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Fuel supply problems by Mirandinha

Posted: 27/9/2021 at 19:18:38, 31 views.

35 games called off tomorrow in the isthmian and southern leagues same level as boro.

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Grantham v Boro match highlights by Old Git

Posted: 27/9/2021 at 16:30:26, 25 views.

Grantham TV highlights

First couple of mins are stop start and jerky,
well they were on my PC after that they were ok but no replay of goals
plus a weird half time break.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJcwZbIeoVk&ab_channel=GranthamTownTV

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3rd viewing video ok. by Old Git

Posted: 27/9/2021 at 16:32:43, 21 views. In reply to 'Grantham v Boro match highlights'

must have been a moth on my Disc Player.

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I’ve done a VAR on the Grantham penalty by Dunno

Posted: 27/9/2021 at 17:09:21, 21 views. In reply to '3rd viewing video ok.'

and I’ve overturned it so we won 2-0. Anyone got any connections at the league to get the goal scrubbed off?

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Hasn’t been mentioned on here yet by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 27/9/2021 at 10:16:53, 30 views.

So here goes…

Grantham 1-2 Boro

FULL TIME RESULT

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I’ve just sobered up by Old Git

Posted: 27/9/2021 at 13:40:13, 23 views. In reply to 'Hasn’t been mentioned on here yet '

I haven’t been able to see a keyboard since 4.50 on Saturday

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Lewis Turner leaves Boro by Old Git

Posted: 22/9/2021 at 18:54:38, 66 views.

from official site

http://www.scarboroughathletic.com/news/2021-09-22/lewis-turner-leaves-boro?fbclid=IwAR3vb_eHXD7S_TFG0ilzgqYxwxM4EXmZEhM5A_4692tZ6GXqNBQ16PRkTOw

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Oldham by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 22/9/2021 at 09:02:31, 53 views.

I see Oldham lost 7-0 last night in the third round of the League Cup. That will have brought a wry smile to the faces of our older fans.

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Its taken a while, but that is payback by Dunno

Posted: 22/9/2021 at 11:14:17, 53 views. In reply to 'Oldham'

Was it Frankie Bunn who got 6?

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Yes Frankie Bunn by Transpennine4 Dave

Posted: 22/9/2021 at 11:42:59, 47 views. In reply to 'Its taken a while, but that is payback'

A year later he had to retire from professional football because of injury. Plastic pitch first generation one and boro didn’t feel the need to practice on it lol.

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RE: Oldham by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 23/9/2021 at 08:38:02, 50 views. In reply to 'Oldham'

I always used to think you had to remember the Trophy finals to be one of our “older fans" but now you only have to remember the Oldham game, must be getting old ;-)

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RE: RE: Oldham by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 25/9/2021 at 16:53:20, 27 views. In reply to 'RE: Oldham'

Well it was 32 years ago!

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New players by Jorge Mendes

Posted: 21/9/2021 at 16:29:48, 92 views.

Hi everyone

No new players yet, but not for a lack of trying. One lad from the North East has been given a contract at his current club after we showed interest, and it looks like our old friend Jake Day is being touted around other clubs by his agent who’s more interested in £££ than ⚽️⚽️⚽️

The search goes on…

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Brid Town v Shildon yesterday. by Old Git

Posted: 19/9/2021 at 15:05:27, 73 views.

Yesterday I joined a large contingent of other Seadogs & went to watch table bottom Brid Town
take on high flying Shildon AFC in their Northern Premier League East fixture at Queensgate.

Turned out to be quite a match but not in the way most of us expected.
A great defensive display and effective counter attacking by Brid enabled them to win the game
and get their first victory and points of the season.
There was 3 penalties in the game two of which were successful and one brilliantly saved.

Took my camera and have got some highlights but I got carried away by Brid’s performance and
only caught a sliver of the winning goal as I was jumping up and down in the stand with the Brid fans
because we all could see it coming.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jU74c02LBos&ab_channel=BionicBarmby

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Cheers OG, glad you’re still filming. n/t by Seamer unregistered

Posted: 19/9/2021 at 19:12:54, 30 views. In reply to 'Brid Town v Shildon yesterday.'


