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I see that Haringey Borough's exploits in the FA Cup appear to have affected their League form as they came back down to earth with a huge bump on Tuesday evening, losing at home to FC Romania, very disappointing! Lets see how the Coles Park outfit get on today at London APSA:

 

http://www.haringeyboroughfc.com/index.php?p=games&s=details&ID=886688&conf=&div=

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I see Haringey Borough lost again yesterday, 3-2 at London APSA's Terence McMillan Stadium

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London APSA 3 Haringey Borough 2 
Essex Senior League 
Admission: £6, attendance 20 

On the other hand, the away team had one very vocal fan (I did wonder whether he may have been the manager serving a touchline ban given the amount of instructions he seemed to be issuing). 

 

Were you in attendance then Rhodes

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I had to check to see whether Pete the Greek had a day off yesterday but I see that he was on the Hatfield Town v Hadley game

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An interesting one this afternoon as Haringey Borough take on Tower Hamlets in the FA Vase First Round proper however the Club's website is somewhat misleading as it states that the tie is taking place at Goldsdown Road

 

http://www.haringeyboroughfc.com/index.php?p=games&s=details&ID=891012&conf=&div=

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I see Haringey Borough lost again yesterday, 3-2 at London APSA's Terence McMillan Stadium

A report from another Forum:

 

London APSA 3 Haringey Borough 2
Essex Senior League
Admission: £6, attendance 20

Having recently moved very close to Shadwell station, this was a very easy journey, being just 10 stops away on the DLR. Being greeted with "are you with the away team" by the man on the gate, I assumed that APSA don't really have many fans, but they were supported by several friends of the players in a raucous but good-natured fashion. On the other hand, the away team had one very vocal fan (I did wonder whether he may have been the manager serving a touchline ban given the amount of instructions he seemed to be issuing).

APSA play in an athletics stadium, but as opposed to the usual raised stand, there was three rows of seating to one side of the track. The rows were very shallow, meaning that anyone sitting in the seats looked like they were sitting on children's furniture. There was no bar or catering facilities.

The game was very entertaining, possibly the best I've seen this season. Despite Haringey having the best chances early on, APSA took a 2-0 lead. After Haringey pulled one back, APSA scored a third. Towards the end Haringey scored their second, but never really looked like equalising, much to the chagrin of their 'fan' who by that time was standing directly behind the goal next to the covered steeplechase pit.

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I gather there will be an afternoon pitch inspection at Coles Park tomorrow to see whether the Essex Senior League fixture with Southend Manor can go ahead, and we're only just over half way through October!

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I had to check to see whether Pete the Greek had a day off yesterday but I see that he was on the Hatfield Town v Hadley game

 

Behave, Cliff.

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You might be interested to hear that the great Kenny Dyer is flying in from Jamaica tomorrow afternoon after a lenghty spell coaching in the US

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I see that, surprisingly, Haringey Borough v Sporting Bengal United went ahead last Saturday with the Coles Park outfit winning 3-0 however, un-surprisingly, it's business as usual today as the hallowed turf is unfit for play with the Club's fellow Essex Senior League tenants, Greenhouse, game with Eton Manor being called off. No doubt the Haringey Borough v Tooting & Mitcham United London Senior Cup tie will be off on Tuesday evening.

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Surprise surprise folks:

TUESDAY 12th NOVEMBER MATCH

HARINGEY BOROUGH v TOOTING & MITCHAM UNITED

There will be an early afternoon pitch inspection and the outcome will be shown here as soon as possible thereafter

FOLLOWING PITCH INSPECTION THIS MATCH HAS BEEN

POSTPONED

RE-SCHEDULED DATE - TUESDAY 19th NOVEMBER

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I wonder how Haringey Borough will get on at leafy Walsham-le-Willows in the FA Vase Second Round this afternoon, I don't think it will be a cake walk by any means for the Coles Park Club:

 

http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=walshamlewillowsfc

 

 

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Result, wait for it, Walsham-le-Willows 1 Haringey Borough 3

 

Haringey Borough and FA  websites are showing the result as 1-4.

Did you leave early and miss the final goal?   :D

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Any idea why Haringey Borough's game with Great Wakering Rovers at Coles Park would be in doubt today, it hasn't rained:

 

HARINGEY BOROUGH v GREAT WAKERING ROVERS

23rd NOVEMBER 2013

There will be a pitch inspection with the result known soon after 10.oo am.  

Decision will be shown here as soon as possible there after

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I see that Haringey Borough took a hiding last night in the London Senior Cup, losing 5-1 to a second string Tooting & Mitcham United at Coles Park:

 

http://www.tmufc.co.uk/

 

Haringey Borough rested the whole of their first team while the visitors had a mixture of first team players and reserves.

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Any idea why Haringey Borough's game with Great Wakering Rovers at Coles Park would be in doubt today, it hasn't rained:

 

HARINGEY BOROUGH v GREAT WAKERING ROVERS

23rd NOVEMBER 2013

There will be a pitch inspection with the result known soon after 10.oo am.  

Decision will be shown here as soon as possible there after

 

 

HARINGEY BOROUGH v GREAT WAKERING ROVERS

23rd NOVEMBER 2013

REGRET THAT FOLLOWING PITCH INSPECTION THE MATCH HAS BEEN POSTPONED

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Shocking scenes by all accounts at Sawbridgeworth Town last night:

 

A MISERABLE EVENING FROM START TO FINISH

Nothing went right for Borough when they visited  Sawbridgeworth Town;  traffic problems caused delay which meant their somewhat makeshift team depleted by injuries and suspension had to make do with only rather a brief warm up period even though the referee agreed to a kick off 15 minutes later than scheduled. Sawbridgeworth tore into Borough right from the off, although the two goals they scored in the first 15 minutes owed much to Borough's sloppy defending. Thereafter it was mainly Borough enjoying the lion's share of possesssion and had not Cedric Lakole blasted high over from the penalty spot a minute from the interval the outcome might have been different.  Borough dominated the second half even though Dewayne Clarke was dismissed early on apparently for an attempted headbutt. But as Borough threw men forward late on spaces opened up for the home team to exploit and they made the game safe with a third goal just before the end of normal time. Anthony McDonald did race clear to pull one back for Borough in injury time but it was too little too late. An evening best forgotten then got even worse with some unsavoury scenes after the final whistle which undoubtedly means that a great deal more will  be heard about it  when the referees reports are processed.

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A brief report from another Forum:

 

ESSEX SENIOR LGE
ILFORD 0-2 HARINGEY BOROUGH H/T 0-2
Admission: £4concession
Programme: free

A frustrating day for Ilford as they lost at home to a decent Haringey Borough side. The away side took the lead when they bundled the ball home from close range. The visitors doubled there lead late in the first half when they scored with a lob after the keeper made a mistake of rushing out of his goal. Ilford improved in the second half & the closest they came to scoring was when a header produced a superb point blank save from the visitors keeper.

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