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The Crowing Cockerel

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The Crowing Cockerel last won the day on November 24 2020

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About The Crowing Cockerel

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    Enfield
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    Eating, sleeping and crowing early doors.
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    Enfield Town
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  1. 8 Spurs players (so far) testing positive for Covid and reports that the club have asked to postpone the game against Brighton. Can't see that Isthmian League squads are going to be immune.
  2. I agree that this squad is as strong as any we have had - ever. I don't think the question is 'who would I not be sad to see go?' but rather 'who would you want to bring in?'. If we were able to bring in a player who was an improvement on any we already had then I would be happy - albeit I wouldn't be happy to see the usurped player leave. Its the way of the sporting world. If we were able to bring in a player who scores 50 goals a season and in return let Mo and his 45 goals a season leave then you'd have to support that decision. I think Billy Crook of a couple of years back would
  3. I appreciate we've been winning and flying high in the table, but it is of note that fellow title/play-off challengers have moved to strengthen recently. Examples would be Worthing bringing in a striker from Dorking and Hornchurch signing Tom Wraight from Chelmsford. We've not been on this kind of streak since our days in the Ryman North, so I appreciate that this is uncharted territory, but should we be looking to strengthen still further even at the risk of losing a squad player or two?
  4. ETFC 1 - 1 FIFC - Faal - equalises a minute later following a defensive mix-up involving keeper and defender.
  5. ...the Omicron variant wreaks havoc with non-league football? With infection rates back up to July levels (circa 50k per day) and Ireland closing nightclubs, surely its only a matter of time before further restrictions come in here. Alternatively, if we're all to "keep clam and party on" how can we avoid playing squads being decimated by Covid infections (in a best case scenario)? Sorry to be a harbinger of doom, but are there contingency measures in place? By that I mean: will promotion/relegation still take place if the league season is once again curtailed? Will teams be forced to fiel
  6. Looks like Eastleigh have about 1500-2000 attending home games. So should be a fairly decent crowd - which is good news for the club with gate receipts being split.
  7. Could've been given a much easier draw, but with this squad you just never know!
  8. Talking about needing a strong squad, any news on the injuries to Scott Thomas and Josh Urquhart?
  9. Moving to a National League club (albeit struggling) on a contract seems unlikely to be the result of a lack of game time where he is, doesn't it?
  10. Looking at the winning goal I reckon Mickey Parcell got the final touch - top lad! Anyone else starting to think about a potential sell-out game at Worthing on 26th Feb?
  11. 0-1 at h/t. Unbeaten home record very much in jeopardy.
  12. If AL doesn't get us into the play-offs this season then I would welcome Brad back. I've not forgotten the way he gutted our squad when he left, but that's the nature of non-league non-contract football. It would be all change at the end of this season with the likes of Mo likely moving in if we don't go up, so the squad will probably need freshening-up in any event in those circumstances.
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