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Had probs with my camera by Old Git

Posted: 19/9/2021 at 19:32:33, 54 views. In reply to 'Cheers OG, glad you’re still filming. n/t'

so had a buy a new one.
I need to try it our & get used to it.
A warm, sunny day in Brid was ideal.
It was like a Boro home game with a few more Brid supporters.

A few weeks ago I filmed Brid v Grantham in a PSF.
I don’t know if you can tell from the video but Grantham started the game with nine 6 ft or more
out-fielders on the pitch, they played a lot down the wings who fed a trio of tall forwards
rushing through the middle.
I figure they’ll work our defence like that next Saturday, defenders gonna need
their heads ready for the onslaught.
Brid did a good job & really handled that attack, hope Boro are prepared.

They need to close the wide players down quickly so they can’t service the boys in the box.
That’s my advice for what it’s worth.

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RIP Jimmy Greaves. Very sad day. Great player. by Seamer unregistered

Posted: 19/9/2021 at 11:04:33, 35 views.


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RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius by Old Git

Posted: 19/9/2021 at 14:09:48, 30 views. In reply to 'RIP Jimmy Greaves. Very sad day. Great player. '

Still have my copy of this Football Monthly, if the link works.

https://twitter.com/torysmasher/status/1439575618220404737/photo/1

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RE: RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius by BoroNo7 User: BoroNo7

Posted: 25/9/2021 at 20:11:06, 16 views. In reply to 'RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius'


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Re:RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius by Old Git by BoroNo7 User: BoroNo7

Posted: 25/9/2021 at 20:31:08, 20 views. In reply to 'RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius'

OG. - I too have this Charles Buchan’s Football Monthly mag plus every copy between May 1956 & the closure of the mag in 1972

I also agree with your assessment of Greaves - I’ve been watching football for 70 years & in my opinion Greaves is undoubtedly the best out and out natural goal scorer I have ever seen ( Gerd Muller wasn’t bad) - acceletation over 15 yards, control , and deadly with either foot - although he was a natural left footer

Those who only knew him as “Greavsie” in “Saint & Greavsie” would not believe the Jimmy Greaves I recall in his pomp

Greaves scored 357 goals in his career In English club football - ALL IN THE TOP DIVISION !!!

Also when we look at international goals comparisons just remember that during his career & that of Bobby Charlton we Did not play “internationals” against San Marino etc !!!

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Re:Re:RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius Old Git by BoroNo7 by Old Git

Posted: 25/9/2021 at 20:49:49, 15 views. In reply to 'Re:RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius by Old Git'

Impressed by your collection.
Mine goes from about 1963 up to late 1970 but I’ve got rid of some
that were damaged. I also have a few years of Soccer Star.
I used to construct my own Boro files by the season and if Boro
signed an ex-league player with a photo in either magazine
I would cut it out and add it to that season’s file.
So those copies were the ones I got rid of.

Greaves was a real predator, incredibly dangerous with the ball,
a genuine goal machine. I was pissed-off when Alf didn’t pick him
for the starting XI once he was fit. Good job Hurst did well or Alf
would have been out of a jog late 1966.
Because of the World Cup win the media never mentions how angry fans were with Greaves’ omission.
They do however mention how it led to his booze addiction.

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Oooops, that should be ‘job’ by Old Git

Posted: 25/9/2021 at 20:56:23, 32 views. In reply to 'Re:Re:RIP Jimmy Greaves: Football Genius Old Git by BoroNo7 '

Even though he wore a track suit I’m not sure how far Alf could jog in 1966.

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Goodbye Bootham Crescent by Old Git

Posted: 16/9/2021 at 09:27:47, 134 views.

“Goodbye Bootham Crescent: the end of an era for York City.
Last year, York City departed the ground that had been their home since 1932.
One life-long fan captured the essence of the old stadium and the club’s
long suffering supporters in their last days together"
That paragraph is from The Guardian.

Some of these photos bring back memories of visits to Bootham Crescent with both Boro clubs
but it’s also a reminder of what happened to the Athletic Ground after we were kicked out.

When I lived in York I used to spend some time at Bootham Crescent and it was the one and only time
I was an official scout & got free tickets to sit in the main stand.

