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Thread: 93167

Fundraising by Boro345

Posted: 26/4/2020 at 23:28:53, 316 views.

Just seen Barton town release home shirts with “thank you NHS" on the front and 5 pound of every shirt sold goes to an NHS charity, is this something we could look to do? As it’s a good way of fundraising and shirt sales and is a one of a kind shirt I’m sure people would be interested in

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Thread: 93156

Rhyl by Asian fan

Posted: 22/4/2020 at 12:10:17, 345 views.

Two-time Welsh champions Rhyl FC are set to become the first club to close down as a result of financial pressures of the coronavirus pandemic.and lack of the unwillingness of the ground’s owner to consider either a long lease or sale on market terms

Many more i fear will fellow as well in all sports

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Thread: 93155

Lovely letter about Sidney Cossins from his son by Dunno

Posted: 18/4/2020 at 16:47:16, 426 views.

He organised the weekly Boro draw in the early 1960s

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/news/opinion/letters/letter-pride-dads-work-scarborough-edwardian-shelter-made-me-shed-tear-2541361?itm_source=parsely-api

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RE: Lovely letter about Sidney Cossins from his son by rainworth seadog User: rainworth seadog

Posted: 28/4/2020 at 20:15:11, 302 views. In reply to 'Lovely letter about Sidney Cossins from his son'

If his mother’s name was Maud - and I’m guessing that it must have been - then they ended up living on Fieldside, Northstead.
My grandparents definitely lived next door to a Sid and Maud Cossins in the early 1970s.

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Thread: 93154

Latest podcast by Southern dog

Posted: 17/4/2020 at 11:26:37, 324 views.

Anyone know where I can find the Chris Tate podcast?

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RE: Latest podcast by joshlawrance User: joshlawrance

Posted: 22/4/2020 at 23:21:28, 330 views. In reply to 'Latest podcast'

All of them are on the ITunes podcast app. Or google store podcasts :)

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Thread: 93153

Boro legend John Fawcett sadly passes away by Old Git

Posted: 16/4/2020 at 11:37:12, 369 views.

Former Scarborough FC and Scarborough Athletic legend John Fawcett has sadly passed away aged 87.

see official site

http://www.scarboroughathletic.com/news/2020-04-16/boro-legend-john-fawcett-sadly-passes-away?fbclid=IwAR3aX9w8UjBtiSp20Z20ujx5jMAIU71UFJ_kW72b3-IifTWhFy8uKcimvDM

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RE: Boro legend John Fawcett sadly passes away by Cynic

Posted: 17/4/2020 at 19:24:05, 290 views. In reply to 'Boro legend John Fawcett sadly passes away '

Does anybody know the background story to the right hand pic of 3 on the club’s homepage RIP homage to John?

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That was back in th’olden days by Old Git

Posted: 17/4/2020 at 20:52:36, 346 views. In reply to 'RE: Boro legend John Fawcett sadly passes away '

That is John Fawcett, David Jenkinson, Sherlock Holmes & Paul McCartney
on their way to Don Robinson’s caravan for a ‘Cheese Fondue & Wine’ party.
They are waving their winning tickets in the ‘Win an After Eight Mint’ competition.

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RE: That was back in th’olden days by Cynic

Posted: 18/4/2020 at 06:33:15, 311 views. In reply to 'That was back in th’olden days'

Thanks for clearing that up OG, appreciated bigly.

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any time by Old Git

Posted: 18/4/2020 at 11:06:56, 296 views. In reply to 'RE: That was back in th’olden days'

Don’t want seadogs left in the dark

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Thread: 93152

Fines by Geoff hooley

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 16:23:29, 347 views.

Interesting point one sportswriter as wrote, if all points are expunged for this season .are red card, bookings fines null & void.Will clubs be reimbursed.?

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where do you draw the line? by Dunno

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 17:17:29, 329 views. In reply to 'Fines'

Does everyone give back their prize money from FA Cup / FA Trophy etc…

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RE: where do you draw the line? by Geoff hooley

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 17:53:41, 301 views. In reply to 'where do you draw the line?'

Is there a chance that they could still play for them ?

