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WXEn8

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WXEn8 last won the day on July 4 2017

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About WXEn8

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  • Birthday 08/05/1961

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    Stoke City (follows Enfield Town, likes ACF Fiorentina)
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    Arsenal/ManUre
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    Banks (RIP), Gill, Batistuta

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  1. Despite my flippancy at the Lewes game the other week about following government guidelines and avoiding large crowds (!) I've been thinking about this too. Not sure it will apply to us or many other non-league games as the crowds rarely get near what the government and other bodies deem 'a large gathering' which seems to be in excess of 500.
  2. Arky - Thank you for the information regarding card payments, very useful. Wildlife rescue/72wembleyfinal/old towner - Totally agree, hence my opening sentence.
  3. Sorry? Have we something to hide then?
  4. Firstly, huge respect and thanks to all those who give their time so cheaply or freely to E.T.F.C. so that we mere mortals can watch football at the QEII. BUT Why in the name of Town does so much of our merchandise have nothing to do with the colours on the pitch? I fully understand having items in current and former away colours, but why oh why is there so much NAVY blue instead of ROYAL BLUE? Even one of our directors passed comment last night about a new batch of scarves being "The wrong blue"! Is it appease the followers of that team up in N17? Or does nobody actually check what's being ordered? This, surely, is about branding and club identity? Being united in one set of team colours? Not very messianic in my humble opinion. And why I'm at it, if Butler's Bar can sell me beer on a card, why does the club shop only take cash? It's 2020!
  5. Pitch inspection at 9.30? What about the wind though? Any thoughts?
  6. Don't bank on it! When the roof of the Butler Street stand at the Vic' in Stoke blew off in 1976 it wasn't insured and they sold off Greenhoff, Pejic, Barnard et al cut price to cover the cost of repairs. And that was a first division club!
  7. So, exactly what I said then?!?!?
  8. Whilst I agree totally with the sentiments aired in this thread, I must stand up for the right of any paying punter to eloquent protest. In the same way as I complimented our referee for the Maldon & Tiptree game, I have on occasions felt it my duty to point out a referee's shameful ineptitude, questioned their right to their match fee and enquire how they could possibly sleep soundly that night, all without resorting to expletives! Swearing and personal abuse are water of a duck's back with referees, whereas the truth, clearly told is far more affective.
  9. Definitely something in Carshalton's tea, Town didn't get a look in midfield in the second half! But, as was astutely pointed out to me last night, Town rallied through it whereas last season they would have crumbled. A bit tense, but a decent result.
  10. Churlish of me I know, but if it had come out the hat the other way round It'd save me some money on petrol!!!
  11. Agreed, seemed a spur of the moment decision, but there must have been a reason? Wonder what he said? He can be a bit 'passionate' !
  12. No credit given to the ref? Who, after the last couple of no hopers at the QEII, had an extremely good game I thought?
  13. Agree with your first point. Thought the Cheshunt ref was worse? Just a scrappy game with neither side being able to dominate. I'll take a point!
  14. 621? Really? Sounds like an accountant's attendance to me! Great day out, Faal on fire (how long can we keep him I wonder?), great performance, great support as usual, good ground which (note to board) sold decent pies!!!
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