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  1. Reading a Farnham Town programme yesterday from the 2012/13 season and of the 22 clubs in the CCL Prem then, 15 of them will not be in the league next season. This is due to promotion, relegation, sideways movement and folding, but I found it astonishing. Certainly can't accuse the league of getting stale!
  2. Just a little reminder that it is Farnham Town v Hartley Wintney in the semi final of the Aldershot FA Senior Cup tomorrow. Kick off at 15.00.
  3. Gutted to have conceded so late! Sort of felt it coming, although a draw would have been fair. One thing that we have benefited from at Farnham is the work being done on the Memorial Hall helping the pitch. We now only get what rain falls on it, rather than the deluge from that side. One waterlogging postponement this season!
  4. Duncs has always been open about his identity on here. Not sure what your exposal was supposed to prove?
  5. Had Michael Begley (Conor Mcgregor lookalike) reffing at Farnham today. Had a great game. His application of advantage, player management and all round game make him the best ref in this league bar none. Spoke to him afterwards and it looks like he will be Ryman league next season. A sad loss to the CCL but a thoroughly deserved promotion.
  6. CB were much the better side at Farnham today, and thoroughly deserved to beat us. Management team are top blokes, and they were good lads on the pitch as well. A big thanks also for sweeping their changing room. An absolute rarity!
  7. CB were much the better side at Farnham today, and thoroughly deserved to beat us. Management team are top blokes, and they were good lads on the pitch as well. A big thanks also for sweeping their changing room. An absolute rarity!
  8. Unfortunately Duncs, a lot of referees don't seem to accept that the 'Respect' campaign has to go both ways. Could have ended very badly. I would certainly be seeking words with the ref if he made such comments to my son.
  9. Good, competitive game at Farnham Town today, not helped by bizarre refereeing decisions. A disallowed goal that the lino didn't flag for was strange, but we'll take what we're given. Keith Hills and the rest of the Knaphill bench truly nice, decent blokes.
  10. What is your point? As you will see from my original point, I state that in my opinion there is no point in under 21 leagues. The whole thing with reserve leagues is ANY age can play. Why have an under 21 league and then let each team have three over age players? If you went to watch reserve team football you would see you get that mix. What happens if you have a number of under 21 lads missing one weekend and have reached your limit on overage players? The game gets postponed and the club get fined.
  11. Play reserve team football like they do now.
  12. If you're not playing regular first team football at 21, you probably never will. Can't see the point in under 21 leagues. If you want to run an under 21 team, then great, but blood it in a normal reserve league against men or your not really helping anyone out.
  13. Fair enough, but there is no clash here. The school operates at totally different times to the football club so it is purely trying to get Hartley Wintney FC to finance a solution to their own parking issue. If they had similar operating hours I would totally get it, but they do not. I think it is grossly unfair to Hartley Wintney FC, and the governor saying they have thought about locking the gates is just, in my opinion, spiteful. Good luck to HWFC in overcoming this.
  14. Don't have a problem with that if there is a genuine reason. I can't see one here.
  15. It's ridiculous. One of the school governors states- 'promotion would mean an increase in supporters and parking needs, adding the school has ‘seriously considered’ locking the car park gates at the weekend. “This would of course significantly increase the parking in Green Lane and impact on our neighbours, including the football club, which we are currently reluctant to do,” he added. “We would much prefer to find a solution that suits everyone.”' Locking the gates will help. Since when do schools have classes at 19.45 on a Tuesday, or 15.00 on Saturday? Greed and awkwardness are two words that spring to mind.
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