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About Savagebee

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    National Squad - 1st XI

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    Petersham, Richmond, Surrey.
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    Walking, Music.
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    Local Non League Football Clubs, Brentford FC.
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    The Premier League.
  • Fav. Player(s)
    Gary Bannister, Gary Blissett, Pavel Nedved, David Beckham, Robbie Savage, Charlie MacDonald, Sam Saunders, Gareth Bale, Todd Cantwell.
  • Fav. Sport(s)
    Football And Most Other Sports.

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  1. Just mainly Surrey or Middlesex for me these days and I've travelled even less this season due to all the restrictions and mask wearing that I can't be bothered with if im honest. Yep I agree with ya.
  2. Oh yes Mr Rhodes 👍 I'm already making a list of possible games and i may even try to watch two games on the 5th 😀
  3. The South West Peninsula Football League will restart fixtures on Saturday 5th December.
  4. Chipstead 14 Viking Greenford 1 #Ouch
  5. £300 million Sport bailout 🏉 Union: £135m Horseracing: £40m Football: £28m Motorsport: £6m Tennis: £5m Netball: £4m Basketball: £4m Ice Hockey: £4m Badminton: £2m Grassroots football £0m 🤔 Because the FREE volunteers will keep Grassroots football alive!
  6. This could push even more ⚽ supporters to go and watch there local non league footy instead. Which is great news for non league ⚽ clubs. I know some non league ⚽ clubs saw an increase in attendances before the 2nd lockdown.
  7. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said a limited number of fans can return with up to 4,000 allowed into venues that are in Tier 1 locations after December 2. Clubs situated in Tier 2 will only be able to let 2,000 in while those that are in Tier 3, likely to include Liverpool and Manchester, will be prevented from allowing supporters in.
  8. The Daily Mail report that the Premier League outlined their Covid Code of Conduct in a letter to clubs on Saturday. They claim the document said: "This may include banning singing, shouting and alcohol consumption." Fans will be asked to sign up to the Code of Conduct when they buy a ticket, the report adds. Other measures expected include filling in a health questionnaire, wearing a mask and following signs about social distancing within the stadium. Ha Ha not for me in a million years! #Rubbish
  9. Would love to see Rebadiah Hongfield return to this forum.
  10. R.I.P. The Matchday Programe that has been dieing a slow death for a few years now another thing that Covid-19 or should I say the Bad Flu will help to kill off for good which has not been helped by our Supreme Leaders making this whole thing a lot worse than it should have been.
  11. Maybe. Says on the Oxhey Jets FC Twitter page that they got it from another Twitter page.
  12. Lockdown: Boris Johnson to give outdoor grassroots sport the all-clear to return from December 2 Outdoor sports to be permitted even in areas placed in high tiers under the government system; Prime Minister to announce plans to ease restrictions in the House of Commons; amateur sports have been suspended since November 5 Outdoor grassroots sport will be allowed to resume in England when the national lockdown ends. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make a statement to the House of Commons this afternoon, outlining plans for a relaxation of restrictions from December 2. Outdoor sport for all ages will be permitted, even in areas most affected by the Government's Covid-19 tier system.
  13. 7 people guessed right even though it was 6 people up to a couple of hours ago 😂
  14. Next 1st team match View North Greenford Utd (1st team) v. Walsham Le Willows Sat. 5th December 2020 FA Vase (Second Round) Kick off: 3:00pm North Greenford United (home) Form Guide North Greenford Utd Walsham Le Willows L L W W L W L D W W Leading Scorer Joe Mills 5 Keiran Twinn 11 Match Preview This will be our biggest test in the Vase this season as Walsham are 6th in the Thurlow Nunn League with a record of Played 9, won 5, drew 1 and lost 3. They reached this round with wins over Hoddesden Town 5-1 and Sheringham 1-0. We at the moment are the joint 2nd top scorers in the cup this season with 14 goals with wins over Chalvey Sports 5-1, Oxhey Jets 3-1 and Sandhurst Town 6-2. Assistant Manager Gary Brown's thoughts ahead of the game. What a strange season it's been stop, start, but finally there's light at the end of the tunnel with a massive FA Vase game to kick the season back off. We have equalled the furthest the club has got in this great competion and playing some great football along the way. The boys will be ready for the game no doubt and with this young squad, if they turn up and play like they can they will be a match for anyone in the competition. Walsham will be a great test for us and I'm sure they will be up for the game too and let's hope its a good match. We have a fully fit side to chose from which we haven't had for the last month which is great for us because it gives us loads of options all over the park. Its a good distraction from the league and gives us a chance to showcase our young talent. We know Walsham are going to be a good test but if we play like we can I have total confidence we will get the result. Win, lose or draw, its nice for football to be back in these hard times, so let's enjoy it while we can. We wish our opponents a safe journey and good luck for the rest of the season in their League.
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