Wealdston (The 75% Stadium) The Sweet and Sour Match Thread

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On a more positive note, for my birthday I got a signed card from the team and a lovely cake from my Wife!
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Who ate the “r”?
Have a great 50th birthday.
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jzsbee wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 13:45 On a more positive note, for my birthday I got a signed card from the team and a lovely cake from my Wife!

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Nice one mate! Happy birthday
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jzsbee wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 13:45 On a more positive note, for my birthday I got a signed card from the team and a lovely cake from my Wife!

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That cake had been photo - shopped. :oooops:
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Re: Wealdston (The 75% Stadium) The Sweet and Sour Match Thread

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John Hunt wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 09:15
tomatob wrote: 05 Feb 2024, 19:55 As if fighting a steward in glasses 40 years older than yourself isn’t pathetic enough. Some their fans then edit videos to make it look like Barnet threw the flare instead of themselves. You threw the flares; own it. Weirdo behaviour. Weasels
Have they really edited videos? Do they have the skills to do that? I cannot fathom that someone would go to the trouble to do that. Is it not just a question of angles?
Not edited exactly, (because that is obviously beyond them).

They have "clipped" the footage to cut out the full arc of the flare and only included the last bit which makes it look like it came from us.

The fact that flares of all colours initially burn orange further "clouds" the waters, but it was a blue flare thrown from the away end. There was no flare orange flare and no flare thrown from the home end.

They lie almost as easily as they sleep with their sisters.
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Wealdstone were genuinely horrific tonight and may well find themselves in a relegation battle soon.
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#Beebot wrote:Wealdstone were genuinely horrific tonight and may well find themselves in a relegation battle soon.
They were absolutely shocking on Saturday too, we dominated them. They had 1 long shot in the last 10 mins then what happened happened.
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PBBee wrote: 07 Feb 2024, 07:02
#Beebot wrote:Wealdstone were genuinely horrific tonight and may well find themselves in a relegation battle soon.
They were absolutely shocking on Saturday too, we dominated them. They had 1 long shot in the last 10 mins then what happened happened.
They’re only six points above safety.
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Hopefully they'll be fine. I love playing them
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john dockers shorts wrote: 07 Feb 2024, 12:32 Hopefully they'll be fine. I love playing them
That last minute goal they scored against us will be the difference between them going down or staying up.
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Roy57
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Re: Wealdston (The 75% Stadium) The Sweet and Sour Match Thread

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#Beebot wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 23:01 Wealdstone were genuinely horrific tonight and may well find themselves in a relegation battle soon.
Did you notice there attendance, it was 1.035, assuming Maidenhead took 50 + this mean there next game at home they had same attendance as what they brought to our ground, which is like Maidstone when they played Ipswich they took reportedly 5.500, with 4.500 of those more than likely not been to a home game all season, ( nothing wrong with this for a FA cup game against much higher opposition, but Wealdstone attendance at home to Maidenhead it would suggest 300 plus are not regular supporters that attend there games.
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I’m all for knocking Wealdstone, but we’re really not in a position to talk when it comes to attendances, especially for midweek fixtures. We’ve taken more away to Boreham Wood than we’ve had at home for some midweek games.

I know you’re not doing this Roy, but I also wouldn’t excuse some of the behaviour on Saturday on grounds of them not all being regular Wealdstone supporters. They certainly seemed to be supporting Wealdstone.
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Roy57 wrote:
#Beebot wrote: 06 Feb 2024, 23:01 Wealdstone were genuinely horrific tonight and may well find themselves in a relegation battle soon.
Did you notice there attendance, it was 1.035, assuming Maidenhead took 50 + this mean there next game at home they had same attendance as what they brought to our ground, which is like Maidstone when they played Ipswich they took reportedly 5.500, with 4.500 of those more than likely not been to a home game all season, ( nothing wrong with this for a FA cup game against much higher opposition, but Wealdstone attendance at home to Maidenhead it would suggest 300 plus are not regular supporters that attend there games.
Yes, Grosvenor Vale was pretty empty yesterday, and there was little noise from the home fans. Unsurprising though, given that they had about 25% possession and played more than half the game with 10 men.
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Thoughts? Credit.....DSH
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Brilliant. Saw it last night and was still chuckling at it this morning.
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