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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 1:45 pm

Even we don't know - all we have been told is that the squad will be equally split - what we do know is that the manager will be at both games !
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:17 pm

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No, they offered a bit of publicity in return, We don't think its had a massive impact, and good PR for the club too which we consider historically to be the biggest non-league club local to Plymouth.

I remember Saltash and Liskeard having a strong rivalry in the late 80's, Saltash were very good around this time. I guess the expansion of the Southern League took a few of the bigger clubs in the local area, (Bideford, Taunton & Tiverton) whilst some of the stronger teams went backwards. What used to be the Western League has turned into a Bristol/Somerset/Wilts league with I think only Willand left flying the flag for Devon. There just seem to be much point in the additional travel costs for playing what is a similar standard of football, unless like Truro City someone is backed with a 'magic money tree' and is ambitious.

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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:22 pm

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No, they offered a bit of publicity in return, We don't think its had a massive impact, and good PR for the club too which we consider historically to be the biggest non-league club local to Plymouth.

I remember Saltash and Liskeard having a strong rivalry in the late 80's, Saltash were very good around this time. I guess the expansion of the Southern League took a few of the bigger clubs in the local area, (Bideford, Taunton & Tiverton) whilst some of the stronger teams went backwards. What used to be the Western League has turned into a Bristol/Somerset/Wilts league with I think only Willand left flying the flag for Devon. There just seem to be much point in the additional travel costs for playing what is a similar standard of football, unless like Truro City someone is backed with a 'magic money tree' and is ambitious.

Yes you are correct, now ironically our biggest rivalry is probably with Plymouth Parkway. With the way of the world these days the peninsula league is just about right in terms of travelling time at our standard.

Although we haven't won the league since 1986 we certainly feel like the good times are about to return for the club, we finished 2nd last season and was still in the race up until the last week and got to the final of the Cornwall senior cup so have high expectations going into this season.

Parkway came 7th ( i think ) last season, but have spent big this summer and signed about 14 players . So certainly will be interesting this season.
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:24 pm

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Even we don't know - all we have been told is that the squad will be equally split - what we do know is that the manager will be at both games !


Will Green Jim be at both?.....the chaffeur will need to shift down the parkway to get to Kimberley on time.
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:26 pm

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Dane. wrote:
Even we don't know - all we have been told is that the squad will be equally split - what we do know is that the manager will be at both games !


Will Green Jim be at both?.....the chaffeur will need to shift down the parkway to get to Kimberley on time.

Im told he will be at both yes
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:35 pm

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Dane. wrote:
Even we don't know - all we have been told is that the squad will be equally split - what we do know is that the manager will be at both games !


Will Green Jim be at both?.....the chaffeur will need to shift down the parkway to get to Kimberley on time.

Im told he will be at both yes


Red carpet and vol au vents?
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:36 pm

Not unless he puts Saltash shirt on and scores 50 goals this season. We only stand on ceremony for our own!
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:48 pm

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No, they offered a bit of publicity in return, We don't think its had a massive impact, and good PR for the club too which we consider historically to be the biggest non-league club local to Plymouth.

I remember Saltash and Liskeard having a strong rivalry in the late 80's, Saltash were very good around this time. I guess the expansion of the Southern League took a few of the bigger clubs in the local area, (Bideford, Taunton & Tiverton) whilst some of the stronger teams went backwards. What used to be the Western League has turned into a Bristol/Somerset/Wilts league with I think only Willand left flying the flag for Devon. There just seem to be much point in the additional travel costs for playing what is a similar standard of football, unless like Truro City someone is backed with a 'magic money tree' and is ambitious.

Yes you are correct, now ironically our biggest rivalry is probably with Plymouth Parkway. With the way of the world these days the peninsula league is just about right in terms of travelling time at our standard.

Although we haven't won the league since 1986 we certainly feel like the good times are about to return for the club, we finished 2nd last season and was still in the race up until the last week and got to the final of the Cornwall senior cup so have high expectations going into this season.

Parkway came 7th ( i think ) last season, but have spent big this summer and signed about 14 players . So certainly will be interesting this season.

Isn't Parkway the plaything of ex GT Mark Russell these days? Isn't Stapleton also on the scene as well? If the new brush is anywhere near as parochial as that scene, I would imagine Parkway would be quite content to Lord it over the SPL until they get bored.

Are Saltash looking to go up next season? I wouldn't think Bolitho Park is Western League Standard but the Kimberley almost certainly is, if not Southern League standard.

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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:52 pm

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Dane. wrote:
Hugh Watt wrote:
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No, they offered a bit of publicity in return, We don't think its had a massive impact, and good PR for the club too which we consider historically to be the biggest non-league club local to Plymouth.

