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Re: Ex Players

by Pepe the Horseman » 06 Apr 2021 10:46

Sutekh Current Bracknell first team coach Lea Barkus has been named as temporary manager of Sandhurst until then end of the season at which point he’ll return to duty at Bracknell.

Would love to see him back here as manager one day.

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Re: Ex Players

by Simmops » 13 Apr 2021 09:21

Legend Dave Kitson is Arlesly fc chairman

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Re: Ex Players

by Fox Talbot » 25 Apr 2021 19:46

McNulty 2, Ryan Edwards as Dundee U win cup semi 3-0, all goals from ex-players.

cue, well, it is Sco ....

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by Orion1871 » 25 Apr 2021 19:58

Fox Talbot McNulty 2, Ryan Edwards as Dundee U win cup semi 3-0, all goals from ex-players.

cue, well, it is Sco ....


It is Scotland.

But it's not that Ryan Edwards.

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Re: Ex Players

by Sutekh » 27 Apr 2021 16:52

Orion1871
Fox Talbot McNulty 2, Ryan Edwards as Dundee U win cup semi 3-0, all goals from ex-players.

cue, well, it is Sco ....


It is Scotland.

But it's not that Ryan Edwards.


Yes that Ryan Edwards now plays for Burton Albion.


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Re: Ex Players

by Mid Sussex Royal » 27 Apr 2021 18:04

McNulty is not an ex player

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Re: Ex Players

by karbota » 28 Apr 2021 08:46

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Pleased for him.


+1


And he's the first outfield player to teach that mark?

Impressive!

Many congrats to him.


Agree, he should still be playing for Reading FC.

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by Orion1871 » 28 Apr 2021 16:38

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Re: Ex Players

by SouthDownsRoyal » 29 Apr 2021 09:58

Mid Sussex Royal unfortunately McNulty is not an ex player


Corrected for you.


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Re: Ex Players

by morganb » 05 May 2021 11:52

Danny Williams has confirmed that he has retired from football.

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by Hendo » 05 May 2021 12:14

Thought he was a very important player for us and we certainly missed him when he left.

Scored a worldy goal at home against a team I can't quite remember (Charlton?).

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by Snowball » 05 May 2021 12:16

morganb Danny Williams has confirmed that he has retired from football.



Omar Richards and JOAO beat him to it.

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Re: Ex Players

by URZZZZ » 05 May 2021 12:16

morganb Danny Williams has confirmed that he has retired from football.


Only just turned 32 a couple of months back - so relatively young still for a footballer. Like a fair few of our former players, he’s done very little since leaving

That’s a fair few from Stam’s team that have retired now - only 4 years ago and I can’t imagine McShane will be far behind now


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Re: Ex Players

by URZZZZ » 05 May 2021 12:18

Hendo Thought he was a very important player for us and we certainly missed him when he left.

Scored a worldy goal at home against a team I can't quite remember (Charlton?).


Blackburn - Brian’s first game back in his second spell

Williams was OK - didn’t think he was as good as people thought and he didn’t work well with Norwood at all (with Norwood being the better player) so it always a conundrum there. Although much improved under Stam as he was one of a few players who tried to force the initiative with the ball

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Re: Ex Players

by John Smith » 07 May 2021 17:11

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Hendo Thought he was a very important player for us and we certainly missed him when he left.

Scored a worldy goal at home against a team I can't quite remember (Charlton?).


Blackburn - Brian’s first game back in his second spell

Williams was OK - didn’t think he was as good as people thought and he didn’t work well with Norwood at all (with Norwood being the better player) so it always a conundrum there. Although much improved under Stam as he was one of a few players who tried to force the initiative with the ball

Wrong. Williams is definitely in the top 10 best players in the club's history.

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Re: Ex Players

by Taffster » 07 May 2021 17:22

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Hendo Thought he was a very important player for us and we certainly missed him when he left.

Scored a worldy goal at home against a team I can't quite remember (Charlton?).


Blackburn - Brian’s first game back in his second spell

Williams was OK - didn’t think he was as good as people thought and he didn’t work well with Norwood at all (with Norwood being the better player) so it always a conundrum there. Although much improved under Stam as he was one of a few players who tried to force the initiative with the ball

Wrong. Williams is definitely in the top 10 best players in the club's history.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

No chance,

Olise, Sig, Sidwell, Shorey, Kitson, Long, Mccarthy, doyle carrico, kebe, roberts, harte. That's 12 players with out breaking a sweat who are better.
Williams a classic case over being better in hindsight, he was a good player on his day but as with more of our players over the last 15 years he was not very consistent and was really bad on some days,

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Re: Ex Players

by Mid Sussex Royal » 07 May 2021 17:37

Williams was on a big money 4 year deal and aside from the Stam season when was very good he was injured most of the time

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Re: Ex Players

by Jackson Corner » 07 May 2021 22:44

Well sometimes you don’t realise how crucial players are until they’ve left. In the case of Danny Williams he was outstanding during our play-off campaign. Following season we soon slumped to the bottom of the league and Stam Was sacked, even at the play-off final shed tears after losing the game which whatever way you look at it, At the very least it shows he cared about the club and the relationship he had with the fans.

You can’t blame him for joining Huddersfield a chance to play in the Premier League and more money. At the age of 32 I find it strange That he has retired from football unless the injuries have caught up with him. I wish him a happy retirement and every success in what he does.

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Re: Ex Players

by Simmops » 08 May 2021 06:34

Jackson Corner Well sometimes you don’t realise how crucial players are until they’ve left. In the case of Danny Williams he was outstanding during our play-off campaign. Following season we soon slumped to the bottom of the league and Stam Was sacked, even at the play-off final shed tears after losing the game which whatever way you look at it, At the very least it shows he cared about the club and the relationship he had with the fans.

You can’t blame him for joining Huddersfield a chance to play in the Premier League and more money. At the age of 32 I find it strange That he has retired from football unless the injuries have caught up with him. I wish him a happy retirement and every success in what he does.


He has a successful clothing line so he'll be OK

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Re: Ex Players

by Snowflake Royal » 08 May 2021 11:08

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Hendo Thought he was a very important player for us and we certainly missed him when he left.

Scored a worldy goal at home against a team I can't quite remember (Charlton?).


Blackburn - Brian’s first game back in his second spell

Williams was OK - didn’t think he was as good as people thought and he didn’t work well with Norwood at all (with Norwood being the better player) so it always a conundrum there. Although much improved under Stam as he was one of a few players who tried to force the initiative with the ball

Wrong. Williams is definitely in the top 10 best players in the club's history.

Only if both our PL promotion sides never existed.

He might make top 10 defenders... but it would be tough competition

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