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Who will be named player of the year for the E's?

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It is drawing to the end of the season and player of the year should be voted for. Does anybody have any suggestions?

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I've 90% made my mind up, but anybody who has a blinder Saturday could push themselves into the running.

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Just a point but do you go on a player that has a few outstanding games or one that you really notice is not there on the occasions that he misses a game?

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It is simply just what who you think has done well and also is a credit to the team.

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I prefer consistent players who you know will give the same effort week in, week out.

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As i say it is a question to all on the forum and i just wanted to see the response!!

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I agree with MKJames and would always vote for the consistant performer than one who performs very well every now and again.

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Very good point. I like it!!!!!!!!!

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Nick Turner For me , Wesley if he'd been with us from the start .

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Well son of sam - i thought nick turner or dan gabriel

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Id go with Sherwin hes been unstopabal at times this season.

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Kilroy for me . He has been a bit iffy at times but can play well on his day.

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the forgotton man for me - owen beale - superb all deals until injury.
2nd killer - kept us going thru the darkest days of nov and dec.

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i fink the team misses owen beale when he aint playin u need 1 touch player in your side

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Well Ladies and Gents,

On Monday at the Dartford game, voting will open. Shazza and i will be dishing out voting slips. The Supporter's Player of the Year, will be announced at the presentation evening on Friday 19th May. (At the Downs Bar)

Tracey x

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Well Ladies and Gents,

On Monday at the Dartford game, voting will open. Shazza and i will be dishing out voting slips. The Supporter's Player of the Year, will be announced at the presentation evening on Friday 19th May. (At the Downs Bar)

Tracey x



Another SAS attack we are coming

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All money earned by Brimsdown is very welcome, as it will allow them to meet their contributions to the major maintenance costs faced over the summer. Personally, I quite like the idea that its EFC supporter's money that will go to sort out the floodlights Town play under!

If we are at level 3 next year, I'll get a photo sent!

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Yes talking of floodlight I hear they failed on tuesday night at the Brimsdown game.

and why should they have to pay its you that need the upgrade not them

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Yes talking of floodlight I hear they failed on tuesday night at the Brimsdown game.

and why should they have to pay its you that need the upgrade not them


Who do you think pays each time anyway? Who gets the electrician from the Science Museum to fix it each time?

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Not so-both clubs need the upgrade. And both teams need them to work!




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