I remember Saltash and Liskeard having a strong rivalry in the late 80's, Saltash were very good around this time. I guess the expansion of the Southern League took a few of the bigger clubs in the local area, (Bideford, Taunton & Tiverton) whilst some of the stronger teams went backwards. What used to be the Western League has turned into a Bristol/Somerset/Wilts league with I think only Willand left flying the flag for Devon. There just seem to be much point in the additional travel costs for playing what is a similar standard of football, unless like Truro City someone is backed with a 'magic money tree' and is ambitious.

Yes you are correct, now ironically our biggest rivalry is probably with Plymouth Parkway. With the way of the world these days the peninsula league is just about right in terms of travelling time at our standard.

Although we haven't won the league since 1986 we certainly feel like the good times are about to return for the club, we finished 2nd last season and was still in the race up until the last week and got to the final of the Cornwall senior cup so have high expectations going into this season.

Parkway came 7th ( i think ) last season, but have spent big this summer and signed about 14 players . So certainly will be interesting this season.

Isn't Parkway the plaything of ex GT Mark Russell these days? Isn't Stapleton also on the scene as well? If the new brush is anywhere near as parochial as that scene, I would imagine Parkway would be quite content to Lord it over the SPL until they get bored.

Are Saltash looking to go up next season? I wouldn't think Bolitho Park is Western League Standard but the Kimberley almost certainly is, if not Southern League standard.

Yes Mark is the chairman down at parkway, not sure what stapleton's involvement is but he watches them quite a lot - he may just be a supporter who knows. Regarding promotion its conversation we would have again if the situation came about. we could have took promotion last season but decided against it.
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 3:15 pm

Yeah as I said, there isn't a whole lot of point in accepting promotion to have to play in a league where your average trip is 200 odd miles.

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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 3:22 pm

plus the days where the man ruled the house are over (in most cases) alot of players will never get a pass from home to be returning at 9/10 o clock on a Saturday night.
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 3:42 pm

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plus the days where the man ruled the house are over (in most cases) alot of players will never get a pass from home to be returning at 9/10 o clock on a Saturday night.

And they'll expect a lot more money for sitting on a coach for an extra 3 or 4 hours.

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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 3:46 pm

exactly !
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Fri Jul 07, 2017 7:06 pm

Hugh Watt wrote:
Dane. wrote:
No, they offered a bit of publicity in return, We don't think its had a massive impact, and good PR for the club too which we consider historically to be the biggest non-league club local to Plymouth.

I remember Saltash and Liskeard having a strong rivalry in the late 80's, Saltash were very good around this time. I guess the expansion of the Southern League took a few of the bigger clubs in the local area, (Bideford, Taunton & Tiverton) whilst some of the stronger teams went backwards. What used to be the Western League has turned into a Bristol/Somerset/Wilts league with I think only Willand left flying the flag for Devon. There just seem to be much point in the additional travel costs for playing what is a similar standard of football, unless like Truro City someone is backed with a 'magic money tree' and is ambitious.
Back in those days I went to a few Saltash v Liskeard matches, always worth the entrance money! Handbags
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Sat Jul 08, 2017 10:48 am

The team to face Parkway looks strong

McCormick

Miller
Edwards
Songo'o
Sawyer

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Taylor

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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Sat Jul 08, 2017 11:41 am

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The team to face Parkway looks strong

McCormick

Miller
Edwards
Songo'o
Sawyer

Wilde
Fox
Carey
Sarcevic
Ainsworth

Taylor
Has this been tweeted early by Parkway to try and get as many to go to the first match instead of waiting for Saltash?
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:47 pm

Of course it has
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:01 pm

Oh well they were gunna put a strong team out for parkway game old pals act plus the what with the GTs sponsoring the wankfest it was odds on..iam off the saltash game
Cant be doing the fanfest nonsense
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:18 pm

te looke is in goal apparently not luke source brents herald.

saw this just now 13:13 Argyle shot on target by Beren Cross
Wylde wrestles free down the left to deliver a cross for Taylor, but it's tame and straight at Kyle Moore in the Parkway goal.

nothing has changed there then lol
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Sat Jul 08, 2017 6:32 pm

Just back from the saltash game
Luke sawyer sonogo thelkeld 2goals nate jervis joel exeter & fox..one kid looked quite good played really well i thought it was one of our youngsters cos i didnt reconise him..so i asked someone turned out to be the new Ruben fellow we signed
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Mon Jul 10, 2017 9:32 am

Hope those who visited Kimberley Stadium on Saturday had an enjoyable afternoon

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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Mon Jul 10, 2017 9:50 am

Cheers Dane, how did Carey play?
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Mon Jul 10, 2017 10:23 am

Carey did actually play at parkway- but fair play to argyle who kept their word and split the squad evenly
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Mon Jul 10, 2017 10:39 am

Have you binned your source Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Saturday    Mon Jul 10, 2017 11:43 am

Ha, no! argyle players were absolutely bested last week with double sessions, and at one point it was decided that GC wasn't playing in either game, but a late change of mind saw him going to PP.
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