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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 4:06 pm 
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What a performance, massive congrats to all concerned.
Roll on Monday evening, pray for a home draw.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 4:58 pm 
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Couldn't agree more! A very good performance. Even before the sending off we were the better team. As you say Janet, fingers crossed for a home draw.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 5:16 pm 
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Fingers crossed for a home televised game. Far more people will be able to see it, plus it means big money coming into the club. We got £75000 in TV rights last year for the game against Oxford.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 5:27 pm 
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Brilliant, tactics spot-on from the management and skill, discipline and a fantastic work-rate from the players. We could have had more but for the woodwork, the nerves weren't tested too much as Jack Smith snuffed out any late chances that made it through to him. Think I'll watch the match again though, in a slightly more relaxed state of mind!

Good match coverage from Wealdstone, knowledgeable, with a home-team bias, but acknowledging the H&Y performance at the same time. Less classy from their manager, castigating the referee in his post-match interview.

So, the draw on BBC2 and BT Sport from 7pm on Monday. Clearly home would be good with a limited number of our fans hopefully allowed in. TV too for the money (talking of which, that Oxford money....). Orient at home please.


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A great team performance today. Full credit to Paul and the crew for being spot on with the tactics.

Wealdstone did not like being squeezed and they couldn't handle our pace as was evident with our second goal.

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the_president wrote:
Fingers crossed for a home televised game. Far more people will be able to see it, plus it means big money coming into the club. We got £75000 in TV rights last year for the game against Oxford.

Did we? Of course we did and it is just a shame that current restrictions mean we cannot enjoy the fantastic bar that was built from the proceeds.

Moving on...

Well done to the team, it was wonderful to witness a brilliant performance and get an away win against a team a few leagues above us. It would have been even better if there had been a few more Hayes fans present to enjoy this great experience.

What made it more pleasurable is that Bunker is a Wealdstone fan. Fortunately he paid me before the game started.

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Fantastic performance, was great to be able to watch the match over here in Canada and enjoy that superb result! Fingers crossed for a decent home time in the next round, preferably a big name that might have a chance of popping up on the Sportsnet FA Cup broadcast schedule...


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Great to know we've reached the first round proper again!


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Well done everyone a great team effort shows the club is moving forward. Lets get Sunderland or Portsmouth at home next round


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Cray Valley Paper Mills at home would be nice; however, knowing our luck, it will be away to an in-form Peterborough.

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JVL wrote:
Fantastic performance, was great to be able to watch the match over here in Canada and enjoy that superb result! Fingers crossed for a decent home time in the next round, preferably a big name that might have a chance of popping up on the Sportsnet FA Cup broadcast schedule...


Hi John, glad you were able to watch and also enjoyed it! When are you visiting old Blighty again?

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Wealdstone got outplayed and outclassed. Superb.

If we do get a TV game against a weak Football League team, and some of those performances are repeated in front of a national audience, the club and some of the players might just do very well out of it.

Okimo flatly could not handle Amartey all game. Omar Rowe forced an error and then punished it. Norville-Williams took ownership of the left side of the field. When they could get down the sides, the back 3 always took control. Jack Smith was oustanding when needed, and Jack Williams arguably won the game.

Nobody had a bad game. Just brilliant.


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Reckon Omar Rowe was the turning point. Plus, of course, the sending off.


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ex spain wrote:
JVL wrote:
Fantastic performance, was great to be able to watch the match over here in Canada and enjoy that superb result! Fingers crossed for a decent home time in the next round, preferably a big name that might have a chance of popping up on the Sportsnet FA Cup broadcast schedule...


Hi John, glad you were able to watch and also enjoyed it! When are you visiting old Blighty again?


That's the million-dollar question... Got flights booked to Germany in March but no idea if that'll even happen - but fingers crossed will be able to get back for a promotion party next year sometime, hopefully :thumbup:


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