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On 21/05/2019 at 06:22, St Darren said:

How many attend AGMs nowadays anyway?

I heard the rumour that a Mr Curnow is going to take over at Ludgvan next season

Ludgvan have made an announcement on new management and not Steve Curnow.

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22 minutes ago, isaac rosenberg said:

If it weren't for emergency Life President action, you would be facing Pendeen eight tines a year In a six team league. No need to thank me, just Get With The Programme !

I suppose you get to make those calls without consulting a committee when your the Life President ? 

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We have the committee of three including a manager and secretary that met in a van every time you tried to prevent legitimate attempts to keep the club running. When you say Money Man, you mean you count other people's ? You'd have to erect a lot of scaffolding for your betters to deserve the name on your own behalf, wouldn't you ?

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I think you’re barking up the wrong path Isaac ?? If you’re not getting consistent information from your secretary or whoever’s sounding a meeting then maybe there’s a reason that they don’t want you there ?

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16 hours ago, TheMoneyMan said:

Isaac would you happen to know when the AGM is ? Will you be Chairing the meeting ? I will need to make travel arrangements so will need sufficient notice.

Depends what time the cricket finishes and whether it's plastering weather. And we do belong to have a crescent moon over Headbutt Corner. Then there are holiday changeovers and times I have to go to Dubai. It's usually in July, but last year it might have been May. It's a bit like Ramadan, with elements if the Gulf Stream added. Chairing ? Like telling a bad year nine group off, you can end up stanking up and down and hollering.

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On 28/05/2019 at 23:29, Sticker Forever said:

Can’t believe you two are still at it!!! 😴😴😴  You’re helping to give the forum a bad name! Hope you both contributed to it’s upkeep a couple months ago?

Distinct lack of respect for the club they claim to support / represent.
Innuendos, veiled threats of future happenings, accusations of past misdemeanours including 9% missing takings, with that sort of thing aired on a public forum what kind of support is that.
If 9% takings fraudently went missing in any club we had anything to do with, it would be straight to the police for them to sort it out and certainly not aired on a public forum.
We can't help feeling a little sorry for St Just Football Club, they deserve better.

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On 04/06/2019 at 19:48, We Two said:

Distinct lack of respect for the club they claim to support / represent.
Innuendos, veiled threats of future happenings, accusations of past misdemeanours including 9% missing takings, with that sort of thing aired on a public forum what kind of support is that.
If 9% takings fraudently went missing in any club we had anything to do with, it would be straight to the police for them to sort it out and certainly not aired on a public forum.
We can't help feeling a little sorry for St Just Football Club, they deserve better.

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RNAS CULDROSE FC FIRST TEAM MANAGER

Are you looking for a new challenge and want to become a member of a multi award-winning club? 

RNAS Culdrose Community Football Club is looking for a new First Team Manager for the 2019/20 season.

 You will be required to assist with training under the mentoring of our Head Coach, WO1 Chris Fairey (UEFA B licensed coach) and will take place weekly commencing on Weds 3 Jul 19 at 1800

 Key skills are:

Leadership and Management

Football acumen and tactical knowledge

Personal Skills

Drive and enthusiasm

 Any successful applicant will be provided with the following FA coaching qualifications, as required by the FA iaw with our status as an FA Charter Standard Community Club:

FA Coaching Level 1 minimum (FA coaching pathway funding and development available)

FA Safeguarding Children (U18s in Senior Squad)

FA Emergency Aid

CRC Enhanced Check

FA Coaching License

 The successful applicant will also be provide with a full set of our Nike Partner Club coaching kit.

 For further information contact:

Chris Fairey (cjfairey@sky.com or 07851754526)

Or Adam Cuthbert (club sec. 07812756479)

 

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Hope you have more luck than the other Spireites. I was there when Forest Green Rovers relegated them. The Chesterfield man of the match was the fan who invaded your manager. By the look of the Chesterfield bench they had far fewer qualifications than Culdrose are looking for !

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