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 on: October 19, 2018, 12:37:00 PM 
Started by Mallorca Alty - Last post by Alty Dave
Tough away game @ West Kirby on the Wirral this week. They are unbeaten thus far. Looking to bounce back but I have key personnel missing this weekend which does not help. All support most welcome.

 42 
 on: October 19, 2018, 09:54:28 AM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by Andrew Flynn
How many will the Robins bring? My guess is 400-450. This ongoing train situation on the Chester-Manchester line on weekends and then the tram being up the spout this weekend too is a proper pain. Suspect that might knock off at least 50-100, just the lack of convenience.


250-300.

 43 
 on: October 19, 2018, 09:37:52 AM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by Sarf London Alty
How many will the Robins bring? My guess is 400-450. This ongoing train situation on the Chester-Manchester line on weekends and then the tram being up the spout this weekend too is a proper pain. Suspect that might knock off at least 50-100, just the lack of convenience.

 44 
 on: October 18, 2018, 07:44:52 PM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by Birkonian
Interestingly they've got a thread going with a poll for who'd they'd like in the next round.

Over the past 3/4 years I've seen us go to EP and afford County far too much respect. It won't be like that with this Alty team, I don't think. Saturday could be anything but I wouldn't be at all surprised if we blew them out of the water. Nothing to fear.

2-2 - Harrop and Hulme.

Exactly this-have we even scored a goal there? Itís basically two mid-table (and I suspect thatís where weíll both finish) sides with a great chance to make the first round proper. Going by our recent performance and goalscoring record I suspect we have more momentum going into this one then they do. I think we can and will shade it, gutted I canít make it.

Tom Hannigan has scored there for Fylde in 15/16.

 45 
 on: October 18, 2018, 07:23:59 PM 
Started by One Foot in the Grave - Last post by anglo alty
just been announced on Midlands Today Bradford on Saturday could be their last home game, very sad

 46 
 on: October 18, 2018, 07:21:43 PM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by anglo alty
Come on boys we can do this

 47 
 on: October 18, 2018, 04:54:14 PM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by Hash
According to the stockport forum they are already voting on who they want in the next round ? is there any point us turning up since they are a super massive club that will obviously beat us .

 48 
 on: October 18, 2018, 04:32:17 PM 
Started by The Thriving Jezza - Last post by cheshire cat
As a real ale tw*t myself, I tend to agree with Mick.

Real ale does depend on getting a good turnover of people drinking it, and people have different reasons for going to different venues.  At a specialist beer  (and pie) bar like Pi, I am quite happy to try something I have never heard of before, if it's not too expensive, but, at a sports club, that's a minority interest, and I would rather have just one beer which people have heard of, will buy, and can feel confident it's reasonably well kept. I might be wrong, but I doubt the groups who hire the CSH away from football drink much, and real ale which is "off" can be awful and you would be better off having that can of Red Stripe from the fridge.

Therefore, not necessarily Wainwright, but a similar beer (subject to any contracts), and maybe even a local one from Dunham, as I know they deal with Trafford Metrovicks rugby union.

A good turnover and someone that knows what they are doing with it. Ideally you want it to sell out on the day because it won't keep from one week to the next.

I don't think Dunham beers is the answer. They have a strange after taste. It could be the water but they are weird unless you go for the stronger ones which manage to mask it. Other local breweries are available though. Mobberley, Stubborn Mule, Bollington, Poynton. Great pint of Pomona Island (Salford) in Pi at the moment if you want to compare with Wainwright's. 

 49 
 on: October 18, 2018, 03:05:17 PM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by Alty Bri
I think that a great game is in prospect. The last time I was at Edgeley Park, we didn't register a single shot on target. I think they might be a bit surprised by us.

 50 
 on: October 18, 2018, 02:47:05 PM 
Started by Mrs Warbouys - Last post by Sarf London Alty
Interestingly they've got a thread going with a poll for who'd they'd like in the next round.

Over the past 3/4 years I've seen us go to EP and afford County far too much respect. It won't be like that with this Alty team, I don't think. Saturday could be anything but I wouldn't be at all surprised if we blew them out of the water. Nothing to fear.

2-2 - Harrop and Hulme.

Exactly this-have we even scored a goal there? Itís basically two mid-table (and I suspect thatís where weíll both finish) sides with a great chance to make the first round proper. Going by our recent performance and goalscoring record I suspect we have more momentum going into this one then they do. I think we can and will shade it, gutted I canít make it.

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