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 Post subject: The legend,the man who claps, the goalie and the marine
PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 5:45 pm 
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i refer to messrs paul wooton,kevin nancekiville,rhys wilmot and the bloke from the royal marines.what on earth are our players doing formation dancing for before the second half begins.it is embarrasing!i think derek should look at these four blokes and have words with them.just what do these four chaps do?

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 Post subject: Re: The legend,the man who claps and the marine
PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 5:46 pm 

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Get rid of all 4 of them. All culpable.


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I was looking for the punchline. :twisted:

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:54 am 

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Looked Ridiculous. Too many staff and players around this season who are a complete waste of wages!


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Steve Evans wrote:
i refer to messrs paul wooton,kevin nancekiville and the bloke from the royal marines.what on earth are our players doing formation dancing for before the second half begins.it is embarrasing!i think derek should look at these three blokes and have words with them.just what do these three chaps do?



Well it was about the only time we did have any formation.


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 Post subject: Re: The legend,the man who claps and the marine
PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:10 am 

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I remember when the bench we running drills at half time and some said it made us look more professional rather than aimlessly kicking the ball around.

Now that extends to a short warm up before the 2nd half and the opinions are it looks embarrassing.

I, for one, saw nothing wrong with it and if it helps then let's keep it up.

If you don't like it there's always another direction to look while it's happening.


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I remember when the bench we running drills at half time and some said it made us look more professional rather than aimlessly kicking the ball around.

Now that extends to a short warm up before the 2nd half and the opinions are it looks embarrassing.

I, for one, saw nothing wrong with it and if it helps then let's keep it up.

If you don't like it there's always another direction to look while it's happening.



A warm up is necessary but do we we really need a bloke directing them how to do it? Are they school kids?


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Willis88 wrote:
I remember when the bench we running drills at half time and some said it made us look more professional rather than aimlessly kicking the ball around.

Now that extends to a short warm up before the 2nd half and the opinions are it looks embarrassing.

I, for one, saw nothing wrong with it and if it helps then let's keep it up.

If you don't like it there's always another direction to look while it's happening.


If it helps? Are you joking? It hardly helping is it!


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 Post subject: Re: The legend,the man who claps and the marine
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Balham_Green wrote:
Willis88 wrote:
I remember when the bench we running drills at half time and some said it made us look more professional rather than aimlessly kicking the ball around.

Now that extends to a short warm up before the 2nd half and the opinions are it looks embarrassing.

I, for one, saw nothing wrong with it and if it helps then let's keep it up.

If you don't like it there's always another direction to look while it's happening.



A warm up is necessary but do we we really need a bloke directing them how to do it? Are they school kids?


I think you'll find every professional sports team has someone directing a warm up.


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Willis88 wrote:
Balham_Green wrote:
Willis88 wrote:
I remember when the bench we running drills at half time and some said it made us look more professional rather than aimlessly kicking the ball around.

Now that extends to a short warm up before the 2nd half and the opinions are it looks embarrassing.

I, for one, saw nothing wrong with it and if it helps then let's keep it up.

If you don't like it there's always another direction to look while it's happening.



A warm up is necessary but do we we really need a bloke directing them how to do it? Are they school kids?


I think you'll find every professional sports team has someone directing a warm up.



Well they should not need one. Just a way of justifying a wasted salary.


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Willis88 wrote:
I remember when the bench we running drills at half time and some said it made us look more professional rather than aimlessly kicking the ball around.

Now that extends to a short warm up before the 2nd half and the opinions are it looks embarrassing.

I, for one, saw nothing wrong with it and if it helps then let's keep it up.

If you don't like it there's always another direction to look while it's happening.

it's not helping that much mate.we are bottom of the league!does this marine bloke work at argyle during the week?

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Balham_Green wrote:
Steve Evans wrote:
i refer to messrs paul wooton,kevin nancekiville and the bloke from the royal marines.what on earth are our players doing formation dancing for before the second half begins.it is embarrasing!i think derek should look at these three blokes and have words with them.just what do these three chaps do?



Well it was about the only time we did have any formation.

:funny: that me me laugh out loud balham.get rid of this marine now and do proper preparation!!!

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