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    #26
    Top of the League ! 1,203 attendance for a midweek game. Sept 28th away at York will be a good opportunity to gauge Lynn's progress.

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      #27
      Originally posted by Exiled off Main Street View Post
      Top of the League ! 1,203 attendance for a midweek game. Sept 28th away at York will be a good opportunity to gauge Lynn's progress.
      Looking forward to it already! Should be a very healthy crowd in. And indeed it will be good to see what the top two can serve up.

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        #28
        Not the greatest spectacle yesterday, but despite King's Lynn having a fair amount of the play, once again we kept them at bay and eased to the win at the end. I believe that now in fact makes York the only team in the top 6 levels in England who are still unbeaten in all competitions this season. Should we manage to maintain something of this form and actually win this league, I think we'll look back at the signing of Pete Jameson this summer as one of the absolute key moments - best keeper we've had for some time.

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          #29
          I would be interested in attending King's Lynn v York on 18th January if any OTFers are going.

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            #30
            During the first 10 minutes of Farsley v Curzon at the weekend I realised that I am much more emotionally invested in Boston United than I previously thought. This dawned on me when I commented on how poor the standard had been during the first 10 minutes or so to the bloke standing next to me. I am sure Boston games are played in a similar way but I just thought it was crap on Saturday whereas when I am at York Street I reserve such comments for at least half-time. It was a good game in the end - a saved penalty, a good goal from Curzon and then two decent goals from the home team. I can't believe their ground is up to Conference North standards mind.

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              #31
              Originally posted by statto99 View Post
              I would be interested in attending King's Lynn v York on 18th January if any OTFers are going.
              I am intending to travel down as it stands, though the usual meffs and I haven't established plans and logistics yet.

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                #32
                Originally posted by Jobi1 View Post

                I am intending to travel down as it stands, though the usual meffs and I haven't established plans and logistics yet.
                No problem. Post on here nearer the time, I'll keep an eye on the thread and I'll look to keep the date free.

                Would also be interested in meeting an OTFer or two at any East Anglian game over the next few months, anywhere from Lakenheath Casuals in Tier 20 and upwards!

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                  #33
                  Ms Felicity is away on a course so I’ve decided to finally go to a Blyth Spartans game ( v Farsley Celtic on 2nd Nov)

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                    #34
                    Probably heavy defeat for the home side on current form

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                      #35
                      Boston's new ground appears to be taking shape. Videos of the progress were released this week.

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                        #36
                        Originally posted by ingoldale View Post
                        Boston's new ground appears to be taking shape. Videos of the progress were released this week.
                        Bet they're in it before we're in ours.

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                          #37
                          Originally posted by Jobi1 View Post

                          Bet they're in it before we're in ours.
                          Well, they need to be given their tenancy on York Street runs out in less than 6 months' time!

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                            #38
                            I really liked going to York Street when they were in the League. Proper covered away end, town centre location, a bit of quirkiness. It'll be missed

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                              #39
                              Originally posted by E10 Rifle View Post
                              I really liked going to York Street when they were in the League. Proper covered away end, town centre location, a bit of quirkiness. It'll be missed
                              It will - the clubhouse on the opposite side of the ground will be especially missed.

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                                #40
                                I enjoyed my one visit there in 2005 - 0-0 and they hit the woodwork 4 times. I knew then we were getting promoted that season.

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                                  #41
                                  So, York caught up on their game in hand tonight, (just about) beating Boston to go 8 points clear at the top.

                                  The result also means we reach the month of November without having lost a single match of any description since our first pre-season friendly of the summer. Had a feeling we'd do OK this season under Steve Watson, but never imagined things would go this well. After the unmitigated cavalcade of excrement over the last 5 years, I make no apology for being over the feckin moon just now.

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                                    #42
                                    Strangely, there doesn't appear to be an actual Conference Premier thread, but the table certainly looks intriguing - is this the closest that Barrow have been to a League return since their deselection? And has there been a major financial investment in Bromley, or is it genuinely a case of a small club defying the seasoned professionals?

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                                      #43
                                      Originally posted by Satchmo Distel View Post
                                      Probably heavy defeat for the home side on current form
                                      It’s a funny old game...

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                                        #44
                                        Originally posted by Diable Rouge View Post
                                        Strangely, there doesn't appear to be an actual Conference Premier thread,
                                        Here you go: https://www.onetouchfootball.com/for...erence-2019-20

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