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Topic: Family non-league club?
Posted By: Argus9
Subject: Family non-league club?
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2016 at 8:31pm
Joined TFC 2002 and went into a family non league club - call me old school but today again w**kers let us down once again. Same old flares let off at the Car park that is SMNCP - did club do anything to suggest this was a bad way forward - today same again - over to you club - this is not the way forward . Told today they went into ground with 'fans' boasting that they had them in their socks. OVER to you TFC with some sort of message!!!!



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Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2016 at 10:32pm
Flares - wore those in the 1970s.

Having Kipper Ties amongst our Supporters would be far worse !.

Bring back Balloons and the Inflatables.

Need to get humour back with Football Supporters.



Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2016 at 11:07pm
AM/TFC going for family model in next few years - explain how the smoke bombs aid this case - and don't knock the kipper tie - l still have sixteen - just counted them!


Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2016 at 11:08pm
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Joined TFC 2002 and went into a family non league club - call me old school but today again w**kers let us down once again. Same old flares let off at the Car park that is SMNCP - did club do anything to suggest this was a bad way forward - today same again - over to you club - this is not the way forward . Told today they went into ground with 'fans' boasting that they had them in their socks. OVER to you TFC with some sort of message!!!!


I agree with you to a degree - what was more acceptable years ago, would now be barred , due to Health and Safety and Political Correctness.






Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 10 Apr 2016 at 4:17pm
Sorry Sir Alf - been accused of being slow on here by one of the chuckle brothers before - but are you talking about the Kipper tie here - been saving them hoping fashion would return?


Posted By: Footy Dave
Date Posted: 10 Apr 2016 at 4:30pm
I love a good kipper tie, no sugar in mine ayit!.

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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 10 Apr 2016 at 6:06pm
The planet that is 'Pinky' - explain that one ? - but really glad of a bit of fun - like being let out of school after final exams/no chance of play-offs -   like so many on here and fellow supporters spent so much time and money following TFC this year and no doubt next year - as they say through thin and thin. Come on you lambs next season.


Posted By: Footy Dave
Date Posted: 11 Apr 2016 at 6:19pm
Cup of tea in a broad Black Country accent. Not one of my best admittedly. Mind you we had the 'flares' at the weekend, pity they didn't set light to their coats, we could have had some Blazers.

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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 11 Apr 2016 at 8:04pm
Sorry PInky - Just sounded a bit Geordie in your tone - not a bit black country - oh Hum - however FULLY AGREE WITH LATTER COMMENTS - just glad the w**kers who support us away in the really local matches don't support us more often. ONCE AGAIN IN CAPITALS TFC - SAY SOMETHING TO PUT A STOP TO THIS - had several fans speak to me during and after match behind goal who had to move because of the smoke including kids - seems to be getting out of hand. Sure the 25 of us who travel away to the waste lands next year will suffer from whose high on booze and smoke!!- Or just maybe playing safe once again those up there in Board - not happened on our ground YET.



Posted By: Bolehall Youth
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 12:24am
There must be someone there on Saturday who spotted who it was, why not help football and inform TFC. After all it's our club!


Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 8:57am
At the end of the day, Hednesford on Saturday was like a LIBRARY, which the Tamworth Contingent sang accordingly.

Football, unfortunately has gone far too Health and Safety compared with Rugby.

Society always changes in different ways, but we do need MORE Supporters following us, over the age of 25.

Something urgent needs to be done about this.

I remember MCDONALDS just being full of youngsters, which was off-putting to older People. The Opinion Poll Company I work for were paid to change their Image, to attract a wider age range of People. Now people from ALL ages go in there.

Think Tamworth FC should have some Market Research done on this, to attract a Wider audience.


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 10:24am
Confused SIr Alf - think with your comments that we have gone to far health and safety that you are siding with smoke bomb idiots. If that is correct? - how the heck letting them off will attract more over25s to support TFC. Because of the segregation on Saturday a number of fans who would not normally reside behind goal were forced to move because of the smoke and appalling language - not my words but theirs at half time. Whislt not bothered my the language issue myself can see why others have problems with it, however smoke issue is another matter. Over to you Alf. Have a feeling next season that the actions of a few will cause problems for the small but devoted number of TFC tans that travel away being watched by security at each and every game like we were those Self same letting of bomb idiots.


Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 11:02am
Originally posted by Argus9 Argus9 wrote:

Confused SIr Alf - think with your comments that we have gone to far health and safety that you are siding with smoke bomb idiots. If that is correct? - how the heck letting them off will attract more over25s to support TFC. Because of the segregation on Saturday a number of fans who would not normally reside behind goal were forced to move because of the smoke and appalling language - not my words but theirs at half time. Whislt not bothered my the language issue myself can see why others have problems with it, however smoke issue is another matter. Over to you Alf. Have a feeling next season that the actions of a few will cause problems for the small but devoted number of TFC tans that travel away being watched by security at each and every game like we were those Self same letting of bomb idiots.


Agree with you Argus - unfortunately on Saturday , families sat right next to the Smoke Bombs fraternity . As in Life , we try and go where we feel most comfortable . Thus at football , I do try and have Good Banter we our singing Fraternity . Our Singing Fraternity has got much younger or is it me getting older ?

Back in my youth , wearing Fred Perry ( which I still do ) we had amazing comradeship without Smoke Bombs - it was Toilet Rolls thrown , so no smoke. It was more fun back then, I must say , but Society was different.

Somehow we NEED to get the mix right , to increase crowds but not put off some folk with families / children in particular.

What I don't want is a Library atmosphere or a ground full of Youngsters throwing Smoke Bombs !


Posted By: Yoy
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 11:17am
I understand that one individual involved in the "smoke bomb" incident,was well over the youngster tag, +25


Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 11:32am
[QUOTE=Yoy] I understand that one individual involved in the "smoke bomb" incident,was well over the youngster tag, +25[/QUOTE

Smoke Bombs thrown now are probably what Toilet Rolls thrown in the 60s/70s/80s were in comparison.

As mentioned before , too many grounds now like Libraries - need to get the balance right.

Hednesford Ground was SO depressing to be in - DEVOID of atmosphere from Hednesford - the Ground was so tired looking too.




Posted By: Bolehall Youth
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 5:38pm
Sorry Sir Alf, no matter how depressing the atmosphere is there is not excuse for the mindless idiot(s) who brought them to the match and the sooner they are identified and banned from attending and playing football the better!
With reference to TFC speaking out, I have noticed since the Solihull morons game an warning advert has been in the programme.
If you saw them NAME and SHAME ! We can then get back to talking about which player you would keep and who to bring in!


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 6:20pm
Apologies to TFC - Mrs Argus bought the prog and not read it yet- so a one step forward and let's hope the next is also in that vain on Saturday - PA and Programme needs to make this 100% clear as Youth said - ban them!. Reputation has been seriously damaged and let's not underestimate this - if at home you see an away team let of smoke bomb the memory and experience of that club will stay with you for many seasons for obviously the wrong reasons- comments from SNCP and Hens fans say they felt intimidated - if we don't put a stop to this - back to 70s at a time we are trying to build a community club. Would really like a bit more on here from the regulars who post on this forum - this is a big issue if we want to go forward - copycats who felt their fellows were big letting of smoke bombs will and can do the same. OH HUM. By the way Youth - you go first on who you want to keep for next season.





Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 7:00pm
Originally posted by Bolehall Youth Bolehall Youth wrote:

Sorry Sir Alf, no matter how depressing the atmosphere is there is not excuse for the mindless idiot(s) who brought them to the match and the sooner they are identified and banned from attending and playing football the better!
With reference to TFC speaking out, I have noticed since the Solihull morons game an warning advert has been in the programme.
If you saw them NAME and SHAME ! We can then get back to talking about which player you would keep and who to bring in!


Agree with you.

Name and shame by text ( anonymously) to the Club , who should ban them.

