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  2. GRS67 - Thanks for that, do you think that the decent attendance on Tuesday evening against league leaders Colney Heath, despite the weather, was down to the free season ticket offer, how many of the ninety or so paid to get in on the night out of interest and how many paying supporters did Colney Heath bring. I would have thought it was more to do with the opponents being Colney Heath rather than say, for example, a Baldock Town or a London Colney.
  3. I think the comment ‘the club has achieved what we set out to ‘ on another thread speaks volumes for our mindset...the club has done fantastic to create what it has but has the ambition ended... do we really believe we can progress and most importantly do we really want to or will that cause us too many problems...
  4. You really couldn't make it up could you, Eynesbury Rovers just happen to be entertaining runaway league leaders Colney Heath tomorrow following the controversial departure this week of their Manager Mark Ducket after four years in charge at the Alfred Hall Memorial Ground. Ash Fuller and Dean Greygoose take control of the side for the daunting challenge, Ash Fuller was Mark Ducket's trusted assistant whereas Dean Greygoose was goalkeeping coach, his son Jamie is also at the Alfred Hall Memorial Stadium. Beleaguered Club Chairman Matt Plumb, who has had a week of it following the trouble at Saturday's FA Vase tie and saw Mark Ducket walk out of the door with no notice, is hoping that Ash Fuller and Dean Greygoose stay at the Club and the three were due to sit down together on Wednesday afternoon to discuss plans. Mr Plumb has been knocked over in the rush since Tuesday night with expressions of interest for the job but is in no immediate hurry to make an appointment as a knee jerk reaction to Mark Ducket's sudden and surprise defection to The Eyrie, he is diplomatically quoted in the local press as saying "we’ve got two good people in Ash Fuller and Dean Greygoose who can carry the mantle for now and I’m hoping they will take charge for the rest of the season, at the same time if the right people pop their heads up and are willing to be part of the Management team we don’t want to miss out, it will be about gut feeling really, my initial feeling is Ash and Dean are happy to carry on and if they throw their hats into the ring we will see”.
  5. Today
  6. I agree Theo. The suggestions being made that one should ask AL questions. For what purpose.?? What is the point? In common with many of us he is unlikely to admit that he is doing things wrong. Of course not. Probably you will may get a watered down version of his same old mantra , which has been reported on this forum. He will assure you that he is trying ideas to reorganise the team but the players just don't listen. But even then this is again unlikely if there are players present. Therefore the whole exercise would be futile. Football is about winning games. It is also judged by spectators on how you go about achieving this. I believe that the club has reach crossroads. The next few games will show us whether AL can work out which is the right road to take!!! I sincerely hope so for all of us sake.
  7. Tomorrow's fixtures, should a certain Official be on the New Salamis v Shefford Town & Campton game taking into account his very close connections with New Salamis: Saturday 18 January (kick off 3pm unless stated) Premier Division Aylesbury Vale Dynamos v North Greenford United Baldock Town v Wembley Broadfields United v Biggleswade United Eynesbury Rovers v Colney Heath Leverstock Green v Leighton Town London Colney v Harpenden Town Oxhey Jets v Edgware Town Tring Athletic v Arlesey Town Division One Amersham Town v Brimsdown Buckingham Athletic v London Tigers Enfield Borough v Hillingdon Borough FC Broxbourne Borough v Stotfold London Lions v Milton Keynes Robins New Salamis v Shefford Town & Campton Winslow United v Bedford Division Two Aston Clinton v Berkhamsted Raiders (kick off 2pm) Bovingdon v The 61 FC (Luton) (kick off 2pm) Mursley United v New Bradwell St Peter (kick off 2pm) Pitstone & Ivinghoe v Buckingham United (kick off 2pm) Tring Corinthians AFC v Codicote (kick off 2pm) Unite MK v MK Gallacticos SSML Challenge Trophy Quarter Final Old Bradwell United v Harefield United (kick off 2pm)
  8. The ever reliable Phil Draycott and Sam Holmes with the Crawley Green goals.
  9. Well we seem to have picked ourselves up again still think it will be a close game with the visitors creeping up the table and a play off spot in sight.Be nice to avenge the early season defeat against them so Urchins to win two nil crowd 300
  10. There's been a steady rise in attendance, almost 90 despite the inclement weather on Tuesday night when previously we'd been getting around 40 for midweek games. I'm helping the club by dealing with all the ST enquiries as well as promoting the incentive (in a non committe role) we've got a decent number of local residents on the list, to date almost 50 many of whom are families which is good to see. The plan is to keep it exclusive to NW9 residents and its more than likely that it'll be rolled out before the start of the next season to include the full season.
  11. Yesterday
  12. I really hope CC that our manager does not need telling of our appalling defensive record also remember that these figures are on the back of only eight goals conceded in the first ten games.... I wouldn’t mind if you could see any changes to the tactics to address this ...
  13. The first midweek matches in the Toolstation NCEL in 2020 were disrupted by bad weather as only two of six scheduled fixtures were able to take place. View the full article
  14. Err.. We are in South Herts not surrey 😌
  15. We lost the Bowers game a couple of weeks back but that was an almighty deluge on Friday and early hours Saturday morning. Its no good checking the forecast as its always wrong. Hopefully it'll dry up tomorrow.
  16. Unfortunately not the gimmee three points it would normally be....☹️
  17. Hoffenheim 2 v 0 Eintracht Frankfurt West Ham 1 v 1 Everton Southampton 1 v 1 Wolves Histon 1 v 4 Glenn Tamplin’s Wizards Hornchurch 3 v 0 Leatherhead Att 298
  18. Not looking good for matches this Saturday. Local news have just announced there have bee THREE river bank breaches to the River Mole today between Dorking and Reigate !
  19. Several river bank breaches around the centre of Surrey. Possibly the worst since the 1960's
  20. How is the pitch holding up with all this rain. Is Sat looking Good.
  21. Match reports from Crawley Green and Potton United on Tuesday evening: https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/crawleygreenfc/news/crawley-draw-11-with-wembley-2503149.html https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/pottonunitedfc/teams/188957/match-centre/1-4850571/report
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