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Afternoon all

At long last i have been able to join the fun and frolics of the Unofficial Message Board from my pc @ work..

So what does everyone think on tomorrow's score?

Im going 2-1 Canvey, Minton to get the first, Boylan the winner!

Attendance 970..

York are bringing 300 - 350 supporters apparently, so should be a good atmosphere

Ta

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that Gulls Mad site says that York will win it 'handsomely'. I would love a win but I think York might pose to much of a threat. Im going for 1-1 still a great result against a team in York’s’ position,

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Yeah, 1-1 too I reckon. Be happy with a point against York to be honest.

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York are on a great run, won 6 or 7 on the trot so a point would be a good result tomorrow

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that Gulls Mad site says that York will win it 'handsomely'.
im sorry if this offended anyone but this is a preview that i have no control over. footymad generate it. sorry

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It will be a hard match.

1-0 Tait in the 90th

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I have a funny feeling that Canvey will beat York tomorrow. 1-0 in a very tight game.

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A tough game very similar to the Hereford match.

1-1 with an attendance of 921.

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Why can't we play Forest Green this week and York next week? The fixture people are obviously against us going on any kind of winning streak - I say we declare war and abandon the league until the fixtures are somewhat more fair.

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3-1 to the Canvey Boys!!!

Get under that shelter and sing the lads to victory, if we can outsing Alty away we can certainly do York at home!

Come on You Yellows!

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Don't often make predictions, but I fancy us for this one.
That wind will make it difficult out there.

Best of luck lads!

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Quote:
Canvey_Loon said:
Yeah, 1-1 too I reckon. Be happy with a point against York to be honest.


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A tough game very similar to the Hereford match. 1-1


We have 2 winners!

I can`t believe that after earning a point against a side who have won their last 6 and almost making our Conference future certain that this forum is so negative <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />

Very hard to play football in that wind and i think we were a bit over ran in the 1st half but we were a lot better 2nd half and deserved to level the game.

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Thank you!! I celebrated suitably tonight!!!

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It was very, very cold. Halftime in the bar was lovely. Very glad we got the point. If we can get at least the same against Morecambe, then we should be good to beat FGR.

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It was very, very cold.

You are not wrong there !

In over 15 years of filming Non-League football matches from the top of stand roofs, I can honestly say it was probably the worst conditions I have ever had to contend with.
Good job it didn't rain (or snow) !

Did anyone watch the game on the TV's in the bar(s) as it was going on ?
Hope the camerawork was o.k., as I literally got blown off my feet a couple of times !
It was impossible to keep the camera steady up on that gantry.

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It could have been worse!!!











It could have been me up there!!

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A fantastic point earned by the lads yesterday. We battled hard and played some good football at times, but the conditions ensured it was more of a scrappy encounter.

Their goal was a good finish, can't help but think that Duffers could have done a bit more to stop the cross. However, the way we reacted to going 1-0 down was exceptional, and we started putting some real pressure on York. Minton & Clarke stood out for me, but Sedgemore was head and shoulders above everyone on the park (including the York players).

Great to see Lee grab another poachers goal, him being back has brought a much more optimistic feel to Park Lane.

Yellow Army were in good voice today, at times as loud as I've heard us this season. Everyone had a good time I hope and will be back for the next home game against Forest Green!

Highlight of the day though was trying to stop Powelly drinking the Tandoori Nights out of Sambuca! All I could hear was "3 - 2 - 1 - Hang on Dave!"

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Great performance from the lads. Didn't let our heads drop after we conceded and kept plugging away and got a deserved equaliser.

We didn't create that many chances but we were never going to against a strong York backline. Their keeper made a complete shambles of a corner and Lee was able to pounce.

They took their goal well although Duffers should have got tighter to the guy who put the cross in. Wardy and Macca were excellent, kept Donaldson and Bishop extremely quiet.

As for Sedge, well he was superb and deserved his man of the match award. Rarely gave the ball away, was strong in the tackle and was so unlucky with that sublime chip in the first half that landed on the roof of the net.

Might have nicked one at the end when there was a scramble in the box although York had a few chances.

A good point overall and victory over Scarborough would almost certainly make us safe.

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If I'd have realised the match was being fed into the clubhouse I might have stayed in there!

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Highlight of the day though was trying to stop Powelly drinking the Tandoori Nights out of Sambuca! All I could hear was "3 - 2 - 1 - Hang on Dave!"


You missed the sing song in the Haystack afterwards, Glenn!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />




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