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Terrence Collina

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Terrence Collina last won the day on June 15 2015

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About Terrence Collina

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  • Birthday 29/12/1980

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  1. just my opinion but I would rather have more teams who do not have the grading for step 5 than have reserve teams in division 1. Of course the FA are forcing the leagues up and down the country into this situation by their silly entry ground requirements for step 6.
  2. If you don't want to disrupt the squad yes you may choose to just let the player go but if a player signs a contract, in my opinion the club has most of the control and the only benefit for a player is the guaranteed wage.
  3. But a contract means you are at the mercy of the club you signed that contract with. If, as the player, you wanted to leave then tough, until the contract expired or you could negotiate an exit. Even worse if you were under 24 when even if it expired you could not leave against the club's wishes unless a fee was paid.
  4. But at the same time do you need to have a contract to keep a player. I think most of us remember what happened to Dan Whitby a few years ago.
  5. I was offered a contract by Sandhurst in my first spell there in 1998 and they would have paid me £2/3 and it was purely for their benefit not mine. Fortunately for me it didn't get followed up over the summer break and I managed to go up a level at Christmas the following season. Bracknell Town had a guy on a contact last season and he ended up going to Maidenhead. I don't think much, if any, of a transfer fee was paid, I think it was more that if he left Bracknell they wanted him to go up a level (or 3 in this case) rather than another Hellenic side.
  6. ...and made some terrible body art decisions
  7. I read that Reading released him when he was 14 for being too small. He is 6'3" now!
  8. no harm in having ambition, but they will find it tough
  9. To practice as a physiotherapist, you must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). In order to register, you must successfully complete an HCPC-approved programme in physiotherapy, which is offered by a number of universities. These are offered as three or four year undergraduate degrees and two year postgraduate levels. There are also part-time courses available. Source: http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/explore-by-career/allied-health-professions/careers-in-the-allied-health-professions/physiotherapist/entry-and-training/ Good luck in finding someone with that qualification. May be better off trying to find a first aided and then send them on the FA Injury Management Course.
  10. Why would Eversley need a lottery win?
  11. Here is a link to a local paper round my way of a referee who tries to explain the decision (or non decision) made by an official. Can't say I always agree with how he explains it but normally a good read. http://www.getreading.co.uk/authors/dick-sawdon-smith/ Gluck made a good comment on the 'professional' pundits who are normally clueless and still continue to call them rules rather than laws. Danny Murphy said a stupid one during the Man Utd Arsenal cup match when Di Maria was sent off. The only criticism I have of Michael Oliver on that is that he gave Di Maria a second yellow rather than a straight red.
  12. and isn't Sunday football played at Chalky Lane as well?
  13. There seems to be a trend developing with Woking Council built facilities. Knaphill have had terrible drainage problems previously (yes the canal is probably the biggest culprit) and now Westfield.
  14. surely Warlingham's ground problem was that the pitch was roped off rather than a fixed barrier?
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