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behind-the-goal last won the day on December 24 2013

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  1. Agreed! Nothing against Cheshunt at all. Good luck guys!
  2. Chin up Andy (I thought I was supposed to be the miserable one - according to Steph anyway). The era of your namesake can't last forever 😁. One day we'll look back on this period and laugh! (well, maybe not laugh, but we'll break records in terms of the rolling of eyes!) COYT! But also, OYBAL (On yer bike, Andy Leese).
  3. Yikes! Humour bypass alert! Best ditch the tunnels (geddit?). And DON'T MENTION THE CHILLIES (Phew! Think we got away with it!).
  4. And we've got plans for the second tunnel just in case they don't see sense. Let's just say it exits into the boardroom and the plan involves the Corolina Reaper chilli rather than salt and pepper and leave the rest to the imagination!
  5. Ratty and Toad are still working incognito though. Mum's the word!
  6. Fear not! I've already got the underground tunnel plans in hand. We're due to hit the centre circle around, ooh, first home game next season I'd say!
  7. It's obviously escaped you that Eeyore is a donkey and that we play at Donkey Lane. Oh well, at least Pooh isn't the only one. (I'm sure you'll work that riddle out. Unless you aren't of course). I LOVE Pooh and always have. The great irony if course is that you slagged me off earlier in the season for DEFENDING Andy because I used stats. Ho hum!
  8. I LOVE Pooh and always have. The great irony if course is that you slagged me off earlier in the season for DEFENDING Andy because I used stats. Ho hum!
  9. Right, we've won the Mickey Mouse Cup. Fine. Can we get rid of Andy Leese now please!
  10. Absolutely Theo! Spot on! If the football is not enjoyable to watch: if the the team fails to achieve; if the manager isn't capable of having a chat; if he positively alienates youngsters; what is he there for?
  11. Ord-er, ORD-er! Calm down LS. Seriously, Sweetnicker writes something nice. Enjoy it FFS! Why turn it into a negative?
  12. By the way, I should mention that neither if my sons have any interest in watching ETFC now, specifically because of Andy. Of course, they have no interest in tactics and formations etc., but they understand if someone wants to talk to them. Suffuce to say that I've stopped going due to the lack of decent football and my sons don't want to go due to the lack of decent communication.
  13. It's really interesting to read 3Spirit's post. On the one hand it's heartening to read about the love of the club from miles away. However, that geographical distance also insluates from the soul-destroying reality of having to watch an Andy Leese team, and attempting to have a meaningful conversation with him. Having to watch Enfield is not pleasant nowadays, and that has been covered very well recently. What has been mentioned less often, if at all, is how awful Andy is at communicating with the fans. Whatever Brad did after he left he was BRILLIANT at chatting to US! My sons loved him, even if we lost a game, Brad would be be there, on the pitch or in the bar. And he would TALK to us. Properly. Not just that he would sign programmes, have photos taken, and REMEMBER my sons' names. That meant SO much! We would leave the Donkey Dome talking abiut how nice Brad was even if we lost. Andy makes it clear that he can't even be arsed to talk to us.
  14. It's really interesting to read 3Spirit's post. On the one hand it's heartening to read about the love of the club from miles away. However, that geographical distance also insluates from the soul-destroying reality of having to watch an Andy Leese team, and attempting to have a meaningful conversation with him. Having to watch Enfield is not pleasant nowadays, and that has been covered very well recently. What has been mentioned less often, if at all, is how awful Andy is at communicating with the fans. Whatever Brad did after he left he was BRILLIANT at chatting to US! My sons loved him, even if we lost a game, Brad would be be there, on the pitch or in the bar. And he would TALK to us. Properly. Not just that he would sign programmes, have photos taken, and REMEMBER my sons' names. That meant SO much! We would leave the Donkey Dome talking abiut how nice Brad was even if we lost. Andy makes it clear that he can't even be arsed to talk to us.
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