I thought he had a weak game at Folkestone and should have been replaced by Carr a lot sooner. He was relatively quiet over both Royston matches; but valuable contribution overall during his 12 games for Hamlet. Cheers Vas, and all the best back at Stones.I thought Vas had his weakest game in a hamlet shirt on Tuesday night.
Why are we helping out Leatherhead!!!!! This will not stand!!!!!
fucks sake. un fucking believable. gavin roses petulance trully knows no bounds. and to leatherhead, of all places. disgraceful.
#strangledonpitchIf this was a player who hadn't played for the Hamlet before, who'd come in as an unknown, then based on performance on the pitch this season, I don't think anyone would be too fussed about that player moving on. He came in as the number one striker, hasn't done particularly well, and so leaves as what, second or third...?
The fall-out between player and manager is obviously significant - both for the manager to jettison the player and for the player to choose that club - but what do you expect when a player comes on as sub, has a shocker, disobeys team orders to take the worst penno ever in football at a crucial point in the game, then publicly bawls out the manager when he gets the hook?
As for them announcing it first, maybe their staff aren't on a coach to Canvey? Maybe they've jumped the gun to get a rise (in which case, it worked)? Or maybe when a player falls out with a club and moves on, the club he leaves quite often don't bother to rush to make a lengthy announcement...?
They announced it late last night, so would suggest it could well fall into the "get a rise" category.As for them announcing it first, maybe their staff aren't on a coach to Canvey? Maybe they've jumped the gun to get a rise (in which case, it worked)? Or maybe when a player falls out with a club and moves on, the club he leaves quite often don't bother to rush to make a lengthy announcement...?
I'm quite happy in the lowly lower leagues. The fact that I can drink, stand and mingle freely is a very big part of the attraction for me.If you do ever journey to the sunlit uplands of the National League, expect a couple of other differences apart from prohibition. You will no longer be the big cheese with the biggest attendances. And when the big beasts do descend, segregation makes for quite a different atmosphere and crowd dynamic.