York City unlikely to sign new players before transfer deadline - Updated

York City boss Nigel Worthington isn't expecting to do any transfer business

York City boss Nigel Worthington isn't expecting to do any transfer business

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YORK City boss Nigel Worthington is hoping the club can give Bootham Crescent a successful send-off prior to the move to Monks Cross in 2016.

The Minstermen are currently playing their penultimate campaign at the 82-year-old venue, with work due to begin on the new community stadium next spring.

Ahead of tomorrow’s SkyBet League Two home meeting with Wycombe Wanderers, Worthington insisted that it was impossible to forecast whether he would still be at the helm for the relocation but he is keen to help the club sign off in style from the ground that has been their home since 1932.

He said: “We want to have a good season and it would be great to do well during these last two years at Bootham Crescent because it has been a fantastic stadium for the club for more than 80 years.

“It has stood the club in good stead but, as in all walks of life, you have to move forward, onwards and upwards.

“We have to make sure we keep performing well in this stadium and pick up good results before we look forward to moving to the new one.”

When asked whether he would like to be in situ for the first game in the new surroundings, Worthington laughed off the thought, adding: “Two weeks is a long time in football, never mind two years, so we won’t talk about that.

“But, from the club’s point of view and our supporters, to have a new stadium almost off the plans and on to the site is a fantastic step.

It’s another big plus and a lot of credit has to go to the chairman for getting to this point because he has put a hell of a lot of hard work into the project and has been consistently on the case all the while.”

With Ryan Jarvis returning to training following his ankle injury, City’s only absentee against Wycombe tomorrow will be long-term cruciate ligament casualty Josh Carson.

Winger Lindon Meikle has recovered from the illness that only saw him play a substitute role during the 1-1 draw at Exeter.

Said Worthington: “He’s fine and has trained well all week, so he’s back in the frame.”

Along with a possible recall for Meikle, City are also expected to make a change in the centre of defence, where John McCombe could come back in contention.

“If we need to adjust, I will do,” Worthington explained.

“But it’s all about individuals knowing their roles and, if somebody is under pressure, helping them out because that’s what the game is all about.”

Wycombe are among the division’s early pacesetters, lying fifth in the table with three wins from four matches and, on the challenge ahead for his team, the Bootham Crescent boss, said: “They have had a very good start and we won’t be under-estimating them.

“We know what we are up against and, if we don’t do our jobs, individually and collectively, we will be in for a shock.”

Worthington went on to reveal that he is not expecting to make any permanent additions to his squad ahead of the closing of the transfer window on Monday.

“That’s highly unlikely,” he revealed.

“We’ve got a good group of players, who are very honest and hard working.

“We are a League Two side and we have our limitations, but we have just got to do what we are good at, which we did for the first four games of this season.”

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5:19pm Thu 28 Aug 14

bierhoff says...

A solid League Two goalkeeper would be nice.
A solid League Two goalkeeper would be nice. bierhoff
  • Score: 8

5:39pm Thu 28 Aug 14

North Lincs Minsterman says...

Tomorrow's home match?

NB posted THURSDAY
Tomorrow's home match? NB posted THURSDAY North Lincs Minsterman
  • Score: 0

6:37pm Thu 28 Aug 14

RooBeck says...

Sixteen years ago to the day this weekend and we did the Chairboys 3-0 at BC and our then player-manager Neil Thompson, scored one of his two goals with a left-footed penalty-kick at the David Longhurst end that was one of the hardest struck spot-kick's I've ever seen and had it hit their keeper would have surely taken him into the back of the net too!! Alan Shearer would have been proud of it! A repeat result on Saturday would do nicely! COYR.
Sixteen years ago to the day this weekend and we did the Chairboys 3-0 at BC and our then player-manager Neil Thompson, scored one of his two goals with a left-footed penalty-kick at the David Longhurst end that was one of the hardest struck spot-kick's I've ever seen and had it hit their keeper would have surely taken him into the back of the net too!! Alan Shearer would have been proud of it! A repeat result on Saturday would do nicely! COYR. RooBeck
  • Score: 3

7:25pm Thu 28 Aug 14

RooBeck says...

I screwed-up here and having consulted the YCFC "bible" of David Batters - NT didn't take over as caretaker player-manager until March, 1999 and Alan Little was the manager in 1998 when we beat the Chairboys!! Sorry for the duff info!! Neil Thompson(2) - 1 pen and Richard Cresswell were the scorers in August, 1998. COYR.
I screwed-up here and having consulted the YCFC "bible" of David Batters - NT didn't take over as caretaker player-manager until March, 1999 and Alan Little was the manager in 1998 when we beat the Chairboys!! Sorry for the duff info!! Neil Thompson(2) - 1 pen and Richard Cresswell were the scorers in August, 1998. COYR. RooBeck
  • Score: 3

8:58pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Monks Boss says...

