Welling (Away) The Match Thread Putting on the Welling-tons

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letchbee94 wrote: 09 Feb 2024, 21:04
John Hunt wrote: 09 Feb 2024, 19:50 Precautionary 10am inspection but Welling are confident game will go ahead as planned.
Yea sounds hopefull.
Good communication from them.

Whispering this but they seem a nice club.

Hope we don't take them too lightly.
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hoppy wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 10:06 Wealdstone v Hendon is off, waterlogged pitch.
They are going to have to stop there players spitting on the pitch, as this is what happens.
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Game is on. Trying to find a commentary

https://wellingunited.com/media/live-co ... dio-wings/

Found this but it says away games only. Maybe it'll be on.

Edit....

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/football/68118026

I think it'll be on here.
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Did not want to start new thread for this but believe it was worth a mention, I see on youtube the club has added ( have done a few before ) under title "Bedside the pitch", I really like these, as it covers supporters before game shaking hands with our mascot Mr Bumble, which is great, these kids go home and watch this and see themselves on TV, can only be a good thing to attract and help towards the next generation of Bees fans, also the guy who video this was sitting just to the left of the goal in front of away end and had great coverage of Maguire Drew turn and shot which was headed clear, in this you can clearly see the defender was at least 2feet behind the goal line when he cleared it, hope the club will continue with this and ideally would like to see one at least once a month if not more.
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Has anyone heard what is happening or happened with Laurie Walksr, from going from our number one to again not even on bench.
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Just arrived at Park View Road. The pitch certainly looks like it will be a bit heavy in a couple of places and the goalmouth does look like a beach but otherwise it doesn’t look too bad. I’m just hoping that the rain will hold off as I have not bought a transfer to either of the stands.
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Roy57 wrote:Has anyone heard what is happening or happened with Laurie Walksr, from going from our number one to again not even on bench.
Looking increasingly likely that he won't be here next season and DB wants Gillmore to establish himself as #2 with a new #1 to join in the summer.
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rudebwoyben wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 14:40 Just arrived at Park View Road. The pitch certainly looks like it will be a bit heavy in a couple of places and the goalmouth does look like a beach but otherwise it doesn’t look too bad. I’m just hoping that the rain will hold off as I have not bought a transfer to either of the stands.
You don't need a transfer. Just walk in and pick a seat.
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If it starts raining I will!
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Back to sideways and backwards passing.
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ETBee wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 15:19 Back to sideways and backwards passing.
There has been a lot of that so far. I’d think that eventually Welling’s concentration will start to waver at some point and we’ll create some chances.
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O'Donkor's second touch and he scores! Lovely move and shot.
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Seems we've got that striker that everyone was so desperate for.

What an exciting few months it's going to be with 4 great new signings, one in each area of the park. (Yes, I'm including Keeley in that).
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This tie is far from over. They are not terrible and have had the best two openings which Jack Roscrow has failed to convert.
I sense they will score from another good chance.
We need to come out all guns blazing for the first 15 minutes of the second half and score that decisive second.
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