Ex-Sunderland player George Mulhall worked with my girlfriend at the time and for some reason
couldn’t make the game and asked me to sit in for him for the one game and report on the players on the visiting team.
I got my official pass and report card, think I took my own pen and girlfriend.
I can’t remember who the visiting team were but I remember spotting the outstanding player
who was sold for nearly £200,000 at the end of that season, can’t remember his name either.

Anyway enjoy the pics.

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2021/sep/16/goodbye-bootham-crescent-the-end-of-an-era-for-york-city

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Boro slump to fourth home defeat in a row by Old Git

Posted: 15/9/2021 at 10:20:13, 78 views.

S. News

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/sport/football/boro-slump-to-fourth-home-defeat-in-a-row-against-stalybridge-3383203

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Today’s game by I

Posted: 11/9/2021 at 15:20:32, 97 views.

Losing 1-0

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RE: Today’s game by I

Posted: 11/9/2021 at 16:07:29, 91 views. In reply to 'Today’s game '

2-1 down ht.

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FT: Boro 2-4 Bamber Bridge by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 11/9/2021 at 17:11:00, 110 views. In reply to 'RE: Today’s game '

Attendance 830

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Footage found from Richard Dunn boxing in 1976 by Dunno

Posted: 9/9/2021 at 15:06:40, 61 views.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-58501497

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Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal. by Old Git

Posted: 8/9/2021 at 11:16:26, 71 views.

I was at last night’s Pickering v Brighouse match along with a few other Seadogs.

It turned out that former Boro asylum seeker Alhassane Keita was in the Pikes starting 11.

After 58 mins Pikes trailed 2-0 and looked as though there would be a few more for Brighouse

Then in the 59th Alhassane Keita scored a brilliant goal, he got the ball well outside the area
beat 3 defenders in mazey dribble and then crashed a shot up into the corner of the net
high to the keeper’s left from about 20 yards. Keita celebrated by taking off his shirt
and holding it above his head in celebration. He was booked by the ref.

The goal seemed to spur on the Pikes and they came more into the game as Brighouse failed to make
anything of their substantial possession.
Pikes had a series of shots but failed to find the net and then in the 79th minute they were awarded a penalty,
immediately after being refused an obvious penalty inside the box for a push on a Pikes player,
the ball was just inside the box when a trip on a Pike brought the award of a penalty.

This is where the match moved into ‘Bizarro World’ territory.

Wayne Brooksby took the penalty but it was saved by the Brig’ keeper.
Then the lino flagged that the keeper had come at least a yard off his line and the save was wiped out.
As Brooksby went to collect the ball the Brig keeper raised his arms into Brooksby’s face
and a huge scrimmage developed between players of both sides.
The keeper was eventually red-carded and at first refused to leave the pitch.
He then wandered towards the corner opposite the changing rooms before turning round
and returning to argue with match officials. He did this 3 times before finally walking and off and throwing his
his jumper on to the pitch

The Pikes penalty was retaken on 81 mins, this time by Jackson Jowett who blazed it over the bar and the clubhouse.

Shortly after the restart the game was halted when the ref spotted a scrimmage or fight
taking place at the corner of the pitch outside the dressing room. It was difficult to see what was happening
but apparently the sent off keper got involved in an altercation with some Pikes supporters by the time it ended the Brig managed, coach & trainer were involved in the tumult and it took several minutes again before the game restarted.
So something over15 minutes was added to the match.
Also at sometime between the time of the original penalty and the end of the second disturbance, unseen by me and
those near me, the Brighouse captain had also received a red card, probably during the original
brouhaha following the penalty award.. It seemed the game would go on towards a 10 o’clock finish.

Pikes built up a stream of attacks and corners in search of an equaliser and just when it seemed
they wouldn’t get it a corner from the dressing room quadrant sailed in close to the near goal post
and in a scramble of players the ball crossed the line, with Pike’s Devonte Morton claiming the goal
on what was probably the 110th minute.
Just as Brig restarted the game the whistle went and Pikes got a point.

I imagine there will be bit of an investigation into those disgraceful scenes as it may have resulted
in one of the red cards being doubled up during the ‘pleasant’ conversation outside the dressing rooms.

Just a shame I hadn’t taken my camera and recorded it all.

