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  2. Well that's sorted at last. Perhaps now the Governement can get on and actually get some work done. Bit surprised that Swinson and Skinner lost their seats.
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  4. I never predict the score, but I would be surprised if the attendance is less than 800.
  5. Love to see a win but it really all depends on injuries. If we can get close to getting our first team out then we've got a real chance but even so, it won't be easy. I'm going with my heart and say 2-1 Hx att 340
  6. Yesterday
  7. Old habits die hard however it was Pete the Greek who hijacked the thread for his own amusement, he's very childish. Like I said I'm really impressed by Edgware Town's free season ticket offer and keeping it exclusive to local residents in the NW9 postcode area in order to build ties with the Local Community, Haringey Borough have possibly bitten off more than they can chew as I gather their scheme involves a huge administrative operation.
  8. Nice to see Rhodes hasn't lost his knack for hijacking posts with his own agenda.
  9. I wonder why Park View's form in the SSML Challenge Trophy has been so good compared to their miserable league form, in the First Round they won 6-3 at Mursley United, beat Tring Athletic in the Second Round and then turned over Newport Pagnell Town
  10. Whatever the reason(s), our recent performances and results do not inspire confidence, and I think it would be fair to say we will start our FA Trophy match on Saturday as underdogs, rather than favourites with home advantage. That said, we are well capable, on our day, of causing an upset against higher division sides, as we have done in cup competitions earlier this season. Ebbsfleet are having a difficult time themselves this season, and are at present at the wrong end of the National League table. They will probably see our FA Trophy match as a great opportunity to get back to winning ways, increase confidence, and move away from the relegation zone. Up until recently, Town have delivered some excellent performances, and are still well in contention for the play-offs. This Saturday we will need to raise our game, against Ebbsfleet's full-time professionals. It certainly won't be easy, but if our guys go out and play to the best of their ability, showing plenty of ambition and determination, they will definitely be in with a shout, and an upset is always possible in tricky, wet, windy conditions. The crowd will have a BIG role to play on Saturday. We need to hear plenty of home support and encouragement for our guys throughout this cup-tie. We performed well to beat a very good Maldon side in the last round, let's see if we can progress a stage further in this match. See you there. Good luck everyone! COYT
  11. I didn't speak to 'Sugar', sorry Aki, at the game but if I had of done I would have shaken his hand and congratulated him on the Club's meteoric rise since they left the SSML at the end of the 2011/2012 season to join the Essex Senior League
  12. I'm looking forward to the remaining two Quarter Final ties on Saturday weather permitting, Totternhoe will fancy their chances to progress at the Recreation Ground following their amazing 7-1 win at Cranfield United last week in the Bedfordshire FA Senior Trophy: Quarter Finals Old Bradwell United 3 MK Gallacticos 0 Buckingham United v Tring Corinthians AFC (Sat 14 Dec, 1.45pm) Pitstone & Ivinghoe 2 Berkhamsted Raiders 0 Totternhoe v Unite MK (Sat 14 Dec, 1.45pm)
  13. New dates are still awaited for the Bedford v Ampthill Town and Biggleswade United v Stotfold First Round ties, watch this space: 1st Round (to be played by end of Nov 2019) Bedford P Ampthill Town (tba) Langford 1 Biggleswade 2 https://www.biggleswadefc.co.uk/Matchreport.aspx?id=295845 Biggleswade United P Stotfold (tba) Barton Rovers v Potton United (Tue 21 Jan)
  14. Unfortunately the eagerly awaited Biggleswade derby was called off on Tuesday evening, a new date is yet to be confirmed, watch this space: Bedfordshire FA Senior Cup Quarter Finals AFC Dunstable v Luton Town (Tue 7 Jan) Bedford Town 4 Crawley Green 1 Biggleswade United P Biggleswade Town Potton United 4 Barton Rovers 3
  15. The two second round ties involving SSML Club's were called off on Tuesday evening and will now be played next month: Baldock Town P Kings Langley (at Kings Langley FC) (Tue 7 Jan) London Colney P Tring Athletic (Tue 21 Jan) Royston Town 4 Boreham Wood 0 https://www.royston-crow.co.uk/sport/royston-town-fc/royston-cruise-in-herts-senior-cup-with-comfortable-win-over-national-league-boreham-wood-1-6420716
  16. But did you speak to Aki? Any sign or burying the hatchet? (Metaphorically, not literally)
  17. Goole AFC came from 2-0 down after eighteen minutes to take a draw at home to AFC Mansfield in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division on Tuesday night. View the full article
  18. I don't think a move to the Essex Senior League would leave Edgware feeling like a "Duck out of Water" as you said unless you mean location wise? Football standard wise both Hadley and Cockfosters are doing well this season having moved sideways Hadley did well last eason but Cockfosters struggled in the SSMFL. I would imagine the standard in the Essex Senior League is possibly not as good as in the SSMFL Premier especially at top end. I'm hoping that the new Division in the CCL will be a easier way to progress for Edgware
  19. Yes, I don't think the Essex Senior League would suit Edgware Town somehow, the Club would be like a duck out of water wouldn't it, lets see what happens anyway
  20. Love these games come a long way this season and more than capable of getting a result really too close to call hoping home advantage may count in our favour crowd should be biggest of the season with the visitors excellent following around 500 to 600.Up the Urchins
  21. Good luck to the Chins! Will be cheering on from afar Will there be a BBC radio stream for this one haha?
  22. Last week
  23. With the Division yet to be finalised I guess we won't know how this will pan out but I think it's all swings and roundabouts,rather than head North we'll be heading West. Journey times may be longer which will cause issues especially in midweek but we won't know till it happens. I heard that the Essex Senior League wanted Edgware to move in the summer along with Cockfosters and Hadley, perhaps that's still a possibility but I think the FA will want Edgware to go West just as Hendon moved to the Western based division of the Southern League. With regards to it being a loss to the SSMFL,, they want to get rid of their southernmost clubs so they're obviously not bothered at Edgware and Wembley moving on.
  24. Interesting comments as ever Steph - thanks. But just thought I'd clarify what might not be clear to everyone. Mo has clearly been instructed to play wide at times. The Wingate game was a good example. When told to play wide in the first half against Wingate they probably thought 'Thank you very much'. When allowed to go central in the second half, he scored (as we've come to expect).
  25. That's uncalled for, when I attended Wingate & Finchley v Haringey Borough earlier in the season I met John Bacon and he couldn't have been more friendly, we had a long chat about old times and reminisced
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