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On a different note we are due to play chessington next Tuesday which will b off I'm sure due to no dramatic change in weather for the better so can't we change the venue to leg of mutton assuming Cobham aren't playing of course? How easy is it to do?

 

The Surrey FA website is showing Chessy as playing their Surrey Senior cup 2nd round game next Tuesday v Godalming Town!

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C&H v Godalming is postponed, pitch waterlogged.

Was you playing redflop , ah yes I'm remembering seeing you , now was it a clear open goal from six yards that you put in the oil tanks ,  

Buck,   Not quite sure how you work out it was an 'attack.' He said he hopes he is alright; I said he isnt. I said I didnt like him walking off with a smile on his face; I wasnt. He said he isnt tha

He's not ok, Joe and isn't alright. It's not broken, but you've done some damage that will keep our top scorer out for probably a couple of months. What annoyed me most was you walking off smiling after recieving your yellow card (dont say you didnt). Maybe this was something funny the ref said to you or may have been the comment your bench were making of "it's just a bruise." It isn't a bruise. Regarding our managements reaction to you, a good friend and team mate had just been talking to hospital and as for calling you a dirty **** when you 'aren't that sort of player,' they don't know you do they, so why would they have any other perception of you after that?

 

Already been told to not come on here and comment on the ref but all I will say, is just when I thought we couldn't get a worse man in the middle than last season when we played Mole Valley at home, this chap turned up.

 

What was also frustrating is the comments JDSPFC made on our red cards. Mike Smith's one, I asked the ref how it was different to the one on Kieran and he kind of mumbled and then walked off. The red for Staff, he indeed did walk to his linesman for clarification. When I asked the lino what he asked, he said "whether the played came from behind and I said yes." Well unless there was some sort of Derren Brown s*** going on, where he made everyone believe this, i was pretty sure they were side by side.

 

Good to see Bally, who somehow scored with a cruyff about 12 yards out which rolled through two players legs! Had some banter with Jeffers and the other little lad up top.

 

But anyway, we didn't win, we've lost our striker for a few weeks, 2 red cards, but it's a point with 9 men. Testament to us really, seeing as when it was 11 v 9, their goalkeeper was time wasting. Needless to say we are all looking forward to the reverse fixture already, later in the season.

 

Agreed Milesy absolutely not alright - obviously we all think about it from a football perspective but he's self employed so won't be earning for a few weeks.

 

How the referee doesn't take stronger action for a tackle he describes as 'out of control and over the top of the ball' I don't know but I imagine he can talk that through with the assessor!!

 

Any comments from our bench and management team where in direct reponse to the players on the Cove bench.

 

That aside a magnificent performance from our 9 men outplaying the 11 men from Cove and nicking the equaliser through Chris Smith before Cove went down to nine players in the last 5 minutes - player went off injured looked a nasty knee injury spoke to him after the match and he did his ACL previously so hopefully not the same injury! and the Cove skipper sent off for two bookings.

 

Onwards and upwards looking forward to our Vase match away to Ash at the weekend ...

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Apologies mate, i didn't realise at the time but that was you that said hello to me last night, wasn't it?!

 

Very open game as you say!!

 

Yes mate. My you have dropped some timber ain't ya ! Was very impressed with the Croydon middle pair. Small 4 plenty of nice touches and the 8 a strong powerful break up play type. That with the pace all round they can surely only improve. Epsom were however def not at their best. You have hooked up with John ain't you at Chips ? Must say the coach put them through a tough session out the back. Next we will have a proper catch up.

 

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Who do you play for? Yeah he's a good lad and a very decent keeper...but hoping to stick one past him Saturday.

bedfont sports mate an dont ell him hes decent his heads big enough as it is!!!

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Nath,

 

i dont tend to come on here at all to be honest, forums are not for me but what ive read id just like to make a few points myself.

 

i really do hope Lavery makes a quick and speedy recovery for you boys and unfortunate that he is self employed. i hope he is personally insured for such things, as we all know that accidents happen, whether u agree with this or not, and can continue to keep an income coming in.

 

in defence to Joe on your attack to him he didnt have to come on here, a forum that he rarely uses himself, and find out how the lad is doing. knowing Joe well i know he wouldnt have gone in to intentionally hurt the lad, no one can deny it was a very competitive game from the outset. if you're wanting to talk about tackles, i feel your number 2 was lucky to stay on the pitch with a two footed lunge in the first half,a tackle that could have been alot worse but thankfully not. going back to the Lavery injury i personally spoke with your physio as we came out after half time to see how he was, she was pretty sure it wasnt a break at the time and with him walking off with a bit of help, it would have been unfortunate to have been a broken ankle with out alot of pain showing.

 

i really do appreciate your frustration at losing one of your top players to injury, but lets face it it could have easily been a game with many more serious injuries with tackles from behind (from my view) and off the ball incidences.

 

i wont go into commenting on the officials as its already been said.

 

all the best for the season

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Nath,

 

i dont tend to come on here at all to be honest, forums are not for me but what ive read id just like to make a few points myself.

