Wimborne Town (home)

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TW3 Beaver
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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Much better in the second half.

Scored from a stonewall penalty, although most of the Wimborne players seemed to disagree, their keeper, who was my MOM for them, for keeping the score down, almost got to the Deadfield spot kick. We probably should have had a second penalty for hand ball, but two more goals followed our second after a good save and the third following a massive scramble.
Wimborne got a consolation goal with 15 minutes left after a good strike. realising they had nothing to lose the visitors had their best spell of the game and Julian, making his 600th appearance had to make a fine one handed save.
A win is a win and onto the next round.
An easy draw, if there is such a thing, at home would be nice.

A game played in horrendous conditions, which from reading Twitter the players enjoyed.
GRTourist
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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TW3 Beaver wrote: Sun Oct 03, 2021 12:08 am Much better in the second half.

Scored from a stonewall penalty, although most of the Wimborne players seemed to disagree, their keeper, who was my MOM for them, for keeping the score down, almost got to the Deadfield spot kick. We probably should have had a second penalty for hand ball, but two more goals followed our second after a good save and the third following a massive scramble.
Wimborne got a consolation goal with 15 minutes left after a good strike. realising they had nothing to lose the visitors had their best spell of the game and Julian, making his 600th appearance had to make a fine one handed save.
A win is a win and onto the next round.
An easy draw, if there is such a thing, at home would be nice.

A game played in horrendous conditions, which from reading Twitter the players enjoyed.
For their fans who doubted whether it should have been a penalty or not...

https://flic.kr/p/2mwNPLT
GRTourist
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https://flic.kr/s/aHsmWQjgRq

Match album for any who are interested.
Tony
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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I see Myles Anderson has now departed by mutual consent. Not a surprise after the Concord Rangers substitution as he has not appeared since. We could do with some extra centre back cover. Donaldson is an effective deputy but leaves us a bit short in midfield.
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Tony wrote: Sun Oct 03, 2021 4:59 pm I see Myles Anderson has now departed by mutual consent. Not a surprise after the Concord Rangers substitution as he has not appeared since. We could do with some extra centre back cover. Donaldson is an effective deputy but leaves us a bit short in midfield.
Agree Tony, wonder if it frees up some budget?
TW3 Beaver
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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GRTourist wrote: Sun Oct 03, 2021 12:26 pm

For their fans who doubted whether it should have been a penalty or not...

https://flic.kr/p/2mwNPLT
Not sure how they could see from down the other end.
HamptonMad
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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TW3 Beaver wrote: Mon Oct 04, 2021 7:50 am
GRTourist wrote: Sun Oct 03, 2021 12:26 pm

For their fans who doubted whether it should have been a penalty or not...

https://flic.kr/p/2mwNPLT
Not sure how they could see from down the other end
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Mucky knees
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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I can see a photograph of that incident. Maybe be a visit to your local specsavers at your earliest convenience is the order of the day HM???

MK
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Re: Wimborne Town (home)

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Tony wrote: Sun Oct 03, 2021 4:59 pm I see Myles Anderson has now departed by mutual consent. Not a surprise after the Concord Rangers substitution as he has not appeared since. We could do with some extra centre back cover. Donaldson is an effective deputy but leaves us a bit short in midfield.

Departed by mutual consent,
that kind of wording must mean he was on contract.
They way most of the signings were announced this season was that they were on contract, so if a player is sat in the stands, they still get paid.
Hopefully he didn't demand a payoff to leave.
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