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1. Well done to Chairman Steve, going onto the pitch and shaking hands with players and officials from both sides was nice to see.

2. I understand The ETFC Chairman did not go in the Boardroom at any time, Just wondered Why ?

3. Spitting - Loads of people saw it, Its not in the spirit of the game, the ETFC player that did it and I am not going to mention him here should be punished.

4. The day was a great advert for football, Enfield as a Borough need a side back in the higher levels of non-league or even league football. Lets put to rest the idea of the sides ever getting back together. And get on with playing football and may the best team win.

5. How much are the videos or DVD's of the game going for as i missed the goal.

6. So did Mark Wiggs

7. Great show by Ware Football Club. making everyone welcome.

8. Was there really any need for Mr Blod to be there.

9. Great food in the match ball sponsors area cheers Steve and co (not forgetting Vikki)

10. If only one person decides to come back after watching that, it will be a good job done, any more than that is a bonus. (having said that i know one already) GREAT JOB

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Will it pursuade you to leave Cheshunt and come back into the fold Robert.?

It's funny how so many fairweather EFC supporters are currently secretaries at OTHER clubs.

Nice to see you praising 'Chairman Steve' whilst engaging in your favourite sport..ie..stirring it up with regard to ETFC.

Glad to see you sponsering the match ball on Sunday.....Everyone criticises Town supporters for jumping ship.Don't forget they were not the only ones.

I even heard chants of 'Traitors' from the small EFC fanbase.Lets not forget that 'ENFIELD FOOTBALL CLUB supporters association' voted overwhealmingly five years ago to break away and form Enfield Town.Were we the traitors for reforming or were you the traitors for staying. It certainly prolonged Lazarou's interest in the club for a further two years and hindered the unity of non league football in Enfield.If we were 100% united at the time.The shell of EFC (as it was at the time of the split) would have collasped and we would have all built ourselves a furture as a reborn EFC.ETFC would have assimilated with the deceased 'Enfield fC' almost immediatly and we would all be now watching a reborn supporters run EFC.Instead 20% watch one club .50% watch another,whilst about 30% have are fed up with the situation and will watch neither.

When people blame ETFC supports for the fact that there are two teams representing ENFIELD. I feel that EFC supporters that stayed behind aginst the wishes of the majority of EFC fans ,hold as much ,if not more responsability for that situation .

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Point no. 2 - I wasn't there obviously, but this has been corrected on another thread. I understand that the ETFC chairman did go into the boardroom.

Either way, I'm not sure how it concerns the secretary of Cheshunt FC!

Point 3 - never mind the spirit, it's against the Laws of the game!

Point 4 appears to be self-contradictory.

Point 8 - what a waste of money that must have been.

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Will it pursuade you to leave Cheshunt and come back into the fold Robert.?

Never left

It's funny how so many fairweather EFC supporters are currently secretaries at OTHER clubs.

Who do you mean ? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />


Nice to see you praising 'Chairman Steve' whilst engaging in your favourite sport..ie..stirring it up with regard to ETFC.

If you take any of it as stiring that was not the intent, These are just my own observations or things I was told.

I even heard chants of 'Traitors' from the small EFC fanbase.Lets not forget that 'ENFIELD FOOTBALL CLUB supporters association' voted overwhealmingly five years ago to break away and form Enfield Town.Were we the traitors for reforming or were you the traitors for staying. It certainly prolonged Lazarou's interest in the club for a further two years and hindered the unity of non league football in Enfield.If we were 100% united at the time.The shell of EFC (as it was at the time of the split) would have collasped and we would have all built ourselves a furture as a reborn EFC.ETFC would have assimilated with the deceased 'Enfield fC' almost immediatly and we would all be now watching a reborn supporters run EFC.Instead 20% watch one club .50% watch another,whilst about 30% have are fed up with the situation and will watch neither.

When people blame ETFC supports for the fact that there are two teams representing ENFIELD. I feel that EFC supporters that stayed behind aginst the wishes of the majority of EFC fans ,hold as much ,if not more responsability for that situation .


As for Traitors I have never called ETFC that and did not on sunday, even though i was standing close to other that did.

As for staying behind against the majority you are only taking into account the members of the trust at the time. what about those that never were members.

the number add up more decided to go than stay but how many never joined the trust ?

I Did Not and i know 13 others by mane that did not, I know that not enough to change what happened but it shows other were out there.

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Point no. 2 - I wasn't there obviously, but this has been corrected on another thread. I understand that the ETFC chairman did go into the boardroom.

Either way, I'm not sure how it concerns the secretary of Cheshunt FC!

I was not at the game as the Chesunt Secretray I was there as an Enfield Supporter and the match ball sponsor and I was told by a reliable person that he did not go in the board room so I ask why.


Point 3 - never mind the spirit, it's against the Laws of the game!

So whats going to be done about it


Point 8 - what a waste of money that must have been.

Agree that was my point

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Hmm, an official of one Ryman club openly declaring himself to be a supporter of another Ryman club! OK - only joking! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

As I say, a "reliable person" on the forum has confirmed that Chairman Dave did enter the hallowed halls of the boardroom. Maybe we shall never know. No doubt the cleaners have been in since Sunday, so all the forensic evidence has been contaminated.

Point 3 - presumably nothing as the referee and assistants didn't see the alleged incident, nor did the police officers, and I doubt if the FA will scrutinise the TV evidence. Internal disciplinary matters need not concern an Enfield supporter or a Cheshunt secretary. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Well let's at least hope the old bill enjoyed the game. Maybe they were there to scrutinise the raffle at half time. Were they counted in the gate figure, I wonder?

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and i know 13 others by mane

Stop horsing around and get to the point!

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My point was that not everyone joined the supporters trust in the first place.

so when pepole on here go on about the vote and how many voted to start a new club they can only talk about the trust members not the whole Enfield Supporters Club.

There were people in the Trust that were not in the supporters club as well.

Even now you have supporters that are not in your society so any vote that ever took place to merge with or to not merge with Enfield would not include them either.

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[quote]Point no. 2 - I wasn't there obviously, but this has been corrected on another thread. I understand that the ETFC chairman did go into the boardroom.[quote]

i spoke to phill who runs the board room for EFC and he said ETFC chairman did Not go in. Which is a bit hipacritical after what he has been saying in the local paper

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Bloody heck another trainspotter chesunt fan and its flaming club sec this time .Anyhow i would like to say i enjoyed my trip to ware stadium last sunday i suppose im a bit more sympathetic to the old enfield club due to the fans that stayed loyal as i have done to wimbledon / M K D's and for once seeing a large crowd and a pretty good attmosphere at this level of football is very rarely seen. I shall make a note of the final and i would like to see enfield there to start to bebuild this once proud club of non league football.

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3. Spitting - Loads of people saw it, Its not in the spirit of the game, the ETFC player that did it and I am not going to mention him here should be punished.



Seems to be the done thing around those parts.

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My point was that not everyone joined the supporters trust in the first place.

so when pepole on here go on about the vote and how many voted to start a new club they can only talk about the trust members not the whole Enfield Supporters Club.

There were people in the Trust that were not in the supporters club as well.

Even now you have supporters that are not in your society so any vote that ever took place to merge with or to not merge with Enfield would not include them either.


So when will the financial sponsor of EFC and prodigal son return from Cheshunt back to the EFC fold and will they kill the fatted calf as a welcome home? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/bisou.gif" alt="" />

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He'll have to beat Degsy for the rush to be the fixtures Sec.

But i suppose if EFC nose-dive again once they return,they will always find other clubs again in which they can peddle their 'secretarial skills'.




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