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Most of you will be aware that on Saturday we will playing Cambridge City for the Supporters Direct Cup at Goldsdown Road.

What you may not be aware of is that there will be an ETFC Under 12's Ladies verus Cambridge City Under 12's Ladies kicking off at 1.00pm on the Main Pitch. There will also be Cheerleaders before the main Game & a Youth Teams Penalty Competition at Half Time.

The BBC in the shape of Tom Watt & Clive Walker will also be there to comentate on the Game for BBC Radio London 94.9. There will also be a Football Forum Broadcast from Brimmo after the game. We just need the Clowns, Acrobats & Fire Breathing Dragon to complete set!!!!!

Entry is £7.00 for the whole afternoon. As long as the Sun Shines it should be a jolly good day out.

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...and don't forget to cheer on Very Little Miss Happy when she runs out as mascot!!!

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Originally Posted By: Mr Happy
...and don't forget to cheer on Very Little Miss Happy when she runs out as mascot!!!


Sorry Mr H, forgot about VLMH, how is she on a uni-cycle?

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Originally Posted By: Squadron Leader
Originally Posted By: Mr Happy
...and don't forget to cheer on Very Little Miss Happy when she runs out as mascot!!!


Sorry Mr H, forgot about VLMH, how is she on a uni-cycle?

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Exactly the same as when she is not on a uni-cycle...a total pain in the a4se!! giveup

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Originally Posted By: Squadron Leader

The BBC in the shape of Tom Watt & Clive Walker will also be there to comentate on the Game for BBC Radio London 94.9.
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Is that ex Chelsea clive Walker?

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To me,he'll always be ex-Woking.

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Originally Posted By: lovely stuff
To me,he'll always be ex-Woking.

Indeed, but didn't he have a, ahem, slightly murky incident whilst at Chelsea, or am I thinking of a different Clive Walker?

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Yes, i believe there is a terrace song that refurs to it. hanged

What if we sung it again on saturday? whistle

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Yep, remember the chant well. And he's being sent down to commentate on under twelves girls football matches? Wolves looking after sheep springs to mind.

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Originally Posted By: lovely stuff
Yes, i believe there is a terrace song that refurs to it. hanged

What if we sung it again on saturday? whistle


I've never known you to sing at games LS! confused

Will you be spending more time behind the goal next season offering the lads some real vocal support grin

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Singing is for the youngsters.Was a regular behind the goal at Southbury Rd from the ages of 13-25.

I think once you hit that age you should leave the singing to the youngsters (and the few oldens who still pretend to be clinging onto their youth whistle)




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Originally Posted By: lovely stuff
...I think once you hit that age you should leave the singing to the youngsters (and the few oldens who still pretend to be clinging onto their youth whistle)



Pmsl biglaugh Quite Right LS, Quite Right! biglaugh

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thats a bit sad really isn't it? at most big clubs its all ages who get involved in the chanting.

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Well said Enfield Paul...the man who is fast approaching 50!!!

Gazza! you old fart!

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Originally Posted By: lovely stuff
Singing is for the youngsters.Was a regular behind the goal at Southbury Rd from the ages of 13-25.

I think once you hit that age you should leave the singing to the youngsters (and the few oldens who still pretend to be clinging onto their youth whistle)




It'd be a very quiet ground if only the under 25's were singing.
The Town vocal Quartet?

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I was thinking of a trio!

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Originally Posted By: andyetfc
I was thinking of a trio!


Kinky Devil.

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Yeuch!!! Andy, Gazza and Rock Steady!!! What a revolting thought!!!

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Yeuch!!! Andy, Gazza and Rock Steady!!! What a revolting thought!!!


The Golfing Three Musketeers!

Why not join us for a foursome!

Why not organise a Club Championship? Money making and social get together all rolled into one,?

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Alright Tiger calm down, cor you've changed since you shot that round of 45, and now your booking Carnoustie! Blimey club championship, can you imagine some of those charactors like Happy, Southport, The Donkey & other herberts from the club on a golf course? No nor can I, remember they are not as refind as us are they? they wouldnt know what to do, Happy would turn up with his drum, Southport would be wearing something from TK Maxx and the Donkey would be bellowing abuse at other golfers!

No I reckon thats a cracking idea, I suggested something similar a couple of years ago but only a couple come forward, so come on anyone up for it? Im prepared to organise it if there is enough of us, Its good craic just ask Andy, we dont play a hole without some form of banter, come & join us.




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