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RE: Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal. by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 8/9/2021 at 15:37:52, 63 views. In reply to 'Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal.'

Crikey!

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RE: RE: Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal. by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 8/9/2021 at 15:59:55, 52 views. In reply to 'RE: Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal.'

Sounds like you got your money’s worth.

Does Matty Turnbull still play for Pickering? Not seen him on the teamsheets, wondered if he was injured or has he moved on.

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Matty Turnbull not a squad member this season by Old Git

Posted: 8/9/2021 at 16:25:42, 61 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal.'

No mention of him in the programme either.

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RE: Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal. by Dunno

Posted: 8/9/2021 at 20:28:29, 65 views. In reply to 'Alhassane Keita’s brilliant goal.'

Can you submit that match report to The Scarborough News please?

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League Cup, NRSC by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 7/9/2021 at 09:45:59, 54 views.

Are the League Cup and North Riding Senior Cup happening this season?

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RE: League Cup, NRSC by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 7/9/2021 at 12:33:27, 48 views. In reply to 'League Cup, NRSC'

Hope so because they are the only cups we seem to win matches in these days!!

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FT: Boro 0-2 Witton Albion by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 4/9/2021 at 16:56:08, 67 views.

Desperately disappointing result. Sound like the new keeper had a mare.

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RE: FT: Boro 0-2 Witton Albion by Mickle

Posted: 4/9/2021 at 17:09:15, 75 views. In reply to 'FT: Boro 0-2 Witton Albion'

Goalie at fault for both goals (especially 2nd) but we were awful from first minute, Team and manger need to take responsibility for not been interested in game at all. Very poor. Well done Witton who at least seemed bothered about FA cup.

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ps by Mickle

Posted: 4/9/2021 at 17:20:30, 62 views. In reply to 'RE: FT: Boro 0-2 Witton Albion'

Perhaps being a bit post loss miserable/unbalanced but it’s a fair comment I think. Happy to hear from the more balanced,

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Re: PS by Tommy Wooton

Posted: 5/9/2021 at 10:20:59, 58 views. In reply to 'ps'

I agree with most of your comment, but I thought for the initial 7or 8 minutes we did well: slick and interchangeable movement and accurate passing and we even had a shot at goal, and I was hopeful. However, for some inexplicable reason, the whole team seemed to swallow the ‘awful pill’ and we resorted to long, high passes, passed the ball off the pitch and out of the stadium, ran out of ideas and so passed the ball backwards and slowed the pace down and unfortunately we never seemed to recover. The two goals were errors, as were the goals on Monday. The reffing left a lot to be desired and frustrations became obvious. Still, I don’t think that booing our own players achieves very much apart from fans being able to vent , (I suppose they have paid their money and so should be able to give an opinion?) I guess that no player or member of staff were anywhere near feeling ok about that performance. Confidence needs to be rebuilt, use and play to our individuals’s strengths and talents, make appropriate changes if necessary, but steer away from knee jerk reactions and don’t scapegoat individuals for a poor team performance

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RE: Re: PS by Mickle

Posted: 5/9/2021 at 12:12:12, 57 views. In reply to 'Re: PS'

Agree 100% about getting on the backs of the players (my only contribution was a C’mom Boro). Even before the game had reduced any positive crowd input and produced negativity it was a subdued atmosphere .that felt like a pre-season friendly rather than an FA cup game upon which a fair bit of our financial outlook for the season might have rested.

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RE: RE: FT: Boro 0-2 Witton Albion by I

Posted: 4/9/2021 at 17:41:19, 76 views. In reply to 'RE: FT: Boro 0-2 Witton Albion'

We were woefull void of any idea lightweight and kept throwing long hopefully balls in .would not have scored if we had stayed all night. Beaten by better side who them self s were poor .and as for the ref thats any other story l

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other F.A. Cup results by Old Git

Posted: 4/9/2021 at 17:47:03, 62 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: FT: Boro 0-2 Witton Albion'

Atherton Collieries 1 Bridlington Town 1
Warrington Rylands 0 Whitby Town 4

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Boro handed double signing boost ahead of FA Cup clash by Old Git

Posted: 3/9/2021 at 18:04:24, 61 views.

