Well thats the end of that in the league.

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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Exile 1976 » February 9th, 2020, 9:24 pm

Frank Nouble 3 wrote:
Exile 1976 wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:Seriously always thought he was.
Learn something every day.
Even the press got it wrong then.



I don’t want to burst another of your bubbles, but Nick Knowles isn’t Beyoncè Knowles’ dad :wink: :lol:

Guess what Exile
Emile Edwin Wilfred was my Dad.

All joking apart gobsmacked that he isn't :lol:



Have to say I thought he was, even though my mate told me three years ago that he wasn’t !!
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Frank Nouble 3

Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Frank Nouble 3 » February 9th, 2020, 9:29 pm

Exile 1976 wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:
Exile 1976 wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:Seriously always thought he was.
Learn something every day.
Even the press got it wrong then.



I don’t want to burst another of your bubbles, but Nick Knowles isn’t Beyoncè Knowles’ dad :wink: :lol:

Guess what Exile
Emile Edwin Wilfred was my Dad.

All joking apart gobsmacked that he isn't :lol:



Have to say I thought he was, even though my mate told me three years ago that he wasn’t !!

I remember when he left us a few of the lads said Norman wont be happy.

Live an learn.

Wish I could find that Argus article where they said he was Countys MOM. Boden scored I can remember that. Maybe Butcher was the manager?
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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Frank Nouble 3 » February 9th, 2020, 9:38 pm

Found it.
Parselle in his debut gave a superb MOM performance against Wolves in the League cup despite loosing 2-1.
Parselle was superb against the 2 Wolves strikers on the night.
Afobe 22 goals in 46 appearances before £10 million transfer to Bournemouth
Dicko 31 goals in 94 appearances now with Vitesse in Holland
Not division 2 players.
Butcher was manager and Boden put us in the lead.

Look what happened. Flynny arrived never played him all season and let him go.

Something went wrong there.
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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Spiderman » February 9th, 2020, 10:37 pm

I remember listening to a manager once who said that whether you’re on the way up or on the way down , you’ll always find your level. There’s also another saying that the longer you’re out of a struggling team, the better player you become, until you get back in it.
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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby faerun exile » February 11th, 2020, 6:15 pm

Since the 2013/14 season the average total of points of the team finishing 7th in EFL2 is 72. Highest has been 75, lowest 70. For us to reach 72 points this season we will have to pick up a further 33 points from 17 games, so pretty much 2 points per game or DWDWDWDWDWDWDWDWD or 11 wins / 6 defeats etc etc.
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phil crump

Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby phil crump » February 11th, 2020, 6:59 pm

Frank Nouble 3 wrote:Found it.
Parselle in his debut gave a superb MOM performance against Wolves in the League cup despite loosing 2-1.
Parselle was superb against the 2 Wolves strikers on the night.
Afobe 22 goals in 46 appearances before £10 million transfer to Bournemouth
Dicko 31 goals in 94 appearances now with Vitesse in Holland
Not division 2 players.
Butcher was manager and Boden put us in the lead.

Look what happened. Flynny arrived never played him all season and let him go.

Something went wrong there.

Sheridan feeney and westley all had a go before Flynn arrived so whatever happened was noticed long before
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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Corpaboy » February 11th, 2020, 11:20 pm

phil crump wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:Found it.
Parselle in his debut gave a superb MOM performance against Wolves in the League cup despite loosing 2-1.
Parselle was superb against the 2 Wolves strikers on the night.
Afobe 22 goals in 46 appearances before £10 million transfer to Bournemouth
Dicko 31 goals in 94 appearances now with Vitesse in Holland
Not division 2 players.
Butcher was manager and Boden put us in the lead.

Look what happened. Flynny arrived never played him all season and let him go.

Something went wrong there.

Sheridan feeney and westley all had a go before Flynn arrived so whatever happened was noticed long before


But Westley “had all the ingredients and knew how to win football matches” ???
Just look at how well Stevenage are doing again since he was called up for another term ....
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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Frank Nouble 3 » February 11th, 2020, 11:29 pm

phil crump wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:Found it.
Parselle in his debut gave a superb MOM performance against Wolves in the League cup despite loosing 2-1.
Parselle was superb against the 2 Wolves strikers on the night.
Afobe 22 goals in 46 appearances before £10 million transfer to Bournemouth
Dicko 31 goals in 94 appearances now with Vitesse in Holland
Not division 2 players.
Butcher was manager and Boden put us in the lead.

Look what happened. Flynny arrived never played him all season and let him go.

Something went wrong there.

Sheridan feeney and westley all had a go before Flynn arrived so whatever happened was noticed long before

All pretty clueless don't you think.
All rubbish managers.
Flynny just not interested in the Academy
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Percy plunkett

Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Percy plunkett » February 11th, 2020, 11:37 pm

It is strange considering he worked with the academy and he himself got a chance at 17 to play,admittedly at Southern League level.It seems the reason why Byron left was Flynny's lack of interest in the academy.We have three who aren't world beaters but have something to offer.We will see what free agents are available,he might have to try them and might get a pleasant surprise.
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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby Spiderman » February 12th, 2020, 12:40 am

Percy plunkett wrote:It is strange considering he worked with the academy and he himself got a chance at 17 to play,admittedly at Southern League level.It seems the reason why Byron left was Flynny's lack of interest in the academy.We have three who aren't world beaters but have something to offer.We will see what free agents are available,he might have to try them and might get a pleasant surprise.


Ha ha ha ha ha ha
So you’re criticising Flynn for sending the 17 year old kids out on loan to compete at the same level he was blooded at?

Is this the same Flynn that brought Arron Collins back to the club from MacDonalds, brought Poole back on loan and recommended Lee Evans to Edinburgh?

Just out of interest, what players of Byrons did Flynn show little interest in and where are they now?
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Re: Well thats the end of that in the league.

Postby phil crump » February 12th, 2020, 12:47 am

Frank Nouble 3 wrote:
phil crump wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:Found it.
Parselle in his debut gave a superb MOM performance against Wolves in the League cup despite loosing 2-1.
Parselle was superb against the 2 Wolves strikers on the night.
Afobe 22 goals in 46 appearances before £10 million transfer to Bournemouth
Dicko 31 goals in 94 appearances now with Vitesse in Holland
Not division 2 players.
Butcher was manager and Boden put us in the lead.

Look what happened. Flynny arrived never played him all season and let him go.

Something went wrong there.

Sheridan feeney and westley all had a go before Flynn arrived so whatever happened was noticed long before

All pretty clueless don't you think.
All rubbish managers.
Flynny just not interested in the Academy

can,t disagree with their managerial records while in charge,my only real point regarding our academy players and is probably the same with most clubs at this level is you truly have to be head and shoulders above and consistently stand out to make the breakthrough.yeh keiran had mom on his debut but you have to put that level of performance in every day in training and reserve games against your peers and players whose position you want in the match day squad and if you don't constantly stand out in that envoirament chances are you wont on regular basis when the pressure is really on for points promotion\survival in front of hostile crowds home and away.i,m not suggesting for 1 minute none of our academy lads couldn't make the grade or don't deserve a chance but reality is there are probably thousands of young kids in the same position.but I do agree that there is an opportunity to blood a few properly with a run of games later in the season.
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