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PONY TAILED URCHIN

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PONY TAILED URCHIN last won the day on November 7 2018

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  1. Tina was a fantastic person to have ever met at the club always smiling and a great sense of humour my thoughts are with Ken and all the family at this time.
  2. Best match - Home play off final against Lowerstoft as a new supporter of a handfull of games at the time it really was an electric atmosphere that day and a fantastic achievement by the club to be promoted to the Conference South. Best Achievement - the team Winning the League last season a well deserved effort by all the lads and it was a pleasure to be a steward supporting them along the way. Favorite Players - I have 3 which have been part of my Urchin journey George Purcell, Alex Bentley and Sam Mott all fantastic players and exceptional professionals who have been a pleasure to watch in my 6 seasons so far. Best Personality - Dave Collis always played up to the fans with his Larger than life ( thanks cup of tea) character made the Pub Team From Essex a joy to be supporting. Best Experience - The day the team claimed the title at Witham last season - a great result that day by the players and then followed the emotional scenes seeing them find Jimmy in the stands after shaking our hands. Also the bar after the game we had a few drinks with the players and it was a very special moment to remember. Worst moments - losing both play off finals - Lowerstoft away couldn't see the game as ground was full with no space for us to stand - Harlow away was just a bad day for the lads made worse with the attitude of the Harlow fans and staff that day especially the ones who were allowed to throw bottles and attack the dug out just because we scored a penalty Where are all the fans now they have been relegated?
  3. i see we got leyton Orient again, that should be a great night and hopefully another full house
  4. it's taken a few days to sink in but both Kenzer and George leaving the club will leave 2 big holes to fill. Kenzer has been a fantastic player and formed the best central defensive pairing in the Bostick leagues along with Nathan Cooper. I'm going to miss our little chats and some of the banter and wish him all the best as he moves on. i am sure Kenzer will be a fantastic addition to any club that he chooses to sign for. George signed the same season i took my first season ticket and it's been fantastic watching him score so many brilliant goals over the last 6 seasons. Such a great player and worked so hard for the team on and off the pitch. He always had time for a chat and every bit a pro in helping other players settle in or taking time to sign things for young fans. He along with a few of the other players have been the reason i've felt a connection to the club over the last 6 years and i'm going to miss those wonder goals but always have the memories. I wish him well in his next venture
  5. The lads played well but Enfield were more decisive in taking their chances however the match did seem to change on the disallowed goal from Sean Marks which would have made it 1-1. I didn't see anything wrong with it but for some reason the ref did. It is a shame to lose the game, but i'm proud of all the team who gave it everything and have all but secured safety for next season come on you Urchins!
  6. that was an excellent game of football all round and the lads should take some confidence that they can compete with the top sides in this league once again. Sonny Dutton did brilliantly to put that ball away for a deserved first goal as an urchin and i hope he kicks on from it and continues to show he is a player for the future. Looking forward to the cup final on Wednesday
  7. wish you all the best on your walk, have you got a route map you can post up to follow on your walk
  8. put me down for 1 please under Peter Hay thanks Thanks Pete - now added to list
  9. Got to say that this is the umpteenth time this season that the team has played brilliantly and not got the result they deserved but it shows how good this side can be going forward and I'm really impressed by the players hard work The points will come and I am sure the team will continue to improve and with players coming back from suspension or injury this team will.be one oppersistion teams fear to face. Well done team up the urcins
  10. i have to say what happened to Thurrock i would not wish on any supporter or club and it was a real shame, but it's been good to see so many new face's popping up at the Urchins and whatever the reason for coming to our games your all welcolme. it's been good to have a chat to a few of you as you pass by the players gate and to learn about some of our new players from your perspectives and i am sure they have settled in quicker for knowing you from last season. I hope as you all settle in more with the Urchins that you all feel a part of the club going forward and find ways to get involved.
  11. a fantastic performance from all of the team and worthy of being praised for the result. It proves how things have been turned around, slowly the side has been rebuilt into a competetive team and it has showed in the last few games. Support yesterday was fantastic in a derby atmosphere and it was good to see a very sporting fair played game. It looks good for the remainder of the season was nice to be able to wish Jay fair well after the match and i am sure he will settle down with Enfield.
  12. Proud of all the players last night they did brilliantly against full time opponents the scoreline does not do the match any justice as for large parts of it the Urchins dominated play in every part of the pitch and it took 2 top class goals to stop them. If the side plays every game as it did last night then this looks good for the rest of the season and beyond. The movement around the pitch was excellent as was the use of the ball and shows that this team can compete at this level. well done and up the Urchins
  13. We have a great bunch of players and they worked so hard on Monday night to try and get something out of the game. From all the hard work that i have been watching in warm ups training and matches the changes being made from Mark and his team of coaches are working and the team has developed into a stronger faster and fitter unit with some great passing going on all accross the park but it just needs to come together consistently in the remaining matches. I think the team will stay up and also move up this league as the season goes on but it will be tough and we need to keep getting behind them to cheer the lads on come on you Urchins!
  14. fantastic result and supports all the hard work being done by the new coaching team behind the scenes and the players are making it work on the pitch. An excellent clean sheet to build upon and 3 points well deserved. Burgess Hill deserve some credit for not giving the game up and were slightly better in the second half which makes this a very pleasing result. Burgess Hill fans were excellent too in making the long trip and singing all the way through the game and their compliments on twitter about the club was a lovely gesture.
  15. an excellent result for the Urchins last night and good to see all of the good work coming together in a very good performance and encouraging signs of things to come. It was good to see the ball being played around the park from the defence through to the forwards and the movement off the ball to create space or intercept the opposition was good too. I hope all this hard work will start to see the players winning league matches and pushing us up the table to safety soon. Credit to the whitstable fans that made the journey for adding a bit of atmosphere as the Urchins made a second semi final in the space of a week and i hope one or both could become finals
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