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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Aldershot were dumped out of the FA Cup tonight 2-1 at home. Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 11:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lost at home to Shortbread.Oh dear.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 11:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have just researched a little on Shortwood Utd fc as I,a bit of a non league anorak know little about them.
I note that they are from the picturesque village of Nailsworth,Gloucestershire.
Yep,that same Nailsworth of Forest Green Rovers fame.
So let's get this right,Aldershot have just lost,at home ,to a village side.....that are not even the biggest side in their own village!
That's bad isn't it.

Edit Nailsworth is a town,strictly but hey, it's smaller than Ifield!!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 11:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That would be why they delay picking the TV games.

Shortwood v Port Vale - is that a difference of 5 divisions?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 11:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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That would be why they delay picking the TV games.

Shortwood v Port Vale - is that a difference of 5 divisions?

Yep five divisions as they are Southern league south & west.That puts them on par with Three Bridges.
It really is some story.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 11:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Armchairfan wrote:
I have just researched a little on Shortwood Utd fc as I,a bit of a non league anorak know little about them.
I note that they are from the picturesque village of Nailsworth,Gloucestershire.
Yep,that same Nailsworth of Forest Green Rovers fame.
So let's get this right,Aldershot have just lost,at home ,to a village side.....that are not even the biggest side in their own village!
That's bad isn't it.

Edit Nailsworth is a town,strictly but hey, it's smaller than Ifield!!


That Fred West lookylikey is onto a winner next to FGR ground letting people park there on matchday...
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 12:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Astral Voyager wrote:
Armchairfan wrote:
I have just researched a little on Shortwood Utd fc as I,a bit of a non league anorak know little about them.
I note that they are from the picturesque village of Nailsworth,Gloucestershire.
Yep,that same Nailsworth of Forest Green Rovers fame.
So let's get this right,Aldershot have just lost,at home ,to a village side.....that are not even the biggest side in their own village!
That's bad isn't it.

Edit Nailsworth is a town,strictly but hey, it's smaller than Ifield!!


That Fred West lookylikey is onto a winner next to FGR ground letting people park there on matchday...

They have a new ground now AV!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

All our yesterdays... I think the guy's name was Joe O Connor... big strong (proper strong) quick forward for Hednesford... built like an outside toilet... I reckon Vessey will remember him...(?)
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 1:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tough luck on Aldershot. They could have done with the money from a cup run.

I seem to recall the last time we played Hednesford was the season we were promoted from the Southern premier. Again, from memory, Kevin Francis was upfront for them at that time (6:8ish, played for Birmingham). Joe O'Connor had already left. I think that was also the season they won the FA Trophy and were relegated from the Southern Premier.

Ready to be shot down on this though.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 2:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jim Baker wrote:
Tough luck on Aldershot. They could have done with the money from a cup run.

I seem to recall the last time we played Hednesford was the season we were promoted from the Southern premier. Again, from memory, Kevin Francis was upfront for them at that time (6:8ish, played for Birmingham). Joe O'Connor had already left. I think that was also the season they won the FA Trophy and were relegated from the Southern Premier.

Ready to be shot down on this though.

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Hednesford at home at Town Mead was one of my first games I went to without parental accompaniment. Remember we bagged an injury-time winner at the fire station end in a 2-1 win. I'm tempted to say 93/94. Perhaps JB can enlighten me as to the goalscorer... short hair, blond.

Pretty certain Hednesford finished mid-table that year (I want to say 12th), yet won the league the following season.

That could well be wrong but I can't be arsed to check it.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 2:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

James wrote:
Jim Baker wrote:
Tough luck on Aldershot. They could have done with the money from a cup run.

I seem to recall the last time we played Hednesford was the season we were promoted from the Southern premier. Again, from memory, Kevin Francis was upfront for them at that time (6:8ish, played for Birmingham). Joe O'Connor had already left. I think that was also the season they won the FA Trophy and were relegated from the Southern Premier.

Ready to be shot down on this though.

