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  1. That word went out of fashion some time ago, along with a lot of other things Keith B. Someone posted the idea that children who will have no school lessons until mid February, could be taught some home living, like how to cook, sew on a button, clean, dust, and tidy their rooms and some basics that will crop up in their later life. First reply back said, who is going to instruct the parents on how it's done in the first place. Point taken !!
  2. Our young friend is delighted with the comments about his idea made on the forum, so much so that his mum says it's doubtful he will sleep tonight. The more we think about it the more we feel that with a positive attitude, clubs could make it work and achieve a limited but worthwhile income. le boss suggests a "Go Fund Me " page which is fine if someone wants to make a gift. The voucher system suggested would not be a loan, but a purchase that is only redeemable as an entry ticket on match days. We admit that our opinion is going to be biased in favour of the lad, but how refreshing to
  3. We offer this idea from the active mind of a 7 year old who is genuinely concerned that his favourite local football club may not survive the financial implications of another season being at best disrupted and at worst cancelled. After much discussion, he asked us to put his thoughts on the forum, so in the interest of promoting young ideas here goes. Why can't clubs issue vouchers for one match that are entrance fee value and are redeemable at any future league match, during this or next season if this season is cancelled. On the face of it we thought it worthy of debate as if promoted
  4. I certainly don't jest about the pandemic, but it is time we lightened up a bit and took a more positive outlook. We are in a better position now than at any other time in the pandemic, with a vaccine that will at the very least improve the situation we find ourselves in. Purveyors of doom and gloom do nothing to improve peoples outlook, especially those who have a problem with a downturn in their mental condition.
  5. If what you say is correct, then Saltash officials need to be looking over their shoulder to see what size their substantial fine will be. Substatially more than they made on the day.
  6. Don't panic! don't panic! think positive my friend, or with that outlook on life we'll all be doomed Captain Mainwaring, we'll all be doomed !
  7. HAPPY AND SAFE NEW YEAR TO ALL !! LETS HOPE WE CAN LOOK FORWARD TO DEFEATING THIS VIRUS, AND GET BACK TO NORMAL SHOUTING OUR ADVICE TO PLAYERS ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD, AND TELLING THEM HOW GOOD IT WAS IN OUR DAY WHEN WE PLAYED IN ANKLE DEEP MUD AND TREATED THE REFEREE WITH REVERENCE.
  8. Volunteers and officials are understandably reluctant to expose themselves to a killer virus, just to play a game that nobody is allowed to watch. That situation equals no turnover, which equals no profit which in turn equals no club when we are eventually returned to the fold. Simple!
  9. Perhaps you would like to explain Big Al, what it is that you see as pathetic about the C.C.F.A. at least trying to help contain the spread of a killer virus. Is it because it's the C.C.F.A. or do you actually believe that the virus is a perverse and concocted excuse for disrupting the planet. We look forward to knowing your considered and sensible explanation if you have one.
  10. We believe that if it is a police matter and there is a chance that criminal charges may be made against individuals, then St Blazey officials have rightly decided to not comment on the event. It may also be prudent for those whose comments on this forum have suggested that they are aware of what happened, and know the individuals involved, to consider how to explain their position of knowledge if called upon to do so by the judiciary. In the meantime it's time to give the subject a well earned rest and let the respective authorities involved make their judgements based on the evidence tha
  11. You don't think that Leeds continuous and vociferous condemnation of the St Blazey set up means that he is angling to make a take over bid do you ? He does do a lot of phishing !! 😜
  12. Yes you are right F.F. and our suggestion about it being an option because of us entering tier two is technically wrong as having asked a local club official, the option was available in tier one
  13. Maybe you forgot to mention it Leeds, but St Blazey have only played 8 games which is 9 games less than Sticker and St Dennis, 8 less than Newquay, and 7 games less than Bodmin. If for instance St Blazey won their games in hand, ( and never write off the seemingly impossible ) they would be seven points ahead of Bodmin and near the top of the league. As a matter of interest do you think that means that Bodmin are no longer challenging for anything? Cherry picking current facts and ignoring future possibilities do nothing to promote an opinion that has offered its fair share of downbeat S
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