Neil tommo had the meanest left peg i have ever seen.He had a free kick disallowed at wycome that nearly burst the net!On the signings news,i think a new goalkeeper would have been good.We are going to keep on leaking goals unless this is addressed.
Neil tommo had the meanest left peg i have ever seen.He had a free kick disallowed at wycome that nearly burst the net!On the signings news,i think a new goalkeeper would have been good.We are going to keep on leaking goals unless this is addressed. Monks Boss
  • Score: 4

12:45am Fri 29 Aug 14

nigthepig says...

I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.
I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper. nigthepig
  • Score: 11

9:56am Fri 29 Aug 14

born&breed says...

Apart from Michael's error last week, and a second rush of blood a few minutes later, he had little or nothing to do - he certain had time to reflect on his mistake. Let's just put it down to 'lack of match practice'. Three points will help us forget the horrendous journey down to Exeter and the below par performance - anyway, we are still undeated in the league.
Apart from Michael's error last week, and a second rush of blood a few minutes later, he had little or nothing to do - he certain had time to reflect on his mistake. Let's just put it down to 'lack of match practice'. Three points will help us forget the horrendous journey down to Exeter and the below par performance - anyway, we are still undeated in the league. born&breed
  • Score: 0

10:59am Fri 29 Aug 14

OLD - HEAD says...

If there are no better players available than the ones that we already have, then its best not to rush into panic signings. That has never got us any where in the past. City simply do not have the money to wave the cheque book at mediocre players. The Manager will assess the situation over the next few games, then he may possibly use the loan market. Unbeaten after four games is not a bad start to the season, we just need to start hitting the back of the net more - "Its goals that win matches".
If there are no better players available than the ones that we already have, then its best not to rush into panic signings. That has never got us any where in the past. City simply do not have the money to wave the cheque book at mediocre players. The Manager will assess the situation over the next few games, then he may possibly use the loan market. Unbeaten after four games is not a bad start to the season, we just need to start hitting the back of the net more - "Its goals that win matches". OLD - HEAD
  • Score: 6

11:17am Fri 29 Aug 14

yorkandproud says...

NW giving a crafty V sign to those who think we need a new keeper.
NW giving a crafty V sign to those who think we need a new keeper. yorkandproud
  • Score: 4

11:33am Fri 29 Aug 14

Monks Boss says...

nigthepig wrote:
I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.
Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.
[quote][p][bold]nigthepig[/bold] wrote: I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.[/p][/quote]Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down. Monks Boss
  • Score: 4

11:40am Fri 29 Aug 14

chuckabuttie says...

Tomorrow will be a good test of the defence and keeper judging by the start Wycombe have made, certainly more so (on paper) than last weeks opponents who I thought were just about the most ordinary imaginable. To be fair to Ingham he had nowt to do after his misjudgement early doors.I hope Fletch starts btw.
Tomorrow will be a good test of the defence and keeper judging by the start Wycombe have made, certainly more so (on paper) than last weeks opponents who I thought were just about the most ordinary imaginable. To be fair to Ingham he had nowt to do after his misjudgement early doors.I hope Fletch starts btw. chuckabuttie
  • Score: 0

11:47am Fri 29 Aug 14

PositiveFootball says...

Ingham is a very good keeper. He pulls off some marvelous saves and has always had the support of the Longhurst. Even the so called top class keepers make mistakes i.e Joe Hart went through a bad period recently. For me there aren't any better keepers in League 2 than Ingham.
Ingham is a very good keeper. He pulls off some marvelous saves and has always had the support of the Longhurst. Even the so called top class keepers make mistakes i.e Joe Hart went through a bad period recently. For me there aren't any better keepers in League 2 than Ingham. PositiveFootball
  • Score: 15

12:53pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Tug job says...

Monks Boss wrote:
nigthepig wrote:
I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.
Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.
Will you be "proved right" in the same way you were when you told us that Interserve had been selected as preferred bidder for the community stadium, "no BS"?
[quote][p][bold]Monks Boss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nigthepig[/bold] wrote: I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.[/p][/quote]Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.[/p][/quote]Will you be "proved right" in the same way you were when you told us that Interserve had been selected as preferred bidder for the community stadium, "no BS"? Tug job
  • Score: 2

12:59pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Fergie says...

