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  1. I think the early pitch inspection shows it will be called off.Can't see much football going ahead today.
  2. One of the big concerns at this level is the vast turnover of playing squads .Caused by players mostly not being contracted/7 day approach rule/the lack of loyalty of modern day players..etc..All this adds up to a lack of connection and shared bond between playing squads and supporters.It effects most clubs,not just ours..I believe this plays a part in falling attendances.As does having traditional fanbases moving away from their home towns in large numbers as communities become more mobile.
  3. Some non-league attendees will be Spurs season ticket holders.They attend a local non-league game when Spurs are playing away from home.As Haringey have had their fixtures arranged to coincide with Spurs playing away this season, haringey now get the benefit of some of these 'casual' Spurs supporters that may well have to come to see Town in the past on 'Spurs away days'.
  4. We should be able to generate more money by being in a higher league.More away fans.More prize money..etc Could we get a better option than Andy for zero wages? Debatable.Probably not..Could we find better option if we could afford to pay modest wages? Maybe. Probably.
  5. I see us on a similar path to that of Wealdstone FC since they lost their ground in 1990-91..It has taken them nearly 30 years to climb back (very slowly) to the National League South..We are less than 20 years into our project.
  6. Far too predictable..As soon as we went 2-1 up.Everyone one of us knew we would give the lead away with poor defending.
  7. i personally thought we needed a management change at the end of last season.The board though gave Andy their continued backing for this season.And as such he deserves to be able to finish the season and try to gain that play-off place we are all seeking.Stock will be taken of the success or otherwise of the 2019-20 campaign in the closed season.
  8. Don't really see the point of changing a manager at this stage of the season.As i said at the start of the season,if we make top 5 the managers position will be safe.If we finish 6th-8th in the league the jury will be out (but the board will probably stick by their man).If we finish 9th or below i feel the mangers position will be untenable. Lets wait and see.
  9. Are we saying that Andy moved the Centre Back to Right back.And a the Right Back to Centre Back as soon as we went one nil up? Seems an odd thing to do.
  10. Were Andy and his first team staff in the dug-out today?
  11. I think the consensus was before the start of the season that our manager (after a poor season previously) would have to get top 5 in the league this year to stop the increased talk of a management change.Especially as there are no big (spending) clubs in the league this year.And the board have back Andy with the increase in player wages and contracts. We could still finish top 3 or 18th again..No need to panic yet.I'm sure by the end of the season we will know for sure either way.
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