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Dave Deacon

NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH RESULTS – Sat Aug 26 2017

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Att. 484                Bath City              1 – 0       Poole Town

Att. 730                Chelmsford City                2 – 0       Truro City

Att. 265                East Thurrock United      2 – 0       Bognor Regis Town

Att. 631                Eastbourne Borough      1 – 1       Wealdstone

Att. 426                Hampton & Richmond Borough 0 – 1       Havant & Waterlooville

Att. 411                Hemel Hempstead Town              0 – 3       Dartford

?                              Hungerford Town FC      2 – 3       Gloucester City

Att. 252                Oxford City         1 – 1       Welling United

Att. 688                St. Albans City   2 – 1       Concord Rangers

Att. 611                Weston-Super-Mare      2 – 2       Chippenham Town

Att. 237                Whitehawk         1 – 1       Braintree Town

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A dissapointing result against one of the leagues high flyers. Two second half set pieces undid a spirited Truro performance although Tom McHale played another blinder between the sticks. Three points on Monday is a must against WSM as the natives begin to get restless.

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Yep same old story.Played well and LOST.

A must win game against Weston.

Im sure if TCFC get a victory,all the dust will be swept under the carpet,for a couple of games.

But so far after the start we had.

Not good enough.

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Maybe ,because a lot of people realise what is happening at the Club,and have'nt got a lot of interest.

Two old TCFC stalwarts passed away over the last week or two,and their has been no recogniion from the Club at all.Thats because the owner's and their little hangers on, of the last 5-6 years have no idea of Truro City's history  and the people  involved with it.

Then of course these are the same people who can't understand why the Truro community dont get behind the Club.

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Condolences to the friends and family of those stalwarts of Truro City who have passed away. They are the heartbeat of any football club and should be remembered in the best way possible. It is indeed a shame the football club didn't say/do anything. Then again, maybe they didn't know?!

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2 hours ago, Jacob-Englefield said:

Still active Dave. I don't mind saying it's not as good as it used to be though.

Must have been a temporary issue as I'm able to read it now 

1 hour ago, somersetspur said:

Two old TCFC stalwarts passed away

Who were they ss?

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Lynne Tonkin wife of Paul who were both heavily involved with the supporters club for many years, she was only 64, funeral tomorrow at Penmount at 11am.

Also Melville Wearne a life long supporter who ran the line for the Combination side for many years, funeral Thursday at Penmount 10am.

They will both be greatly missed by everyone who knew them.

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1 hour ago, Jacob-Englefield said:

Condolences to the friends and family of those stalwarts of Truro City who have passed away. They are the heartbeat of any football club and should be remembered in the best way possible. It is indeed a shame the football club didn't say/do anything. Then again, maybe they didn't know?!

Thats not the point,weather the Club knew.

They Club owners should have some knowledge of Truro's history. But only being around for a few years,they just show no interest,with what went on before them.

No wonder a large part of Truro's community,are not interested with the Football Club. 

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51 minutes ago, somersetspur said:

Thats not the point,weather the Club knew.

They Club owners should have some knowledge of Truro's history. But only being around for a few years,they just show no interest,with what went on before them.

No wonder a large part of Truro's community,are not interested with the Football Club. 

Technically it is Dave. How else are there supposed to send their condolences or best wishes when they don't know?! I do agree that the owners should have some knowledge of the history of Truro City. Ultimately, that's what everybody looks back on in football. The community relationship is improving I believe. Although this does seem to be at a very slow pace.

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2 hours ago, Rayvon said:

Lynne Tonkin wife of Paul who were both heavily involved with the supporters club for many years, she was only 64, funeral tomorrow at Penmount at 11am.

Also Melville Wearne a life long supporter who ran the line for the Combination side for many years, funeral Thursday at Penmount 10am.

They will both be greatly missed by everyone who knew them.

Both people who I know from my time being associated with the club and so condolences firstly to Lynne's husband Paul and family and also to Melville's family, in particular son Mark who did his bit on the pitch for the club. 

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A lovely service,to say our goodbyes to Lynne.

Not one TCFC official,anywhere to be seen,but there were many old faces from Truro City's" Red and Black" days.

Have'nt been to the last couple of home games,so I dont know if there were any announcements or minute silence for the loss of these Truro City stalwarts.

Disgrace.

Anyway ,those people  are not worth talking about.

R.I.P. Lynne Tonkin.

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