Other Clubs do this and it is nipped in the bud quickly.


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 7:37pm
+1


Posted By: Pricey2
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 8:22pm

Alf,

I do think it's good you're on here offering opinions which I don't always agree with but which do open up debate and have increased the traffic on here so fair play but...

Just to be clear, so far today you have likened throwing smoke bombs on the pitch to throwing toilet rolls on thirty years ago AND have supported a plea to anonymously identify those involved and summarily ban them? So, was toilet roll throwing something that should have landed people with banning orders years ago?

It is just a shade tricky to follow your train of thought at times and work out what I'm disagreeing with.



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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 8:41pm
And Pricey - what's your view on the issue for debate?


Posted By: Pricey2
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 9:02pm

It's something I'd not choose to do as I think it's just daft and I'd put it as significantly dafter than throwing a cascading bog roll but as for identifying and banning individuals who did it, I think that'll be a thankless task as there was a group stood round where it was set off and I'm not sure whether you blame the person who brought it in, the person who set it off, the person who dropped it on the pitch (could all be the same person I don't know), the people who shielded him/her from view of stewards (whether you can prove they did this intentionally or not) or how far you go with it as an investigation as a club with our fairly limited resources. In the end I tend to think there are worse things going on in the world...and I know some will say that all the club need to do is act on an anonymous text but banning someone without investigating the matter and without giving them a right to reply is a dicey precedent.

I'm not supporting whoever did it by the way - it was daft and looked a bit sh*t from a personal point of view.



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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 9:32pm
Pricey - Love you loads but always knew you would sit on that fence. More concerned to put a stop to it in anyway possible. A few ideas thrown up and fully aware if we give it publicity on here and elsewhere we may have a chance to put a stop to this. Your comments tend towards that this not such a big issue however the lady and young child who had to move because of smoke and abuse Is and will remain a major issue. - maybe being a bit hard on you but indifference from your previous comments will not help the cause of supporting a family friendly club going forward. Big issue will be not catching idiots and never will be - it's stopping them doing it again!




Posted By: Pricey2
Date Posted: 12 Apr 2016 at 9:44pm

I don't think I've said anything to suggest we shouldn't stop it - better searching at turnstiles would help but again costs money in terms of staffing and what I've said is identifying people and proving enough to ban them is extremely unlikely and far more difficult than people seem to suggest. An anonymous text as suggested earlier absolutely would not be enough to do this so pretending it would is absurd.

Anonymous texting on issues such as homophobic or racist chanting happens at all seater stadia in the upper echelons of the game because it works in real time, stewards attend seat numbers texted, and if they witness the abuse they then very simply act on it. CCTV in areas of the  stadium can also support the imposition of any further sanctions. To suggest this could work three days after an away game with unreserved seating/standing seems incredible to me.

I wouldn't chuck a smoke bomb and I wouldn't advocate anyone else doing it either, I think they look sh*t and the implication in the programme advert is club could potentially get fined by the FA for it but thinking the club can just click its fingers and ban people at the drop of a hat isn't realistic.



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Posted By: castleendlamb
Date Posted: 13 Apr 2016 at 9:52am
The first thing to do would be to educate supporters about the risks (I haven't read the programme so if the risks involved are pointed out in there then that's great)
Let people know what damage can be done with smoke bombs, asthma, panic, dizziness, and if you buy the wrong kind and get a chemical smoke bomb it could result in illness.
At the moment people may just see setting them off as rebellion, no real damage done as it goes out in a few minutes and they have had a laugh watching the stewards run around with buckets of sand. If, after knowing the dangers involved they continue to set them off, stronger actions should be taken against them.


Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 13 Apr 2016 at 1:07pm
Football has got an image problem at the moment and the Crowd Laws are CURRENTLY against it.

At Rugby , for example , you can take alcohol into the ground , no segregation etc.

Football not so , so the rules are different.

Football Supporters are starting to get p ssed off with high prices tickets, SKY etc interferring with Match day / times.

As mentioned before, as in Germany Football Supporters should have more of a say on how the Club should be run.

