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  1. mug2football

    Jersey Bulls

    Completely agree with the wall!
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    Jersey Bulls

    Jersey is 170 miles away from Croydon. (the way the crow flies) Powerful gate crasher!
  3. mug2football

    Jersey Bulls

    I couldn't agree more Chris! exactly the point i was trying to make. The clubs you talk of have earned the right ! The trouble is now, the vast majority of clubs in Div 1 and Prem for that matter will support Jersey Bulls fully as they get a trip to Jersey rather than a trip to those local Clubs you mentioned. In the intermediate they are struggling for numbers, this maybe a better place to start a new club/team? I know the intermediate would welcome a new club with open arms.
  4. mug2football

    Jersey Bulls

    AFC Wimbledon jumped in at Premier and Guernsey jump on-board in Div 1. Both had money and lots of it! We don't have loads of money because we treat our u6's the same as men's team and reinvest loads back in for the benefit of the whole club. I suppose i have just answered my own question there.....but wouldn't change the way we work for anyone. Just a shame no one shows this sort of interest and support in a structured club which was formed in 2007. Thanks for showing an interest though Moleseyman, if you ever get the time on a Saturday please pop over for a watch. (Burgers on me and a pint after if you fancy it?)
  5. mug2football

    Jersey Bulls

    To be fair i agree with what you say about facilities V managers and players, but to just have a ground only and jump straight into CCL1? To be honest our aim as a club is to eventually end up in the CCL, But we were told we have to work our way up the levels (No levels can be skipped). As a Club we are doing exactly what we have been advised, but to see complete new set-up jump straight into the Pyramid is a real kicker for us and any other clubs striving to do the same.
  6. mug2football

    Jersey Bulls

    We think its a great move for League and F.A officials (Getting a free jolly) And all member clubs of the CCL1 (Getting a free jolly) Ground: yes, Manager: No, Players: No Worrying! When will football lead in front of money? Chairman of Lyne F.C
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    Management

    Money! and aspirations of manager V Board And the yearly shuffle of the deck of the same managers. Same old mate....
  8. Hi All, Lyne F.C are looking for pre-season home matches from the start of July, if interested please contact: nigel@lynefc.co.uk
  9. mug2football

    Westfield FC - 2017/18 Champions

    Smashed it!, well done Westfield a brilliant season! Next comes Bedfont i'm thinking........
  10. mug2football

    Dave Reader - Bedfont Sports FC

    And yes Frank has done an equally brilliant job with CB.....Surely at CCL we should see 10-15 other clubs doing something similar?
  11. mug2football

    Dave Reader - Bedfont Sports FC

    One of the few......
  12. mug2football

    Dave Reader - Bedfont Sports FC

    Bedfont sports is one of the few clubs in the CCL with its own ground going in the right direction on and off the field. The junior section is going great guns and is well structured, the senior side is going from strength to strength and the facilities are top draw!. All this is happening within the means of the club which is spot on. All of this is down to Dave's structured vision and great family and volunteer support! Blue print for other clubs? Well done Dave very much deserved!!
  13. mug2football

    Raynes Park Vale FC Update

    Am i missing something here? and have i got the wrong end of the stick..... The statement: This had to be done by December 31 or the club would have folded collapsing three senior teams and 30 junior teams. So basically if the senior teams go under by not having a ground that has not been maintained it takes down 30 junior teams with them? You would have expected that the youth teams and their 1000 plus parents would have stepped up to the base if this was going to happen I would have a very good look at how the whole club is structured ........ and ensure these kids team are secured for years to come. On the other hand fair play to the construction company for pulling a rabbit out of the hat!
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    Premier Title Race All Over ?

    The crap pitch season starts shortly and all can change. Those with plastic pitches just may hold the trump cards. We will see.......
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