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 Post subject: Newton Aycliffe V Billingham Town
PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2012 7:51 pm 
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Hi

Here are the goals from the match today, Newton Aycliffe 0 Billingham Town 8

http://www.northernleaguefootball.co.uk ... f-them-8-0

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 Post subject: Re: Newton Aycliffe V Billingham Town
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How come there's not link to AycliffeToday? 8)

Great highlights Hayley, as ever well done.

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The Aycliffe keeper had a mare it seems!

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I'm sorry but that was atrocious from start to finnish,I think I could have got eleven from work and beaten them today ( and most of us are over forty ) most of the goals were home mistakes ...

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SyMpOsIuM wrote:
The Aycliffe keeper had a mare it seems!


I'm glad the fat get turned us down!

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TheRealQuakerz wrote:
SyMpOsIuM wrote:
The Aycliffe keeper had a mare it seems!


I'm glad the fat get turned us down!



Only you could get away with saying that :wink:

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Wow! Don't like criticising but that's a poor performance from the keeper.

Only seen one come close to that and that was Paul Bennett for Hebburn away to Thornaby about 6/7 year ago. Conceded one from inside the oppositions half....


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[quote="TheRealQuakerz"]I'm glad the fat get turned us down![/quote

I'm confused, Martin never asked me! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Newton Aycliffe V Billingham Town
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howay !the lads confidence is already shot to pieces ,and then insults :roll: .

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Actually, 2 keepers had a mare?


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Actually, 2 keepers had a mare?


He's not THAT fat.

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Scott aint fat at all, we taking about the same lad?

It was a shocking display all round today.


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 Post subject: Re: Newton Aycliffe V Billingham Town
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Haven't been on here much in the last couple of weeks & haven't wanted to post either.

But I feel that this is the topic for me to comment on, haven't viewed the goals yet (I will do later). As a keeper who has made mistakes (plenty) and by the way which keeper hasn't and also as someone who has recieved criticism on here (Justified or not) I feel to slate the keeper for Aycliffe, is well shall we say in simple terms uncalled for!

At the end of the day we are all human we all make mistakes and bad choices, but ulimately we don't go out there to play badly.

Lighten up guys it's the NL it's a hobby to us that play, we do it cause we love it (as the fans do, I appreciate that).

Finally chin up to whoever was in goal for Aycliffe today, don't let the knockers get you down!

Sure you'll prove your knockers wrong sometime soon!


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TheRealQuakerz wrote:
He's not THAT fat.


I'm cuddly, not fat! :evil:

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B.F.G wrote:
Haven't been on here much in the last couple of weeks & haven't wanted to post either.

But I feel that this is the topic for me to comment on, haven't viewed the goals yet (I will do later). As a keeper who has made mistakes (plenty) and by the way which keeper hasn't and also as someone who has recieved criticism on here (Justified or not) I feel to slate the keeper for Aycliffe, is well shall we say in simple terms uncalled for!

At the end of the day we are all human we all make mistakes and bad choices, but ulimately we don't go out there to play badly.

Lighten up guys it's the NL it's a hobby to us that play, we do it cause we love it (as the fans do, I appreciate that).

Finally chin up to whoever was in goal for Aycliffe today, don't let the knockers get you down!

Sure you'll prove your knockers wrong sometime soon!



Very true. Lets face it, if players in the NL didnt make mistakes, they'd be playing at a higher level if they chose too. Unfortunately on this occasion it was a bad day at the office for the keeper but i'm sure he'll move on from it and play a blinder next week, just as long as its not against us!

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