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 Post subject: Terriers 2-1 Shildon
PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:27 pm 
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An excellent win for the lads today, even though a draw would probably have been fairer, but hey, who cares!

Lee Hamilton scored with a rare footed goal and Alex Benjamin won it at the end with an excellent finish.

It was a shame to see such another hoplessly poor referee officiate in this league, he truly was awful and spoilt what should of been a good game with too much whistle blowing and players seemingly getting booked for farting on the field of play. He truly didn't have a clue and quite how 7 players got booked in that game is beyond me - Mr S Clayton should hang his whislte up and get fast tracked to Tescos on a Saturday afternoon and do us all a favour. Also - ten minutes of injury time in the second half with no major stoppages shows he also does not deserve the whislte. It also speaks volumes that it was the officials who had caused the game to get a bit of needle towards the end and it was both sets of fans disgruntled with him at the final whistle

Great win, shame about the officials.

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 Post subject: Re: Terriers 2-1 Shildon
PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 7:31 pm 
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neil wrote:
It was a shame to see such another hoplessly poor referee officiate in this league, he truly was awful and spoilt what should of been a good game with too much whistle blowing and players seemingly getting booked for farting on the field of play. He truly didn't have a clue and quite how 7 players got booked in that game is beyond me - he should hang his whislte up and get fast tracked to Tescos on a Saturday afternoon and do us all a favour. Also - ten minutes of injury time in the second half with no major stoppages shows he also does not deserve the whislte. It also speaks volumes that it was the officials who had caused the game to get a bit of needle towards the end and it was both sets of fans disgruntled with him at the final whistle

Great win, shame about the officials.


It was exactly the same at Northallerton. One bloke got booked for flapping his arm at the sky in frustration. AND another got booked for an unintentional backpass. Shame that it seems to happen everywhere.

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first shildon game seen for ages as been watching spenny, ref was a joke, both disallowed goals were perfectly fine, and it was a penalty on tyson masters no doubt, bookings were not needed as not a bad tackle all game and how he found the amount of inj time i agree was amazing. seen bedlington twice in two weeks and certainly going in right direction although i felt shildon were much the better team today


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Whilst Shildon had more of the possession, we were the better team in the first half and in the second they struggled to create much in front of goal. Can't really comment on the disallowed goals, other than the officials were quick with their decisions, I haven't mentioned the second in my report as the whistle had gone long before the ball went in the net. We finished the stronger of the two sides and the Shildon back four looked very dodgy on more than one occassion, I think if we had had Marshall on for the whole game we would of created more chances and certainly put a few of them away.

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neil, you are a bedlington fan and would expect you to review on a bias but firstly shildon dominated the first half and the second, also you got the winner on the break as they pressed for a winner, i agree that apart from the disallowed goals they only created 3 or 4 proper chances despite the amount if possesion, as said before the bedlington team is much improved and you should be mid table but please dont try and say that shildon did not deserve to win, last week at spenny you deserved the 3 points with out a doubt despite what the spenny fans claim


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 Post subject: Clown
PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 1:54 am 
Ref was a clown for both teams..
but what is the deal with u clubhouse..
2 settees and one boy so drunk on it thought he was a duck..
quacking...
like my mate says get them freaks a rollling..
and there was one boy who spoke in tongues..
whats the deal with one toilet as well.
and that portakin is a disgrace..
u need lock and toilet paper..


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last week at spenny you deserved the 3 points with out a doubt despite what the spenny fans claim


:lol: :lol: :lol:
What game were you at? :roll:
Ask Terrierdave who deserved the win or even better, read his match report on the BTFC official site.

Well done Terriers, Gerrr In :P

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SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER BEDLINGTON TERRIERS 2-1 SHILDON

TEAM: ALLEN, COWAN, ANKERS, MASON, CLARKE, HOWATH, MOORE, RAITT, EMSON, NIVEN, EVERITT, GREDZIAK, MASTERS, GRAYSON, CLOUGH.

After the disappointment of losing at Chester Le Street the previous game it was crucial that Shildon got back on the right tracks at Bedlington. Manager Gary Forrest changed the side around with the emphasis on attack, this almost backfired in the first minute when The Terriers almost took the lead. Dion Raitt had a well struck free kick blocked in the 5th minute as Shildon pushed forward, with the referee seeming to stop the game for anything and everything it looked like it was going to be a frustrating day for both sides. Bedlington took the lead in the 11th minute when Andrew Allen flapped at the ball in the Shildon goal, Lee Hamilton made no mistake and slotted the ball home to put the Terriers ahead . Both sides were becoming more and more annoyed at the Referee who was starting to lose control of a game which did not warrant his card happy approach. In the rare passages of play in which the referee did not disrupt it was Shildon who pushed for an equaliser, in the 21st minute captain Daniel Moore powered a great header in the back of the net only for the referee, true to form, to disallow it. Players were beginning to become increasingly annoyed when they found themselves being booked for minor incidents which most decent referees would have dealt with using common sense, something this man in the middle was sadly lacking. Shildon finished the half with couple of chances from Raitt and Moore but in all honestly it was not the football was the main talking point of the first half.

