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Alan W (GNFC)

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About Alan W (GNFC)

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    National Squad - 2nd XI
  • Birthday 21/09/1962
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  5. Alan W (GNFC)

    Dejavu...

    It was later changed to a waterlogged pitch.
  6. Alan W (GNFC)

    forrest green

    Originally Posted By: Gordon T I feel we should be beating teams like fgr, lewes, histon, altrincham. Whilst I agree we should be beating these sides, 2 of these are good enough to have reached the 3rd round of the FA Cup and beat League sides on the way (mind you, its a little unfair to put Histon in the same bracket as Lewes anyway)
  7. Alan W (GNFC)

    forrest green

    I would suggest that, IF, Liam goes elsewere, there may be a readily available person within the club - Paul McCarthy is struggling more with injury this year, and has done well with the PASE Team - putting Macca in charge with Ian Docker alongside him if the situation arose wouldnt be such a bad move in my view.
  8. Alan W (GNFC)

    forrest green

    Couldnt believe it was the same team as Saturday, bar Hawkins for Charles. There was no midfield creation, and no fight in the team as a whole. The only time we vaguely looked like we could get the goal back was the opening 10 minutes of the second half, but their keeper didnt have one save to make the whole game. I would have given Lance MOM - 3 or 4 excellent stops again - even when he made the mistake in the first half, he recovered it well. Also thought Pooley was solid enough at the back. I didnt think Hawkins was that bad - ok , his defensive header led to the goal, but 9 times out of 10 that would have flown into row Z of the stand (& thats not saying it wasnt a great strike & one that deserved to win the game).
  9. Alan W (GNFC)

    FA Youth Cup

    For anyone who is interested, I see that Lewes lost 2-1 at home to Hull last night - almost as many fans there as for their 1st team, as well - 529!
  10. Alan W (GNFC)

    Tomorrow night

    As its been mild(ish) overnight with no frost , there will obviously be no problem tonight now.
  11. Alan W (GNFC)

    Tomorrow night

    Is there any possibility the game could be frozen off tomorrow night? The forecast looks okay - remaining above freezing tonight (+3) and tomorrow (+4), but I'm not sure how much frost is in the ground? (particularly given that the Astroturf at the Rugby Club is currently frozen according to the Supporters Training thread).
  12. Alan W (GNFC)

    Setanta Shield Q/F Draw

    Wonderful - just what the doctor ordered (not!)- really wanted a home draw, and its away against probably the strongest other southern team left in the competition (and that applies even if we play Chelmsford). I'd fancy it being Telford and Wrexham through from the North and Woking from the South - ours could go either way.
  13. Alan W (GNFC)

    What is going on?

    Defensively, generally, we have settled down again, after a really bad period - we have actually only conceded 1 goal in each of the last 4 away games as well (giving 2 wins and 2x 1-0 defeats) Incidentally, where was Murray today?
  14. Alan W (GNFC)

    George Purcell

    I just wish he had a right foot though - its far easier for defenders when they know he's going to use his left foot all the time.
  15. Alan W (GNFC)

    What is going on?

    Another game full of action today and another solid Fleet performance lacking only in goals, and the only postings up to now refer to the poor treatment of Chris McPhee. The boys played really well again today, although we were fortunate at 1-0 when they had 3 on 1 against Lance and the guy simply side footed straight at Lance. Lance also made a great reaction save in the second half and there were a couple of other close shaves late on, but by then we should have had 4 or 5 goals. Overall an entertaining game and the right result in the end even if it was closer than it should have been. Thats now 6 games in all competitions (3 league, Setanta Shield, KSC and FA Cup) since we last conceded a goal at home (against Torquay on 18 October). Lets make it 7 on Tuesday against Forest Green.
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