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RE: RE: where do you draw the line? by Dunno

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 18:03:25, 293 views. In reply to 'RE: where do you draw the line?'

Dunn o

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Thread: 93151

Bronze membership by confused seadog

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 11:34:40, 269 views.

Hi, I am trying to renew my lapsed bronze membership, is there away to do it via PayPal or any simpler method than the one online, I’d just like to pay in one go rather than faff around with printing a form, I suspect I am missing something :) could anyone point me in the right directions, thank you

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go here by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 12:49:16, 280 views. In reply to 'Bronze membership'

https://store.scarboroughathletic.com/product/memberships/3/bronze-joint-ownership.3.html

-- UP THE BORO

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Thank You Very Much by Enlightened Seadog

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 14:01:14, 258 views. In reply to 'go here'

So much simpler than the link I followed

Cheers

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Thread: 93150

Board Statement by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 10:03:51, 1809 views.

Sent today to all Members via Email
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Board Update, Tuesday 14th April 2020

In these unprecedented times we have certainly seen our community come together to help each other. Our first thoughts are for all the front-line workers, the many people who are currently putting themselves at risk to enable us to stay safe. Many of are part of our Scarborough Athletic family and Seadogs at heart, we thank you all, for all you are doing and we hope that you remain safe.

Our football club has also benefited from people coming together to address our financial predicament brought on by the current global crisis. You will remember that when our season was cancelled we announced the impact on us would be in the region of £40,000 in lost revenue. We can now update you on the progress that has been made to date and I’mpleased to say that it is substantial.

We are grateful to our players with whom we were able to a come to a mutual agreement over the remainder of their contracts, this alongside actions we have taken to mitigate other costs have allowed us to reduce the amount required to plug the resulting gap in this season’s finances to around £25,000.

In the four weeks since all football stopped everyone has been working hard to raise that money and we have been making good progress.

Our fellow fans, the Valley Bar Seadogs have raised an amazing £8,000 through their “GoFundMe" page and we have also received a further £8,000 in individual contributions. £3,000 has been raised so far through our two “Virtual Matches” against Gainsborough and FC United and we received a £1,000 donation from our Supporters’ Club making a fantastic total of £20,000 raised to date. This has allowed us to manage and prioritise a number of payments including those to our smaller local suppliers and football creditors who we know will be facing challenges of their own.

We are continuing to raise funds through all the existing initiatives including the upcoming virtual matches and our commercial team are working hard on exciting new projects which will be announced in the near future.

Once we have ensured the future of the club in the short term, we will need to immediately shift focus on to our ongoing sustainability. We still face uncertainty about when football will start again which may directly impact both the amount and timing of the income streams we would normally receive prior to a new season. However, we are hopeful that the fantastic response we have received to date is an indication that we will all be ready to meet this challenge.

We also still have a number of fixed expenses relating to the running of the club that have to be covered on a monthly basis whether we are playing football or not. One way that individuals can help us manage this is by providing a regular monthly income through membership of our “Boro Draw” at a cost of £5 per month. This repeat income, alongside that of our Trust Memberships, assists the club greatly throughout the year and enables us to plan with more certainty.

Working together we must ensure that we can all move forward and be ready whenever football starts again, with this in mind and looking to the future we should remember our club’s fan-owned status and reassure you that any additional funds raised will go towards achieving our aims as a “not for profit" organisation, aiming to succeed both on and off the pitch.

Thank you to everyone that has contributed towards our survival in these difficult times when many in our community are faced with far greater challenges than those experienced by our football club.

Stay safe and well,

Regards,

Trevor Bull

-- UP THE BORO

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Thread: 93149

Seadog World XI by North Side Seadog User: North Side Seadog

Posted: 13/4/2020 at 19:36:38, 353 views.

Plenty of challenges flying around at the moment. One I saw was picking an XI for your club with only one player per nation. Could anybody put together an XI from both the current and previous club??

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Yes and no by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 13/4/2020 at 23:41:50, 321 views. In reply to 'Seadog World XI'

I’ve come up with 11 players from different nations, but it would be a very imbalanced team, extremely geared towards attack with very little defensively lol

Probably something like a 2-4-4 formation!!