Jim Baker


Hednesford at home at Town Mead was one of my first games I went to without parental accompaniment. Remember we bagged an injury-time winner at the fire station end in a 2-1 win. I'm tempted to say 93/94. Perhaps JB can enlighten me as to the goalscorer... short hair, blond.

Pretty certain Hednesford finished mid-table that year (I want to say 12th), yet won the league the following season.

That could well be wrong but I can't be arsed to check it.


12th December 1992, 2-1 Mickey Turner, Paul Wooler, Att 666 ( headbang angryfire ), Hednesford finished 4th.

5 Mar 1994, 3-1, Steve Payne (2), Jimmy Dack, att 795

94/95 they won the league.

HTH Wink

Of more amusement is that you weren't allowed out on your own to football until you were about 18 Laughing Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 3:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Of more amusement is that you weren't allowed out on your own to football until you were about 18 Laughing Laughing

Perhaps that is more of a reflection on the type of person he was likely to encounter & associate with at matches.... blackeye
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 3:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ian wrote:
James wrote:
Jim Baker wrote:
Tough luck on Aldershot. They could have done with the money from a cup run.

I seem to recall the last time we played Hednesford was the season we were promoted from the Southern premier. Again, from memory, Kevin Francis was upfront for them at that time (6:8ish, played for Birmingham). Joe O'Connor had already left. I think that was also the season they won the FA Trophy and were relegated from the Southern Premier.

Ready to be shot down on this though.

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Hednesford at home at Town Mead was one of my first games I went to without parental accompaniment. Remember we bagged an injury-time winner at the fire station end in a 2-1 win. I'm tempted to say 93/94. Perhaps JB can enlighten me as to the goalscorer... short hair, blond.

Pretty certain Hednesford finished mid-table that year (I want to say 12th), yet won the league the following season.

That could well be wrong but I can't be arsed to check it.


12th December 1992, 2-1 Mickey Turner, Paul Wooler, Att 666 ( headbang angryfire ), Hednesford finished 4th.

5 Mar 1994, 3-1, Steve Payne (2), Jimmy Dack, att 795

94/95 they won the league.

HTH Wink

Of more amusement is that you weren't allowed out on your own to football until you were about 18 Laughing Laughing

Ian


Satan was there...he was meeeee...
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 5:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ian wrote:
James wrote:
Jim Baker wrote:
Tough luck on Aldershot. They could have done with the money from a cup run.

I seem to recall the last time we played Hednesford was the season we were promoted from the Southern premier. Again, from memory, Kevin Francis was upfront for them at that time (6:8ish, played for Birmingham). Joe O'Connor had already left. I think that was also the season they won the FA Trophy and were relegated from the Southern Premier.

Ready to be shot down on this though.

Jim Baker


Hednesford at home at Town Mead was one of my first games I went to without parental accompaniment. Remember we bagged an injury-time winner at the fire station end in a 2-1 win. I'm tempted to say 93/94. Perhaps JB can enlighten me as to the goalscorer... short hair, blond.

Pretty certain Hednesford finished mid-table that year (I want to say 12th), yet won the league the following season.

That could well be wrong but I can't be arsed to check it.


12th December 1992, 2-1 Mickey Turner, Paul Wooler, Att 666 ( headbang angryfire ), Hednesford finished 4th.

5 Mar 1994, 3-1, Steve Payne (2), Jimmy Dack, att 795

94/95 they won the league.

HTH Wink

Of more amusement is that you weren't allowed out on your own to football until you were about 18 Laughing Laughing

Ian


Interesting stuff.

Interesting maths too - 1978 to 1992 = 14 years old.

And it's not that I wasn't allowed by myself, but I was always taken along by my grandad before that, so nerrr. (He got put off after getting a ball in the face against Burton - he was never the same after that).

And actually I went to Barnet on my lonesome as well... which was obviously before the Hednesford game.

Popular guy, even back then.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

See those loveable Norbiton dwellers have got the live match on the Friday evening.

http://www.thefa.com/TheFACup/Fixtures
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