National League Fixtures - 07/09/19

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The consensus our end was that Halifax’s players were throwing themselves to the floor at every opportunity, constantly in the refs ear and he was buying it. Jeff King was described as a clown 3 times by our commentators for exactly this.
 

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The consensus our end was that Halifax’s players were throwing themselves to the floor at every opportunity, constantly in the refs ear and he was buying it. Jeff King was described as a clown 3 times by our commentators for exactly this.
That Sho-Silva is a proper cheat and has been for years down here.
 

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The consensus our end was that Halifax’s players were throwing themselves to the floor at every opportunity, constantly in the refs ear and he was buying it. Jeff King was described as a clown 3 times by our commentators for exactly this.
Well the consensus on our end is your players were constantly cropping ours and borderline strangling Sho-Silva.

You deserved the win, no doubt about it. Better all over the pitch today. However, the ref was only poor for one team.
 

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The consensus our end was that Halifax’s players were throwing themselves to the floor at every opportunity, constantly in the refs ear and he was buying it. Jeff King was described as a clown 3 times by our commentators for exactly this.
Jeff KIng had a very poor game, but the players regularly going to ground (apart from when Silva was being assualted) were all wearing green. All the niggly kicks and shirt pulls were all from Yeovil. I'll repeat they deserved their win but did so ugly. Was like watching crazy gang era Wimbledon.
 

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Maidenhead could have had no complaints had we won that 3 or 4 nil, completely dominated and we had four players unavailable.

Slowly creeping up there.
 

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I'd like to re-run the game with winning going back on the table as an option. If we lose again I'm not going to accept it because I'm a self entitled little prick and anyway I want my mummy. That's how we do things these days, right? Right? :ds:
 

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Thank God we finally got a win, on today's performance Stockport looked poor, they were never in it and tried hoofing the ball upfield most of the game, made it easy for our defence. We did well today, clearly the lads had confidence they could beat Stockport at home. Long long way to go and lots more improved performances needed.
 

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Love a bit of Noble shithousery, been impressed with Woking, dangerous front line and a set of shit house defenders who head and kick everything.
 

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'Id be sick as a pig if I was a Woking fan. We've been poor and they've had 2 big calls go against them.
 

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Useless officiating once again, at least the clowns are getting seen for it on national tv.

Noble is a bellend
 

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Didn't look promising today when we lined up missing 4 of our usual starting XI (including 3/4 of our midfield) but Harrogate were pretty poor. We gifted them 2 goals with our usual comic defensive errors but other than that they didn't have an attempt on target.

Jon Stead got himself sent off for a moronic hand ball on the halfway line when he was already on a yellow and after that they just seemed to give up, we could easily have had 7 or 8 in the second half. They simply couldn't handle Kalala, goal of the season contender from him today. Reidy now top scorer in the league, reckon he'll get close to thirty again if we can keep hold of him.

I'd be concerned if i was a Harrogate fan as they don't seem to have any heart at all.
 
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Routine win today, although we should have put it to bed before the equaliser. Thankfully we went straight down the other end and scored anyway. There was nearly as much action off the pitch at the final whistle. From where I was sitting Chesterfield fans and players appeared to be involved in a scuffle with each other! Curtis Weston most heavily involved.
 
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It’s part-time Woking’s own fault for being top of the table.

You do like to see such a good reffing out assignment from time to time.
 

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Are there any opposition players you don't have serious issues with? #JusAskin :ds:
One more actually, Liam Noble might play for a Brother but he is hands down the biggest bell in the entire league. You just knew he’d do something after scoring that penalty. Celebrates every goal as though he’s scored the winner in the World Cup Final too.

It’s the Forest Green in him.
 

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We're throwing points away at an alarming rate. We were poor first half , Sutton keeper made two excellent saves second half but we need to play at a higher tempo to get the best out of our squad.
 

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One more actually, Liam Noble might play for a Brother but he is hands down the biggest bell in the entire league. You just knew he’d do something after scoring that penalty. Celebrates every goal as though he’s scored the winner in the World Cup Final too.

It’s the Forest Green in him.
Yeah, not many I've wished serious injury on in recent years but Noble and that winger Orient had on loan are two that stand out.
 

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