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You have one over me matey, you seem to know who I am, but I don't know who the diddly squat you are. C'mon, reveal your true colours, who are you? I don't hide behind some stupid facade!!!!!

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Ohe yeah, just one more thing MFM, not so much of the "Old Bird" thanks

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He claims to be Mr Kenneth Conner.

He has supported Enfield FC for many years and you should recognise him by his umbrella. He started supporting Town for a brief period when it was formed but as he voted against the formation of Town it seems that he determined to return to his current allegance.

What is interesting is that he used to be a strong socialist and trade union member. He believed in collective action but seems that he cannot live by the vote of the majority. Jack London has a name for that kind of behaviour.

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Steph.Are you suggesting that he is a 'Scab',by any chance? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />

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I don't like to rake all this up again, but in fairness to the EFC people, I don't recall the vote being to wind up EFC, it was simply "shall we form a new club?" Therefore those that voted against are perfectly entitled to continue to support and maintain the old club.

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He claims to be Mr Kenneth Conner.

He has supported Enfield FC for many years and you should recognise him by his umbrella. He started supporting Town for a brief period when it was formed but as he voted against the formation of Town it seems that he determined to return to his current allegance.

What is interesting is that he used to be a strong socialist and trade union member. He believed in collective action but seems that he cannot live by the vote of the majority. Jack London has a name for that kind of behaviour.
Well there you have it squadron leader my old friend steph has done the dirty on me and snitched me up ,1st thing , Kenneth is my given birth name but I am known to people as kevin.
2nd thing I only went to one ET game and that was at basildon when I said you was all to cliquey.
3rd thing I have always had EFC as my 1st allegance.As ET is full of cliquey's.
4th thing , Am still a devout socialist as you know steph that will never change unlike you who is now a lib dem turncoat. Shame on you! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

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The vast majority of EFC fans at the time did not want the shell of the old club to continue.A quick ceasing,(once laz had gone)would have seen a swift reformation as a united club.The ETFC set-up would have instantly reverted back to EFC.Just as Aldershot 1993 instantly became Aldershot FC again when the original club folded.The current Aldershot FC are now classed as the same continuous club,and rightly so.In my eyes the carrying on of EFC ,muddied the waters and condemded the name EFC to a very shaky future,instead of very bright one.The ETFC set-up would have reverted back to being EFC almost immediatly,if the original EFC was no longer in existence. I have no doubt of that.The continuation of EFC totally wrecked that chance of a new rebirth of EFC without Laz (the man who was slowly and systematically killing it).

Once the two clubs existed side by side, it was very difficult to reunite them.Now after ETFC has so much history and has emerged as it own club,and now that EFC is stable and has new supporters,it is now vertually impossible to see a united Enfield in the borough.Only the folding of one of the clubs in the future will see any chance of a unification.Those EFC fans that set up ETFC will have to live with that choice,and those that kept EFC going will have to live with that choice. Only the future will decide who was correct and who was wrong in their decisions.

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must not react

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i musnt

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Dont you ever get bored of typing that ??? There is a thing called repetative stress syndrome you know. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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At last we agree on something MFM!!!

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MFM

If somebody cant live with a collective decision what is the point of them voting. They will do their own thing whatever the result of the vote. Not very socialist!

It is the equivalent of a spoilt child taking his ball home when his mates are winning at football.

As for "scab" - if the cap fits.

With regard to the Lib-dems. I was never a tribal socialist as you know. It seemed to me that the Lib-dems were the most left wing organisation that stood a realistic chance of obtaining power. If I was going to vote for a particular party I want to work as hard as possible to see that they win.

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If somebody cant live with a collective decision what is the point of them voting. They will do their own thing whatever the result of the vote. Not very socialist!

It is the equivalent of a spoilt child taking his ball home when his mates are winning at football.

As for "scab" - if the cap fits.

With regard to the Lib-dems. I was never a tribal socialist as you know. It seemed to me that the Lib-dems were the most left wing organisation that stood a realistic chance of obtaining power. If I was going to vote for a particular party I want to work as hard as possible to see that they win.

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YES I did go along with the collective vote at first , But listening to you people slag off the "LOYAL" hardcore fans of EFC made me feel that the revolution wasn't for me,Remember the game at basildon at the same time Es were losing at Aldershot 3-1 and how happy many of the cliquey's were ,BUT NOT ME it sort of went against the grain you see.And I dont like having the piss taken out of me just because I have certain scientific beliefs... so I exercised my "FREEDOM OF CHOICE" and returned to EFC such as it was then . I dont get to too many matches as I have had BOTH hips replaced and as you know I suffer badly from Gout and sciatica . So "No" not very socialist but freedom of choice "IS" a socialist value as far as I'm concerned .

As for a spoit child, I dont peek over the wall at a certain EFC game like someone I know eh ,The sort of things "kids" do (Haringey Borough wasn't it)

Scab ...Cheers mate THAT HURT. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

As for you now being a Lib Dem whats the point ? they've never got over the Jeremy Thorpe scandals and the latest idiot who's revived this scandal by cheating on his wife with a rent boy !! and you know it .A waste of a good vote.Go back to labour and try to work towards getting it back to how it was ,Benn, Livingstone ,Red Robbo ,Hatton,Scargill,wilson,Healey ,Castle What an era that was .Remember how people power bourght down Heath's government ,This is how things should be now and will inevitably be again. Regards...... YOUR EX FRIEND.

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Yes I did go along with the collective vote AT FIRST. Hm thats all right then.

Freedom of choice is a phrase used by the lackeys of capitalism. What choice is there for the poor. As multinationals get bigger and bigger so our choice of style, products, goods get smaller and smaller. That is a direct consequence of globalisation which seems to have passed you by.

The game was Enfield v Hemel Hempstead. Enfield had not played at all that season and had a nerve to charge £8 for a nothing game. It was at that game where I resolved that I would never ever consider supporting EFC as it was not the club that you and I used to support. I raised a smile when the fans had a go at Berko for not reducing the price of a replayed game at their place. This from the money grabbing board of EFC. What Chutzpah!

As for "scab" I did not call you one I said "if the cap fits". You appear to accept the epithet.

A "scientific belief" is an oxymoron. It is either scientific in which case - even if it cannot be proved it can as a theory be tested. A belief is a question of faith and cannot be tested nor proved.

I am not a lib dem as I now have no political affiliation. I certainly would not back the present [****!!****] licking shower we have in government now who seem to go to war every other year as they seek to spread their corrupt and immoral behaviour.

From your old and continuing dear friend who cannot understand the resentment you have allowed to build up in your soul.

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The game was Enfield v Hemel Hempstead. Enfield had not played at all that season and had a nerve to charge £8 for a nothing game. It was at that game where I resolved that I would never ever consider supporting EFC as it was not the club that you and I used to support. I raised a smile when the fans had a go at Berko for not reducing the price of a replayed game at their place. This from the money grabbing board of EFC. What Chutzpah!


just to point out that I dont think it was a nothing game as I was the F.A Cup!!! Also for your point slaging the board off use your brain b4 fireing of the mouth please the Fans were NOT in control of the club then you mong. It was still under HIS rain along with Terry(im God)Back!!! THEY set the prices NOT the fans. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

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Am I bovered!

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EFC price of admission £7

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