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Good game from an Enfield point of view!
I would like to say though that I was discussedwith the millwall players on the pitch thay were rude to the ref durering the game and after the game one player was hurd calling the ref a CU*T and his two lino's were with him, was anything done? NO! so he got away with it! The tackles on the pitch were.... well lets just say thay were that late the train network would have seemed on time!! when the game finshed only 3/4 millwall players went up the the enfield players and said welll done and all that , how very sporting of them!!!! NOT!!!!

P.s I would like to say as well a BIG BIG thank you to all the players and supporters b4 the game who pick up all the stones on the pitch otherwise the game would have not gone on as, yes, you guessed it the millwall winger's didnt want to play! Ahhhh didhums little millwall players doint want to play as thay might hurt themself's! Ah well, how the other half live hay!
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Its interesting you say there was stones on the pitch as it was ok the night before when Cheshunt played on it.

I am also surprised the game even went ahead after all the rain we have had, i hope you boys did not stuff up the pitch.



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What the frick is wrong with you. We have players worth millions, you have a pitch that ain't up to it, if someone like Samba got crocked on the pitch, and ended his carear, what then? The way your lot were plunging in for tackles was ridulous, it was a nothin pre-season. Not a cup final.

You Muppet

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mr im a great milwall fan if you were you would know that none of the players were probably good enough for your reserves let alone your muti million pound first team thay looked like a team of youth and tryalists who got the hump after geting out played so dont get so exited.

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Look pal b4 your winger bunch of players turned up thay didnt want to play, I work for the sun and we had a call saying that A lot of the millwall players were upset thay had to travel so far on a week night for a game of no importance!! Well Mr/Mrs Anonymous, Our boys tackles didnt start till the 78th minute coz most of there team were there just to hurt our lads its a wonder that non of the E's players were hurt! Get a life mate as this the facts of life hurt in a game of football is the risk of playing the game pal, grow up and sod of back to to your cage were MOST of those players belong!

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P.S Are where the dressing rooms ok after the millwall lot finshed with them last night? Kicking poo out of it just coz thay lost! and your gk what a Knob head! had a go at everyboady even the fans behind the goal because we cheereda goal, well that was nice of him! All in all I hope you lot get pi*sed on from a great hight in the 1st div next year!

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If this really did happen then it is well out of order. I am a Millwall fan, but if the youngsters did behe with the complete lack of respect that you are stating, and it was unprovoked, then the coach and players should be disciplined for it.

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<blockquote><font class="small">Quote MickC:</font><hr />
If this really did happen then it is well out of order. I am a Millwall fan, but if the youngsters did behe with the complete lack of respect that you are stating, and it was unprovoked, then the coach and players should be disciplined for it.

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I tend to go with you on that Mick, and yes it was unprovoked and the coach didnt seem to give a toss to be honest. I hope the ref and his lino's report them, and thay hopefuly should get what thay deserve, but you know th F.A wont do a thing to help!

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John, the coach was Joe McLaughlin, a well respected man throughout the game! I think you should write to the club complaining about the behaviour. Its not good for the club or the game in general if this sort of thing goes on unchecked. I know I would be pissed off if a Man U team behaved the same way at the DEn. Details on http://www.millwallfc.co.uk.

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Does anyone know how much damage was done to the Changing Rooms, I know they are not in great shape at present.

damage could cause trouble for Cheshunt in the League if it takes time for us the get them repaired.


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<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Freebird:</font><hr />
Its interesting you say there was stones on the pitch as it was ok the night before when Cheshunt played on it.

I am also surprised the game even went ahead after all the rain we have had, i hope you boys did not stuff up the pitch.



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That point was noted! (That Cheshunt played the night before - one can only assume that the ref was blind to have missed them. Ditto for the refs from the previos games that have been played there this season!!).

They were in both goal mouths and followed the lines of the centre circle to a tee! At least two bucket loads were removed and placed at the side of the pitch.

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I would just like to point out that during Tuesday night and during the day wednsday it rained very heavy and this was the reason that stones came to the surface.

There was not trouble on the pitch on Tuesday night with stones on the pitch

finally see another thread I have put on this message board about the night




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