Andys

What do we do on Saturday now?

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Another season over, the highs, the lows, the dramas, the laughs, the bad decisions, the good ones, suddenly it's all done. To all the teams, the managers, the players, the refs, spectators, fellow linos and everyone else that makes up the great game we all love, thanks for another memorable season, it's great to be a small part of the real life drama that is the Combo League. Players and managers move on and we should all be thankful for what they have given their clubs and the game. In a summer with no World Cup, Euros, Olympics, we face a football free zone of emptiness; we have the Cup Final today, Champions League final next week, then what do we do? All answers on a postcard to...............

Have a great summer until we can do it all again.............................

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International matches, World Cup qualifiers through to June 11th, then England u21s are in the Euros from June 16th to June 30th all live on Sky. Also the Confederations Cup runs alongside this from June 17th to July 2nd. As we speak there is a very good England u20s team in the World Cup who beat hosts South Korea yesterday to top the group. All live on Eurosport with the final 11th June. All the pre season stuff starts first week of July so actually there is no break from football if you don't want there to be!!! Hope this has helped!!! 👍⚽️🏆

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34 minutes ago, RAPPO said:

International matches, World Cup qualifiers through to June 11th, then England u21s are in the Euros from June 16th to June 30th all live on Sky. Also the Confederations Cup runs alongside this from June 17th to July 2nd. As we speak there is a very good England u20s team in the World Cup who beat hosts South Korea yesterday to top the group. All live on Eurosport with the final 11th June. All the pre season stuff starts first week of July so actually there is no break from football if you don't want there to be!!! Hope this has helped!!! 👍⚽️🏆

Thanks Rappo, almost at the point of contemplating having to spend Saturday with the Misses! 👍⚽️ 🤔

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21 hours ago, RAPPO said:

International matches, World Cup qualifiers through to June 11th, then England u21s are in the Euros from June 16th to June 30th all live on Sky. Also the Confederations Cup runs alongside this from June 17th to July 2nd. As we speak there is a very good England u20s team in the World Cup who beat hosts South Korea yesterday to top the group. All live on Eurosport with the final 11th June. All the pre season stuff starts first week of July so actually there is no break from football if you don't want there to be!!! Hope this has helped!!! 👍⚽️🏆

There's Women's football on TV too. Good stuff and no diving either !

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3 hours ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Catching up with all the jobs I should have done in the last 11 months ....instead of running around wiping players bums, and all the other things it takes to run a football club.....because no-one does anything anymore.

That's cos they've got you to do it Older. Well done sir. :)

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Why not go to your local club and offer to hhelp out with pitch maintenance grround refurb etc. That should take you to New season before you know it!!

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9 hours ago, panda said:

Why not go to your local club and offer to hhelp out with pitch maintenance grround refurb etc. That should take you to New season before you know it!!

That's called work and helping out .....players don't do that - anymore.

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5 minutes ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Don't think you're allowed to do that buddy.

Don't call it football, and don't enter as proper clubs. Call it something else, doing it amongst mates and you may well be alright.

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