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  2. Thanks for that. You haven’t taken many👍
  3. The ETFC pool on Flickr was set up in 2006 and has several people's work. https://flickr.com/groups/etfc/pool/page334
  4. Here you go. My first dabblings in digital football photography https://www.flickr.com/photos/35233459@N02/collections/72157618641903127/
  5. Yesterday
  6. 2009 onwards would be a start. I wonder if anybody else took photographs?
  7. I wonder who would have lifted the Premier Division Cup this evening, sadly we we will never know now will we
  8. Smallholder - Yes, I know him, we go back a lot way when he was living just off the Essex Road in Islington, close to the infamous Marquess Estate, he frequented the Mem & Lez Brasserie in Theberton Street near the Angel
  9. I would question the legality of this. Rules should apply equally to all Teams irrespective of which Division you are in or if you are a Reserve Team.
  10. I gave up taking photos in the late 90s when my camera died and didn't resume until the start of 2009 when I finally got a new digital SLR.
  11. Okay, thanks for that, let us wait and see what happens as all should hopefully become clearer over the next week or so. Regarding fines, I was amazed at seeing the list below from the Southern Combination League, it seems like Club's can be fined for blowing their nose in that League:
  12. Following the FA Council meeting yesterday, each voting Council member, listed in the link below, has been asked to cast their vote electronically, the result of the vote should hopefully filter its way through shortly, keep watching this space: http://www.thefa.com/about-football-association/who-we-are/the-fa-council
  13. How about photos from early ETFC games. I’d like to see them, especially those from the first game against Basildon.
  14. I wonder who the favourite ever SSML player is of a certain Official who posts on here, I could take an educated guess at George Georgiou but I may be wrong. I believe that the great man only ever played for one Club in the SSML, Haringey Borough, although he Managed Cockfosters and obviously New Salamis until he was unceremoniously and unfairly sacked by the Club on 27 September last year. I took this photo of George myself at Cockfosters Chalk Lane a number of years ago:
  15. .......... and I thought another hand-bag sale had started, contrary to the lock-down regulations !!😎
  16. Everybody has there own SSML legends. It's just a bit of fun nothing serious.
  17. Savagebee - Craig Henney was understandably a popular player during his time at Haywood Way and when Aylesbury won the Premier Division Championship in 2009/10, he is almost 36 now and no longer playing as far as I am aware: https://aylesburyfc.forumotion.com/t287-interesting-facts-about-henney
  18. Good player was Craig, got be 39 now. Played a number of seasons at Pitstone too. Yeah, less a legends thread, more a thread of any Tom, dick and Harry that may have played for five minutes.
  19. I've added some more photos to the album I set up a year or two back. More to follow during the lockdown https://www.flickr.com/photos/35233459@N02/albums/72157662743534664
  20. NF, if you know Paul send him my best. I imagine the ginger locks have diminished by now! You must know those other legends Kev Cooper and Ryan Redford?
  21. Hello NeutralFan, long time, I hope you and yours are keeping well
  22. The SSML campaign of 2010/11 saw Chalfont St Peter win the Premier Division Championship by a comfortable twelve point margin from Tring Athletic, they led from start to finish and Charlie Strutton (pictured) was their star man netting 36 times in 47 appearances, including 28 league goals. Born and bred in the London Borough of Brent, Strutton started his career at Mill Meadow at youth level and quickly progressed to the First Team at the tender age of 17 where he became a prolific marksmen for the Saints before signing a short term professional contract for AFC Wimbledon in March 2012. Charlie's contract was extended at Kingsmeadow but unfortunately he never fulfilled his true potential due to injuries including a broken leg in his first game whilst on a one month loan spell at Aldershot in November 2013. After leaving AFC Wimbledon he went on to play for Braintree Town, Hayes & Yeading United, Slough Town and Maidenhead United before returning, Prodigal Son style, to Chalfont St Peter during the 2016/17 campaign albeit on loan from Maidenhead: SSML Premier Division 2010/11 Pos Name Pld W D L GF GA Pts 1 Chalfont St Peter 44 33 4 7 99 34 103 2 Tring Athletic 44 28 7 9 95 45 91 3 Royston Town 44 28 6 10 102 52 90 4 Leverstock Green 44 27 7 10 100 57 88 5 Colney Heath 44 28 4 12 93 70 88 6 Aylesbury United 44 23 8 13 94 71 77 7 Dunstable Town 44 22 4 18 82 75 70 8 Haringey Borough 44 19 10 15 80 67 67 9 Hertford Town 44 19 7 18 88 87 64 10 Broxbourne Borough V & E 44 18 6 20 85 84 60 11 Hatfield Town 44 19 3 22 75 91 60 12 Kingsbury London Tigers 44 17 8 19 90 93 59 13 Stotfold 44 15 12 17 72 68 57 14 Hadley 44 16 9 19 58 66 57 15 Hanwell Town 44 16 8 20 77 79 56 16 Hillingdon Borough 44 15 10 19 84 80 55 17 Holmer Green 44 14 11 19 74 75 53 18 St Margaretsbury 44 15 6 23 53 65 51 19 Oxhey Jets 44 13 9 22 76 91 48 20 Biggleswade United 44 11 11 22 56 96 44 21 Harefield United 44 10 8 26 61 109 38 22 Kentish Town 44 7 8 29 51 117 29 23 Langford 44 7 6 31 53 126 27
  23. About time we got to an actual legend 😂 I have it on good authority he came out of retirement in December and it now plying his trade for White Roding Vets over 45’s in the Essex Vets League Pictured with his title winning St Margaretsbury side that clinched the league with a two nil win away at Rhodes beloved Haringey Borough
  24. Paul Evitt....absolute legend for St Mags amongst others
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