S News

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/sport/football/scarborough-athletic-handed-double-signing-boost-ahead-of-fa-cup-clash-with-witton-3370495

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Nathan Cartman on the Beeb by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 18:58:39, 69 views.

Sobering stuff; and perhaps just a reminder that a little kindness goes a long way when there’s the temptation to ‘critique’ our players. Like us (well, most of us), they are human.

FA Cup: Nathan Cartman on choosing not to take his own life and asking for help - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/58330316

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Very well said, Tree by Dunno

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 19:53:59, 42 views. In reply to 'Nathan Cartman on the Beeb'

If you read this Nathan, you will always be welcome at Boro and our club is all the better for having you as part of it. Thank you for the interview you did.

Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.

I really hope everyone gives him the welcome he deserves in his next outing, and every one after that.

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Whitby’s home game v FC United of Manchester by Seamer unregistered

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 11:33:43, 67 views.

Is an all ticket match.
Local police. and safety advisory have made it a category A match and no tickets will be sold at the ground on the day. Match played on 7 Sep 7-45 ko.

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Tom Corner by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 31/8/2021 at 20:21:28, 81 views.

I’ve just watched Tom Corner score for Ferriby against Harrogate Railway, in a team managed by Chris Bolder and Paul Robson.

Matty Plummer and Jamie Forrester on the bench for Ferriby.

Any other ex Boro players here that I might have forgotten about?

Edited on 01/09/21 at 06:21:13
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RE: Tom Corner by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 31/8/2021 at 21:03:05, 59 views. In reply to 'Tom Corner'

Make that a Tom Corner hat-trick!

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RE: RE: Tom Corner by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 00:35:59, 49 views. In reply to 'RE: Tom Corner'

Step 3 and 4 northern leagues are littered with ex-Athletic players. Scrolling through footballwebpages looking at those leagues there’s a very good chance each game will contain at least one ex-Boro player.

I wonder how many players have passed through the Athletic ranks since inception? My guess would be somewhere in the region of 250-300 maybe?

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RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 10:19:54, 46 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Tom Corner'

That’s not a bad estimate. It might even be higher.

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RE: RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner by Mickle

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 10:38:08, 47 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner'

If you’re able to count triallists in pre-season friendlies I’m sure it is - but do they count?

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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner by Dunno

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 11:10:42, 43 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner'

If you are offering to count, then do both and let us know!

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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner by Mickle

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 12:24:29, 48 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner'

That would be a no. Be interesting to know if it’s actually possible to know as I’m not sure where the records would be. Obviously I blame Mr Cope for failing to appoint a club historian - slacker!

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re players by Keith Crowe

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 19:15:59, 50 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Tom Corner'

Altogether 400 players, Heslop being the latest, have put on a Scarborough Athletic shirt in ALL matches. These do include friendlies where players are trying to earn a place to play for us.

292 players have played for us in LEAGUE matches only

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RE: re players by Mickle

Posted: 1/9/2021 at 20:22:08, 50 views. In reply to 're players'

Take a bow. Awe inspiring.Mr Crowe.

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Nick Hutton by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 31/8/2021 at 15:20:41, 61 views.

Was yesterday’s match Nick Hutton’s first start in a competitive match? And has he played out on the right wing for us before?

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No he’s played 2 or 3 games by Transpennine4 dave

Posted: 31/8/2021 at 17:17:37, 47 views. In reply to 'Nick Hutton'

On the right wing he’s a young lad 18 I think , a lot of boro players look out of there depth yesterday.

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To be fair… by Nick Finch

Posted: 31/8/2021 at 17:42:59, 64 views. In reply to 'No he’s played 2 or 3 games '

…..I fully expect that will be the same for more clubs whom play Shields. They are a full time club with a huge playing budget.

It’s how we fair against other sides this season which matters.

Nick Finch

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RE: To be fair… by Keith

Posted: 31/8/2021 at 18:48:46, 52 views. In reply to 'To be fair…'

Spot on Nick

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RE: Nick Hutton by laseadog User: laseadog

Posted: 2/9/2021 at 19:42:06, 42 views. In reply to 'Nick Hutton'

He looks like a very good prospect and is only still young. What doesn’t help is fans slagging him off during the game or on social media which unfortunately some of ours do. He needs encouragement as he looks like he could become very good.

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