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Can You Order Tramadol Online Legally The trouble is, everything I was going to mention has either been mentioned before elsewhere or simply drifted off into irrelevance. With that in mind, where to start? Oh yeah, it’s the 21st anniversary of OUR cup final win today. Cue tales of drunken escapades involving double decker buses and a ham sandwich. And that was before the coaches left for Wembley...
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https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/rq84nqdq I was going to do another load of sideswiping at H&R and their ground, but I’m finding it harder to, simply because it feels irrelevant to do so. What’s the point? It’s more than likely they’ll do what other past nemeses have done – reached that pinnacle in doing battle with us then slid off back to the backwaters, never to be heard from again. Remember Walton and Hersham? Or Withdean 2000? Me neither. Apparently, they (the Axewounds) still list us never beating them (in the AFCW era, WFC beat them in a PSF around 2000) as one of their major honours though, so the inevitable FAT/FAC tie next season will at least have a bit of unfinished business.https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/lj5j9qhtum
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The rest aren’t exactly surprising. Seems that Peacock, Pigden and Dean Mason were just in the right place at the wrong time, and may eventually return. As for the others? Out of that lot we’ll miss JG the most, but we did get him for a year longer than perhaps we would normally. Haswell is no great loss in all honesty, he didn’t cut it against Wycombe and Chelmsford when given that responsibility, and we can and will get somebody who doesn’t hoof it at the first opportunity. And as for Belal…https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/a7k8e7o8v
https://www.omnomnomad.com/2023/12/20/ewazyy5c Typically, as I was about to publish it, Jake Leberl is on his way too. Again, no real surprise there, although it is a shame when a proper WFC fan leaves us. By the close of play today I expect a couple more to be out of the KM doors. Do wonder if Inns will be here next season. And there’s a hunch that somebody you wouldn’t expect is about to get his P45…https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/0kq1ucxd74z
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https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/uyb91fr The bottom line is this though. What was our hardest game last season that wasn’t Wycombe? H&Y at home? Chelmsford? Welling? Whatever it was, that will be the easiest game we will face in the Conference next season. You can forget having a Bognor Regis or Fisher type fixture now, unless a team really goes pearshaped. People may hear the name Kezie Ibe and think that he wasn’t much cop for us. Well, he certainly gave us problems when we faced him. And if I was to tell you that he’d be considered one of the lesser players in the division…
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The obvious long term aim is to go full time with younger players. Indeed, I can imagine that we will start signing a fair few rejects from the likes of Chelski, Palace, Fulham who want to remain in the game and in London, but are willing to take a second chance. Whenever the phrase “full time” is mentioned, it does start bringing on a cold sweat. But at least three of our players – Kennedy, Hussey and Hatton – are on something resembling full time status (how it works I’ve never quite found out), and you can expect more of those sort of signings, not less. Presume they get enough to live on…
https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/m4qtmht6q One thing of note – we might be eligible to join the Football Combination now. For the uninitiated, it’s basically the reserve league for tinpot clubs like, er, Brighton and Gillingham and QPR. And Palace. You may have seen the name of Lewes in there, too. Now, I don’t think we’ll join this season – we will need to play a certain amount of games at our home venue (ie KM), and some will be played in the afternoon, which will mean a committment by the whole squad to being full time. Or at least available for scheduled games at that time. And I think we’re a year behind in that development. By the looks of it, Eastbourne Borough are in there and Crawley Town are looking to join it this season…
But if/when we do join (and we will tie up with them eventually), it could be as important to the future development of AFCW as signing Jon Main was. It has to be better for the development of our squad to be playing Palace in the Combination rather than (with all due respect) Wealdstone reserves in the Suburban League. It will certainly make the aim of TB to get in youngsters from higher up a lot easier to “sell” anyway. A released Palace youngster wouldn’t drop down any standard while playing for our stiffs, and if he impresses will inevitably have a far better chance of getting into the first team. Ask Kennedy Adjei.
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