Think maybe Tamworth Supporters Club / Supporters should get together more on how to get the Crowd cohesion aspect improved.


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 15 Apr 2016 at 6:48pm
So far - very small bit in Thursday's Herald - Club condemning the smoke bombs - really hope tomorrow we have an approach which can be joined up - PA used to full - bits in the programme from both club and just as importantly in the supporters bit. Listening to FIve Live - any smoke that goes off - clubs liable to £15k fine - obviously this is at the highest levels but every penny taking out TFC if this continues will be disappointing to say the least. Come on guys - assume you have had fun to date in your small world first beer mentality but TFC reputation will be hit each and every time you let the next ones off.




Posted By: WotchaCobber
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2016 at 10:45am
Tamworth like most English towns has a subset of humanity who refuse to adhere to societies unspoken laws and notions. Why do folk avoid litter bins. Provided by the community for the community lets all pull in the same direction. Use the bins, don't drink/drive, mobile use. Don't let off fireworks. Don't discriminate against minorities. How many of the posters on here have set a good example to their peers and offspring? Come on Perkie come on Pinky, where do you dispose of your used bingo cards/card?


Posted By: Footy Dave
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2016 at 12:06pm
Wotchacobber, totally agree with what you say there, once had two youths pull up outside my house to dump their macdonalds rubbish on the pavement, unfortunately for them I was stood at the side of my drive & ran over picked it up & threw it back all over the passengers lap!, after I explained I didn't want their rubbish dumped outside my house, they apologised & drove off!. Incedently, I don't play bingo, but I put my TFC 50-50 cards in the litter bin.

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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 16 Apr 2016 at 1:28pm
Cobbs - if you call us names - at least use one of those you and the Village idiot have made up for us! - Oh Hum.


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 30 Apr 2016 at 4:05pm
w**ker alert!! - another flare just let off at Brackley. Just means we will have less to spend on players - a fine must be on way soon. Some TFC fan me thinks - really great way to support your team!


Posted By: Yoy
Date Posted: 30 Apr 2016 at 4:48pm
Please don't class them as fans,and there's more to come


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 30 Apr 2016 at 5:09pm
Second flare let off - but there could be some good news - 2 fans escorted out of ground soon
afterwards - hope they get banned for a very long time!



Posted By: HockleyFrank
Date Posted: 30 Apr 2016 at 7:48pm

Absolute yobs. One of the stewards came  back in with a cut face. Hope they are banned for good.



Posted By: NWL
Date Posted: 30 Apr 2016 at 8:43pm
Sad end to a strange season, points lost to bottom clubs would probably have put us second in the league if we had won them, maybe the club /Board felt it was to soon to be back in the Con-Pem??? Plastic pitch and more revenue first maybe???

Roll on next season, and a brighter future .


Posted By: Bolehall Youth
Date Posted: 30 Apr 2016 at 11:37pm
Absolute idiots,
Family Club, yes we are, and that was shown last home game.
I typed a long paragraph with my thoughts about these so called fan(s) and deleted it, because it's quite simple "THEY ARE NOT FANS" the police were outside the ground looking for them, let's hope they are caught charged, and banned from all sport, because you would not wish them on anyone!


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 01 May 2016 at 9:50am
Youth - bit worried about your comments. Really hope there a deal of coordination between the stewards and police - if the two fans that were escorted out of the ground because they actually let off the flares they should have been given over to the police or at least held until they could be given over.?




Posted By: Footy Dave
Date Posted: 01 May 2016 at 1:00pm
Hope they are banned, these morons ar definitely NOT fans & are not wanted by TFC. If we get fined, that's money taken away from possible player budgets etc.

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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 01 May 2016 at 2:35pm
Problem we have is that they are perceived to be TFC fans by the police, clubs where smoke bombs have been let off and on the football grape vine whether we like it or not. Noticed a trend this season in local away matches faces never seen before and whether it's a coincidence or not who knows. Damage has already been done to our reputation and any hope of being recognised as a family friendly non league club going forward is certainly in the balance. Perhaps it is good that this has only happened over last couple of months and the club and even the supporters club have the close season to try to sort this mess out. Problem is that we don't know why two were ejected yesterday - if they did not directly let smoke bomb off - can't see how they can be banned long term by club and we are then back to square one .







