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Monday 3rd December 2018

 



Dribble!
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Dec 3, 2018, 11:22 PM

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Location: Ipswich
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Chelmsford City 2 Braintree Town 0
Essex Senior Cup, 4th Round

Admission; £7
Programme; £3 - double issue with Gloucester league game
Attendance; 312

Very easy win for the home side, took the lead in the first half but did not add a second till the last minute. Not sure how many first team players the visitors rested, but Braintree looked poor and never really threatened the Chelmsford goal.

Ground been visited by most, athletics stadium but at least the two stands behind each goal are on the inside of the track, packed clubhouse and obvious it is a well run club.





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Dave 56
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Dec 3, 2018, 11:42 PM

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Location: Staffs.
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Coventry Charity Cup. KO 19:45. Admission £3. No programme. Crowd 59.


Rugby Borough 3 v 0 Coventry Plumbing


The whole game was played at a fast pace but with few efforts on goal. Scoreless at half time, the second period was quite a bit better. First goal took 63 minutes to arrive with two more in the last 10 minutes.


Both sides took the game seriously, several yellow cards and a red for a home player.


Nice facility, with viewing restricted to the one side only. Bar selling tea and coffee along with alcoholic beverages and some hot food.


Windy
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Dec 3, 2018, 11:59 PM

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Bundesliga - FC Nuremberg 1 Bayer Leverkusen 1 - Admission Ä49 - Programme free (a very small fold out type) - Attendance 32,238

Another long day, leaving Stansted at 7.30 in the morning and arrived in Germany to rain and that rain didnít stop all day and all evening. It made the pitch very difficult to play on with the ball holding up at times and players control was tricky throughout. The home ultras werenít in the ground at all in the first half as a protest against Monday night football, dictated of course by TV although it appears that the German FA have already decided that from next season, there wonít be any more matches played on Mondays. The ultras appeared for the second half and certainly boosted the atmosphere.

Leverkusen took the lead after 29 minutes when Kai Havertz chipped the keeper into the top right corner of the net and they were good value for that goal. Nuremberg equalsed eleven minutes into the second half when a Sebastian Kerk cross was cleared to Georg Margreitter to fire home from 15 yards. Neither side could force a winner despite Leverkusen finishing with 10 men after Karim Bellarabi limped off late on after all of the substitutions had been made.

Back at the airport as Iím on the 6.30 back in the morning. With the incessant rain, I had decided to see Bohemian Rhapsody but the only showing at the cinema that was in English was at 10.15 tonight with the earlier showings being dubbed over in German.


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timmy tabby
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Dec 4, 2018, 7:51 AM

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....Slightly closer to home and in front of slightly fewer people....

Haringey Borough 1 v 2 Leyton Orient* - London Senior Cup 2nd Round
Prog 16 pages £1.00 - Admission £10.00 - Att 257**

* Or as stated on the front cover of the prog 'Leyton Orient XI' or on the teamsheet 'A Leyton Orient XI', which suggested a midfield trio of Saville, Tweedie and Staplehurst, but the team did consist of those like Elokobi, Harrold & Lawless who are perpetual bench warmers and a smattering of youngsters who given the current form of the first team regulars are more than likely not to play any first team minutes currently.

** Given that the 'free season ticket' was not valid on this occasion, interested how many would attend. In fact the attendance was far more than expected. In addition, the hosts now have a drummer in situ and he hits his snare very hard and not overly rhythmically.

An OKish contest that neither team played at maximum pace but helped by some uncharacteristic wayward shooting from Haringey, the visitors who were far more decisive when they had a view of the posts and bar secured a LSC third round berth on an evening that started off relatively December mild but then became typically December chilly/.

The first half had a few moments of note, a decent cross from Kyprianou that deserved better than seeing Harrold and Alabi too far forward and a strange opener for the visitors when Sotiriou shot from 20 yards and Byfield in the Haringey goal easily had covered but after getting two hands to the ball allowed the shot to squirm from his reach and over the line.

