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Re: Grand Total (up till now)

By joetowny (Joe)22/1 10:59Tue Jan 22 10:59:49 2019In response to Re: Grand Total (up till now)

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this club has been in a bigger shambles in the past
its gone bust on two occasions since the resumption after second war for starters
and once before that when it became town pre war
also you dont have to go back too far in history to recall some shambolic times on and off the pitch.
playing clubs that as far as im concerned were absolute nobodies, which people have mentioned on here in the past.
of course if your a relatively young person then yes you could well be right in your comments
even in the fifties we were playing in a regional league and whilst some of the clubs were ok many were based on colliery sides. ie little more than glorified Griff's ( no insult intended )
there was a northern league and a southern league which contained most of the big non league clubs
before the non league game was re-organised there were exceptions of course as there is normally on any given subject
Peter'boro United probably being the biggest one think they came out of the then midland league ( from memory that is ) to get elected into the league
then came the inception of automatic promotion which has transformed the non league game out of all proportion
and made it the breeding ground of wannabe money men
times have changed the town has changed the people have changed
many have no affinity towards the town.
hence how do yoy get them on board
but i agree 100pc with your bottom line, anything rather than no club.
cheers Joe.

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