Posted By: Footy Dave
Date Posted: 01 May 2016 at 7:37pm
It needs those around them to put a stop to it, I was at Hednesford & some people had to move away because of the smoke. If someone stood next to me & lit a flare, I would be having words!.

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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 03 May 2016 at 6:32pm
Just hope something is going on behind the scenes to sort this out. Concern at a very recent home game v Fylde loads of our younger fans were congregating after match around their supporters coach chanting football anthems - and let's not forget they only bought just about a man and his dog - not one steward to be seen anywhere close.- we are a non-league with l thought those self same values?


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 03 May 2016 at 7:49pm
Come on the chuckles and pod - what's your view on something seriously worrying on this thread and how we can go forward as a club and family that's football .I must apoligise it has nothing to do with your nemesis ED? - your views welcome ? Oh hum !


Posted By: WotchaCobber
Date Posted: 05 May 2016 at 11:50am
Easy really, lack of self respect in society reflected in tribal mentality, adopted by some who attend football. No discipline in schools, over busy parents, feral children who go on to become aggressive arrogant young adults. Yobbish Prime Minister sets poor example of leadership. UK needs a massive injection of education based on positive social constructs and community. REAL we are all in it togetherness. How we get there is the hard part. 
Who do you blame? smoke bomb thrower? manufacturer? legislators? Stewards? onlookers who do not intervene? As said we need to all be in it together. Sadly we are not.


Posted By: Pilgrim Pod
Date Posted: 05 May 2016 at 1:18pm
It's all there in black and white as far as I'm concerned...

http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjT-JHR78LMAhXIDxoKHe1TBSUQFggdMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fsf.org.uk%2Fassets%2FSmoke-Bombs-Flares-and-Fireworks-Factsheet-for-FSF.pdf&usg=AFQjCNHS4wKs5YTnBkID0p58o2TF-UWq7g&sig2=Pn6BwpIYaD6Y1mRQRmL0vw" rel="nofollow - http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjT-JHR78LMAhXIDxoKHe1TBSUQFggdMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fsf.org.uk%2Fassets%2FSmoke-Bombs-Flares-and-Fireworks-Factsheet-for-FSF.pdf&usg=AFQjCNHS4wKs5YTnBkID0p58o2TF-UWq7g&sig2=Pn6BwpIYaD6Y1mRQRmL0vw

Idiots caught possessing or throwing a smoke bomb/flare etc. should be prosecuted and that right there is the club's responsibility. If this issue is becoming a regular occurrence TFC needs to take control of the situation. Taking a hard stance with court action and lifetime bans would soon nip it in the bud.


Posted By: Adidas
Date Posted: 06 May 2016 at 12:57pm
Originally posted by WotchaCobber WotchaCobber wrote:

Easy really, lack of self respect in society reflected in tribal mentality, adopted by some who attend football. No discipline in schools, over busy parents, feral children who go on to become aggressive arrogant young adults. Yobbish Prime Minister sets poor example of leadership. UK needs a massive injection of education based on positive social constructs and community. REAL we are all in it togetherness. How we get there is the hard part. 
Who do you blame? smoke bomb thrower? manufacturer? legislators? Stewards? onlookers who do not intervene? As said we need to all be in it together. Sadly we are not.


Agreed fully.

We NEED to urgently leave the EU for starters.

Society is now a "free" for all .

Soft politicians , soft teaching , too politically correct ,too many human rights , zero hours contracts etc etc ...











Posted By: Pricey2
Date Posted: 06 May 2016 at 6:18pm

Alf, Why have you changed your user name to Adidas?

;-) I'm assuming we haven't got two anti EU mad UKIPers who love a misplaced quotation mark?

