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 on: Today at 01:13:39 PM 
Started by Silent but Ledley - Last post by Matt Taylor
And while we are on it, I think it would be worth the original poster remembering this is an Altrincham FC forum. Casual use of the Y-word may be accepted as common language and considered non-offensive (by some) in North London football circles. However, the connotations are quite different in North Cheshire market towns (particularly those with relatively large Jewish populations), and it would be worth bearing that in mind when posting in future. It's not like the constant references to Spurs has any relevance to what's going on at Alty anyway.


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 on: Today at 12:33:00 PM 
Started by Mallorca Alty - Last post by Mallorca Alty
Cheshire Women's League Division 2 results 15th October

Earlestown Ath P-P Macc Town
Sale Utd 3 Alty Dev 3
Stockport County HNR 0 Chester City 1

Table           
                              P  Pts  GD
1   AFC Stockport      5  10  18
2   Earlestown Ath     4  10   8
3   Alty Dev              5    7   2
4   Chester City         4   7   1
5   Sale Utd              5   5   -3
6   Stockport Co HNR 6   4   -1
7   Macc Town           3   0   -25

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 on: Today at 12:24:27 PM 
Started by Mallorca Alty - Last post by Mallorca Alty
NWWFL Division 1 South Results 15th October

Alty 9 City of Liverpool 0
FC Utd 4 Stockport County Blues 0
Northwich Vixens 2 Crewe Alex Dev 1
Warrington Wolverines 2 Curzon Ashton 6

Manchester FA Women's Cup 2nd Round

West Didsbury and Chorlton 10 Didsbury Juniors 1

NWWFL Division 1 South Table

                                 P  Pts  GD
1  FC Utd                    4  12  47
2  Curzon Ashton         5   11  23 *4pts deducted
3  Liverpool M Feds res 6  10  -9
4  Crewe Alex Dev       7   7  -12
5  West Dids and Chor  2   6  7
6  Alty                        5   6   4
7  Stockport Co Blues   4   6   1
8  Warrington Wolver    4   6   0
9  Northwich Vixens     6   6   -18
10 City of Liverpool       7  0   -43

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 on: Today at 11:36:55 AM 
Started by Silent but Ledley - Last post by Matt Taylor
Sticking with on-the-pitch matters, I think SBL is about right with "so far so good".
However, while the signs look encouraging, the football is pleasant on the eye (at home at least), and it's hard not to get excited, the boundaries of 'success' and 'failure' are so clearly defined this season that it could perhaps be considered somewhat unnecessary to pass judgement so early.

Not being top at this stage would bother me a lot more than us being top does. But, cup disappointment at both Abbey Hey and Shildon aside, you can't do much more than actually be top of the league you are playing in (even if it is par for the course) so it would have to be marked off as a positive start for Parkinson.



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 on: Today at 11:27:27 AM 
Started by Silent but Ledley - Last post by HashtagAlty
As said above we'll know more after Shaw Lane and Warrington away.

Off the pitch, we are still problematic. And just a reminder those off the pitch have nothing to do with what's going on the pitch, according to our Chairman.

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 on: Today at 11:15:24 AM 
Started by Silent but Ledley - Last post by One Foot in the Grave
Indeed, we're in pretty good shape on the pitch. Pity about the state of things off it.

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 on: Today at 11:13:19 AM 
Started by The Thriving Jezza - Last post by One Foot in the Grave


What's wrong with Hannigan now?...
Got kicked just before half time Saturday. Tried to start second half but was in obvious discomfort.

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 on: Today at 10:37:02 AM 
Started by DT - Last post by DT
Offer now closed thanks for the overwhelming response  Grin

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 on: Today at 10:33:42 AM 
Started by Silent but Ledley - Last post by JTH
Given that following the first week of the season the team has earned 32 from a possible 39 points I'd say I'm more than satisfied. I think it's fair to say those first initial fixtures, including the cup games, can be put down to the squad getting used to eachother and the style of play etc., although the biggest headscratcher was Shildon coming as it did a week after a real battle at Barwell. As well as currently being first, we're the league's top scorers, have the best goal difference and most encouragingly since shipping 5 at Workington, have conceded 2 goals in the following 8 games.

Clearly in the coming weeks once we've played Stourbridge, Shaw Lane and Warrington we'll have a better idea of the team's resilience, together with the inevitable muddy pitches not suited to the passing game we've seen thus far - do we have a plan B? All that said and Shildon aside, you'd have to be a professional curmudgeon not to be impressed with the football the team is serving up and to see how they clearly enjoy playing it.

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 on: Today at 09:53:20 AM 
Started by Brian Flynn - Last post by Brian Flynn
Radio Robins, sponsored by 'Ashley Mowers Garden Machinery', is providing full live commentary of tonight's game.

The commentators are Paul Salt & Alex Sarwar & the match summariser is Dave Stringer.
 
Coverage starts at 7.25pm with the game kicking off at 7.45pm.

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