Ingham had his faults but it still a good keeper at league 2 level so we should all get behind him. We were spoilt last season with the outstanding Nick Pope, doubt we will ever see a better keeper again in a City shirt. For now, give Ingham his chance and get behind him and the team. If he doesn't perform then the loan market is the way to go. No need for any panic buys! Come on City!
Ingham had his faults but it still a good keeper at league 2 level so we should all get behind him. We were spoilt last season with the outstanding Nick Pope, doubt we will ever see a better keeper again in a City shirt. For now, give Ingham his chance and get behind him and the team. If he doesn't perform then the loan market is the way to go. No need for any panic buys! Come on City! Fergie
  • Score: 16

1:35pm Fri 29 Aug 14

joejamestom says...

Fergie wrote:
Ingham had his faults but it still a good keeper at league 2 level so we should all get behind him. We were spoilt last season with the outstanding Nick Pope, doubt we will ever see a better keeper again in a City shirt. For now, give Ingham his chance and get behind him and the team. If he doesn't perform then the loan market is the way to go. No need for any panic buys! Come on City!
Spot on comment, same goes for the rest of the squad really, NW will move to improve whatever needs improving if he cannot effect change in a much shorter time frame than last season. For now hopefully he will get the squad working on finishing the decent chances we are creating & squeeze out the mistakes at the back whilst monitoring both keepers form lets see where we are by game 10. I can see why there is cause for worry as an average of 1 point per game is relegation form but from what I have seen a better performance in front of goal would have given us 4 more points at least.
[quote][p][bold]Fergie[/bold] wrote: Ingham had his faults but it still a good keeper at league 2 level so we should all get behind him. We were spoilt last season with the outstanding Nick Pope, doubt we will ever see a better keeper again in a City shirt. For now, give Ingham his chance and get behind him and the team. If he doesn't perform then the loan market is the way to go. No need for any panic buys! Come on City![/p][/quote]Spot on comment, same goes for the rest of the squad really, NW will move to improve whatever needs improving if he cannot effect change in a much shorter time frame than last season. For now hopefully he will get the squad working on finishing the decent chances we are creating & squeeze out the mistakes at the back whilst monitoring both keepers form lets see where we are by game 10. I can see why there is cause for worry as an average of 1 point per game is relegation form but from what I have seen a better performance in front of goal would have given us 4 more points at least. joejamestom
  • Score: 5

4:16pm Fri 29 Aug 14

bill bailey says...

OLD - HEAD wrote:
If there are no better players available than the ones that we already have, then its best not to rush into panic signings. That has never got us any where in the past. City simply do not have the money to wave the cheque book at mediocre players. The Manager will assess the situation over the next few games, then he may possibly use the loan market. Unbeaten after four games is not a bad start to the season, we just need to start hitting the back of the net more - "Its goals that win matches".
I cant think of anyone available at the moment that are any better than our defenders. I think he will give the attacking players another 4/5 games and if they haven't started to come up with the goods he will bring 2/3 in on loan, that's how I see it its goals we want and goals we got to get, If I was some of these players I would want to be part of the new age of the club ,Season 16/17 my pride and my future would be spurring me on now.
The aim is to score one more than the other side it can be done , more shots must be on target 1 in 5 is not good enough.
[quote][p][bold]OLD - HEAD[/bold] wrote: If there are no better players available than the ones that we already have, then its best not to rush into panic signings. That has never got us any where in the past. City simply do not have the money to wave the cheque book at mediocre players. The Manager will assess the situation over the next few games, then he may possibly use the loan market. Unbeaten after four games is not a bad start to the season, we just need to start hitting the back of the net more - "Its goals that win matches".[/p][/quote]I cant think of anyone available at the moment that are any better than our defenders. I think he will give the attacking players another 4/5 games and if they haven't started to come up with the goods he will bring 2/3 in on loan, that's how I see it its goals we want and goals we got to get, If I was some of these players I would want to be part of the new age of the club ,Season 16/17 my pride and my future would be spurring me on now. The aim is to score one more than the other side it can be done , more shots must be on target 1 in 5 is not good enough. bill bailey
  • Score: 0

5:13pm Fri 29 Aug 14

bill bailey says...