Behaviour at football is genuinely absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with EU membership.



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Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 06 May 2016 at 6:38pm
Names - Others do Pricey - we now have 3 chuckles not 2. That's just dammed unfair as helium us Piggys have bought is running out quickly. Serious point coming up here though - why do voters who want to leave the EU always classified as mad - help me here? Maybe call me Dave has scared you?



Posted By: Pricey2
Date Posted: 06 May 2016 at 10:20pm

Don't let this develop into a politics thread and if you want to find a bloke with no time for Call me Dave then I'm him but if anything I do hate Boris more (begrudge that fella oxygen if I'm honest).

There are arguments on both sides and I wouldn't belittle anyone for coming to either view but the reason they get called mad is because they make up stuff like the EU banning overly bent bananas and repeat it ad nauseum until people believe they actually happened and then they attribute things like bad behaviour at football matches to being in the EU when blatantly it isn't and suggest that removing peoples' human rights will help to reduce the number of people on zero hours' contracts.

This isn't the place for a pro or anti EU debate and the number of times over the last few years that threads on here have been tenuously linked to suggestions that electing Nigel Farage and his mob would benefit TFC has been irritating.

For what it's worth, I'd criticise someone for coming on here and claiming that TFC would fall to pieces if the UK left the EU but no one does suggest that because that side of the debate tend  to have fewer mad people.

Does that sort of explain it?



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Posted By: Sir Alf Ramsey
Date Posted: 07 May 2016 at 12:01pm
Originally posted by Pricey2 Pricey2 wrote:

Don't let this develop into a politics thread and if you want to find a bloke with no time for Call me Dave then I'm him but if anything I do hate Boris more (begrudge that fella oxygen if I'm honest).

There are arguments on both sides and I wouldn't belittle anyone for coming to either view but the reason they get called mad is because they make up stuff like the EU banning overly bent bananas and repeat it ad nauseum until people believe they actually happened and then they attribute things like bad behaviour at football matches to being in the EU when blatantly it isn't and suggest that removing peoples' human rights will help to reduce the number of people on zero hours' contracts.

This isn't the place for a pro or anti EU debate and the number of times over the last few years that threads on here have been tenuously linked to suggestions that electing Nigel Farage and his mob would benefit TFC has been irritating.

For what it's worth, I'd criticise someone for coming on here and claiming that TFC would fall to pieces if the UK left the EU but no one does suggest that because that side of the debate tend  to have fewer mad people.

Does that sort of explain it?



No .

The UK / Tamworth is now in one of 28 EU countries.

Originally 6 with similar economics.

28 EU countries and about to be alot more.

Of course if I lived in a poorer country like Poland , Romania , I would be WELL motivated to go to the UK.

Some of our wages have been driven down , too much competition for decent jobs currently - the EU had the best of intentions , but is now out of control - our Border Force have " basically " given up / Theresa May has too.


Posted By: Red Blooded
Date Posted: 07 May 2016 at 4:58pm
Is this now a political forum?


Posted By: Argus9
Date Posted: 07 May 2016 at 6:08pm
Nope - Cooper now manager at Forest Green - you can never say he chooses a normal chairman as his boss!


Posted By: Shed head
Date Posted: 07 May 2016 at 8:06pm
U 21 drew 3-3 today with Heath Hayes, need one more point from two games,to win leauge , playing at swifts Rene rd on Monday 9th May.19.45 kick off come along and give them our support will be a great achivement in 1st year! What would be nice if the club would let us know when they are playing l had to find out off the midland football leauge web site .


Posted By: NWL
Date Posted: 10 May 2016 at 9:37pm
Originally posted by Shed head Shed head wrote:

U 21 drew 3-3 today with Heath Hayes, need one more point from two games,to win leauge , playing at swifts Rene rd on Monday 9th May.19.45 kick off come along and give them our support will be a great achivement in 1st year! What would be nice if the club would let us know when they are playing l had to find out off the midland football leauge web site .


How did they do , looked onthe official site , but nowt?



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