 

i really do hope Lavery makes a quick and speedy recovery for you boys and unfortunate that he is self employed. i hope he is personally insured for such things, as we all know that accidents happen, whether u agree with this or not, and can continue to keep an income coming in.

 

in defence to Joe on your attack to him he didnt have to come on here, a forum that he rarely uses himself, and find out how the lad is doing. knowing Joe well i know he wouldnt have gone in to intentionally hurt the lad, no one can deny it was a very competitive game from the outset. if you're wanting to talk about tackles, i feel your number 2 was lucky to stay on the pitch with a two footed lunge in the first half,a tackle that could have been alot worse but thankfully not. going back to the Lavery injury i personally spoke with your physio as we came out after half time to see how he was, she was pretty sure it wasnt a break at the time and with him walking off with a bit of help, it would have been unfortunate to have been a broken ankle with out alot of pain showing.

 

i really do appreciate your frustration at losing one of your top players to injury, but lets face it it could have easily been a game with many more serious injuries with tackles from behind (from my view) and off the ball incidences.

 

i wont go into commenting on the officials as its already been said.

 

all the best for the season

 

Buck,

 

Not quite sure how you work out it was an 'attack.' He said he hopes he is alright; I said he isnt. I said I didnt like him walking off with a smile on his face; I wasnt. He said he isnt that sort of player and didnt appreciate the comments made to him by our bench about being dirty; I explained that he didnt exactly cover himself in glory and give the perception of a player that isnt like that. He may well not be, but we dont know that. No he didnt have to come on here, but he rightly did so because he should have done and was out of line last night. For that, fair play to him.

 

Agree with you regarding our number 2, he's always a feisty player and if he wasnt close to being sent off for a couple of tackles/retaliating, it could have been for his mouth.

 

Im over it now mate, I could list the offences you and your team committed throughout the 90 minutes last night as well as the officials but its pointless. I cant see the standard of officiating getting any better so its something we'll have to put up with at this level.

 

Good luck. See you at ours.

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Epsom were certailnly not at there best,and not having a game for 2 weeks didnt help,but fair play to Croydon they were excellant,worked hard,and played some good football, good luck to John and the lads in the Vase on saturday

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jesus christ, is this your first year in mens football milesy? grow and man up eh. learn a lesson about the game from tuesday-if the other team start strong and get a few in-then get a few in yourself, if the refs weak and inconsistent-test it to the limit.

 

if you worry about your day job-dont play, watch. its a contact sport at grass roots level what do you expect?

 

bitching about a tackle on a forum-the stuff of overprotective parents in kids football. sort yourself out.

 

mark the card, you got 90 at home to come. make sure its a good one. easy done.

 

ffs what has this game become.

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Have to agree with you there HTH. I wonder if we would be having this debate if the tackle had been on a different South Park player, and not their star man? The fact that their best player will now be out for several weeks/months has probably made the whole situation worse and harder to swallow. I hope he makes a full and speedy recovery and is fit to play in the return fixture.

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Young lad myself, HTH. Only been playing a couple of years so ill have to learn from Tuesday and having an opinion. Thanks for the advice though. Were you there watching/playing the game or just chucking a couple pence worth in?

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jesus christ, is this your first year in mens football milesy? grow and man up eh. learn a lesson about the game from tuesday-if the other team start strong and get a few in-then get a few in yourself, if the refs weak and inconsistent-test it to the limit.

 

if you worry about your day job-dont play, watch. its a contact sport at grass roots level what do you expect?

 

bitching about a tackle on a forum-the stuff of overprotective parents in kids football. sort yourself out.

 

mark the card, you got 90 at home to come. make sure its a good one. easy done.

 

ffs what has this game become.

 

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He's not ok, Joe and isn't alright. It's not broken, but you've done some damage that will keep our top scorer out for probably a couple of months. What annoyed me most was you walking off smiling after recieving your yellow card (dont say you didnt). Maybe this was something funny the ref said to you or may have been the comment your bench were making of "it's just a bruise." It isn't a bruise. Regarding our managements reaction to you, a good friend and team mate had just been talking to hospital and as for calling you a dirty **** when you 'aren't that sort of player,' they don't know you do they, so why would they have any other perception of you after that?

 

Already been told to not come on here and comment on the ref but all I will say, is just when I thought we couldn't get a worse man in the middle than last season when we played Mole Valley at home, this chap turned up.

 

What was also frustrating is the comments JDSPFC made on our red cards. Mike Smith's one, I asked the ref how it was different to the one on Kieran and he kind of mumbled and then walked off. The red for Staff, he indeed did walk to his linesman for clarification. When I asked the lino what he asked, he said "whether the played came from behind and I said yes." Well unless there was some sort of Derren Brown s*** going on, where he made everyone believe this, i was pretty sure they were side by side.

 

Good to see Bally, who somehow scored with a cruyff about 12 yards out which rolled through two players legs! Had some banter with Jeffers and the other little lad up top.

 

But anyway, we didn't win, we've lost our striker for a few weeks, 2 red cards, but it's a point with 9 men. Testament to us really, seeing as when it was 11 v 9, their goalkeeper was time wasting. Needless to say we are all looking forward to the reverse fixture already, later in the season.