HALF TIME SHILDON 0-1 BEDLINGTON TERRIERS

Hopes for a better second half were short lived when the referee seemed to carry on as he had left off in the first half. Andrew Allen made a solid save in the 47th minute as The Terriers pushed for a second; the game was getting out of hand at this stage, players where being booked for good honest 50/50 tackles whilst more cynical challenges were going unpunished. Finally Shildon had something to shout about when Gary Ankers levelled with a superb header which the eagle eyed linesman had spotted had crossed the line. Stuart Niven was unlucky in the 60th minute when his quick thinking effort just looped over the bar. Adam Emson scored perfectly good goal in the 77th minute which again was ruled out by the referee who was the only person in the ground who had seen something wrong with it. Wayne Gredziak and Tyson Masters were brought off the bench as Shildon searched for a winning goal , in the 82nd minute Masters was hauled to the ground in the penalty area for what looked like a clear cut penalty, but as ever the inept referee ruled otherwise. Shildon`s torrid day got worse in the 87th when in only their second attack of the half Bedlington took the lead through Alex Benjamin. Tyson Masters had a weak header easily saved in injury time but it was too late as the referee blew for full time, one of the few decisions he got right all day. A very frustrating day all round for everyone concerned at both clubs , what could have been a cracking game of football was spoiled completely by a referee who showed a total lack of common sense throughout the game. Players and supporters of football must sometimes wonder why they go to all the trouble and effort only for poor officials to spoil what is regarded as the beautiful game.

Report from the Shildon website :lol: Thought you weren't allowed to be this critical of the referees on reports :lol: Does sound like a shocking performance by the ref by all accounts though

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 2:20 pm 
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non league scout wrote:
neil, you are a bedlington fan and would expect you to review on a bias but firstly shildon dominated the first half and the second, also you got the winner on the break as they pressed for a winner, i agree that apart from the disallowed goals they only created 3 or 4 proper chances despite the amount if possesion, as said before the bedlington team is much improved and you should be mid table but please dont try and say that shildon did not deserve to win, last week at spenny you deserved the 3 points with out a doubt despite what the spenny fans claim


Just beacuse a team had more possession it does not mean they were the better side, granted we didn't create much (like Shildon), but with having more of the ball yet creating very little, Shildon only have themselves to blame that they didn't win. Your defence looked very edgy whenever we went forward and had we not been forced to take off our main creative player early on, then perhaps it would have been a different game, certainly we didn't create as much after Marshall went off.

The Shildon fans are moaning about the disallowed goals, lets not forget that Benjamin had the ball in the net which was disallowed in the first half for something only the ref saw.

We have drawn/lost far too many games that we deserved to get something from, so please forgive my lack of sympathy for Shildon that they got bugger all from this game.

The simple facts are, we deserved to win cos we put the ball in the net more times than Shildon. Fact.

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 Post subject: Re: Clown
PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 2:31 pm 
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dellwood wrote:
Ref was a clown for both teams..
but what is the deal with u clubhouse..
2 settees and one boy so drunk on it thought he was a duck..
quacking...
like my mate says get them freaks a rollling..
and there was one boy who spoke in tongues..
whats the deal with one toilet as well.
and that portakin is a disgrace..
u need lock and toilet paper..


Ahhh, our good friend dellwood arrives to stir things up once again, having a go at the clubhouse now? We have one of the best clubhouses in the league, newly refurbished and it does a decent trade and not only on match days. Didn't see duck boy so can't comment, but if he was that bad, surely I would of seen/heard him and resta ssured if he had been a nuisance he would have been dealt with?

Agreed about the toilets, its something we are trying to get the council to rectify and its an ongoing issue, lets not forget the progress that has been made by the club in the last year or so. We nearly went out of existence have you not forgotten and things are being done as quickly as possible. You don't hear us going to grounds and then slagging them off cos we lost (and we lost a lot last season!!!), it wasn't too long ago Shildon had a brick wall as a toilet, short memories or what?

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Good to see the Welfare Park bogs are still as rich a source of debate as they are of curious diseases.


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neil but the fact is you never had the ball in the net more times than shildon,


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I think you'll find that according to the referees report and the final score, we did.

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Referee was rubbish - how he found justifucation to book seven players (or was if 'just' six?) I'll never know.

Where he found ten minutes to add on at the end of the game will remain a mystery as well.

We were poor, especially in the second half, but as already stated we have lost many games when we have been the better team (like Benfield recently) so it's about time we got the right result.

And non league scout - I take your 'neutral' opinion with the pinch of salt it deserves! :wink:

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 Post subject: Shildon
PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 7:45 pm 
hey loydy twin brother boy..
u aint no right to post report from shildon website..
just cos u never had bottle to call a spade a spade..
get back to WA with your monkey on the gate


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