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  1. fatolive

    MK Dons (H)

    Just loved being back in there.loved the fact we scored a brilliant free kick Loved the fact there were dickheads talking shite behind me again, Loved the fact I was frustrated by a ref, loved the fact I was annoyed by opposition shithousery, loved the players running celebrating in front of us , loved seeing my 10 year olds joy when the equaliser went in in the last seconds , loved the fact I was nervous when they went forward from their kick off with about 10 seconds left , loved the atmosphere , loved the fact it pissed down walking in, dried up a bit then pissed down again walking back to the car , no negatives at all for me today, next game maybe there will be but loved every bit of today.
  2. The scenes here are fucking fantastic. no walking onto the coach with earphones on for these lads. pizza and beer and then the owner hugging the fans remember a few years ago when we had owners and players who didn’t give a shit and seemed to treat us with contempt ? no, nether do I tonight , fuck them we’ve got it back
  3. Mentioned it before but my lads played Charnock in the LSL before at u18 and it’s a great set up, was really impressed and been to a few good ones in that league but they were stand out in my opinion
  4. It is , we have played Charnock as we’ve mentioned before. Some good teams in the league, as well as Charnock I’d single out Clitheroe and Cradley as really good teams . Atherton Coll’s too have one this season , but only played them once so hard to judge as both had lads isolating
  5. Yeh the ones that stay will probably head that way, the others will be pissed up in some uni hall throughout the country no doubt making unfit guest appearances occasionally.
  6. Yeh possibly, open age and u21 maybe, but a lot of these lads will be off to uni and won’t be the same group is what I meant, their last season as a group
  7. Hope that doesn’t happen, even just one fixture against each as opposed to home and away would be better than nowt . One of my lads is u18 currently, been with the same group of players more or less since u7, would hate to see their last season together fizzle out like that, know there’s bigger issues with all this but it would be a shame from solely that point of view
  8. We have a situation where it’s one parent per player , fair enough and its adhered to, but one plays on a public park, my kids grandads or mum can’t come watching with me but every man and his dog stop for a gander walking past. Still, better that and getting a game
  9. my daughter plays for a team where I’m currently wondering where the money goes, possibly the same one , not just the subs but fund raising , especially when we also get links to the club shop where we can buy training gear and hats etc for them . my lads all play for different clubs where money is re invested or even just sits in the bank, all visible, something doesn’t sit right with the daughters team though. Saying that, I pay subs the same and she thoroughly enjoys herself so no issue, but it grates me a little the efforts of volunteers and parents could be subsiding an individuals income rather than a genuine grass roots club .
  10. Bit of a bummer for me, had two due to play against a Darwen on Sunday both now off. First time ever had two playing against the same team at the same place , usually Blackpool and Blackrod at the same time or something, and it gets pulled . did they give the ok for indoor football just a few hours ago too ?
  11. Actually not sure, was told there were a few cases and it was closing for a deep clean on the message I got, no one named. that was going around as chat but I don’t know for definite to be honest
  12. My lads are doubly gutted, one just back from 8 weeks injury , one training session then off for another 4 and the youngest is at Ladybridge which closed , re opened for a week the shut down again. Quite lucky in that that can kick about in the garden and on the field together though so small mercies. Typical , The weather was perfect over the weekend too, think we all know 1st weekend back will be rained off ...
  13. It is starting earlier, my eldest lad played with the same bunch of mates until he was 13 , then some dropped out, some moved down / up etc now you get coaches If some clubs asking for friendlies at u6 / u7 and Saying things like “high level only “ or putting an add out “ high level u7 team in need of striker / centre mid . Centre mid at 5 or 7 a side. it’s madness and shows the coaches are just massaging their own egos
  14. I’ve spent years with kids football at various levels ( not academy) and can safely say parents are the worse I’ve seen parents come to blows at the end of a u12 match while the players were all sliding down the bankings together having a laugh and forgot about the game. though must admit, I have also seen some absolute gobshite “ coaches” in that time toobut in the main, parents reciting what they’ve heard on match of the day and thinking they’re experts are the worse.
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