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Re: SUNDAYS GAME Sun May 30, 2021 3:50 pm  

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RfE wrote:
I thought he was going to be out for weeks!


Yes at first it was said up to 12 weeks? but perhaps that is why he was not risked in the first half,
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Sun May 30, 2021 6:01 pm  

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I too was surprised Jarrod played today. He seemed somewhat reluctant to get involved in tackles. I personally would not have played him. But what do I know ?
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Sun May 30, 2021 7:14 pm  

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I too was surprised Jarrod played today. He seemed somewhat reluctant to get involved in tackles. I personally would not have played him. But what do I know ?


His presence though must lift younger players, but what a bonus having Chris Hankinson to convert goals from all over the pitch.
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Sun May 30, 2021 7:57 pm  

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How many watched the game?
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Re: SUNDAYS GAME Sun May 30, 2021 9:00 pm  

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How many watched the game?


Not that many in truth.

I would expect the club to claim 500. My estimate would be 200-250. Just a few away fans this week.
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Mon May 31, 2021 2:11 am  

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wire-quin wrote:
How many watched the game?

I think you'll find that attendances don't matter to the Club and haven't been an issue since 2006/7 when the tailspin began.

Wimbledon will be a fiasco when it happens.

A mid table (at best) side playing against sides from towns nobody in London has even heard of will hardly have the kicking the doors down.

Happy with 2 points, but the sheer lack of anything from the club in effort to engage fans (new/current/lapsed) points to nobody really giving a toss anymore.
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Tue Jun 01, 2021 4:44 pm  

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The club seems in a very weak position (and largely of its own making). Why is a move to Wimbledon the priority ? Or maybe that is being messed up too, we just don't know it yet.
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Tue Jun 01, 2021 5:52 pm  

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jbuzza wrote:
The club seems in a very weak position (and largely of its own making). Why is a move to Wimbledon the priority ? Or maybe that is being messed up too, we just don't know it yet.


Nobody would move to a new ground during a season (other than Broncos), just makes no sense. Given the team is average at best, that is not going to inspire new fans, you need a winning team playing exciting stuff whatever the sport.

Can't find any evidence of any other team sniffing around to share with AFC but you never know. Wasn't the impression given when the announcement was made that it was about Dons Trust being onside & the Council a formality? The reality seems somewhat different. In any event, the way our support is disappearing, we could play in a phone box if we can find one.
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Tue Jun 01, 2021 6:19 pm  

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Why is a move to Wimbledon the priority ?

I'd hazard a guess that like the name change back to The London Broncos and then the move to the hive, a wage thief has the ear of an out of touch poundland oligarch desperate to have his dream of a club with a pitch in use all year and thousands of cross over fans come true, even though it didn't work at Charlton, Harlequins, Charlton, Brentford, Harlequins, barnet or trailfinders.
Other than failure at these previous grounds, th only other common denominator is that we rocked up, stuck posts in the ground, announce a KO time and spent £0 telling anyone we were there whilst expecting our hosts to fill the stadium.
Brentford fans were bucket shaking during our time there....the club was brasic and going nowhere....2 decades on and look at them now....but apparently fans aren't important to Dave and his pet chimp
Re: SUNDAYS GAME Tue Jun 01, 2021 7:07 pm  

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I'd hazard a guess that like the name change back to The London Broncos and then the move to the hive, a wage thief has the ear of an out of touch poundland oligarch desperate to have his dream of a club with a pitch in use all year and thousands of cross over fans come true, even though it didn't work at Charlton, Harlequins, Charlton, Brentford, Harlequins, barnet or trailfinders.
Other than failure at these previous grounds, th only other common denominator is that we rocked up, stuck posts in the ground, announce a KO time and spent £0 telling anyone we were there whilst expecting our hosts to fill the stadium.
Brentford fans were bucket shaking during our time there....the club was brasic and going nowhere....2 decades on and look at them now....but apparently fans aren't important to Dave and his pet chimp


Little harsh, Chimps are quite intelligent, Lemurs on the other hand are particularly thick.
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