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Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10 out

Postby Bee_Forever » 16 Sep 2019, 09:37

So... tomorrow sees the bees return to bananarama action after two wins on the bounce against military town Aldershot.

The shots have proven something of a watershed moment for managers with PF leaving three times after managing us against them.

Here's hoping Currieis not off like a shot afterwards. They will certainly be gunning for us and will have a strategy knowing we are averse to shelling it forward.

EDIT: With TK supporting Curries call for a strike-r. Our play will revolver round a mobile unit of three attacking forwards with a target man.

In terms of team lineup I guess it will be a repeater of Saturday unless any of our players are able to leave sick bay.

--------------------matrev...Loach!-------------------------

--alexander---santos---reynolds--hernandez--

---------------------adams---j. Taylor----------------------

--mason-clarke---fonguck--akinola----------------

---------------------private walker--------------------------

Subs: matrevics, vasilou, barham, Rowan, surprise-surprise

I am landing at Stansted at 5.30 hoping to get there.

Apologies for the late bullet-in.

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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on With no

Postby ninestein » 16 Sep 2019, 10:23

Ironic that we are sponsored by Canon...
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on With no

Postby ETBee » 16 Sep 2019, 10:37

"With TK unwilling to support Curries call for a strike-r."

Really? What is your evidence for this statement?
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on With no

Postby Bee_Forever » 16 Sep 2019, 10:56

ETBee wrote:"With TK unwilling to support Curries call for a strike-r."

Really? What is your evidence for this statement?
Currie knows we need a striker. We haven't signed one. TK has final say on transfers.

I don't have spies behind enemy lines but it all adds up.

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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on With no

Postby becbee » 16 Sep 2019, 11:22

TK won't always have the final say on transfers, not if he sanctions a deal then the player concerned decides for whatever reason not to join us.
I don't suppose DC would pursue a deal in the first place if he thought TK was going to veto it.
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on With no

Postby LoudmouthBFC » 16 Sep 2019, 12:03

Bee_Forever wrote:So... tomorrow sees the bees return to bananarama action after two wins on the bounce against military town Aldershot.

The shots have proven something of a watershed moment for managers with PF leaving three times after managing us against them.

Here's hoping Currieis not off like a shot afterwards. They will certainly be gunning for us and will have a strategy knowing we are averse to shelling it forward.

With TK unwilling to support Curries call for a strike-r. Our play will revolver round a mobile unit of three attacking forwards.

In terms of team lineup I guess it will be a repeater of Saturday unless any of our players are able to leave sick bay.

--------------------matrev...Loach!-------------------------

--alexander---santos---reynolds--hernandez--

---------------------adams---j. Taylor----------------------

--mason-clarke---fonguck--akinola----------------

---------------------private walker--------------------------

Subs: matrevics, vasilou, barham, Rowan, surprise-surprise

I am landing at Stansted at 5.30 hoping to get there.

Apologies for the late bullet-in.

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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on With no

Postby amberforever » 16 Sep 2019, 19:17

Good thread title but a subtle change: soldiering on with 9 missing.
.......Is it really 10 then?
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby letchbee94 » 16 Sep 2019, 20:55

Will be Pavey be able to feature?
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby beew » 16 Sep 2019, 21:00

letchbee94 wrote:Will be Pavey be able to feature?


I heard he has a minor thigh strain so should be available in January!
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby amberforever » 17 Sep 2019, 08:24

In his first training session?!
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby #Beebot » 17 Sep 2019, 09:04

amberforever wrote:In his first training session?!
Picked up at Dover.
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby hoofer2 » 17 Sep 2019, 09:20

I cannot get my head around why there is so much doom and gloom! We have had our best start in many seasons, we have a manager who is emotionally attached to what it means to represent Barnet, we have goals being scored across team including from midfield and centre half and only lost one game.

Things are building very nicely. Consistency is the key. Keep as we are and have every reason to hope for a strong finish this season.

The way we have coped with injuries shows this squad has depth and stronger than some give credit for.
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby beesknees99 » 17 Sep 2019, 09:36

beew wrote:
letchbee94 wrote:Will be Pavey be able to feature?


I heard he has a minor thigh strain so should be available in January!


What???? Surely a joke.
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby hoppy » 17 Sep 2019, 09:41

beesknees99 wrote:
beew wrote:
letchbee94 wrote:Will be Pavey be able to feature?


I heard he has a minor thigh strain so should be available in January!


What???? Surely a joke.


Time will tell.
And the time will be 7.45pm tonight.
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Re: Aldershot (hive) The Match Thread Soldiering on with 10

Postby beesknees99 » 17 Sep 2019, 09:45

hoppy wrote:
beesknees99 wrote:
beew wrote:
letchbee94 wrote:Will be Pavey be able to feature?


I heard he has a minor thigh strain so should be available in January!


What???? Surely a joke.


Time will tell.
And the time will be 7.45pm tonight.


DC wouldn’t sign another injured player. He just wouldn’t. Pavey had better be playing tonight.
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