 

Beyond harsh. There is no way in a million years he would try to hurt anyone, Joe literally doesnt have a bad bone in his body. In football people make mistakes, its the nature of the game, we have all been on the end of some shockers but we know (well hope) it was never intended. Paris certainly would never have intended anything. He has said sorry and held his hands up, doesnt need more thrown in his direction. Strangely enough, if your unfortunate enough to injure someone, you feel like shi*e, so if someone has that bit about them to actually make an effort to apologise and see how the player is in a public forum you should probably lay off them abit. Wish your player the speediest of recoveries, I actually played with him once at Horley when he was getting fit in the ressies (i think), he was a lovely lad and actually tolerated my constant waywood passes lol :)

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Yes mate. My you have dropped some timber ain't ya ! Was very impressed with the Croydon middle pair. Small 4 plenty of nice touches and the 8 a strong powerful break up play type. That with the pace all round they can surely only improve. Epsom were however def not at their best. You have hooked up with John ain't you at Chips ? Must say the coach put them through a tough session out the back. Next we will have a proper catch up.

 

Matt

 

Sorry, wasn't really with it Tuesday night! Yeah thanks, have done near enough 3 stone thank god! Like you, I was very impressed with Croydon, good movement, seemed young and very lively.

 

I'm helping John a little but mainly now going out to watch some games for him as can't commit all the time needed so is unfair to just keep coming and going. He's got couple of good coaches that work them hard and plenty of help on match day so all good!

 

Yeah defo catch up properly again soon mate, take care

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Have to agree with you there HTH. I wonder if we would be having this debate if the tackle had been on a different South Park player, and not their star man? The fact that their best player will now be out for several weeks/months has probably made the whole situation worse and harder to swallow. I hope he makes a full and speedy recovery and is fit to play in the return fixture.

 

Who the tackle was on is irelevant in the context of the game! It was a horrible tackle which deserved a harsher punishment. We all understand that these tackles happen and im sure the lad didnt mean to hurt Kieran, but when you see two of your own players sent off for lesser challenges its going to upset/ frustrate people.

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back to winning ways with a superb solo effort from jack beadle who cut in from the left an curled a shot to the keepers far right this was in the first 10 minutes an in patches we played ok we rested hodge, watts, ryan an s bamford with joe jackson coming back in after being away for the last game! hanwell had a lot of possesion but just had no real quality in the final third there were a few goal mouth scrambles an a couple of point blank range efforts but young wines in goal was unbeatable last night an is really growing into a promising gk for us !! second half for us was more posession an we kept the ball better baldock going close an jackson shouldve added another but we hanwell again struggling in final third a few half chances but not really troubling wines!

ref was poor for both teams giving fouls for good tackles as if it was a non contact sport an it wasnt a dirty game just competetive on the night an i dont know what they put in the water in hanwell but they had some units playing ! highlight of the night was me doing a warm up an stacking it jus behind the lino he said 2 can you stop all that diving malarky" class lol ;)

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Joe Paris has form for this from his Camberley days. Used to smile after a tackle and refs thought he was a youth player and gave him the benefit.

You are an idiot I can never remember Joe making a bad tackle and then smiling afterwards, have you got evidence to back this up or is it as I guess more of your BS,why would a Ref give the benefit to anyone wether he is a youth player or an experienced player a bad tackle is a bad tackle no matter who has done it,do you honestly know how our game works ?
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bedfont sports 1 hanwell town 0

 

back to winning ways with a superb solo effort from jack beadle who cut in from the left an curled a shot to the keepers far right this was in the first 10 minutes an in patches we played ok we rested hodge, watts, ryan an s bamford with joe jackson coming back in after being away for the last game! hanwell had a lot of possesion but just had no real quality in the final third there were a few goal mouth scrambles an a couple of point blank range efforts but young wines in goal was unbeatable last night an is really growing into a promising gk for us !! second half for us was more posession an we kept the ball better baldock going close an jackson shouldve added another but we hanwell again struggling in final third a few half chances but not really troubling wines!

ref was poor for both teams giving fouls for good tackles as if it was a non contact sport an it wasnt a dirty game just competetive on the night an i dont know what they put in the water in hanwell but they had some units playing ! highlight of the night was me doing a warm up an stacking it jus behind the lino he said 2 can you stop all that diving malarky" class lol wink.png

 

I thought we were the better team overall and we had lots of good chances to score but we couldnt put the ball in the back of the net and thats what wins games at the end of the day. Very disappointed.

 

Goodluck to Bedfont Sports in the next round against Northwood.

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I thought we were the better team overall and we had lots of good chances to score but we couldnt put the ball in the back of the net and thats what wins games at the end of the day. Very disappointed.

 

Goodluck to Bedfont Sports in the next round against Northwood.

agree you were the better team on the night but our keeper kept out the shots i can remember , the rest half chances a few scrambles i do think if youd scored you wouldve gone on to win the game but as they say thats football good luck for the rest of your season

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