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Ron Merlin

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  1. I saw this on the Daily Mash satirical news site the other day. You'll have to follow the link to see the photo and caption, though. http://www.thedailym...t-201201124760/ Everyone to start supporting Barnet FOOTBALL supporters are to switch their allegiance to a team whose scumbags they have never heard of. [photo] Everyone must now despise Enfield Town Third division club Barnet FC will prepare for the influx of several million supporters by borrowing some folding seats from a nearby church and 'muddling through'. Fan Martin Bishop said: "As
  2. Cheers for that, Duke. Have ordered the latest issue. The Town are also featured in the latest Groundtastic (GT67). There was a half-page feature in the autumn issue too.
  3. Well, I've had a go at translating the first part of this but the presenter spoke so quickly at times I couldn't get all of it. STEVE NEWING: Manager, Enfield Town FC Kirby, Kendall, Jonny Moore and Ewang… PRESENTER: We are in the locker room of Enfield Town, a London football team that...[unclear] And for good reason… [unclear] evolved in the eighth division across the channel. But just 10 years ago, Enfield in its own way upset the landscape of English football by becoming the first club in the kingdom to be created, owned and run by its own supporters. UNNAMED FAN: All the
  4. Just searched YouTube and found a couple - end of the game in this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1_xZ3TuZ34 And a Spurs fan sums up the game. Very complimentary about the Town http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oLc9zEuM8g I work in media evaluation, which means I can call up any channel from the last few weeks and watch it. Can't record, unfortunately, otherwise I'd put the Sky footage up myself. From what I've scanned so far (about 4 hours) I can tell you there were a few clips shown yesterday - a 30-second bit featuring both our goals, and a minute-long one with the teams running o
  5. Well, it was mentioned in the Non-League Paper and on last night's Non-League Football Show. Paul Millington did a short interview at the end and plugged it then. Presenter Caroline Barker also half-promised to get him in the studio. Maybe next Monday? Yesterday's Non-League Show is here. Interview from 53 minutes 16 seconds in.
  6. Happy birthday Medders! Don't know if he'll see this - does he do computers yet?
  7. Haven't received mien yet Are we speaking French on this board now? Moi non plus, je n'ai pas reçu le mien. (Trans: I haven't received mine either) I'll get my manteau...
  8. 10-June 11 - Happy Birthday Ron Merlin :)

  9. Saw this in Richard Godwin's comment piece in the Standard yesterday. Link: http://www.thisislon...ut-of-london.do Ignore the house price bit and scroll down. Text: Enfield's footie glory is only a billion away Congratulations to AFC Wimbledon, promoted to the football league just eight years after fans formed their own breakaway club in response to the original team's move to Milton Keynes. I await a similar resurrection for my own local team. When I was a teenager, Enfield FC was always threatening to "do a Wimbledon" and rise up from the non-leagues. How we cheered at th
  10. It looks like Saracens are stitching up B****t now by taking the Copthall stadium. Oh dear. Oh dear oh dear BBC story here
  11. From this week's Advertiser: http://www.northlondon-today.co.uk/News.cfm?id=37452&headline=Stadium%20receives%20%C2%A3250,000%20to%20help%20restoration%20project Screen grab below - click to enlarge. Good stuff!
  12. Here it is: Link: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23890426-rundown-stadium-gets-a-pound-250000-legacy-boost.do Text: Rundown stadium gets a £250,000 legacy boost Matthew Beard, Sports News Correspondent 22.10.10 An athletics stadium where British champions Sebastian Coe, Daley Thompson and Linford Christie once competed has become one of the first major beneficiaries of the Mayor's fund to boost sport before the Olympics. The Queen Elizabeth II Stadium in Enfield will receive £250,000 from the Olympic sports legacy fund as a contribution to a £1.2 milli
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