  • Photo
    Riversider

    Age: 50

  • Photo
    tigersfan

    Age: 33

  • Photo
    theboss

    Age: 46

  • Photo
    beatsurrender

    Age: 40

  • Photo
    ebbsfleet is for life

    Age: 63

  • Photo
    sportingevenings

    Age: 52


NEW SEASON COVERAGE

- - - - -

  • Please log in to reply
regular view basic view
23 replies to this topic

#1
offline Guest__*

Guest__*
  • rank
    Offline
  • Joined: --
Get all the latest news and scores for the Fleet this season with BBC Radio Kent. Tune in 5 times a day every weekday, (0630, 0830, 1320, 1730, 1830), fridays from 1800 - 1900 and on saturdays between 1400 - 1800. You can also get the travel news every 15 minutes to get you home on matchdays. 96.7FM, 104.2FM, 774MW, DAB Digital Radio and on line bbc.co.uk/kent Have a great season!

#2
offline American FLEET FAN No1

American FLEET FAN No1
  • Youth Team Coach
    Offline
  • Posts: 11,634
  • Joined: 14 Nov 2003
At this time you CANNOT get the usual internet commentary on the official website for away matches......BUMMER!!!!!!! <img src="/images/graemlins/bawling.gif" alt="" />

#3
offline Alan W (GNFC)

Alan W (GNFC)
  • National Squad - 2nd XI
    Offline
  • Posts: 3,873
  • Joined: 23 Dec 2001
Just use Radio Kent website - assuming RK are retaining match coverage on Saturdays (the first post doesnt make that clear) - mind you, with Margate gone, could we have commentaries on the Web for both home and away games?? (not that the home games bother me as I'll usually be there)

#4
offline Guest__*

Guest__*
  • rank
    Offline
  • Joined: --
The above posting is a generic one we've put on all forums but our intention is to carry on with away commentaries on the website as last season where facilities and terms allow. We probably won't do home commentaries, but might do if they start to really matter. We'll still be at all the matches until there's definitely nothing on the games. My experience is, even with Gills, that there aren't that many people listening to home commentaries.

Enjoy the season. Sounds like it'll be a good one.



#5
offline Charles Webster

Charles Webster
  • First XI - Weekly Contract
    Offline
  • Posts: 415
  • Joined: 21 May 2002
I will be using the magic box of tricks at Dorchester on Saturday to bring you extensive coverage in full colour on Radio Kent 96.7 FM. No shoddy mobiles this time!(Unless I forget how to use the kit).

I am travelling down tomorrow for the Salisbury game and will probably be able to give you a mini report from that match during Saturday's coverage. We seem to be the only footie match being covered by RK on Saturday so I might drift off into Henry Blofeld type "china clouds scudding across azure skies" commentary or on the other hand I may struggle to string two words together as usual.

I might also be able to bring you up to date on Rob's progress with the inflatable sheep he is sharing a tent with in Salisbury on Friday night. He says she is warm, caring, kind, considerate and, above all, bendy. The rest of the Half Way Line have chosen to doss in a bijou hotel in Bournemouth which we booked with our Saga charge cards. Bring on the Sanatogen - there's gonna be a riot in the West Country!!!

#6
offline Stu M

Stu M
  • National Squad - 1st XI
    Offline
  • Posts: 6,503
  • Joined: 17 May 2002
Quote:
Charles Webster said:
Rob's progress with the inflatable sheep he is sharing a tent with in Salisbury on Friday night. He says she is warm, caring, kind, considerate and, above all, bendy.



I thought he'd put Sally out to pasture by now... Is that where all that money we pay him goes...?

#7
offline American FLEET FAN No1

American FLEET FAN No1
  • Youth Team Coach
    Offline
  • Posts: 11,634
  • Joined: 14 Nov 2003
Quote:
Alan W (GNFC) said:
Just use Radio Kent website - assuming RK are retaining match coverage on Saturdays (the first post doesnt make that clear) - mind you, with Margate gone, could we have commentaries on the Web for both home and away games?? (not that the home games bother me as I'll usually be there)


Thats like paying for a Rolls-Royce.......and getting a LADA!

#8
offline James

James
  • First XI - Sub's Bench
    Offline
  • Posts: 283
  • Joined: 5 Aug 2003
Can I just correct you Stu the sheeps name is Flossie and having just spoken to Rob on his mobile he is sitting in Salisbury market square spending the money he gets from us on a well earned pint and talking fondly of how amorous Flossie is looking ready for tonight.

