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Bobjfh last won the day on June 9 2020

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  1. 100% - was good to catch up, hopefully Smokie has warmed up by now - it was bitter Not a bad game, weather and pitch considering. St Austell play some lovely football, but I actually thought St Demnis had the better clear cut chances - they probably should have been up at H/T despite St Austell having most of the play. Good goal, created by Tiago, but I don’t understand why the St Dennis Manager took so long to change it around as he was beating their right back every time - once Ed Timmons moved out wide at the back, St Austell lost their cutting edge. After the goal and sending off I t
  2. Everybody has different views on it, I’ve made my disgust known - but it’s probably attracted more comments because of the lack of any other local football being on. For those who think it has nothing to do with the FA or League - I would just remind them that two games were cancelled because of this - not a player catching the virus in their normal routine but a deliberate act - surely they should forfeit the games - then St Blazey committee can look at what (if any) internal action they feel meets the circumstances of their club being dragged ‘through the mill’ - they are the only ones whose
  3. Good luck Town from Camelford - do yourselves and the county proud
  4. 100% - have as good a day as you can, I know it’s not been a good year, but I’m sure we will all have a toast to remember those we are missing - it’s not been a great year for our small football group. Shame your game is at 12 otherwise you and Smokie could have popped up to the Camels game, where you both would have been spoiled.
  5. These players stated they were from the club a matter which the club itself knew nothing about - but their manager identified himself as such - so no it shouldn’t affect the club. However, and it is a big however, the club do seriously need to consider who they want representing them - it looked like the whole squad (they posted a team picture?!?!). These individuals broke the rules we have all had to abide by - so punish them, correct course of action. But due to their behaviour two games had to be cancelled - not through innocently catching the virus but as a direct consequence of their
  6. The club, committee and supporters had absolutely nothing to do with this, but will ‘carry the can’ . Paul and all those involved with the club will be devastated - as a local football fan I would always remain 100% behind them and support St Blazey - but can have nothing to do with those involved nor attend / support their continued revival without independent action - having spent a year abiding by COVID rules, having lost a close family member and having Xmas (and the year) ruined - surely a stand has to be made - not one forced by the FA but one by a hard working honest club - every other
  7. I wasn’t going to comment as this is a police and ccfa/ league / club matter - but I have just heard the St Blakey’s managers own posting on their team group WhatsApp page - who shared it is amazing but what an absolute idiot and if St Blazey do not deal with this situation promptly it will drag the club into a situation out of their control and something they may not recover from. He was berating players for giving their real names / mentioning the club and how the premises owner was wrong and out of order. Have to say though some of the other stuff on social media / Fake Wikipedia page is hi
  8. Panda and WofTP - I totally agree about the Vase being a great competition, my point was not to deride that, simply in this exceptional year where clubs have been under huge financial pressures and no likelihood of the Vase finishing - missing Xmas games may not make sense?
  9. Falmouth, surly, need to make an early decision on this game. The Vase is great but are they really going to go much further in it - just being realistic. If they lose this game they get £350 - a home fixture on Boxing Day will probably be a sell out with £1800 gate and then bar / food money - and if Mousehole were on board a split gate for their game could raise another £500-£900 and no excessive travelling?? The Vase is virtually certain NOT to complete this year with COVID - time to think practically and withdraw or send an u18 team? - just a thought.
  10. Leeds - for once agree with you (lol) - Newquay have made a real go of the clubhouse and it looks fantastic - better than most pubs in Newquay so will hopefully generate some funds for a great club. One downside - having paid to go in and watch the match on a freezing Saturday - would have been nice to go in the bar, but a max of 60, allowing 30 for teams / officials (understandable CV19 restrictions) - meant only 30 ‘drinkers’ in the bar - - very few of whom I saw watching the game and most looked like they had been there for the afternoon, and no room for me! or the families of Camelford pla
  11. Elder you are, of course, grammatically correct, just a lot shorter then ‘broke through the defence and needlessly brought down from behind as heading at angle away from goal’.
  12. Lol - my point was really, effectively buying in a new team - then the money goes and all the bought in players move on, what are you left with - we’ve all seen it so many times, but in fairness some have done it to win cups/leagues - I just don’t see St Dennis in that position - and they had an okay squad.
  13. Cornish Dave - bringing in Dan Peters, Ed Timmons, Joe Cooper, Luke Johnson, Kyle Marks, Harry Clark, rumours of Dan Jennings and I’m sure there’s one more - won’t be cheap. Seems a bit strange to me though as the team they had were close knit and good enough to be safe from relegation - and the team they now have are stronger but will not challenge a top 6 position imo - so why spend all the money - I could understand 1 or 2 players??
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