Tommy Taylor (England)
Mike Price (Wales)
Romain Faure (France)
Keith Gilroy (Ireland)
Leo Bertos (New Zealand)
Mohammed Sillah (Sierra Leonne)
Carel Van der Velden (Netherlands)
Kyle Lightbourne (Bermuda)
Jacob Hazel (St Kitts & Nevis)
Benny Ighieon (Switzerland)
Bimbo Fatoukun (Nigeria)

But I’m sure others will be able to form a more balanced team.

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Alex Mirankov would shore up the defence n/t by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 10:07:46, 267 views. In reply to 'Yes and no'


-- UP THE BORO

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RE: Alex Mirankov would shore up the defence n/t by snainton seadog User: snainton seadog

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 10:09:34, 288 views. In reply to 'Alex Mirankov would shore up the defence n/t'

He’d have to replace Van Der Velden though.

You could have Colin Sutherland (Scotland) in there too

-- UP THE BORO

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RE: Yes and no by Dunno

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 12:22:03, 278 views. In reply to 'Yes and no'

John Kay (Sunderland)

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RE: Yes and no by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 14/4/2020 at 20:50:11, 279 views. In reply to 'Yes and no'

Tepi Moilanen (Finland) in goal? Would free up a spot for an English defender!
Bertrand Ketchanke (Cameroon?) at the back?
Oliver Heald (Canada) if we need another forward
Gustavo DiLella (Argentian/Italy)
Thomas Dabelsteen (Denmark?)

Edited on 14/04/20 at 20:52:34
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RE: RE: Yes and no by Cynic

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 07:09:04, 247 views. In reply to 'RE: Yes and no'

Was Bernie Fagan Canadian or have I just imagined it?

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Cleveland Taylor (Jamaica) nt by seadogx

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 08:46:29, 406 views. In reply to 'Yes and no'


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Trenton Wiggan & Brendan Phillips also Jamaica n/t by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 12:51:49, 261 views. In reply to 'Cleveland Taylor (Jamaica) nt'


Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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Carles Lleches Parra (Spain) nt by seadogx

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 08:50:13, 237 views. In reply to 'Yes and no'


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Couple of others….. by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 12:49:04, 293 views. In reply to 'Yes and no'

Olivier Brassart (Belgium?)
Cheriff Diallo (Senegal? / France ?)

and a proper curve ball answer……Chris Short.

Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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RE: Couple of others….. by GOAT.

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 15:37:07, 289 views. In reply to 'Couple of others…..'

I see your curve ball and raise you American holding mid Paul Conway.

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Come on Old Git….. by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 15/4/2020 at 12:37:29, 257 views. In reply to 'Seadog World XI'

Who were the 3 from Brazil in the Anglo Italian trophy days?

Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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Thread: 93148

sponsor pull out by Asian fan

Posted: 12/4/2020 at 05:06:54, 340 views.

The decision was made before the current crisis.
Isthmian, Southern and Northern Premier searching for new sponsors
It has just been confirmed that during the first week of March BetVictor served notice on the Isthmian League, the Northern Premier League and the Southern Football League that they were activating the break clause in each of their contracts, and that accordingly their sponsorship of the leagues will cease on 9th July 2020.

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Thread: 93147

Dale hopson by Boro345

Posted: 11/4/2020 at 14:36:54, 356 views.

Released by Whitby today, would be an excellent signing

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Thread: 93145

Boro draw - took me 30 seconds to sign up by Dunno

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 16:37:45, 355 views.

I recently signed up for the Boro draw here http://scarboroughathletic.com/commercial/boro-draw

it took 30 seconds to sign up and if my maths are correct I’m going to win £3,000 in the next 12 months, please can you all sign up to ensure I get my winnings each month.

Go on everyone, you know you want to, every pound helps.

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What took you so long? by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 17:49:42, 313 views. In reply to 'Boro draw - took me 30 seconds to sign up'

was there a queue at the post office?

I signed up in 2012 ;-)

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RE: What took you so long? by Dunno

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 18:01:55, 349 views. In reply to 'What took you so long? '

im tight and like to concentrate neural efforts on the weekly prediction league. I’ve decided to throw my all into the draw now there is no prediction league to win.

