I quite like being "unfancied".Edd1 wrote: ↑09 Sep 2023, 17:48 If chesterfield fans mean by the general public they are right.
Unless you follow a club at this level then odds are you know fuck all about football at this level. Most will look at the teams in this division and assume that it’s all about chesterfield, Oldham and Southend.
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Can't recall a midfield so technically proficient. Gorman, Hartigan and Brunt when they combine are as good as any trio in my time watching, and in this heat, was downright cruel to the Alty midfielders. Its been mentioned a few times, but Mansfield must have some midfield if Hartigan is surplus to requirements.
Quite often the offers we do coincide with a poor performance on the pitch. Not today. If that doesn't tempt those that came for a fiver back, then we have no hope.
Looked more than that, if so, then that's pretty poor. A near total dominating performance.
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It's unrealistic to expect him to always attain such high standards but he will improve as the season progresses. I for one wouldn't like to see such a committed and talented player sidelined.
Could I quickly mention that my daughter had a bottle of water with her on today and was told by the steward to put the lid in the bin.Mikel Bee wrote: ↑09 Sep 2023, 10:49Same. The bag search steward at Bromley seemed more concerned it might be vodka. It passed the sniff test so was waved through.CrawleyBee wrote:I think only Bromley got weird when I tried to bring my bottle in.thebeekeeper wrote: ↑09 Sep 2023, 08:51Barnet have never been concerned by this in my experience, or any other club around our level. But as you say, Premier League clubs in particular seem to take the lids off. I know it's to stop people throwing full bottles, but I do find it very irritating.
No issues taking plastic bottles in anywhere else in this league.
She pretended to comply.
Just bring a secret stash of lids... I brought bottle and Capri Sun lids when my kids came to football
It sounded like something around that number when announced on the tannoy. I'm surprised because I thought the atmosphere was actually very good, and the Legends' Stand felt really quite full.b4life wrote: ↑09 Sep 2023, 18:39Looked more than that, if so, then that's pretty poor. A near total dominating performance.
What a fantastic performance by the team - hopefully more people will come down if we continue performing in that manner.
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Danny Collinge interview was excellent, he comes across so well and is a very impressive guy. I don't think there's any need to criticise our fans though.Sporting Barnet wrote: ↑09 Sep 2023, 20:34 For those of you who constantly moan about the quality, timings and content of post match or pre match interviews....have a listen to Danny Collinge and please comment! For context he has just finished running 10k in 30 degrees +, scored a goal and together with the whole defensive unit did their jobs and more. My observation of the interview for what it is worth is that Danny has show an inteligence, understanding, professionalism, and eloquence the game and football in general that most fans would struggle to put together ever. Well done Danny inspirational and a leader just what we need on and off the pitch!
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Obviously we need to be more clinical and I’m sure steps will be taken to address that. The only other slightly worrying thing for me was seeing Okimo outpaced on a couple of occasions in the first half - luckily, they weren’t clinical enough to take advantage. Not sure if it’s him losing a bit of pace (understandably) or whether their guy was just exceptionally quick.