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2010-11 5ths vs Mill Village I
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Posted: 27 September 2010 at 9:22am | IP Logged  

Mill Hill sh*t Pitch Village   V    Old I's 5's
score: 7-1 our scorer... Mr I WEAR AN ENGLAND SHIRT TO THE OLD I'S (Ryan Ford) ...TOSSER

We arrived at the cow shed only moments after the local farmer had taken out the livestock that live in the shed - i mean changing rooms. With a new look team we can only hope of a new look win. Our oppo are a 1st team who last year was two or three leagues above us but managed to drop so many leagues so they have a chance of at least four or five of them wanting to stay at their own cow shed and socialise after the game IF THEY WIN AGAINST LOWER LEAGUE TEAMS. Rant over.

As it was my first game (that i watched) please forgive me for not naming the lads as i can only name three or four but time will change that, trust me it will..............Mr I WEAR AN ENGLAND SHIRT TO THE OLD I'S...TOSSER. An incident that WONT be repeated. With one player a no show or no contact we was fortunate to pull in a player accustomed to playing at fifth team level in PAUL GALLAGHER,    a player to whom we hope to see a lot of this

Our goalie was unable to see the other end of the pitch (not due to drink as he is a tart) as his goal was at the bottom of one hill and the half way line at the top and the other end at the bottom of another hill. We lost the game 7-1 and it should of been a lot more but for some shocking striking from our oppo and numerous great saves from our keeper. The game of football is a learning process and we can learn from this week loads........

Team spirit was great considering the score and on the pitch the lads didn't give up until the final whistle. To which i commend them for. WELL DONE LADS. The game itself was played by both teams in great spirit and i don't really remember a dirty foul in the game,(mind you i wasn't on the pitch). I think what sums up today was what the ref said to DVD at the end of the game. "Can i have 5 for a tenner. Oh and your team are 100% A GREAT BUNCH OF LADS  and great sportsmen". So off we went to our clubhouse as a team with a minus 6 goal ratio and DVD having sold 10 discs. I hope the ref thinks they are "good copy good copy". A BIT OF A SHAME THAT WHEN WE ARRIVED  BACK AT OUR CLUB THERE WAS ONLY TWO PEOPLE THERE. AND NO SELECTION. Lads lets bring back the old team spirit and EVEN WHEN YOU LOSE (sometimes often) COME BACK AND HAVE SOME DRINKS. HOME GAME NEXT WEEK WOOHOOOOOOO. Lets play the game and then go straight home afterwards lool         &n bsp;     

 MOM. Was given to Dave ? not sure of your surmane but it wont be long before i give you a name.

Also a mention to Colum, Paul and Simion who all played well also.



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