Monks Boss wrote:
nigthepig wrote:
I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.
Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.
Your right but there are those on here in denial head in the sand, don't know their aspidistra from their elbow, That said on the same theme they disagree when I say we need to score one more than the other team , is it they think it should be 3,4,5 more ? Nobody as funny as folk.
[quote][p][bold]Monks Boss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nigthepig[/bold] wrote: I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.[/p][/quote]Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.[/p][/quote]Your right but there are those on here in denial head in the sand, don't know their aspidistra from their elbow, That said on the same theme they disagree when I say we need to score one more than the other team , is it they think it should be 3,4,5 more ? Nobody as funny as folk. bill bailey
  • Score: 0

5:15pm Fri 29 Aug 14

T.R.M1974 says...

nigthepig wrote:
I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.
He was kicking thin air against Cambridge and in no mans land at Exeter, 2 games 2 howlers? And the other lad Mooney gets slated
[quote][p][bold]nigthepig[/bold] wrote: I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.[/p][/quote]He was kicking thin air against Cambridge and in no mans land at Exeter, 2 games 2 howlers? And the other lad Mooney gets slated T.R.M1974
  • Score: 4

5:45pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Monks Boss says...

Tug job wrote:
Monks Boss wrote:
nigthepig wrote:
I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.
Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.
Will you be "proved right" in the same way you were when you told us that Interserve had been selected as preferred bidder for the community stadium, "no BS"?
Will gll be building the stadium? Was i also correct about the 8k seats..oh yes and your point is?
[quote][p][bold]Tug job[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Monks Boss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nigthepig[/bold] wrote: I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.[/p][/quote]Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.[/p][/quote]Will you be "proved right" in the same way you were when you told us that Interserve had been selected as preferred bidder for the community stadium, "no BS"?[/p][/quote]Will gll be building the stadium? Was i also correct about the 8k seats..oh yes and your point is? Monks Boss
  • Score: 0

5:50pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Monks Boss says...

bill bailey wrote:
Monks Boss wrote:
nigthepig wrote:
I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.
Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.
Your right but there are those on here in denial head in the sand, don't know their aspidistra from their elbow, That said on the same theme they disagree when I say we need to score one more than the other team , is it they think it should be 3,4,5 more ? Nobody as funny as folk.
Yes iam beginning to realise this now i don't think people want to move on.Most city fans still live in 1984 and don't like change maybe its autism?
[quote][p][bold]bill bailey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Monks Boss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nigthepig[/bold] wrote: I don't know what all this rubbish is about the goalkeeper. Michael Ingham is one of the better keepers you could have at this level. We could go into the transfer market and would probably end up with another inferior keeper.[/p][/quote]Its not rubbish..would we have made the playoffs without a decent goalkeeper?Ingham was a class keeper but he is now a decent sub.We need a young quality keeper asap.I will be proved right and everyone knows it deep down.[/p][/quote]Your right but there are those on here in denial head in the sand, don't know their aspidistra from their elbow, That said on the same theme they disagree when I say we need to score one more than the other team , is it they think it should be 3,4,5 more ? Nobody as funny as folk.[/p][/quote]Yes iam beginning to realise this now i don't think people want to move on.Most city fans still live in 1984 and don't like change maybe its autism? Monks Boss
  • Score: -5

8:55pm Fri 29 Aug 14

bill bailey says...

Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more,
Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH,
Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more, Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH, bill bailey
  • Score: 9

9:38pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Monks Boss says...

bill bailey wrote:
Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more,
Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH,
Well put.
[quote][p][bold]bill bailey[/bold] wrote: Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more, Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH,[/p][/quote]Well put. Monks Boss
  • Score: 4

10:23pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Yorkie41 says...

bill bailey wrote:
Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more,
Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH,
Your beginning to sound like Confucius Bill. Every one has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it.
[quote][p][bold]bill bailey[/bold] wrote: Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more, Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH,[/p][/quote]Your beginning to sound like Confucius Bill. Every one has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. Yorkie41
  • Score: 2

7:54am Sat 30 Aug 14

bill bailey says...

Yorkie41 wrote:
bill bailey wrote:
Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more,
Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH,
Your beginning to sound like Confucius Bill. Every one has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it.
Hello Jorkie Keeping Good ? where have you been on a SAGA All inclusive ? Good news about us running the stadium don't you think ?
[quote][p][bold]Yorkie41[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bill bailey[/bold] wrote: Just had a phone call from the Leeds Owner ( He's heard i'm available ) he asked if I wanted the job vacated by Hockaday I said how longs the contract he said a week rolling contract, I said give me a week to think about it, he said ok, Your fired, I realy feel for the clubs loyal supporters they have had to put up with this for the last 10 years or more, Whatever we grumble about , what we think should be done and not done ,their supporters wish their club was run like this one, We never got to forget The Owners, Board, Manager, have established a club here to be proud of, and we are, KEEP THE FAITH,[/p][/quote]Your beginning to sound like Confucius Bill. Every one has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it.[/p][/quote]Hello Jorkie Keeping Good ? where have you been on a SAGA All inclusive ? Good news about us running the stadium don't you think ? bill bailey
  • Score: 0

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