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Thread: 93144

Will this season stand? by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 2/4/2020 at 16:14:01, 423 views.

I realise the FA have decided to expunge all results from this season although apparently 60 odd non league clubs have put in a protest about this.
In my day (and probably still today) in motor racing events, if a race had completed 75% when it was stopped then the result stood. In our league 14 clubs (the majority) completed 75% with 8 only just under.
Whatever happens there will be some winners and some losers but I would suggest more losers if there are no promotions, not only to the teams at the top who have lost a year of their progression but also for those teams just below who miss out on promotion who have to play those top teams once again next season. The teams at the bottom, I’m sorry to say, are there for a reason and will more than likely enjoy their football more at the level below.
As the playoffs will be out of the question I guess, I would propose promoting the top two on a points per game basis. At least we will have some movement to get teams to their potential level sooner rather than later.
Even with Morpeth’s game advantage, the current top 2 would still go up. ie. Sth Shields and FCUM.

Any thoughts?

Edited on 02/04/20 at 16:19:03
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RE: Will this season stand? by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 2/4/2020 at 22:08:21, 409 views. In reply to 'Will this season stand?'

Your comparison to motorsport declaring a result is certainly true as far as British Superbike Championship goes (which I think is merely two-thirds distance).

It’s certainly hard to argue that Shields wouldn’t have been promoted had the season finished properly. They should be promoted under a points per game method. FCUM too. That would have been the fairest way.

Is it the fear of litigation that’s stopping the league declaring a result?

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RE: RE: Will this season stand? by Terry Hope

Posted: 3/4/2020 at 22:47:10, 403 views. In reply to 'RE: Will this season stand?'

Or is it just their grasp on what is important? Why do people not get this? Almost 4,000 have died and rising, the economy is on a knife edge; football is irrelevant. Promotion, relegation, it doesn’t matter. If the premier league was a going concern and not reliant on the support of one investor it would do the same.

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RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand? by MAlcD

Posted: 4/4/2020 at 20:25:12, 375 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Will this season stand?'

When all the news is of crisis and strife is it so wrong to indulge in a few moments of escapism and enjoyment? Will it cause the situation to deteriorate? Or will it provide a brief interlude of escapism to momentarily lighten the gloom?

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RE: RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand? by Dunno

Posted: 6/4/2020 at 13:23:12, 357 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand?'

i think it should be decided on Championship Manager. Ive re-run the season on one of the earlier noughties versions with the database editor. We currently play in a 200,000 capacity covered stadium and are just about to win the champions league. Ian Ironside is our top goal scorer and my extensive worldwide scouting network has resulted in £300m quid spent over the last couple of seasons. Stich a button on that.

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RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand? by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 7/4/2020 at 00:13:35, 381 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: Will this season stand?'

Couldn’t have said it better myself. Doesn’t take anything away from those suffering.

PMA

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Thread: 93143

Next season by Southern dog

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 13:17:34, 439 views.

Interested to hear people’s thoughts on how we need to strengthen next season. It will be difficult for many clubs to survive and if they do, their budgets will be much lower.
Also, will attendances fall?

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Attendances by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 13:41:07, 370 views. In reply to 'Next season '

It’s just pure speculation on my part, and I could well be wrong, but my guess is that attendances at first will actually rise, because people will have been so starved of events/entertainment/social gatherings etc that they will be going in droves, a bit like after the 2nd world war (not that I’m expecting it to be a six year lay-off, I hope not anyway!!!!)

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RE: Next season by Tree User: Tree

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 20:01:41, 399 views. In reply to 'Next season '

It will be interesting to see what happens, there are a lot of clubs out there that will suffer, unfortunately. Hopefully some sort of solidarity will kick in from the upper tiers. It would cost relative peanuts to keep a huge number of non-league clubs going.

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RE: RE: Next season by Boro345

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 23:25:20, 411 views. In reply to 'RE: Next season '

The best way to prepare for next season is to pull together and donate through valley bar seadogs go fund me page and the virtual match days, agree about attendances think every will be craving seeing a football kicked they will take anything they can get

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RE: RE: Next season by Cynic

Posted: 1/4/2020 at 18:51:07, 392 views. In reply to 'RE: Next season '

As prem clubs (like Newcastle) are asking for Gov support to pay staff (rather than stopping one week’s pay to the first team and execs which would cover all non-playing staff pay for the year) I wouldn’t hold out much hope.