#9
offline Stu M

Stu M
  • National Squad - 1st XI
    Offline
  • Posts: 6,503
  • Joined: 17 May 2002
He's taking his life in his hands talking about Flossie in the centre of Salisbury. There'll be 400 randy old farmers surrounding him within minutes.

#10
offline James

James
  • First XI - Sub's Bench
    Offline
  • Posts: 283
  • Joined: 5 Aug 2003
Life wasnt the only thing that he hadnt taken in hand

#11
offline Guest__*

Guest__*
  • rank
    Offline
  • Joined: --
Mr Webster you disappoint me, after all my hours of trying to coach you the correct way i expect at least 3 words together

anyway how the devil are you old boy, im still recovering from going down south the other day (warrington) - No really it was Griffin park Brentford ,Wigan warriors were there so proper Rugby None of your Kick and clap you understand.


I have told RK im here if needed so you might have to suffer me sometimes this year - Morecambe away Aug 21 - sounds good if Matt okays it, and if my memory serves me right ,you didnt go to Christie Park last year in an epic 2-2 draw

The bard of Knotty ash

#12
offline David Holden

David Holden
  • Youth Team Coach
    Offline
  • Posts: 8,757
  • Joined: 5 Sep 2001
  • Location: Gravesend
  • Supports: Gravesend & Northfleet
  • Foes: Dartford
Quote:
Anonymous said:
anyway how the devil are you old boy, im still recovering from going down south the other day (warrington) - No really it was Griffin park Brentford ,Wigan warriors were there so proper Rugby None of your Kick and clap you understand.


Lost to the Southern Softies didn't you?

#13
offline chris blanc

chris blanc
  • First XI - Permanent
    Offline
  • Posts: 2,571
  • Joined: 4 Jan 2003
Isn't there a web site showing at least clips of all the conference games? does anyone have the address?

#14
offline David Holden

David Holden
  • Youth Team Coach
    Offline
  • Posts: 8,757
  • Joined: 5 Sep 2001
  • Location: Gravesend
  • Supports: Gravesend & Northfleet
  • Foes: Dartford
Click here

#15
offline Charles Webster

Charles Webster
  • First XI - Weekly Contract
    Offline
  • Posts: 415
  • Joined: 21 May 2002
Dear Bard

Much to my shame I have never been to Morecambe. On botrh occasions we have been there I have managed to make it coincide with overseas trips and have forfeited the journey. Alas, this time I can't wriggle out of it and I think I will be experiencing the famous Morecambe chip shop for the first time. I trust the famous Kinsella hot pot has been working overtime in the summer brewing and stewing scouse to lay down for consumption in the coming season and I look forward to sharing a flagon of it with you - even though you still need to reciprocate for the bag of chips I bought you at Burton. So until the Bard and Lard show goes live again, it's goodnight from him and it's au revoir from Les Riggs love child.

#16
offline chris blanc

chris blanc
  • First XI - Permanent
    Offline
  • Posts: 2,571
  • Joined: 4 Jan 2003
thanks Dave

#17
offline EUFC FAN

EUFC FAN
  • First XI - Weekly Contract
    Offline
  • Posts: 531
  • Joined: 10 Jan 2004
It's probably just me, but I get an "Unknown Error has Occurred" when I click on any of the GNFC clips on that site! (www.conferencefootball.tv)! <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

#18
offline Gordon T

Gordon T
  • First XI - Sub
    Offline
  • Posts: 1,204
  • Joined: 31 Jan 2003
it was nice to see the interviews they did, and the fact they will have highlights. My only complaint comes now as i have just seen on there that we will be treated to all hereford away games on conferencefootball.tv. NO BULL

#19
offline Alan W (GNFC)

Alan W (GNFC)
  • National Squad - 2nd XI
    Offline
  • Posts: 3,873
  • Joined: 23 Dec 2001
Has anyone found the links yet for the internet commentary ?? The BBC Radio Kent site doesnt seem to have an obvious link??

#20
offline Stu M

Stu M
  • National Squad - 1st XI
    Offline
  • Posts: 6,503
  • Joined: 17 May 2002
Quote:
GNFC FAN said:
It's probably just me, but I get an "Unknown Error has Occurred" when I click on any of the GNFC clips on that site! (www.conferencefootball.tv)!


Hmm. I get that too. Trying to update my Windows Media Player from version 8 to 9, but I have a feeling that won't work...




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users

View New Posts

List of all CLUBS on Fans Focus