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Reading Rebel

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  1. Eddie

     

    Was not a dig at you, but just needed to put some others straight.

     

    Even those who were there are getting this out of proportion - if he had scored it would have been a legendry momment.

     

    Looks like we are going to have to sit and wait to see if this season gets finished - I doubt it, and then what happens to next seasons leagues.

     

    Hope to see you soon, but we will just have to sit and wait.

  2. Indeed 530 or something I think it was, last game and they all saw us win the league. So where are they now? Clearly it is an inflated figure as it was a big game but surely at least 400 were Windsor fans? And well said, we are not bailing Peter out we are trying to keep the club going because has put his heart and soul into the club and has no more left to give. Lets pull together and get through this first stage and I think we will be okay, just got to get this initial bit sorted. Anyone who thinks giving a little bit won't help, it will. If everyone gives a little it will combine to make a lot. If we all think our little won't help,we will have nothing and fail. I don't know the infinite details of your plight but from the outside looking in it looks like to get promotion and to stay in your current division you've been spending more than you can afford. Who's fault is that if not Peter Simpson's?.
  3. It's called supporting a team Rother!
  4. Don't know if it's in one of the local papers but on the Burnham forum (now been removed from the forum) there was a post by Burnham Lad stating that Will Dunlop has returned to Burnham.
  5. Didn't mean to sound condecending Hovis but your views on the game did seem a bit strange although you're entitled to your views. Without harping on too much because after all it was only a friendly, yes, overall play was fairly even but on chances missed/disallowed I think we had more of them but as they say missed chances don't win games. Not sure I agree with your comment that the PREMIER will attract a better standard of player. Some will go where the money is and some will see that a club are going places and want to be a part of that success. A prime example would be Bury Town. I would say that most of their players were good enough for at least the premier division but decided to play for Bury in Div 1 and are now reaping the rewards.
  6. Hovis, I reckon you must of had a few sherberts, during the game and when you wrote the above drivel!
  7. Not really, the game against Penn and Tylers mattered to me because I know how important it is to have good pre-season. Teams that have a poor pre-season and then go on to win leagues etc are very few and far between. But I know what you mean about results don't matter. It's the performance that matters, just look at today's game.
  8. True. But I bet most of you thought a whooping was on the cards?
  9. So your 'certain pleasure in the result' must be tempered by the fact that your lot scraped in against a team from 'a lower league'. BTW I'll never understand your logic of 'friendlies don't matter'. It is most certainly a very narrow pointy of view. Ask any manager/player and they will say a good pre-season is vital to a good season.
  10. Surprised your even bothering to comment on something you are not concerned about. Perhaps you've changed your mind now that your lot sneeked a win?
  11. Yes. I want to whoop your ass. Enjoy the game then? Thouroughly enjoyed it. An excellent workout for both teams. A draw would have been a fair result but hey friendlies don't matter do they? I would be surprised if you were there as you seem to not care about pre-season games.
  12. Smudger talks about 3 or 4 long term injuries, anyone know who they are?
  13. Yes. I want to whoop your ass.
  14. Don't forget Windsorian, Peter's feeling the pinch and there are some promises to be kept.
  15. I think 'were' being the operative word WR. Going to the cinema instead of watching his beloved Windsor against Slough. What a lightweight that Woody character is.
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