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RE: RE: RE: Next season by caslad User: caslad

Posted: 2/4/2020 at 03:57:54, 391 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: Next season '

Surely all the top clubs have furloughed their staff so they receive 80% of their wages up to £2500mth? I mean, we’re all in this together right?!

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Thread: 93142

Prediction League Winner by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 18:47:37, 331 views.

With the season ending prematurely I’ve decided to declare the current league table as final. This means Malton Seadog is the Prediction League Champion. So congratulations to him! I take the runners-up spot and Garton Seadog finishes in third place.

Obviously the Prediction Cup only reached semi-final stage so unfortunately that will just have to be abandoned.

If anyone has any ideas on how to improve the prediction league for next season, i’m all ears. I was thinking of changing the points system to make it a bit fairer and also maybe introduce points for guessing the “first Boro goalscorer” with maybe 2 points for a striker, 5 for a midfielder and 8 for a defender or something like that. Anyway, any ideas let me know.

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RE: Prediction League Winner by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 20:32:08, 309 views. In reply to 'Prediction League Winner'

Basically when Dunno gets a decent number of points for predicting a 9-9 draw you know it needs tweaking ;-)

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RE: RE: Prediction League Winner by China seadog (now vietnam)

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 02:27:27, 322 views. In reply to 'RE: Prediction League Winner'

Thanks for all the great work! Made the season much more interesting, maybe next year I won’t go for a boro victory every week haha! Don’t change something that already works!

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this is an outrage by Dunno

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 12:19:04, 316 views. In reply to 'RE: Prediction League Winner'

im going to have to alter my strategy

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comments for next year by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 15:49:33, 1448 views. In reply to 'this is an outrage'

Many thanks Armchair for this little bit of fun. Stopped early just when I was on a climb & fightback after starting late. I found predicting a loss took the edge off the gloom when it happened but obviously I was still more overjoyed when we won. :)
Maybe 3 points for an exact result, otherwise the same as this year for goals and win/lose prediction.
Also suggest crowd within 10 - 3 points, within 50 - 2 points, within 100 - 1 point

Got a very long closed season now and just when the weather had been great following all that wind week after week. Sods law.

PMA

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RE: comments for next year by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 30/3/2020 at 18:41:01, 301 views. In reply to 'comments for next year'

Since my original post I notice the North Riding FA have announced their intention to complete this season’s NRSC. If that turns out to be the case then the Prediction Cup can be completed as that was left at semi-final stage too.

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Thread: 93141

All football below National League to end by Old Git

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 18:15:21, 314 views.

All football in England below the three divisions that make up the National League will end immediately and all results will be expunged.

It means there will be no promotion or relegation in these leagues.

The same will happen in the women’s game below the Women’s Super League and Championship level.

However, the National League, National League North and South, WSL and Women’s Championship will continue towards a conclusion “as quickly as possible".

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All results expunged by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 27/3/2020 at 15:51:30, 346 views. In reply to 'All football below National League to end'

Good job Blotty didn’t score on his debut. :)

PMA

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Thread: 93140

Peanuts by Dunno

Posted: 26/3/2020 at 11:40:31, 331 views.

this should cheer you up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMPJZ4YZnqI

Edited by admin on 26/03/20 at 13:17:55
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Thread: 93139

covid 19 prince charles by Asian fan

Posted: 25/3/2020 at 11:05:45, 288 views.

UK coronavirus live: Prince Charles tests positive for Covid-19

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Thread: 93138

2019-20 season over by Self Isolated Willesden

Posted: 24/3/2020 at 19:00:20, 371 views.

https://www.betvictornorthernpremier.co.uk/statement-201920-season-61678

Stay safe everyone

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Thread: 93137

Statement from the Board by Mick Davison

Posted: 21/3/2020 at 18:13:55, 1639 views.

http://www.scarboroughathletic.com/news/2020-03-20/official-club-update

UTB

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