Wimborne Town (home)

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TW3 Beaver
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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ExRef wrote: Tue Sep 28, 2021 6:59 pm Assuming the match goes ahead, any news on tickets ?
https://www.tickettailor.com/events/hrbfc/
Jamie
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Tony wrote: Wed Sep 29, 2021 9:32 pm I see Wimborne did not travel to their game against Gosport tonight so guess they could struggle to get to Hampton on Saturday.
Many teams used the fuel "crisis" to not travel.
Let's face it, it's teams that wanted to keep fresh, especially those with big FA cup games.
It's farcical.
Adam
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Midweek games being off is more understandable as players will be going from work so will unlikely have the time to meet up for minibus\coach or car share. On a Saturday most players will have the time to meet up and reduce the amount of Petrol needed to get the squad to the game. Also trains can be used if you have more time.
Jamie
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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Adam wrote: Fri Oct 01, 2021 11:56 am Midweek games being off is more understandable as players will be going from work so will unlikely have the time to meet up for minibus\coach or car share. On a Saturday most players will have the time to meet up and reduce the amount of Petrol needed to get the squad to the game. Also trains can be used if you have more time.
Behave.
Stratford Town called off away to Alvechurch. 28 mile trip.
But many of their players are Birmingham based, so actually far closed to Alvechurch.
Yet Halesowen travelled to Stamford, over 3 times the distance.

The leagues have no backbone, yet when it suits them fine clubs for fine on silly things.
Cliffp
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Am I incorrect in thinking that the away team are able to claim travel costs in the fa cup hence why most travel by coach to game rather than league fixtures where it is either club minibus or car share?

Anyway must be game on otherwise the club would have told us by now.
TW3 Beaver
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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Just seen a tweet that the Top Pitch not in use for parking, and that Station Road is still closed for traffic.

https://twitter.com/HRBFC/status/144422 ... 44387?s=20
TW3 Beaver
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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Pretty much all one way traffic, in the first half, we hit the post from a header, but seem reluctant to shoot.
Wimborne had a good little spell at the end of the half winning a couple of corners.
Tony
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Ended 3-1 with goals from Deadfield,Slew and Fisher. Could easily have been more but also Wimborne had a couple of decent chances after they scored a consolation.
TW10
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Wimborne a poor side though we played well for 70 mins especially when we played through the midfield 3 who were excellent. Was almost too easy for Gondoh. That said went in 0-0 at HT. could have had a hatful
Lord Elpus
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Well you only need to score one more than the opposition, especially in the Cup, but although dominant, we overcomplicated it a bit in the first half and should have been a couple ahead by half time. The second half was much better but when we were 3-0 up just a little hint of complacency crept in and once Wimborne pulled one back another goal for them could have made it a tense end. However we had enough about us to see it out. Now, a lower ranked club at home please...
Shepperton Supporter
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Would agree with most of the comments, felt we were always in control but tended to over elaborate in the final third especially in the first half. Wassmer and Inman were very dominant especially in the air at both ends of the pitch.
Dronfield gave the defence cover and might be a solution in this role if we can hang onto him. Kouassi looks a bigger forward than we have in the squad, might be interesting to see him playing alongside Slew?
Onto the next round, a favorable home draw would be great!
HamptonMad
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Afc Sudbury at home. Would be nice. We will find out Monday.
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