The second half was of better entertainment, with the customary array of half chances and near misses before the hosts were genuinely unfortunate not to level when Nouble cut in from the left and hos effort from a narrow angle struck the inside of the far post and rolled along the line back into the hands of the grateful Janata. This was the let off that Orient required and a quick break from the impressive Sotiriou saw him clear of the home defence his shot was parried by Byrleld but only onto the path of Alabi who converted with ease. The hosts deserved to pull a goal back and duly did when after a number of efforts were charged down in quick succession, Barker drove a low shot through a crowd of players from 20 yards past Janata. Soon after the hosts were reduced to 10 when Mitchell made the wrong decision that the only way that he was going to stop Sotiriou who had again broken through on goal was to cynically take his legs from under him. No complaints for what was a clear straight red.

Contest commenced on time and even with 5 minutes added time was concluded at 21.35. Problem was that the normally reliable W3 departure back to Wood Green Station we were informed by a techie who has one of those new fangled 'Wheres my Bus' apps that the next service was 21 minutes. Not quite having to wait 21 minutes but it made the 22.29 from Limehouse a long way out of reach......


Karb
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Dec 4, 2018, 8:31 AM

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Coventry Charity Cup. KO 19:45. Admission £3. No programme. Crowd 59.


Rugby Borough 3 v 0 Coventry Plumbing


The whole game was played at a fast pace but with few efforts on goal. Scoreless at half time, the second period was quite a bit better. First goal took 63 minutes to arrive with two more in the last 10 minutes.


Both sides took the game seriously, several yellow cards and a red for a home player.


Nice facility, with viewing restricted to the one side only. Bar selling tea and coffee along with alcoholic beverages and some hot food.


Also at this one (my headcount was 62). Pre match ales were taken in the Raglan Arms and the Merchants Inn. Sadly the Rugby Tap had closed at 6pm.

Plumbing edged the first half, and had some half decent chances, but Borough looked better as the game wore on



"People do not have moments of truth in station waiting rooms"

(This post was edited by Karb on Dec 4, 2018, 8:33 AM)


Tim
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Dec 4, 2018, 8:59 AM

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Location: Stourbridge, Charmouth
Team(s): Stourbridge, Welton Rovers

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Stourbridge 3 Romulus 1 (Birmingham Senior Cup) Att: 159 (looked quite a few more than that)

The Stour line up suggested that they were going to take this one seriously, so no danger of a repeat of the Cinderford debacle. The Glassboys completely dominated the first half, banging in three fine goals against a woeful Romulus. To be fair, they improved a lot after the break but their goal was no more than a consolation. Not bad entertainment for a fiver. Hoppers' Corner was well populated with Worcestershire Mafia, Bradshaw and Smallman M. We put the world to rights, as usual.


bagman
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Dec 4, 2018, 3:37 PM

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Sky Bet Championship

West Bromwich Albion (0) 1 v 1 (0) Brentford

Admission £15 OAP, Programme £3.50, Attendance: 20,949 (665 Bees fans)

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New Grounds 2018/2019 Season = 18
Last New Ground : West Bromwich Albion 3rd December 2018


Dr Love
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Dec 4, 2018, 4:58 PM

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Location: Berks.
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Reading City 2-3 Binfield
Hellenic Premier


Scours Lane has played host to some entertaining games over recent weeks, with both Reading City and Woodley United getting in on the act.

The fixture was only confirmed as being on shortly before the warm-ups. Binfield started the brighter and had the ball in the net within three minutes, but it was narrowly offisde. They did open the scoring ten minutes later, but only a few minutes later they were behind. Fairly even for the rest of the half, with neither side able to make another breakthrough. The second half was mainly Binfield. They missed two were good chances within the first five minutes of the half (one a penalty hit too close to the keeper). Reading's best chance of the half came midway through it, but with about ten minutes to go two quickfire goals won it for Binfield. The winner a penalty, taken by the same player as the first effort.

 
 


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